The Eden Pillow, Three Ways

Our Eden pillow features a modern take on a traditional, floral print. We love this pillow because of its bold palette and total versatility.  To prove our point, we styled three different rooms with very different styles—all around Eden.

Preppy Chic | Family Room

For this space, we wanted to create an approachable and livable look that would cater to family needs while still maintaining a serious level of sophistication.  We started off with a pink and blue Georgette rug by Caitlin Wilson. For seating, we chose Serena and Lily's neutral Spruce Street Sofa and a pair of blue club chairs by Blue Print Store. We incorporated our Roz baby alpaca throw in sand to complement the color of the club chairs.

To complete this look, we strategically chose pieces that would add texture, femininity and a little flare. We chose Society Social's rattan coffee table (which is the perfect home for our Lee coffe table book) and a blush velvet poof by Soho Home because we thought their scalloped edges added a subtle feminine touch. Finally, we chose a crystal floor lamp by Kate space as a bold statement piece. 


Modern Chintz | Living Room

Since our Eden pillow is inspired by vintage floral prints, we wanted to create a fancier space centered around chintz decor.  When choosing the key pieces of furniture, we purposely mixed modern and traditional styles to create a look that feels truly unique.  The formal style of Jonathan Adler's bullion fringe Sofa and Oomph's Charleston side table perfectly balances the modern, clean lines of Scout Design's Janus waterfall coffee table

To pull out the pink pops in the Eden pillow, we chose a blush rug One King's Lane, Art by Johanna Tagada and a porcelain table lamp by Madcap Cottage. Finally, for addled layers of floral-spired design we completed this look with our Blake throw pillow and skirted storage ottoman by One Kings Lane.


Coastal Cool | Bedroom

Costal Bedroom Style

After pulling this bedroom look together, we couldn't get over how soothing and stylish it felt. To create a beachy vibe, we selected textured pieces of furniture that complimented the blue and white palette of the Azul striped area rug we chose for the space. We started with Mecox's seagrass canopy bed which we paired with clean, classic bedding by Hill House Home. We love how it's subtle blue trim pulls our sky blue baby alpaca throw and Denton throw pillow together.

For added textural elements, we chose an indigo raffia nightstand by Serena & Lily, stacked Kelly Wearstler table lamp and macrame chair by Jayson Home.