We love the versatility of rattan – it fits in naturally wherever it goes. This pendant features a classic wicker weave, for a laidback look that’s still refined. Hang a few together for a striking arrangement.
The natural rattan fibers make it a go-to choice for adding warmth and texture to a space. The woven build allows a large throw of light, and maintains a breezy and relaxed aesthetic.
The natural warmth of rattan meets the airy look of an open-weave pendant. Wonderfully versatile, it works well grouped above a dining table, solo in a reading nook, or anywhere you want a relaxed touch. Woven entirely by hand, it adds beautiful texture.
A brilliant way to bring rattan home. The look is incredibly versatile, able to illuminate a dinner party, add warmth to a bedroom, or give your living room a coastal glow. A classic wicker weave brings wonderful texture.
Waves of wicker cast a warm glow as light seeps through the woven rattan pendant. Undulating softly, the expansive ceiling light suits sunwashed rooms full of fresh, natural and neutral materials.
The rattan ceiling light will bring the beauty of natural materials to your kid’s room while brightening up the space. It features gorgeous handmade rattan in a basket-style weave with a metal frame for strength and longevity. With its breezy design, it’s also a statement-making piece of decor.
Strands of strong, durable rattan are woven around a metal frame in this pendant, allowing light to filter through for a casual, yet eye-catching effect. The rattan’s finish adds a sun-bleached look.
Decorating with throw pillows may seem like a small part of the design process, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. They’re the best way to elevate a house to a home. Even though they are soft and comfortable, they’re not all fluff. When it comes to living room seating, hallway benches, and pretty much anything in the bedroom, adding a throw pillow will pack a ton of punch and bring out the subtle design features in a space. In order to harness the full potential of these decorative do-gooders, we’ve rounded up a few tips that will make the styling process a lot easier.
From color schemes to arrangement formulas, this set of styling suggestions will have you decorating with throw pillows like a pro in no time. Even better, we’re including plenty of visual aids alongside each tip to guide you through the process and provide a little design inspiration if you’re feeling lost. Scroll through to get the full details.
Pick an Anchor Color
CHRIS PATEY FOR MYDOMAINE If there’s a piece of furniture in your room that brings in a pop of color, make sure the rest of the room highlights it without outshining it. In the example above, the soft rose gold accents and striped linen pillows pick up on the tufted raspberry ottoman. This makes the overall look much more cohesive. But to keep things exciting, there’s also a cool new color introduced to the pallet vis-à-vis the printed square throw pillows. Their steel blue details contrast with the anchor color and accentuate the light gray paint in the kitchen.
Mix and Match
TESSA NUESTADT By mixing and matching styles and prints, you’ll elevate the intrigue to keep the eye engaged. This vignette is the perfect example for decorating with throw pillows of different styles. You have your graphic chevron print, a few neutrals for balance, and then, for the standout, a floral-print pillow that ties in most of the colors in the room. Again, when choosing your throw pillows, it’s best to think of them without the context of the entire space. So you can see how some of these pillows flatter the crisp white walls while others are flattering the blue cushion and carpet. Together, they also bring out the natural textures of the hardwood floor and stone wall. As you can see, these pillows are also artfully curated in their own right, so the artwork above is a more muted tone.
Throw pillows can be art, too! Incredibly stylish and versatile, a pillow like this one will be great to throw into any décor mix, thanks to the neutral colors.
Play With Proportion and Shape
Talk about eye-catching! When you deconstruct the room and break down the design elements of each item, it’s hard to imagine how they all work together so well. The answer lies within the decorative throw pillow, of course, as its mustard print details reconcile everything. Notice how each piece is unique in shape, style, and size. Thanks to the tiny seat with an angular base, organic stool, disc-like lamp, and triangular table, this bedroom gives quirky proportion play a whole new meaning.
Don’t shy away from experimenting, and never underestimate the power of a pillow.
If you want to play with shape and proportion, opt for a round cushion that can break up traditionally-shaped pillows on a sofa or chair. You can also use it as a floor cushion!
Cover All the Bases (Surfaces)
This living room achieves a thoroughly grown-up look without sacrificing all of its childlike excitement. How? No two pillows are alike, which keeps the aesthetic warm and playful. If you imagine this room without the throw pillows, it may feel more formal and harsh, which can be just as beautiful—it really just depends on what kind of environment you’d like to create. We love how every seating option in the room has a throw pillow on it. Not only will the lumbar pillows on the chairs ensure that guests get all the back support and comfort they deserve, but it also maintains the edgy style.
Once you’ve got all the right pillows, you should also spend some time thinking about how you’d like to display them to get the most out of their décor potential. If you like the look of asymmetry, try an arrangement that looks more random and effortless. This symmetrical approach is another great option, particularly well suited for bedding. Layer up your throw pillows like the example above. Try keeping the neutral sleeping pillowcases in the back and let the more exciting throw pillows take center stage. Feel free to break outside the bedding set, too, if you’d like to introduce wilder prints into the mix.
We’d definitely like to show off this crowned jewel front and center for a royal statement.
For another bedroom look that’s totally different in color but on the same page regarding symmetry, consider going colorless. Since a bedroom is the space in a home that feels the most personal and relaxing, comfort should be prioritized over style. But the two don’t need to be in competition either. Transforming your bedroom into a sanctuary is all about channeling an environment that inspires and calms you. If bright colors overwhelm you or you simply resonate with neutrals more, you can still allow your personality to show through with things like texture, material, wall art, and shape.
Experiment With Texture
Arrange Them by Style
Once you’ve purchased your pillows, you might wonder, what now? Arranging your pillows by style is one way to ensure your space will look effortlessly chic. An easy way to start is by picking an odd number of pillows, with a unifying aspect, like a color or theme. If mixing patterns is not your thing, consider mixing textures of the same hue instead. Arrange the larger pillows to the side, with smaller ones in front, like on this outdoor couch that has a textured white pillow and mustard yellow pillow on each side and an earthy patterned pillow in the middle.
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The internet and social media life have been gracing the beauty of laid back life style vacation homes and villa interior design. From Cancun, Tulum, Ibiza, Mykonos and Bali, all have inspired us to go back to nature.
There are times we may think it’s just beautiful feel on the screen, with natural fibers, woven furniture, home decor, further to woven lighting. Each gives us the thought: its gorgeous, but is it really the one we really need?
The villas in Bali have proven that living close with nature brings emotional health, and bringing outdoor in to infuse in chairs, tables and pendant lights have created a sense of creative brilliance.
Maybe because during our metropolitan years, we were offered this walls everywhere we go. Now an island living has given us a sense of freedom, where the ocean and rice fields have become our views on day to day living.
Bali has also been a place where interior designers seek for inspiration from the natural coastal living. Coming back home with a fresh vision for a whole new level of design concept.
Some of the inspirations that finally blend with today’s Bali style of interior designs are Scandinavian, Hamptons, Coastal California, Nordic, Japandi, Brutalist and Mid Century Modern. You can always count on Bali furniture and home decor to mix with this 2021 interior design trends. There is always a link to find within the architecture and interior design you blend with.
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Interior designers have always used pendant lights as a stylish lighting solution in kitchens, dining rooms, entryways, bathrooms, and more. Nowadays, they continue to grow in popularity thanks to rattan pendant lights customizability and functionality.