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Customer’s Own Material
$119.00 – $149.00
Send us your fabric, choose your COM pillow sizes and finishes, and we will make them just for you in our two U.S. workrooms!
- Shipped within 7 Business Days of Fabric Receipt
- Prices Include FREE Ground Shipping
- Trade-Quality Inserts Included
- Expert Hand Craftsmanship
- Made in the USA
“Designer Fluff is our go-to source for pillows. What do we like about Designer Fluff? Professional, reliable, and incredibly friendly to work with, plus short lead times and beautiful packaging for trade quality throw pillows in today’s hottest fabrics. Multiple sizes for any need!”
“We really enjoy working with Designer Fluff. We’ve used them on a number of jobs, both transitional and contemporary. Our clients have been really happy with the product. Their fabric collection is fantastic, and always growing! Their customer service is top notch! They really stand by their product. Can’t wait to use them on my next project!”
FAQ—Frequently Asked Questions
What makes Designer Fluff pillows different?
At DF, we are exclusively dedicated to creating pillows of tangible, lasting quality, made in our two US workrooms by career seamsters who specialize in the craft of pillow making. Your projects will benefit from our timely, cost-effective production process and our top-quality finishes, including: careful pattern matching, joining both sides of the pillow; finely-finished durable seams; and concealed, zippered closures.
As an interior design professional, your clients count on you to make their home uniquely their own. In turn, you can count on Designer Fluff to be your throw pillow workroom, providing each of your interiors with that sophisticated, personal finishing touch.
What kind of pillow fillers do you use?
We offer two types of high quality inserts:
Our most popular inserts for residential applications are 25% down and 75% feather.
We also have a synthetic Microloft insert, our most popular insert for commercial applications and for people with allergies. You may select which type of insert you would like from the drop down menu when you place your order.
What is a knife edge?
Our knife edge seam is the cleanest and simplest form of finishing our pillows. The DF pillows in the stack pictured below all feature a knife edge.
What is a self-welt edge?
Our self welt is 3/8″ piping that is used in place of a seam to give the pillow a finished look.
The top 2 pillows, in the stack pictured below, have self-welt edges.
Who makes your pillows?
Each Designer Fluff pillow is handmade, with exemplary craftsmanship, in one of two American workrooms specializing in interior design applications. We have one workroom in New York and one in Austin, allowing us to get your pillows shipped to you as soon as possible.
How is the reverse side of DF pillows finished?
The designer fabric you send us covers both sides of the pillow, and patterns are expertly matched at all seams.
How are Designer Fluff pillows closed?
All Designer Fluff pillows are closed with a concealed zipper. (See close-up, below.)
How do my clients care for their pillows?
Since we use concealed zippers, the covers can be removed and cleaned. We highly recommend dry cleaning to extend the life of your pillows. And don’t forget to fluff them!
How do I know which pillow size to buy?
We offer our pillows in the sizes and shapes most commonly used in the design industry. The various sizes, shapes and patterns lend themselves to layering for an effortless designer look. The 18″ square pillow is the most common size, followed by 20″ square. If you have a lower back or more modern sofa, we recommend the 18″ square pillows and/or the smaller lumbar size of 12×20″. Those are also great sizes for twin, full, and queen size beds. They usually work nicely for most chairs as well. For larger sofas and king size beds, you may want to try our larger square and lumbar size pillows. Keep in mind the width, depth, and height of the application you are working with to choose the correct scale of your pillows.
If you are still in doubt as to which size is best for your space, use a measuring tape so you can be sure. Remember, these are just general tips, rules are meant to be broken!