Friday, November 19, 2010

This post is a first, in a series on FABRIC
and how it really does make a home
FEEL so much more comfortable and COZY!

This bedroom has some beautiful furniture and great bedding,
but it just needed a little something more---

What made the difference?


Throw pillows
Throw blanket

(And of course see how much warmer it feels
with the lamp turned on!)


Curtains really do soften a space and make it feel more inviting. 
The throw blanket and pillow on the ottoman
help to create a softer welcoming feel.

Notice how we brought the colors and patterns around the room. 
It helps to tie the space together.

The toss pillows on the bed have some solid colors and some pattern. 
But 3 main colors --- Green, Brown, and White
The green pillow in the front has the same fabric as the curtains ---
 we are moving that pattern and color around the room.

On the window seat we added more pillows with texture and pattern. 
 See how they do not all match but do look good together.

On the chair across the room notice the patterned pillows .

The curtains really do soften the space!

So add a little Fabric to your home
and it will FEEL more COZY!!


  1. marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...
    Such a pretty room and love the green and brown. Some of my favorite colors. Your mix of fabrics is super. I love all the different patterns. Beautifully done. Hugs, Marty
    Anonymous said...
    Hi Angela,

    Can you put fabric over Plantation Shutters? My room is similar to this person's. However, I spent so much on the shutters that I feel guilty covering them. Yet, from your demonstration; it looks fabulous! It appears to make the room more warm and inviting.
    Olia said...
    I just want to curl up in that room.
    ImagineCozy said...
    Yes, you can have curtains with plantation shutters. Just have them hung out a little further from the window. (the hardware portion needs to be 4 or 5 inches deep, so that the curtains do not hinder the opening and closing of the shutters.) Also if you just have panels hanging on the outside portion of the window more for decoration rather than function.
    It really does soften the space.

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