November 28, 2014

What You Need to Know about Throw Pillow Inserts

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Throw pillow inserts, just like any other furnishing in your abode, have the ability to both enhance the aesthetic appeal of the room it is placed on and provide you and your guests a comfortable pillow to place on your laps. However, in order to achieve that perfect marriage of fashion and function, a couple of things should be kept in mind.
Regarding function, throw pillow inserts can be stuffed with a myriad of materials that can act as the soft part of the pillow. From artificial products like polyester, beanbag fillings, Styrofoam, and other fibers, to more natural ones like cotton, goose or duck feathers, horse hair, and even leaves, you can have your fill (no pun intended) of what material best fits your household.
That being said, when opting for more natural material, it is important that you figure out if anyone in your family or friends are allergic to certain fillings. To be on the safe side, you can opt to choose hypoallergenic throw pillow inserts to mitigate allergic reactions.

For fashion, designing your throw pillow is wholly up to you– you can choose to follow a theme for your throw pillows and couches, or have the pillow covers embroidered with various designs; you can even use an entirely different material altogether for your inserts. Essentially, what you can do with throw pillow inserts is limited only to your imagination.

November 21, 2014

Creating that Perfect Reading Nook

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Just how popular are outdoor living spaces in the United States? According to’s Home Improvement survey, about 67 percent of U.S. consumers are aiming for remodeling come springtime, which will include patio additions and enhancements.

If you already have an existing patio, all you have to do to breathe new life into it is to get new furniture. Your choice of furniture depends on what your outdoor living space is most used for.

For instance, if your patio is mostly a nook for you and your family to read bestsellers, you’ll enjoy furniture made from bamboo or rattan. These materials are malleable so the pieces are made with slight curves, which are perfect for lounging and relaxing. For optimum comfort, cushions with ultra-soft pillow inserts are recommended for your new furniture. A good option is durable inserts made from 100 percent spun polyester.

Your selection for the cushions’ design also plays a big role in completing the look of your reading corner. Cushions with dainty paisley designs will feel just right, as well as cushions with colorful geometric prints.

A reminder when choosing fabric for your cushions: check to see if they are made from a fabric that can withstand the elements. A good choice is Bella Dura. This fabric is anti-microbial and does a good job of keeping mildew and stains away. What’s more, it’s soft to the skin so you wouldn’t mind staying outdoors all day to finish an entire book.

November 14, 2014

Polyester: The Ideal Material for Your Cushion

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When you’re looking for the ideal cushion, you don’t usually think of the same material that makes up plastic soft drink bottles and ropes. Polyester, however, is such a useful material that various products can be made from it. There are several benefits to using polyester fiber cushions. Here are some of them.

November 7, 2014

Tips for Picking out Throw Pillows

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Throw pillows are great finishers to an interior decorating project. If you’re a bit concerned on how to pick the right ones, don’t fret: it isn’t rocket science. Here are a few handy tips:
Consider size– Throw pillows come in a range of sizes, but the most popular choices are about 18 inches as they go perfectly with conventional-sized sofas. If you have a bigger sofa, then you should likewise opt for bigger throw pillows (24 inches) to create a relaxed, lounge-like feel. At the end of the day, it’s all about mixing and matching—surely a 24-inch throw pillow (more so three or more of them) wouldn’t work well with a small sofa, would it?