Luscious Master Bedroom Pillow

Gold & Brown Ruffled Pillow (2)

Have you ever wondered what to do with left over fabrics?

One of my favorite things is taking the left over fabrics from a project and making one super special, decorative pillow. This pillow is a collaboration of fabrics and trims left over from a recent master bedroom window treatment project.

Gold & Brown Ruffled Pillow

The beaded tassel trim, shimmery crinkle fabric as well as the center fabric, a luscious gold and creamy damask, were all used to make roman shades for Tara’s master bedroom.

Lovely Pillow Details

The deep, chocolate brown velvet, shown here as a ruffle and paired with a bronze organza, was used to make floor length panels.

Brown, Gold & Cream Master Bedroom (2)

I’ll be sharing more of this luxurious master bedroom soon but for now here’s a glimpse of the velvet drapery panels we used to flank three windows covered with loose roman shades. We repeated the chocolate velvet in the┬áruffled, euro pillows. The pillow shown in front is a monogrammed and made from a wonderful, shimmery linen like fabric.

Shimmery crinkles and linens paired with oh, so soft velvets. You’re going to love this bedroom!


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12 Responses to Luscious Master Bedroom Pillow

  1. Carol Cook says:

    That pillow is beautiful!

  2. Love the pillow, it is fabulous. Hugs, Marty

  3. Beautiful pillows, Sonya, and I love that window treatment, too! When I would be making drapes for my own home {or even when I was having them done custom for a client} I would get a little extra fabric to make a couple of coordinating pillows. I think it made a nice touch and brings the window fabric to another part of the room.

  4. Judy says:

    Using spare fabric for pillows is a fab idea! I had a tablecloth once that was too short so used some left-over fabrics to add to the bottom of it and that worked out well. Looked better than just one solid color.

  5. Hi Sonya! I haven’t seen your blog in SO long it looks FABULOUS as usual! I love to make pillows with leftover fabrics too! The problem is that is why I have all these leftover fabrics filling up my house (great intentions of making pillows with them someday?). Haha. Take care and hope you’ll visit my blog sometime soon too!
    Michelle /

  6. Hi Sonya! So nice to see your blog after such a long time. It looks great. I’m with you on making pillows with leftover fabrics – it’s a favorite hobby of mine and a terrific way to use up leftovers (and they make great gifts too). Hope you’ll visit my blog sometime soon too! Take care,
    Michelle /

  7. Trisha says:

    You are soooo talented! Is your own home as beautifully draped as the ones you create for?

  8. Cynthia says:

    OMG, this is gorgeous!!! I am telling you Sonya I am thinking of having you make me throw pillows for our bed when we get in the new house!!! We are hoping to close on the land next week so we can finally get started. The banks are so slow now with everything that went wrong with the housing market. UGH!!!


  9. Beautiful pillow, Sonya, and the drapes are lovely. You set the bar high for the rest of the room! :)

  10. bj says:

    This is a beautiful pillow…every thing you make is beautiful. :)
    such a lovely bedroom…..

  11. Oh Sonya…you are so right…the pillow is luscious!!!…beautiful bedroom! Have a great weekend!