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You might be thinking that we are late with this series - the colour that always reminds us of Autumn, Halloween and the changing colour of the leaves. However, perhaps we waited on purpose for the Autumn season to passaccent pillow case baby burlap home and living, so that we could look at orange without pinning it to seasonal décor. It is a sad fact but many home-owners shy away from using orange and it has always been seen as too loud and bright for more than just an accent colour.

That being said, we have seen a slow uprising and if you wanted to take your chances - now is the time! Our orange hues are celebrated in home decorating for how they highlight the rich tones of woods, compliment the cooler hues such as white, grey and blue; not to forget how it can make red and pinks that little bit more exciting! We have inspiration and some great interior design ideas people; starting with kitchen designs for the orange hungry amongst you.

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I'm completely OCD about the beautiful grain sack pillows I’ve been seeing splashed all over the blogoshpere. ?The warmth and texture they add to a room is absolutely delightful. Another bonus (at least in my circus-like household) is that the material used is sturdy enough to hold up to a three-year-old and two large dogs, but still offers beauty and sophistication.But as much as I like the look of burlap, I’ve found that using painters drop cloths makes for a much cuddlier pillow, as they’re a heckofa lot softer while still providing the wonderfully uneven, grainy texture of burlap. And best of all, they’re available for dirt cheap at any home improvement store like Lowe’s or Home Depot.With a pillow-fetish like mine, things can get extremely pricey (hel-lo, have you seen the new Pottery Barn catalog?) In order to combat my addiction, I’ve been buying second-hand pillows at Goodwill, thrift shops, and even garage sales (if the merchandise looks clean and decent.) =}However my selections have always been limited because many of these pillows are just, well… ugly, which is why they were given up in the first place. But I always end up buying them, because there’s nothing sadder than a pillow with good bones collecting dust when it would rather be continually jumped on by a rambunctious toddler. Or pulled off the couch and used as a dog bed (yes, my dogs do this).But after reading this post, it won’t matter how urgly (yes, urgly) your pillow might be, because I’m going to show you how to breathe new life into that poufy baby and make it look like it came from a beautiful, over-priced shop (Pottery Barn here we come)!! ^_^ I prefer to make removable pillow cases so I can update them for the holidays, or can recycle the original pillows if my tastes ever change. (Not likely because I love the beach too much. But still.)