Throw Pillow丨9 Kinds of Throw Pillow Collocation Skills

by WangTianyu on April 08, 2022
In order to make the overall style of the home more perfect, many house owners will have the idea of replacing the throw pillows in the home decoration of the new house or the second renovation of the home.
How to make the throw pillow more effective in home decoration? 
Miulee has some practical advice:
1. Patterned Throw Pillow + Solid Color Throw Pillow
It's a simple yet classic combination. If you choose a pair of throw pillows in contrasting colors, the sofa background can be beige or white.
Photo by Max Vakhtbovych from Pexels
2. Large Pattern + Small Parquet
The parquet on the beige pillow here is relatively fine, and it is equivalent to a solid color pillow from a distance. It also works well together.
Photo from Miulee Home
3. Use Color Collocation
Combining solid color pillows in different colors is a lot of fun, and you can pair them by throw pillows in different shapes (such as square, rectangle, bolster, etc.). In the picture, the use of basic color throw pillows to add some orange but different shaped throw pillows is the main method of matching. At the same time, the designer also used footstools of different sizes and shapes to echo it, and the whole picture is very harmonious and interesting.
Photo by Jonathan Borba from Pexels
4. Mix and Match of Pure Pattern Throw Pillows
Looking closely at the pillows on the sofa, each pattern is different, but there is no conflict.
Tips: When collocating throw pillows, if a pair of patterned pillows conflict, you can try to add the third one. When three throw pillows don't seem coordinated, add a fourth throw, and so on, until the whole is in harmony.
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5. Choose Throw Pillows with ATonal Print
You can use as many different parquet throw pillows as you like, as long as they are the same tonal. When matching, try to choose as many different patterns as possible. It's a simple and casual way to mix them up.
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6. Expand with One Theme
When collocating throw pillows, you can use the same type or style of patterns as the theme. In the picture, the designer tells a geometric theme with a group of very harmonious and interesting pillows.
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7. Contrast Presentation
As shown in the picture, the printed throw pillow meets the geometric throw pillow, and the middle space is set off with yellow lights. The blue of the throw pillows and the yellow of the center light are one set of contrasting colors, and the black and white geometric pattern of the sofa is another. Alternately presented in three contrasting colors, it is classic and stylish.
Photo by Victoria Borodinova from Pexels
8. Geometric Patterns of Different Sizes + Bright Patterns
It's a very confident way to collocation, anyway, it's essentially a combination of three elements of some different colors, such as orange and blue here plus a color.
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9. Collocate According to Your Intuition
If you find the feeling, then try to follow the feeling willfully and enjoy the process of collocation. We have to say that we can't define the specific method of this combination, but it is aagood form of presentation, because it can play your own preferences and collocate the room to your own style.
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If you want to make some small changes to your home, just try to start with a new throw pillow~~~

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