As Filling Spaces has grown, our textiles have been used by many talented interior designers. If you've ever been curious about more ways to style Filling Spaces products, take these cues from the best. Below you'll find a compiled list of seven of our all time favorite features and why we think they're working.
Design By: Kate Lester Interiors | Photography By: Amy Bartlam
We love this modern, lush yet approachable bedroom by Kate Lester Interiors featuring our Corrie Pillow. Here are a few design takeaways from Kate's approach.
1. Pinks & Blues work really well together.
Tip: When using color in the bedroom, opt for more muted shades to add a sense of calm.
2. Pops of color make a bedroom feel inviting and contemporary.
Tip: Tie contrasting colors together with similar textures like velvet.
3. Sticking to a color theme makes it easy to mix patterns without it feeling visually overwhelming.
Tip: Mix patterns according to color palette.
Design By: Lindsey Brooke Design | Photography By: Amy Bartlam
We are bigs fans of Lindsey Borchard's clean, modern, casual California aesthetic. This elegant, yet fresh and contemporary living room by Lindsey features our Overdyed Amalika Pillow. Here are a few design takeaways from Lindsey's approach.
1. A pop of mustard is never a bad idea.
Tip: Add a pop of mustard furniture to a space with white walls & light floors. It adds a sense of warmth and doubles as an art piece.
2. As Lindsey says, "We never want things to be too matchy-matchy." Pairing unique, seemingly contrasting colors and furniture styles can work really well.
Tip: Elevate your color game by pairing Mustards with Pale Blues.
3. Subtly patterned textiles with a worn look add casual sophistication to coastal interiors.
Tip: Aiming for that effortless California aesthetic? Incorporate pattern by using textiles with a worn look and feel.
Design By: Ginny MacDonald | Photography By: Tessa Neustadt
"Ginny’s style tends to err on the side of traditional taking inspiration from her old English heritage with her new California roots. Fusing both those styles with modern day essentials and midcentury classics brings an overall eclectic vibe to her designs."In this room Ginny uses our Koyota Marine Pillow. Here are a few design takeaways from Ginny's approach.
1. Moroccan Beni Ourain Rugs will never go out of style.
Tip: To achieve a timeless yet unfussy look chose a Black & White Beni Ourain rug instead of colored.
2. Triangle Motifs will always be classic.
Tip: Want a room to feel lived-in and homey yet sophisticated? Chose fabrics that are hand block printed with a classic motif.
3. You can't go wrong when pairing Blues with Black & White.
Tip: Chose Blue as an accent color in spaces mostly comprised of neutrals and black and white.
Design By: Design Shop Interiors | Photography By: Nicole Dianne
Based out of Sacramento, Design Shop masters that clean and polished, yet effortless, light and bright California style we love so much. This room features our Aspen Ash Pillow. Here's why it's working.
1. Layering rugs in neutral tones with different natural textures creates the perfect environment for a good night's sleep.
Tip: To create a sense of calm in the bedroom use white and off-white tones paired with natural fibers like wool and jute.
2. Light Blush may have been everywhere a few years ago but this room proves why it has staying power.
Tip: To give your space a sophisticated and slightly feminine feel, throw in a few touches of blush.
3. Opposites attract.
Tip: Add a piece of black furniture in a mostly neutral room to create a classic, polished look.
Design By: E. Interiors
Dawn and Terry, the mother-daughter team behind E. Interiors create the most beautiful spaces. They focus on lots of light and natural materials and have a keen eye for that amazing textile or ceramic piece. This room features our Custom Pouf with Rimjim White Fabric and it's the perfect example of how our poufs can be used. Here are the takeaways.
1. Neutrals are the furthest thing from boring.
Tip: Use statement pieces of furniture in neutral colors to make a space feel modern and high-end.
2. Subtly patterned textiles add just the right amount of texture and interest to a neutral space.
Tip: When choosing textiles for a neutral space think soft colors and subtle patterns.
3. Accessories are key.
Tip: When styling a light and bright space stick to white or off white ceramics and books, use an element of glass and elevate brightness by adding a mirror.
Design By: Brady Tolbert | Photography By: Amy Bartlam
Brady Tolbert, a designer, prop stylist and the former Editorial and Creative Director for Emily Henderson has mastered the art of creating a livable, yet highly curated space with his LA home. Here he has styled his couch with our Raga Black Pillow. What we can learn from Brady...
1. A Black and White Color scheme is never a bad idea.
Tip: When in doubt, you can't go wrong with black & white. This color combo oozes sophistication and is easy to pair with a variety of accessories.
2. Natural brass elements add warmth and elegance to any space.
Tip: When using brass make sure at least two accessories in the room have a brass element so the design stays cohesive.
3. Chose your art wisely. An abstract black & white print will always remain current and can be paired with practically anything.
Tip: When selecting art make sure that it has staying power. Look for abstract pieces in black & white.
Design By: Tina Rich Design
Tina Rich is an interior designer based in New York that utilizes boutique textiles, handmade ceramics and of the moment colors to create fresh, modern interiors. Here, Tina has outfitted Karlie Kloss's office with our Dinam Pillow. What we can take away from Rich's design...
1. Incorporating texture is key when decorating loft-like spaces.
Tip: In a space with concrete floors, layer rugs with different textures to add warmth.
2. Pastels are the perfect accent in light & bright spaces.
Tip: Use pastels in work spaces to create a feeling of serenity.
3. Furniture with circular elements makes the office more inviting.
Tip: Try incorporating a round coffee table or stools to make a work space feel open and playful.