Such a delight to see one of the designers we've made pillows for, 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
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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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
Nicole knows how to do black and white so masterfully. Check out her portfolio for more photos of her insanely chic home. You can spot our pillows in this home as well!
She reveals that when working on a new project, early on, she'll select an anchor fabric to be the impetus for the overall vision of the room.
The anchor fabric is typically a fabric that she is very inspired by and whose colors and pattern serve as a springboard for subsequently selecting complementary fabrics, trims, rugs, window treatments, and other pieces.
Since she typically uses solid fabrics on larger pieces of furniture, the anchor fabric is usually reserved for smaller pieces such as pillows. Small doses of a fabulous fabric goes a long way towards adding personality and making a statement in the room.
We were so honored that Paloma chose to feature our pillows in her book (pg 77!) and list us in the recommended Resources section. Below are her picks for which of our pillows she'd use as anchors and which other pillows she'd combine them with:
Pillow Combinations That Start With an Anchor Fabric
For more on Paloma's design process, inspiration and tips, be sure to pick up her book!
I'm considering that incredible floral decal for the Arianna Belle studio!
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Recently we had the honor of seeing our pillows featured in the print magazine Style at Home, as part of a story showcasing the chic home of interior designer Sarah Walker. She had transformed the living room and other spaces within the main floor as part of the One Room Challenge. Below is a look:
I love how Sarah combined various patterns without making the space feel overwhelming by differing the scale and sticking to a consistent color palette.
The perfect coffee table accessories: a beautiful tray, a luxury candle, an organic element and fresh flowers.
The classic Leopard Velvet pillow (size 20x20) adds the perfect touch of animal print.
The metallic Kubus Argent pillows (size 20x20) on the two accent chairs are a luxurious accent.
The clear acrylic ghost chairs are a modern complement to the rustic wood table.
A colorful fresh floral arrangement makes a beautiful dining table centerpiece.
The magazine feature:
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photographs of Sarah's home by Larry Arnal