A fireplace, a cup of coffee, chitter-chatter and snug pillows, it’s true that there’s no place like home. Though every home reflects its own character, there are some that leave us with lasting impressions.
Let’s take a look at the most effortless way to create a stunning home.
It’s true that pillows can spruce up a room like no other soft furnishing.
Exotic or glamorous, rustic or contemporary, geometric or floral, pillows will add just the persona you want to create for your home. Since they are quick to change or buy, and quite often economical too, they are one of the most practical ways to redesign a home.
This is a picture of Filling Spaces’ golden and silver work pillows, adding a touch of glamour to the bedroom.
Add them to your sofa or your bed, put in another little decorative piece, like a vase, lamp or a wall hanging to tie in the colour, and there, you’ve just given your room a makeover!
If you have a bathroom with a bay window, all you need to do is add a pillow for that sole touch of lavishness.
With season, our mood tends to change too. Why not change the pillows too? The vibrant ones will always erase away the gloominess that comes with the cold weather.
When looking for pillows for your living room keep in mind the size of your sofa.
For the bedroom, you can vary the sizes and shapes of the pillows. The large ones are often very comfortable. Also, the more no. of pillows, the better. They will only make the bedroom more comfortable and cozy.
Whether it’s the exquisite intricate decorative pillows you are looking for, or simple ones to rest your head on, Filling Spaces offers an assortment of luxurious and vintage fabrics and designs.
Filling Spaces takes pride in their handcrafted pillows, an idiosyncratic mix of Indian art and extraordinary finesse. These include vintage handwoven kantha work, block prints, apliqué and arry work and machine embroidered. These can also be individually tailored according to your tastes and needs.
Attempt this little makeover and observe the instant contentment you get from it. Perhaps, they are right when they say home isn’t a place, it’s a feeling.