Published at Tuesday, November 06th 2018, 03:17:03 AM by Robin Rapace. Pillows and Throws. Luxury pillows are used for many reasons other then make a style statement. They are also used for support as you relax, lounge or sleep. Two of the most popular colors right now are blue and black l. You will need to not only match color and styles but fabrics as well. Some fabrics just do not go together such as a micro fiber material with silk bedding. There are luxury decorative pillows that have embroidery that are very versatile and suitable for any room.
Published at Tuesday, November 13th 2018, 04:13:33 AM by Magali Courbis. Pillows and Throws. This is an optional consideration and doesn't apply to many modern pillow varieties. If your decor is based on a traditional Victorian theme then you will undoubtedly opt for aubusson style pillows that are full of tassels and flared edges with trim to spare. Fringes definitely give the pillows more impact and for this reason you will want to use slim small edges on smaller pillows and limit the amount of large throws with big bold tassels and trim.
Published at Sunday, November 11th 2018, 10:40:36 AM by Marine Jacquier. Pillows and Throws. Luxury decorative pillows can easily make any room in your home luxurious. Luxury decorative pillows come in many trendy styles that can make over every room in your house. The pillows offer a great way to show off your individual style and uniqueness. They can be mismatched or go along with a decorative theme of a room. It is all about what your intent for the room may be.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:46 AM. Pillows and Throws By Magali Courbis. When it comes to decorative pillows, the levels of craftsmanship nearly outweighs the vast designs and patterns available. If you are ready to upgrade your interior and want to add some quality to your decor there are a few things you need to know to help you select the best pillows for your money. The most vital aspect in determining pillow quality is the exterior construction; this should give you great immediate insight into the overall quality of the pillow. You'd be surprised at the shady work you can detect simply by examining the seams. Are the stitches evenly spaced from the edges? Does the pattern uniformly align at the seams, is it aligned in the middle? An easy way to tell a mistake from a unique design element is to compare two or three of the same pillow while you shop to see if they are all the same, as they should be. Also spend time examining the shape, if it is supposed to be a square throw make sure that it is. Many massed producing, quantity-over-quality dealers churn out cheap uneven pillows that are just square-ish.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:41 AM. Wall Decor By Nathalie Bombelles. How many times have you looked in a modern or contemporary home and noticed that it looks a lot like an art gallery? Why not use this effect to it's full potential. If you are creating a contemporary living room, why not use this space as your own personal gallery to show off a special sculpture or piece of wall art. You can use lighting to visually point everyone's eyes towards the piece as soon as they enter the room. You can even arrange the furniture in the room so guests can take a seat and contemplate the beauty in front of them.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:36 AM. Pillows and Throws By Marine Jacquier. Fiberfill is also pretty easy to use, even though sometimes it just doesn't want to work. Basically it's what you commonly think of as stuffing; the stuff that they put inside stuffed animals and pillows. It's pros contain that it's inexpensive and can be found almost anywhere. Those are two very important features. The one con that I can think of off the top of my head is that it's sometimes hard to get it stuffed in evenly. It's sometimes thinner in a certain place than it is in the rest of the pillow. Or several lumps and bumps throughout. But practice does make better, that's for sure. You can also control the firmness of the pillow. That's another pro. Plus, you can make the pillows in absolutely any size you want. That's just that much more control. With a form, you can only make a pillow in the sizes that they offer the form.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:33 AM. Home Accent By Quentin Bourque. Start with the most simple of home accents that are not too flashy and are likely to become more timeless than outdated. These can be simple color schemes, or they can be a single design constant like a pattern or a flow. It is not too difficult to find matching themes from various places, but it can be more cost effective to use one website or store for your designing needs.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:26 AM. Mirror By Robin Rapace. Vanity mirrors can be used for function in a bathroom, full-length mirrors for a dressing area, dresser mirrors for a bedroom, and entry mirrors for a hallway. Mirrors can also be used as an accent in your room. For example, hang one over your dining room buffet or fireplace mantel. Try positioning a mirror at the base of your staircase for a dramatic look in your hallway.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:23 AM. Window Treatment By Fabien Dubos. It seems that country homes get to have the most fun with varied textures and prints. Bold colorful organic designs are great for playful atmospheres, while plaids and checkers can really bring you back home. Ruffles, fringes, and lace can all be used to really dress up a window for a bold classic look. Humble country windows are often light and airy, perfect for a warm summer day.
Published at Friday, November 02nd 2018, 03:28:16 AM. Pillows and Throws By Magali Courbis. First off, decide what size you'd like your pillow to be. Let's just say, for the purposes of an example, that I wanted to make a throw pillow that's seven inches square. Now you need to add a half inch to each side (in other words, a whole inch.) That's the size you'll end up cutting your fabric. Mine will end up being eight inches. That gives you enough room to sew around the edges. Cut two pieces of fabric in this size, then place the two right sides together. Pin one side, making sure that the two pieces are secure. Then, using a basic running stitch, sew to the other end one half inch from the edge. Backstitch a few times before ending with a knot. Continue this around two of the other sides, leaving one side open.