7 Outdoor Decorating Tips from Interior Designer Ashley Gilbreath

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Cushion Source™ is pleased to feature interior designer Ashley Gilbreath, founder of Ashley Gilbreath Interior Design and owner of PARISH Shoppe, as our guest blogger this month. Gilbreath previously worked with famed designer Richard Keith Langham in New York City before she went on to perfect her craft in the commercial, hospitality, and residential design industries with numerous clients across the U.S. Gilbreath’s aesthetic vision produces timeless design traditions of blending old and new elements into sophisticated works of art. Her unique perspective results in spaces that are both relaxed and versatile.

Located in the charming Cloverdale Village of Montgomery, Ala., PARISH Shoppe also houses her custom design studio. Gilbreath recently loaned us her studio to use as a backdrop for a Cushion Source photo shoot. During the shoot, she was kind enough to share some of her trade secrets for decorating outdoors with custom cushions and pillows.

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March Picture Perfect Gift Card Giveaway Winner

March Picture Perfect Gift Card Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to our March 2015 Picture Perfect Gift Card Giveaway winner, Donna B. of Blair, Wisconsin! Donna submitted a photo of her modern rustic outdoor seating area featuring ultra cool modern Adirondack chairs. While Adirondack chairs are timeless, they can be a bit uncomfortable. Donna remedied this with the addition of custom economical chair cushions in Sunbrella Taupe (5461-0000) from Cushion Source. Donna’s cushions not only provide comfort, they also look great on her modern Adirondack chairs! Thanks, Donna! Read more

#trending: 2014 Color Trends

#trending: 2014 Color Trends

Hmm… how to describe this year’s color trends?

I think the best way to provide an idea of some 2014 décor color trends is by looking at the peacock feather. Bold and bright, the peacock feather features an array of jewel tones including turquoise, aquamarine and deep sapphire blue, as well as peridot and dramatic emerald green. Just as the peahen is enchanted by the peacock’s feathers, these hues are also mesmerizing to the human eye. While other intense colors are also trending this year, these particular blue and green tones are bold without being overzealous – that is, unless you want them to be! Read more