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The right set of decorative pillows can make a huge difference in the style of your home. A few well-placed pillows are an easy way to add a bold accent or flair that can be changed in and out with ease. However, because so many decorative pillows are exquisitely made by hand today, purchasing a few can really add up in price. The great thing about shopping for a decorative pillow online is that you can find a pillow in just about any shape, size, style, or color. Consider the following when deciding what pillows to purchase: More
Thes soft floor pillows are available in 6 different shapes and sizes. Prices vary. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
This quirky pillow perfectly captures the joy of finally getting everything unpacked and in its rightful in place!
While there are lots of custom pillow options out there, I often tell my clients not to forget about the big-box stores. I love this design from Pottery Barn. The color, texture and pattern make a perfect combo in my book.
I love the sepia tones in this camera print pillow. The monotone would look great on a colorful sofa or chair.
The grommet detail and neutral tones make this the perfect nautical-inspired accent for any bed or chair.
These are fun pillows if you like to have your couch "say" something. You can customize them to have the letters spell out whatever you want. These are also a great option for couches in the entertainment or play room.
Add texture by incorporating throw pillows on the sofa and side chairs. This classic trellis pattern in a classic color combo will stand the test of time.
This Trina Turk embroidered pillow evokes Mediterranean textiles and would be amazing against a white chair in a light-filled space.
A starburst urchin design makes for a modern fabric pattern. Mix and match with solids or smaller patterns.
Just a throw pillow or two on the bed can help pull a room together. Ryan Studio has some great pillows to choose from. They pay attention to the smallest details — like a contrasting piping color or a flanged edge.
Galatia Citrus Pillow
Grid Shibori Pillow
Make sure your room doesn't feel too stuffy or uptight by layering on different patterns to bring a young vibe to the space. Sticking to one color scheme will ensure continuity.
'Eres Mi Cielo' Pillow, Teal and...
Throw pillows in different sizes and shapes give any sofa (old, scruffy or new) a fabulously fun touch.
Chic and stylish, this pillow is sure to impress. I love its subtle design. Use it with a solid linen pillow of the same color.
Primrose Decorative Pillow
If we crowned a design king of geometry, we probably would have crowned David Hicks, who designed this pattern. This has become a classic pattern almost any designer loves to throw somewhere into a full project today!
David Hicks Pillow Cover
Flamingo Hook Pillow
What could be fresher than adding this pillow to your sofa, bed or bench? Marquise-shaped drops printed in crayon colors float in bands across the pure, go-with-anything white woven polyester. You won't want to toss this pillow; you'll want to hold it tight.
I am not only crazy about this throw pillow's funky pattern, but the color palette makes me want to buy this pillow and design an entire room around it. It's just that fabulous.
I've been searching for some classic looking knit pillows and these are gorgeous — I love the subtle colors that would make the couch look so enticing.
Our stylish Benito pillow adds sophisticated neutral color and a striking pattern to furniture pieces, an easy update to enhance your decor. We’ve combined a pale Ice cotton percale appliqued design with a warm Taupe cotton velvet background to create this chic pillow, and finished it with a cotton...
Basket Weave Pillow
Moroccan Poufs. Huge one of a kind extraordinary floor cushions made from vintage 100% wool Moroccan kilim carpets. Dimensions 30 x 30 x 8. sizes vary. Zipper closure and down inserts.
An aster bloom embroidered onto a linen cover is a simple floral statement. Patterns and colors don't have to be so in your face. Try subtle touches for a lighter touch.
I use a lot of pillows to add interest to a design. I prefer to mix patterns and scales to draw your eye to the sofa and make it a focal point in the room.