I love how this staid, traditional space is turned totally cheeky with a cute pillow. That face adds tons of personality to the room, and makes it clear that the owner's got a sense of humor.
This vignette is perfectly pretty. I love the way the colors work together and that the hues are quiet enough that three complex patterns complement one another, instead of competing. This sort of arrangement is perfect and inviting in a living room or bedroom.
Sometimes pillows really are practical. I've sat on one too many hard-but-pretty chairs - these throw pillows don't just add color, they also protect the tush! That said, I also really like how they soften the overall look of the room - the Asian influence is taken down just a notch by the pillows' edges.
I love the texture! In a room of neutral shades, the faux fur pillow conveys so much warmth - it takes the bed from neat but cold to inviting and sexy.
It's a rare and valuable bed that looks best unmade. I love the casual rumple of these simple white pillows - it's a perfect complement to the natural wood headbooard. Plus, the side table vignette - the flowers and lamp - dress up the whole scene just enough to save it from looking messy.
The pillows thrown on this bed do a great job of anchoring the color in the room. They're bright and fun, and since they're all similarly intense, the room feels pulled together but eclectic, not jumbled and thoughtless.
A single pillow can do so much. This one pulls the chartreuse color from the art on the wall and, in doing so, livens up the look of the whole patio.
When the view is your artwork, it's important not to distract. However, it can be nice to punch everything up with a little bit of extra color. These pillows do that perfectly - they don't compete, but they do add interest.