Mix it Up on the Cheap: Throw Pillows
Sometimes people over-pillow, or do a bad mix. I think this is why Margaret Russell has deputized herself as "the pillow police." It can take a little bit of trial and error, but to me, the designers below have used throw pillows to perfection.
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This seems like a mix of disparate pieces, but somehow, it just works.
That apple pillow adds just the right amount of playful punch.
This otherwise neutral room is enlivened by some Panton purple.
Isn't Kim's "anything goes" approach great? There is a huge mix of pattern and color here, and they just work together.
The rug and the two small throw pillows give this room all the pattern and and color it needs.
These pillows add a nautical touch to this crisp aesthetic.
I just love the lone fox on this bed.
Here is a good example of how you pillows can provide all the pattern a bedscape needs. With pillows like these, there is no need to splurge on different duvet covers all the time.
I really really want this pillow. Minus the judo chop.
Here a Jonathan Adler Liza pillow provides this gorgeous room with a little humor.
A small throw on a side chair or desk chair enhances the look of this room.
These pillows lend an elegant hotel feel to this luxurious bedroom.
The subdued tones of these pillows works well with the rest of this neutral room. It gives shapes and textures the chance to stand out.