We often say that you should stick with neutral furniture and then drop in color with accessories. We're also fans of swapping out throw pillows and blankets to freshen up a home. If you stick with these maxims, you'll definitely want to check out Pyar & Co.'s colorful pillows and throws sourced from fair trade laborers in India.
Mudcloth, how I love thee. I will never tire of your graphic lines, simplicity, and crisp black and white design. When paired with modern furnishings, or used as upholstery fabric, you are a modest rock star.
We've discussed at length the benefits and downfalls of all those decorative pillows. But I'm wondering whether or not you have decorative pillows for your kids' rooms. I'm not talking Pillow Pets or the like, but actual pillows that are merely for decoration, whether they're on the bed or in a chair. Give us the deets!
This one is for the fidgeters among us. The HUHU pillow by
Cool Enough Studios is a soft, cuddly pillow with an elegant, basket-weave
look, but the strips of fabric hide tiny loops of fabric that can be pulled out
and pushed back in at the cuddler’s whim, making it ideal for absentmindedly
fussing with while watching TV.
Whoever gets this nursery is one cool customer, rockin' night time with black and white decor and bright pops of primary color. This design comes in at $2,991. Click below to see resources, along with a much less expensive version.
If you want to add a bit of botanical style to your home, but you're not into florals, consider ferns. They're elegant, a bit unexpected, and suitable for everything from minimalist trays to lushly patterned cups.
Need something to cuddle at night after you tuck your iPhone into its dock for bed? Or do you have a kid who's already addicted to tech, and thinks your shiny, bright iPod is their new favorite toy? If you have some basic sewing skills, you can make them their own plush Apple iGear with this cute fabric pattern and instructions.
Patios are so ugly first thing in spring. Wet winter leaves are still caked in the corners, and everything is totally devoid of color until the plants turn green. So it feels really good to finally get your deck or patio to where it's usable and enjoyable.