Well, if you're just seeking consumer input, I will give you my two cents, but won't click on you're link. They can add color, pattern and texture to a space or piece of furniture otherwise lacking in these important elements. If they aren't used in excess, are easy care (washable) and are reasonably priced, they can be a practical way to add to a space or even inspire a scheme or feel. If they interfer with comfortable seating or do not relate to one's decor, these are issues to consider.
In the future, as a newbie, it is frowned upon to post a thread and include a personal biz link on this board as advertising is against this forum's rules. Anyone following this thread should NOT open your link.
Posts: 18336 | Location: Right here, duh! ;) | Registered: Nov 03, 2005
It may depend on where you live, but in my area you don't see these Victorian style throw pillows any more. Solid pillows with simple decorative tapes, brightly colored geometrics, and mitered stripes are what seem to be in fashion in the NY/NJ metro area.
Posts: 1722 | Location: Morristown | Registered: Jun 12, 2010
The decorative pillows on my sofa wind up in an antique willow basket whenever anyone sits on the sofa. They've been there nine years now. While I like the initial look of decorative pillows, I guess I don't actually like them in use - nor do I like advertising where it is expressly prohibited.