Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Futons and Accessories. By liezel callan.
Melanie Porter's Knitted Furniture. Melanie Porter made a splash at this years’ London Design Festival when her knitted furniture and lamps were on display at the Truman Brewery as part of Tent London. Melanie Porter's Knitted Lamps. Claire-Anne O’Brien also took part in London Design Festival. Her fabulous knitted stools were exhibited at Designers Block. Claire-Anne O'Brien's Knitted Stools. Italian manufacturer Casamania has jumped on the bandwagon with the Granny Lamp designed by Pudelskern.
Three primary materials are used to fill throw pillows. Combinations of the fills listed below also can be found. Synthetic polyester is the least-expensive fill option and makes a good choice if you plan to use your toss pillows solely for decorative purposes (for example, to place on a bed during the day). Make sure it’s tightly packed to ensure that lumps and bumps won’t become an eyesore. Down pillows are softer and longer-lasting than synthetic versions, but can cost up to twice as much.
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.
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