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Decorative Pillows

Yates Mineral 23" Pillow
Selected Color: Mineral
New Yates Mineral 23" Pillow
$59.95 each
Quent Blue 23" Pillow
Selected Color: Blue
New Quent Blue 23" Pillow
$59.95 each
Tyde Blue 20" Pillow
Selected Color: Blue
New Tyde Blue 20" Pillow
$59.95 each
Piet Orange 20" Pillow
Selected Color: Orange
New Piet Orange 20" Pillow
$59.95 each
Yates Garden 23" Pillow
Selected Color: Garden
New Yates Garden 23" Pillow
$59.95 each
Piet Teal 20" Pillow
Selected Color: Teal
New Piet Teal 20" Pillow
$59.95 each
Chaz Pearl Leather 16" Pillow
Selected Color: Pearl
New Chaz Pearl Leather 16" Pillow
Clearance $89.97 each reg. $129.00 each
Tyde Earth 20" Pillow
Selected Color: Earth
New Tyde Earth 20" Pillow
$59.95 each
Avi Toast 23" Pillow
Selected Color: Toast
Avi Toast 23" Pillow
$69.95 each
Quent Natural 23" Pillow
Selected Color: Natural
New Quent Natural 23" Pillow
$59.95 each
Chaz Copper Leather Pillow
Selected Color: Copper
New Chaz Copper Leather Pillow
Clearance $89.97 each reg. $129.00 each

From a splash of color to a soft place to rest, decorative throw pillows serve many purposes in your home. Get the most out of the plush accessories by layering them in ways both pleasing to the eye and comfortable. Here's how.

Layering Tips by Room

On the bed, depending on your mattress size, you have a lot of room in which to play. Arrange from biggest to smallest to ensure visibility of each layer. If your bed pillows are the largest, start there, then place patterned square-shaped styles in front, either matching or complementary in color and design. If you're using an odd number of pillows, make a statement with the final one in front—take a risk texturally with faux fur or a standout shape, like a lumbar pillow. It can easily be changed out seasonally, allowing customization without having to switch out all of the cushions.

On the sofa, all of the space is on the end seats. Build your layers out from the corners and keep the middle of the sofa simple with one or two lumbars for back support so as not to overcrowd the space. On the ends cushions, use the armrest to stack in two directions. Mixing squares, rectangles and circles will make the sofa feel spunky and lively, while sticking to one or two basic shapes results in more of a classic look. If switching out seasonally on the sofa, keep fabric in mind—velvet is a wintery material, linen is good for fall and cotton feels fresh in the spring.

On the armchair, the amount you should use is dependent upon the size of the cushion. While you want to express a certain style with the accessory, you also want a guest to be able to comfortably sit in the chair without having to toss the pillows to the side. If you have space for two, nestle two that match into the back, in one of the corners. This will leave enough room for someone to lean back without resting on them, as well as allow the guest to shift them around for optimum comfort.

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