Article Originally Published On Nov 20, 2019
3 Exquisite Pillows That Will Elevate Your Holiday Home Decor Project – Besides decorating the Christmas tree and other holiday ornaments, there are a few details that can really enhance the overall look of your holiday home decor. The most magical time of the year is slowly approaching, and the world is starting to plan the decor to impress at Christmas eve! Just like the song says: “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas”, and the following interior design ideas will inspire to create your own trendy decor for the holidays!
This exquisite living room decor is all about trendy color combinations. With a bold navy blue background and some neutral living room furnishings, like the beautiful Iguazu Armchair, BRABBU’s Pardus Yellow Eclectic pillow will add the perfect pop of color to this inspiring holiday home decor.
This modern and contemporary pillow shares the tenacity and pattern of one of the fiercest animals of the animal kingdom, the Leopard. As the Panthera Pardus, this trendy pillow design has the strength and high ability to fit and adapt to any special environment, making it unique with its exclusive design.
From the wooden details in the center table to the use of the bold green color in the incredible Florence stool and the geometric rug, this living room decor is all about the earth’s color tones. The only thing that is missing, to go with this nature-inspired holiday home decor, is the incredible Irupu Moden pillow by BRABBU.
Inspired in the most iconic and grandiose waterfalls of the world, this rectangular pillow is the reinterpretation of the energy and of these natural phenomenons. This modern pillow will add character and personality to any interior design project.
The soft golden details of BRABBU’s Daurat Modern pillow complements beautifully the bright mellow yellow color of the brand’s Otter Single sofa. Evoking the happy vibes of the holidays, these two elements are the perfect match for elegant and contemporary home decor for Christmas!
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