Post by Tracy Kaler.
Let’s talk pillows. We’ve already done an overview of shams, but what about some serious sham inspiration? Whether you realize it or not, shams can quickly transform the look of your bed. No matter if you prefer standard or Euro, knife-edge or trimmed, a pair of custom pillow covers could be all the décor your bedroom is asking for. Peruse the photos below for easy sham ideas to apply to your own sleep space.
Imagine this room without the shams; it would be a tad dull wouldn’t it? It’s amazing how those two lovely boxed pillows enhance a very traditional space. The trims introduce the right amount of detail too.
Traditional Bedroom by Chagrin Falls Design-Build Firms W Design Interiors
We’ve discussed how monograms can add personality to a space. A layer of throw pillows acts as a backdrop for the crisp white shams in this girly bedroom.
Eclectic Bedroom by Philadelphia Interior Designers & Decorators Caitlin Wilson
These shams throw a dash of pattern into this Chicago home. The floral picks up the blue wall color and connects every element in the room.
Transitional Bedroom by Chicago Interior Designers & Decorators Tom Stringer Design Partners
This teen bedroom doesn’t lack color or pattern but gets a dose of city skyline on its shams. This space beats a dorm room any day.
Eclectic Kids by Chicago Interior Designers & Decorators DM Designs
Elegant and neutral, this calming Denver bedroom successfully boasts toile, seersucker, florals, and stripes. The button and ruffle introduce interesting details to the otherwise plain shams.
Farmhouse Bedroom by Golden Architects & Building Designers Todd Remington Architect
This twin bed uses a simple green and white pattern on a single sham with a smaller throw pillow in front. Every item is perfectly proportioned to the rest of the space in this Salt Lake City Bedroom.
Traditional Bedroom by Salt Lake City Interior Designers & Decorators Caitlin Creer Interior Design
This mostly white room is modeled after a luxury hotel. Euro shams with embroidered edges complete the look. Remember, shams like these can be laundered with your sheets and duvet cover – an advantage over others, which usually require dry cleaning.
Contemporary Bedroom by Boston Interior Designers & Decorators Su Casa Designs