Jon always thinks I’m “finished” with a room in our house and then I get to surprise him and tell me that a. I will never be “finished” and b. I have something new I want to do.
Hudson’s toys have been taking over our living room. I’ve been trying to figure out different ways to hide them so they are out of site, but easy for Hudson to access when he wants to play.
Enter a wooden storage trunk that has just been floating around my house with no love being given to it. It was filled with CD’s, but since we never really use them I decided that the CD’s were out and Hudson’s toys were in.
I gave it a new lease on life with some high gloss green paint and then realized the top had a perfect insert for a little cushion. I went with leopard and all seemed right with the world and dare Jon say it, but it looked finished!
Well then I stumbled upon the beautiful new pillows in Brittany’s new shop. Brittany has amazing line of globally inspired pillows that are crafted in India. Now normally when you hear the words global, eclectic, ethnic the word glamorous doesn’t come to mind. Well Brittany changed that because all of her beautiful pillows are filled with gold/silver accents and even rhinestones!
Of course after viewing her pillows I had to break the news to Jon that we weren’t finished and we needed a pillow on top of the oh so pretty leopard cushion.
Enter the Bruge pillow in magenta:
The pattern on the pillow is actually applied with rhinestone trim! It’s so delicately placed and will stay put for good because it’s sewn on not glued. Trust me Hudson gave it a good run for it’s money and it’s still perfect.
I also had fun moving the pillowall throughout my living room and it works everywhere!
Now the pillows range from $85-$115 and they have piping, invisible zippers and down inserts included! Now when you think about the yardage, trim, zipper, piping and down insert the pillows are at a really great price point for a designer pillow.