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DIY Throw Pillows

For me one of the easiest ways to redecorate a room is with Throw Pillows. The downside to this is buying new Throw Pillows can get pretty pricey. Because I am a total cheapskate when it comes to buying something like throw pillows I tend to sew up a few new ones. That way I get a new look to my room using DIY Throw Pillows.
The reason I needed new pillows is because I bought a new entry hall rug. It called to me and became the inspiration for the entire living area of my house. It cost around $100. Totally worth the effort to recover pillows.
Did you know that turquoise, gray, and white aren't really available in any fabric collection I could find. That meant I had to choose fabrics that were black and white, gray, and turquoise. I thought something with a little texture would help this.
To see how I made these and the final result check out the entire blog post at the address below.

To see more: http://www.seasonedhomemaker.com/2014/02/diy-throw-pillows.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Matty watts
    Matty watts Gracemont, OK
    on May 15, 2014

    Turquoise goes with a lot of colors . I have turquoise , brown & a little red in my bedroom & bathroo

  • DeDe @ Designed Decor
    DeDe @ Designed Decor Canton, OH
    on May 15, 2014

    I love the rug, great choice! I love the pillow fabrics too!

  • The Seasoned Homemaker
    The Seasoned Homemaker Austin, TX
    on May 15, 2014

    I also have it blended with lime green in one room. It is such a versatile color!

  • The Seasoned Homemaker
    The Seasoned Homemaker Austin, TX
    on May 15, 2014

    Thanks, we just painted the tray ceiling over the rug turquoise. It's really a fun color to add in here and there....

  • Sarah's Big Idea
    Sarah's Big Idea Minneapolis, MN
    on May 15, 2014

    That combination of fabrics is great!

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