Pure Deco, L?onor Mataillet, and Atelier LZC

I never tire of fluffy colorful pillows, it's a sickness I have and baby, I'm not looking to be cured so don't even try! It's the one accessory that I turn to when I need to freshen a corner of my home. I've confessed a million times before that I'm completely aware of my design ADD and tire of things quickly, but I'm not the only one. It's perfectly normal for design addicts like us to tire of things we look at each day. Since most of us can't replace the sofa that we're not sick to death of, we have to find alternative solutions to make things fresh and current. This is where our puffy friends step in...

When designing on the cheap, I look to pillows, throws, area rugs, affordable art, and mini collections of things carefully styled to turn up the volume. A tip for pillow addicts, try to purchase pillow covers that either zip or button on and keep reusing the inserts as you swap out the patterns each season. They're also easier to store this way, just fold and tuck away into your linen closet. And always use down inserts because they make the entire pillow look better and more relaxed than those overstuffed polyfil ones, and never, ever karate chop them because despite how many times you see this done on television, it really does look dumb. Freshly chopped pillows arranged like little bow ties give me that same oh-no-please feeling that I have whenever I'm watching some design show on TV and there's yet another throw rug shown on an angle. I think Becky from Design Public's blog Hatch will laugh when she reads this, as I know we've had many a conversation about weird design 'tricks' we've seen on reality shows that in real life, look odd and dated - not in a cool vintage find way, more like in a parachute pants way.

I just adore the bold graphics on these L?onor Mataillet pillows available at Pure Deco, and of course the folkloric prints on the Atelier LZC cushions.

(images from pure decor)

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