Types of Pillows You Absolutely Need at Home

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While pillows may seem to be some of the most basic items in the home, you might actually be surprised at how different types can help spruce up and add function to your home. Available in a wide array of shapes, sizes, and designs, there are tons of options when it comes to pillows. This is why it can really be challenging to pick out the ones you need when faced with the challenge of shopping for home pillows.

If you’re on the search for some pillows to use as accents and sleeping tools at home, here’s a list of the essentials we recommend.

Rectangular standard bed pillows

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When you say pillow, the rectangular ones are the first thing that will come to mind for a lot of people. As most of us only use pillows for sleeping, the standard bed pillows are the most commonplace for the general populace. Standard size measures 20×30″ but variations are also available that can go up to 20×72″.


Salem Bed Regular Pillows
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Bolster Pillows

Bolster Pillow

Also known as “hotdog” pillows, bolster pillows add depth to your bed’s styling and serves as an excellent dantayan for when you sleep. They come in a wide range of measurements, so it is up to you how long you want yours to be.


Salem Bed Bolster Pillow

Throw Pillows


Throw pillows are some of the most versatile kinds of accessories at home. Both decorative and functional, you should definitely get a few in your living room, bedroom, even kitchen (if your space allows it), and porch.

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For inquiries regarding Salem Bed pillows, contact our Retail Department at (02) 432 0562.


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