Pillows, pillows, and more pillows!

Do you love throw Pillows? Throw Pillows are the easiest and one of the trendiest decorations for your home. Not only can they be transformable into different seasons of the year, but they always spice up your space without changing much of the room. Throw pillows are always in style. It can add color, texture, and pattern to your sofa, window seat, chairs, and you’re Bed. Pillows “Make the Space” and “finish the space”. 
Sometimes pillows can be the last thing in your mind when you want to revamp your space, but pillows are actually the easiest thing to change out in the room! You can incorporate pillows with different shapes and sizes with your beds, and couches. Mixing different coordinating pillows that are different colors, shapes, and texture is not always a bad thing. Interchanging pillows that are not too matchy to a space helps bring in “your sense of style” and helps bring the space more texture and variety.

Right now, since summer colors are out, the bright fun colors are what you should look for!
Pier One, target, and Home Goods always have fun Pillows for every season, Go to your local store and check out their cool pillows!

Here are some new summer pillows that caught my eye!

Threshold Embroidered Pillow in Coral from Target

Cabana Petal Pillow in Berry from Pier 1

Ceyden Pillow from Lulu & George

Embroidered Medallion Lumbar Pillow

Seraphina starburst pillow from Pier 1

Threshold™ Taped Solid Toss Pillow From Target

Of course Pillows are not just for interior furnishings but you can also use them for exterior patio furniture! Mix matching different colors and patterns gives the patio some serious color and texture!

Pillows are not just for comfort or just to have on your bed or couch, pillows are Fun! Remember to find pillows that are for your space. Pillows that have texture and color are a never bad thing and mix and matching different styles and sizes are important to changing your space and adding a new style to your room!
This post was written by Malai.

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