Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. Decorative Pillows. By Carly Hernandez.
Crewelwork and embroidery are considered among the most challenging and time-consuming of all the needle arts, the result of which is detail that can approximate a fine, painted canvas. Common materials for embroidery and crewelwork are silk, wool, and cotton.
The back layer of pillows should be a bit larger than the rest. You want to have either three or five pillows for this back row depending on how large the bed is and the size of the pillows. Stand them up on the edges and lean them against the headboard.
It is important that you pick the best style of pillow for the room you are decorating. If you have a sleek and modern couch, don’t match it with a decorative pillow covered in fringe. The pillows shouldn’t be bland, either. Colors and patterns that either blend with the furniture or stand out in contrast are the better choices. Don't be afraid of pattern and texture! Using designer pillows with pictures and patterns can be an excellent way to add some fun and interest to your room. But be careful not to go overboard with the patterned pillows. Too many fabrics and colors can come across as being too busy.
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