Nautical stripes in faded blues combine with neutrals and naturals for a room that's modern and inviting. We used the same rugs to make two kinds of pillows: a large one (bigger than a bed pillow) and a smaller one with an envelope-style opening.
Tassels in a palette of red, gold, and orange give a charcoal pillow and throw a custom look while adding texture and bursts of color to an otherwise monochromatic scheme. Twisted-cord tassels made of mohair yarn embellish a mohair throw.
Every year, Kevin Sharkey has a summer fling with cool, colorful seersucker -- and the easy decorations it brings to his home. It feels good, can vary in scale, works well with other fabrics, and lends itself to a lot of different forms, be it a bed skirt, a pillow cover, or a napkin. Doubling the sleeve's thickness gives it heft and will keep it from slipping off the pillow.
A great way to add texture and a touch of color to your home -- or to use up skeins and snippets of yarn left over from other projects -- these pillow covers have one knitted side and one of wool fabric.
We don't live in a beige world, so why live in a space with no accents or details that catch the eye and make a room unique? Decorating accents come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. Learn how to identify and place the things that will awaken any room.