2 Tropical Shams

Pillow shams are a great way to add extra decorative style as well as texture and layering to your bed. Choose shams that work with your current bedding as well as your overall décor, and be sure the material and size are in line with your needs. More 
Ludmila's Custom Curtains
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Hand painted pillow shams
$130
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Front of this two pillow covers has a red color Morning Glory Flowers with green leafs and humming birds with light peach and little blue on a background. Back of the pillow is light peach and blue. I named them: "A touch of the summer" 18" x18" Hand painted pillows with a 100% original design. Hand-painted using German and French resist paint on 100% 15 mm silk Habota...More
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Ludmila's Custom Curtains
9 Reviews
pillow shams
$180
Ideabooks28
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Front of this pillows has green grass with a drop of dew on it. Back of the pillows looks like a grass in the rain.Hand painted pillows with a 100% original design. Hand-painted using German and French resist paint on 100% 15 mm silk Habotai using Batik technique. The beauty and the uniqueness of this silk is that the pattern cannot ever be replicated or look the same. ...More
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What styles of shams are available?


Since shams are meant to be decorative, they come in all sorts of styles. Try to choose something that complements your current bedding, in both color and pattern. Or, you could add visual interest by choosing stylish shams that contrast with your bedding for a punch of unexpected design. If you have all white bedding, consider bright shams for a touch of color, or if you have colorful bedding, choose a pattern with similar shades to add texture.

What materials do shams come in?


Shams are available in a variety of materials, including silk, satin, cotton or even fur. Think about what you find comfortable, your aesthetic preference and your current bedding to choose the right sham material. Continue your all cotton look with high thread count cotton pillow shams for soft, cozy shams that is a quality breathable material, and will last for years. Or, add a sense of luxury to your bedding with silk shams for an elegant appeal. You may want to consider maintainability when choosing the material: some materials, like cotton, will be much easier to care for than satin.

What size should the shams be?


You want the pillow to fit snug inside, so be sure to measure the pillow and sham before making any purchase. Your best bet may be to take your pillows with you directly to the store to test them out on the spot.
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