I fancy a great throw pillow. I think it’s one of the easiest ways to add color, interest, pattern, and comfort to a space. But there is one thing I hate. A flat, dumpy, sad looking throw pillow that no matter how much you plump it, never quite comes out with the right poof to fabric ratio.
After trying many methods of pillow pooling (very technical term, there), I believe I have come up with a great formula for getting a pretty pillow every time. How do you do this, you may be asking? Well, this is how. Watch below (and watch for the blooper at the end!):
Video/Editing: James Young
Here is a link to where I buy most of my throw pillow inserts (these are the insert sizes, not the cover sizes. Remember the trick to get a bigger size insert than cover from the video!):
They do offer other sizes as well, but these are the sizes I use more frequently. I’ve tested a bunch of sources, and they are they highest quality for the lowest price I’ve found. I hope it’s helpful!
Here’s to comfortable and pretty pillows for all!