2,495 Shams Home Design Photos

Tara Seawright
Guest Room
Leave visual "breathing room" between two patterns. Use a solid fabric between two different bold patterns. In this photo the white euro sham pillows are use as an important visual transition to the color and patterns of the throw pillows and duvet cover.
“cozy room” — highviewremodel
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
It's nice to have your linens right where you need them. A guest bed with drawers can hold all the extra sheets and pillow shams.
“I like the idea that the day bed can be pulled out to make an extra bed for sleepovers.” — S.T.A.R Foundation
Hide & Sleep Interior Design
2 Reviews
Leo's Room
yet still appealing to kids — geometric prints are hot right now, and many of the kids' sets also feature geometric animal designs on pillows and shams.
“Wall sticker” — Emma Stratton
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Duncan Residence
DeMejico; nightstands: Alamo, DeMejico; pillow: Orimono, Anthropologie; lamps: Poseidon, Zentique; headboard fabric: Jacaranda Home; fringed coverlet, shams: Pillow Talk (no longer available); wall paint: Blue Lake, Benjamin Moore
“Beautiful bright colors!!” — Taylor Callegari
Tess Fine
Jen Migonis
opened up the bedroom ceiling to add dramatic lines and make the space feel bigger. Jen repurposed shower curtains into window drapery as well as pillow shams. The tufted headboard is a DIY project that Jen made out of pegboard.Jen also whitewashed the mantel around a newly installed electric fireplace and
“Fireplace and floors” — lceranski
House Blend Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
patterned pillow can change the entire look of your bed. Swap in pillows from other rooms. You can even have your regular pillows function more as shams; find some cases you’d like to keep out on display (a plain color will work well) and stack them flat and neatly in pairs.
“Love the colors.” — flipflop57
Talianko Design Group, LLC
47 Reviews
Hotel Inspired Bedroom
your bedscape and play "pillow police." We can tend to get a little nuts with the amount of throw pillows we use. A patterned bolster added to plain shams may be all you need. Tip: A few readers recently suggesting taking photos of their spaces in order to be able to see them and critique them with fresh
“Window treatment” — ozroots
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
Seeley Guest Bedroom
luxurious bedding to create a welcome bedroom retreat,” says Wiener. “Thick down-filled comforters and pillows coupled with a fitted bed skirt and pillow shams will elevate the room from lower level to upper end.”More:Making Room for Family: Converting the Basement or Attic
“love curtain on one wall to warm up basement” — Debra Kiely
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