By karina. Pillows Design. Published at Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 - 20:37:06 PM.
Decorative cushions, Bed pillows & Orthopedic pillows. Well be talking about only the first two types in this article. Decorative Cushions: Decorative cushions have two uses. They normally have fancy cushion covers which helps in enhancing the look of the room. Even when used as part of a Bedspread set, to Make a Perfect Bed, decorative cushions are not used for sleeping & usually removed at bedtime, thus, while found on the bed, as their main purpose is decoration, they are called Decorative Cushions.
So many of us concentrate on matching colours and prints, they really dont need to match at all. Flowers and stripes or checks are great together and different shades of colours look good too. Dont feel you need to match your cushions with your curtains or furniture play around with fabric to see what works best for you.
Cushions were placed on chairs and benches for a lord or lady and it was a fashion statement that was designated to a person who was considered high in rank. Cushions were not for common people. In seventeenth century Spain, for example, a luxury cushion was a symbol of aristocratic authority.
Cushions play an important part in your home. They add colour and comfort and can totally change the feel of a room. Change your cushions by the seasons, a much less expensive way than redecorating but achieves similar results. Think of the colours outside - bright red berries, deep green holly and snow in Winter. Bluebells, daffodils and crocus in Spring. Summer just calls out for bright colours and flowers and Autumn think of the falling leaves in golds and reds and the juice of rich dark blackberries.
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