Nowadays, with the advent of low-cost solutions for every desire under the sun, you can indulge anyway you want: including on a thousand varieties of outdoor patio furniture cushions. Gone is the day when the end of a cushion was the end of your outdoor chairs for good. On the Internet and even through some of your local channels such as Bed, Bath, and Beyond, you will more than likely be able to find exactly what you need to replace your weathered items.
Makers such as Strathwood and Oxford Garden have put out a wide array of possibilities for you when your current outdoor patio furniture cushions go bad, whether it be through mildew (the most common offender) or maybe the dog has simply torn things to bits. Oh those puppies! And you no longer need to buy an entire set or even a whole new wicker chair get-up in order to restore your deck or patio to its prior beauty. You can just buy the cushion, alone.
A long, lazy recliner chair for your patio will eventually need a chaise cushion to replace whatever old thing you've got on there now. Or maybe the chair originally came with no cushion whatsoever. In this case the chaise cushion will give great support to your back and will make for more comfortable time spent reading the Sunday paper or your favorite spy thriller while the birds and squirrels chirp on by you. Don't for get the iced tea! Or, my favorite: an Arnold Palmer!
These outdoor patio furniture cushions can be had in navy blue, natural, "hunter", paprika, black, and several other colors. So the only question remains: what would go well with your house and the play of nature such as trees and lawn surrounding the setup. The sky is truly the limit.
No one is asking you to give an arm and a leg. You might have to give up say $60 for a nice chaise cushion. And you will also want to inspect the degree of weatherproof protection that you are getting with whatever product you choose to buy.