Searching for Decorative Throw Pillows by Pillow Color
Color categories are organized into color families. Choose a category to view throw pillows within each color family. Many of our throw pillows contain their specific color in their name. If you have a specific color in mind, try typing the color into the search box.
We can cross-reference all our throw pillows against the Benjamin Moore color guides. Benjamin Moore decorating centers can be found throughout the United States and Canada, and any Benjamin Moore store will be able to provide you with paper color samples that you can take away and use for color matching in your home. Please consult the Benjamin Moore store locator to find the Benjamin Moore decorating center nearest you. If you are a designer/decorator and work with the Pantone color guides, we can also cross-reference Pantone numbers for any of our decorative pillows - just send an email to email@example.com or give us a call at 1-866-900-8488.
If you are decorating a room from scratch, you have a great opportunity to pick colors that are meaningful or satisfying to you. With a little time and effort, you can get it right the first time without having to solicit the help of a friend or designer. Colors have a powerful affect on our mood and can make a big difference to the energy in a room. To better understand the power of color, read through our article - Understanding the Language of Color: What do colors say to you? Once you know what color scheme you would like to pursue, and you are ready to add throw pillows, use our color categories to help identify pillows that work within your space. And remember, there is no right or wrong. Ultimately it comes down to your own personal style - don't be afraid to express it!
Using the 60-30-10 Rule to Purchase Pillows
Choosing a color scheme for your home is a huge decision. Colors will change the entire feel for your living environment, and it is important that you make the right choice. But have no fear - there are easy ways to ensure your home is color-coordinated to your heart's content.
Selecting the Right Colors
There are various ways you can be inspired to select a color scheme. One option is to pull from the largest pattern in the space. For example, if you have a large oriental rug - find a color that corresponds with the upholstery. Other options include studying the color of your clothes, utilizing a color wheel, or going with the architecture of your home. Whatever you decide to do, make sure the colors match with your personal style.
What Is The 60-30-10 Rule?
I thought you'd never ask! The 60-30-10 rule is a common concept used by interior design professionals. If you want to decorate like a pro, implement this rule while decorating your home. The rule suggests separating a space into components of 60 percent of a dominant color, 30 percent of a secondary color, and 10 percent of an accent color. This will help create a balance of color throughout your space, giving it a clean and professional appearance. Here is a breakdown of what makes up the percentages:
- Dominant Color: This color is typically a neutral color that will be used as the primary color in the room. Most often, the dominant color will be used to paint the walls. Choosing a bold color will make a room overwhelming - so stick to neutral colors if possible.
- Secondary Color: Your secondary color does not have to be neutral, but it shouldn't be extremely vibrant either. The color can be used in furniture, carpets, or other large decorations throughout the space. Be sure this color corresponds with your dominant choice.
- Accent Color: The accent only accounts for 10 percent of the color in your room - so go bold. This can include pillows, lamps, art, and other decorative accessories.
Using This Concept to Purchase Pillows
After selecting a color palette using the 60-30-10 rule, you can start purchasing accessories. When purchasing pillows or other accent pieces, look to the components that encompass your secondary color such as furniture or carpets. Select accessories that match a color in your secondary pieces, and there you have your accent color.
Going for glamour? Try using a metallic shade like silver or gold for your decor accessories. The Milano decorative pillows come in a variety of metallic shades so you can find one that matches your accent color. Pillows and other accessory pieces should embrace your accent color so they pull your room together. If you are having trouble finding accessories that match, use our website to sort pillows into color categories!