Let's get back to basics.
Pillows actually have a utilitarian purpose.
They support our necks and backs. They provide a cushion and a padding so we are comfortable in our chosen stance.
They are not meant to constantly get in the way.
They do not exist solely for the purpose of bedroom photography shoots for magazines.
Why? Oh why, do they have so many rows of pillows on beds nowadays?
Everywhere I look - it's at least 4 rows of pillow!
Check it out.
|And this is the guest room - you will be sleeping between Rows 3 and 4.|
|11 pillows! Including the one on the floor. |
Are you serious?
|Is Octo-mom sharing her bed with all her kids or something?|
|Psuedo minimalist look. But look...one pillow fell on the flooooor. Nah nah nah nah nah.|
|The lone pillow out front is so prevalent everywhere, I bet there is a special word for that now in the decorating world. |
Checkmate pillow perhaps?
|Almost looks inviting until you have to move all those pillows before you go to sleep.|
|Please tell me this belongs to a family of Turkish farmers who can only afford one bed.|
|Someone letting go and slowly seeing the error of their ways - pillows at the end of the bed...|
|The only time so many pillow are necessary - if you are an artist renting a room in a French renovated barn with a crappy mattress - then totally understandable.|