We're loving this pillow combination that designer Randi Garrett chose for her living room featuring (from left to right) our Mughal Flower Monsoon Blue and Green, Tika Dot Blue, and Chinois Fret Sky. The pillows instantly transformed her beige sofa and brightened up her living room. The overall feeling is elegant yet relaxed and inviting.
Pillows shown on the chairs are the Wide Stripe French Blue in size 22x22.
All pillows on the sofa are also size 22x22 with 24x24 feather down inserts.
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"Those rich colors and gorgeous prints stole my heart right from the start – Arianna helped me come up with this beautiful pillow combo, and I love it so much.I wanted something glam and chic, luxe and rich, and it needed to be welcoming, cozy and approachable since we use this room daily.The pillows are so beautiful, and helped to pull my vision together perfectly.Gold and brown tones paired with navy and cream? Fabulous in every way. "
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lifestyle photos courtesy of Tamara Anka
When you're decorating a room, sometimes it's hard to know where to even begin. Next time you're stuck, try this: find a multi-colored pillow you love, then use it as the catalyst for your color palette. Let's take a look at how interior designer Sita Montgomery did this with our Hot House Spark pillow for this beautiful living room.
If you look closely, you'll see that the pillow has several colors that can be pulled out, including blue, teal, red-orange, and green.
For a cohesive look, it's ideal to use the "Rule of 3" and repeat each color in a palette three times or more within a room. Sita did exactly this. Let's break it down:
She repeated the blue color with a deep blue accent wall, art, a Zig Zag Navy pillow, and blue rug.
The red-orange is repeated with a throw blanket draped over the sofa, a Rust Velvet pillow, and art.
The green shows up in the green spotted pillow, floral arrangement and greenery.
The teal color is repeated with a teal throw, teal geometric print pillow, and rug.
We could keep going with some of the other colors but you probably get the idea. I think you'd agree that the way everything ties together is so visually satisfying.
Hope this inspires your own decor!
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photos courtesy of Sita Montgomery
Such a delight to see one of our customers, Veronica Solomon, featured in this month's issue of HGTV magazine!
The 11-page spread showcases a tour of her fabulous home, including this luxurious moody master bedroom that incorporates the pillows we made for her:
photography by Christopher Dibble
The room is eclectic and bold, yet sophisticated. It brings together the things she loves and celebrates her maximalist sensibility.
By incorporating classic details and sticking to a mostly black and white palette, Veronica expertly layered various patterns and textures in a way that looks cohesive. These two photos show other parts of the room not shown in the magazine:
The master bath is even more stunning. I mean, look at that flooring...chandelier...wallpaper...so many beautiful details, perfectly executed.
photography by Colleen Scott
If you don't already, make sure to follow Veronica on Instagram @casavilora. She's an award winning Houston-based interior designer, mentor, and mother of two.
photography by Joshua Solomon
To learn more about her and the various design services she offers (for a range of budget levels), visit veronicasolomon.com
Are peonies your favorite flower? 🙋🏻♀️ Mine too.
With their season being so short, below are 5 quick tips to enjoy every last peony bunch as long as possible.
2. Before placing into a vase, make sure to remove any leaves from the lower part of the stems so that they're not submerged in the water. This prevents them from rotting.
3. Keep them away from direct sunlight - I learned this the hard way. I made the mistake of leaving an arrangement right next to a window that received a lot of direct sun, and came back to find out they had drastically lost their color and some petals had started falling off.
4. Store them in the fridge at night - If you have the space, put them in your fridge. Doing so will prolong their life.
5. Trim the stems and replace the water every day or every other day - Cut the stems at a diagonal for maximum water absorption. Use cold water or drop an ice cube or two into the vase.
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photography by Patrick Cline
They're included in the story featuring one of our talented customers, designer Lindsay MacRae, and the 1920s home she transformed from dark and dated to fresh and fun.
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We've loved seeing photos of the beautiful havens you've been creating...
Bedroom by Perch Interiors featuring our Emperor's Garden Grey floral pillow
Bedroom by Kelly Christine featuring our Hummingbirds Duck Egg pillow
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If you're craving simplicity, you're going to love this decorating trick...
home of Ashley Robertson| interior design by Urbanology Designs | photography by Mary Hafner
Instead of doing several smaller decorative pillows on your bed, opt for an extra long one. It's simple, yet highly impactful.
For king beds we recommend size 14x48.
For full and queen size beds we recommend size 14x30 to 14x36.
Click here to view all the pillows we can custom make in those sizes.
EXTRA LONG PILLOWS
Our Kubus Gold pillow was recently in a Style at Home Magazine article highlighting a charming Price Edward Island cedar log cabin.
The designer Christine Dovey updated the cottage by opening it up to the gorgeous views. She added layers to make it feel cozy and a curated mix of elements to keep it interesting.
Christine says Price Edward Island is and will always be where she feels most at home because she has fond memories of spending summers there with her family growing up.
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also available in silver and black