Add comfort. Pillows provide a soft buffer between you and a bookcase headboard. They can also introduce pattern and color. “With the addition of an extra long body pillow, it softened the surface nicely,” says Jo Torrijos, an Atlanta DIY blogger and stylist. “Plus, if you're anything like me, you'll have at least half a dozen pillows on your bed to create a cushioned oasis.”
A family of stuffed animals lounge against plaid pillows in this eclectic boys' bedroom. The bedding compliments the colors found in the map wallpaper behind the neutral upholstered headboard with navy and gold trim. The kids' room has a subtle nautical theme, but is sophisticated enough to grow with the child.
Those blue hues extend from the rug to the plaid pillows, making the master bedroom feel calm and cohesive. With an ultra-soft duvet, the owners will have no trouble falling asleep in here after a long day.
Wood boards stripe the navy wall behind an upholstered gray headboard with nailhead trim. Blue, gray and white plaid pillows, yellow arrow patterned pillows, a fox pillow and a wood patterned round lumbar pillow create a cushioned and colorful bed setup to brighten the navy comforter.
This transitional living space has bold plaid wallpaper as the accent wall behind a sleek black entertainment center and wall mounted flat screen. The gray color scheme is carried throughout the space with patterned carpet and sectional sofa. The blue and yellow throw pillows add color and contrast making this space comfortable and inviting.