Published at Wednesday, June 06th 2018. by liezel callan in Futons and Accessories.
While many furniture pieces can blend into the background of a room, by using striking silver and gold finishes your furniture will simply be calling out for attention to all who enter the room and will not be happy to be left unnoticed. If the room is decorated in an under-stated manner then it is such confident chairs and sofas that will bring life and vibrancy to the room and sure to leave a lasting impression on your guests.
From cable-knit to needlepoint, wool adds a wintry, alpine vibe to a room. It’s best suited for colder months or mountain retreats. It’s durable, easy to wash and casual, making it an ideal choice for homes with young children or pets. Velvet adds instant warmth to a space. When it comes to choosing prints for your throw pillows, a few guidelines will guarantee you get it right. Mix prints, but have a plan. If you decide to mix and match prints, the best way to ensure a cohesive look is by sticking to a common color palette.
Choose down for pillows that will get lots of use, as they’ll be more comfortable and can easily be fluffed back into shape. While foam is occasionally used for square-shaped and lumbar pillows, it’s more commonly reserved for bolsters or round throw pillows, since it holds its shape better than polyester or down. There’s a good chance you’ll be able to find throw pillows in almost any fabric you can think of, but these are the most popular.
More than any other home accent, throw pillows can completely change the look of a space — updating a room for the season, or tying together a disparate color scheme — with little investment of time or money. With thousands of colors, prints, fills and fabrics to choose from, how do you narrow down the toss pillows that will work best in your space? We’ve put together some guidelines to help you find that perfect pillow.
Designed by Danish industrial designer Anders Backe, the Nest is a simple, viable piece of furniture constructed for urban spaces. We found this hybrid on Beautiful Life and the inspiration connects two cultures: “The idea behind the furniture is to combine characteristics of the Japanese design tradition with western preference for comfort and functionality. Redesign the traditional futon bed toward a young user group, while challenging the mind-set concerning a multifunctional piece of furniture for a small area.
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