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Hi! These throw pillow covers are custom made using a fabric from Thibaut - pattern name: Oriental Toile. You would need about 1 yard per pillow. Let me know if I can help any further - this fabric is available through interior designers
theme but some type red/tan window combo against tan walls
I like the neutral yellow walls with the bold red couch
Rich warm beige with red is good
Like the red dont know if I'm bold enough
taupe with red couch and accent
If red walls seem just too overwhelming, introduce the color with fabrics such was upholstery, pillows and draperies.
Think accent pieces. Accessories are easy to add to an existing design and have the ability to change the entire look and feel of a room. Red pieces feel fresh
The Upward Bound House by Elizabeth Bomberger
Where can I find the red fabric on that wonderful pillow?
i did my a small area in my kitchen in this color scheme. my blue is an embellished blue. I am doing the red, i am looking to add floor pillows as my in my dining area. can you help me with a color that would go well with it? my theme is oriental
Hi We have red mahogany parquet flooring which I love to turn dark brown, how is this possible??? Please help. Thank you
of teal. I can not live with "purple walls". Maybe in the window treatment. I now have to revise and look for new inspiration. The color scheme plum red and tan, asian inspired. Go figure!
I really like how the red and black can still pop against this blue
Loving the Auvergne and red-orange accents against the teal.
Amy Lau Design
West Chelsea Loft
I found this similar one from a company in the UK: supatra.co.uk. Sometimes Gumps carries red lacquer chests like this, also.
Round over bed. Zen or antique nightstand
combination of reds and oranges, warm and inviting
The red brick and the colours in this room are amazing
using textile (scarf) and incorporating body pillow
a more natural object over the bed. Paired with the red antique end table, this one has an Asian feel. Circles are considered harmonious because they have no sharp edges.
7. Working in the body pillow. A lot of people swear by their body pillows, but incorporating them into your bedding scheme can
can be a challenge. Not anymore! Take a cue from Amy Lau and get that pillow in a coordinating case, prop it up in front of your other pillows, drape a gorgeous textile casually at the end of the bed and voila: the body pillow is seamlessly coordinated.
Barton Hills House
Not sure about couch style but yellow walls brown sofa and red rug cool especially w/ pillows
color scheme. not the rug and pillows in foreground.
Like the size of the green pillows
pillows colors and carpets
Plain brown with colorful pillows
Where are the pillows from?
red rug...the pillows
Designs by Shoshana
colours for guest room green and red
small space, sideways twin bed with pillows against wall; colors o pillows contrasting with bedspread
Pretty bedspread and wall art, but the pillows are AMAZING.
Red Curtains, lace curtains-Dining/Master
love the star burst pillows
green bedroom, red curtains.
like pillows with splatter patterns
Rainbow pillow inspiration
No headboard uses pillows
The pillows....Toss pillows...red curtains...throw pillows...accent pillow...decorative pillows
Arnold Schulman Design Group
Hi - Please can you tell me where these pillows are from. The ones on the couch. Thank you so much. Reshma
Thanks so much for your response. Love those pillows!
Round wall built ins
red leather...Touches of red...Black, tan, red
Webber + Studio, Architects
the red pillows on a grey couch
Red accent color matches ottoman. Mine could be yellow.
grey couch, red ottoman
Grey red...Like pillows...decorative pillows...throw pillows
m.a.p. interiors inc. / Sylvia Beez
ECLECTIC RANCH HOUSE
basic idea.. tile wall but not red and with better decor
1/2 bath but in in copper not red
9. Revitalising redA dominate colour in many Eastern cultures, red often appears in Asian design, from fashion to furniture and home interiors. After all, the hue symbolises joy, good luck, fortune and purity in different Asian cultures, so it’s no surprise many people wish to be surrounded by the warm
warm energetic shade. Daring and dramatic, this all-red powder room certainly makes a bold statement. If you desire an Eastern-inspired look that’s more subtle, opt for a neutral palette but brighten up your scheme with red decorative accents such as towels, canisters or accent tiles.See more of this