By karina. Pillows Design. Published at Friday, April 13th, 2018 - 05:33:03 AM.
Send off for fabric swatches to see the colours in the room. Colours can change depending on the natural light in the room. Blue can look green or red can seem orange. Some stores will lend out fabric books or hanging lengths, these are great for getting the colours and the mix of fabrics just right.
It really is so simple and a really inexpensive way to make a huge difference. The earliest record of when people started using cushions as a decorative piece of furniture was in the medieval times. Cushions were then used in grand houses and luxurious mansions. At that time they were not made out of the great assortment of fabrics available today, they were all made in leather - How lucky are we.
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.
The job of decorating with cushions gives you the option of being daring and highly experimental without over dominating a room. You may choose a touch of exotic for a particular room with silk hand made cushions, or you may choose a striking contrast to a light coloured room with vivid and bold colours. Whatever theme is decided upon a sense of style and comfort can be added to a particular area with the addition of quality cushions.
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