Fall Throw Pillows

The leaves are gradually starting to fall from the trees, and I am beginning to see a hint of yellow and red leaves. I love the look of the sun shining through the falling leaves!! I have not only got excited about fall clothes, but I have also been on a mission to cozy my house up for the cooler weather.

I have lots of throw pillows. I love the texture and coziness it creates. I have chosen pillows that complement each other in color scheme and pattern.

I picked Navy Velvet pillows from Target for my window seats. They were a great height, and I love the deep color for going into fall and winter. I paired the same ticking stripe pillow I had this summer with the velvet. I turned it around, so the navy side was visible instead of the white.

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For my bench, I searched lots of blogs. I just added this piece to my living room, and just couldn’t figure out how I wanted the pillows. I finally decided it looked best with two pillows on one side, and one pillow on the other. I incorporated a throw blanket to keep a balance. The cream pillows are a chenille from Target, and the middle one is one I found at Home Goods. I felt it was a great find because it balanced the window seat ticking pillows and the plaid couch pillows.

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My couch pillows are from Home Goods. I loved the color pop and fabric as soon as I saw them. I paired the plaid with a soft cream pillow set from Home Goods.

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I always try and find good deals on throw pillows, because I enjoy changing them often. Also, kids are extremely hard on them.

A few tips I learned from looking at fall décor blogs:

  • Throw pillows look best when grouped in pairs and trios on the end and middle of a large couch.

  • For singular arm chairs, don’t add any more than one pillow per chair.

  • Don’t be afraid to add in a fun pillow with fur or a bold color

  • These unexpected aspects help make your living area feel real instead of over- designed.

    How are you going to cozy up your living spaces for fall?