Give your space a whole new feel by adding a few spring throw pillows. Bringing in a softer color palate and texture will make the space feel spring ready!
How to Mix and Match Pillows on a Sofa
Before purchasing spring throw pillows, consider the style of the decor in your home. To save money, try to select a color palate that will effortlessly blend with your existing decor and pillows.
Mix and match your current pillows, so that you only have to purchase 3 pillows for each season instead of an entire set.
This living room below would easily transition into any season by adding color around the neutral pillows.
Spring Throw Pillows
Here are some of my favorite throw pillows for spring this year. These pillows have subtle color, but still feel bright and fresh for spring.
All of these colors would transition nicely into summer, so you do not have to change your pillows until fall.
Tips to Mix and Match Pillows
If you already have neutral tones in your home then you use these pillows annually.
I like to keep about 3 neutral pillows on my couch throughout the year then I mix in 2-3 colors seasonally.
The neutral colors of my annual pillows, easily match with any color that I add to my couch.
For instance in the fall I add warm orange tones, shades of red for winter, soft blues or greens for spring, and bright colors for summer.
All of these seasonal colors mix and match nicely with any shades of ivory, greige, taupe, white, or gray.
Spring Throw Pillow Colors
Currently I am into muted colors, so I don’t have to fully commit to a color scheme.
Don’t get me wrong I love a pop of color, but I find that I get tired of bold colors or patterns quickly.
So, I started going with muted shades because the colors match easier and has a soft calming feeling.
Spring Colors in a Living Room
I made a mock up of a living room with subtle spring colors to give you a better idea how to mix and match pillows.
A trick to decorate for beginners is to first start with an area rug or a piece of wall art that you love.
Then pull 2-3 colors from the item and add the color in throughout the room to tie everything together.
Shop the Look
Scroll through below to shop the items in this living room mock up.
If you have trouble mixing and matching colors, try using muted tones or decorating with texture.
Decorating with texture gives you the ability to mix several patterns, while bringing a bit of interest.
Even if you prefer all neutral colors, you should always consider layering and adding as much texture as you can.
Texture makes a room feel inviting and cozy, which will create a space that you won’t ever want to leave.
Below is a perfect example of muted tones and textured in a living room. The colors are soft on the throw pillows, area rug, and surrounding furniture.