250 Mediterranean Pillows
The right set of decorative pillows can make a huge difference in the style of your home. A few well-placed pillows are an easy way to add a bold accent or flair that can be changed in and out with ease. However, because so many decorative pillows are exquisitely made by hand today, purchasing a few can really add up in price. The great thing about shopping for a decorative pillow online is that you can find a pillow in just about any shape, size, style, or color. Consider the following when deciding what pillows to purchase: More
Something about Greek key trim lends a regal air to any application. This lumbar pillow gets double the royal treatment then, thanks to two strips hugging either side of center.
Navy Greek Key Lumbar Pillow
$85 · Only 5 Left
The aqua pattern really pops off the linen background of this pillow, drawing the eye and adding interest. Consider this a quick and easy fix for any room that could use a punchy accent color.
Marrakesh Mixer Pillow, Aqua
$96 · Only 5 Left
Paired with some cheery yellow pillows, these garden-inspired pillow covers would rock a sunroom (plus, they're handmade). I like that they're removable too, so you can easily wash them whenever needed.
I'd toss this throw pillow onto a glider or rocker to help give an eclectic vibe to a nursery. The primary color combination works well for a boy or girl.
These pillows in a tribal print are some of my favorites. I love the look of hand-screened block printing, and the repetitive floral pattern is a nice rest for the eyes.
Bring a bold Moroccan-inspired print to your sofa or day bed with this lovely wool pillow. The stunning red and white pattern is hand embroidered onto the front panel of this zipper closed pillow, which is solid red on the back, and filled with cushiony down for ultimate comfort.
Red Moroccan Pillow
What a pretty print for spring! I love the contrast of orange and white. Pair with bright drapes and it's a great spring statement.
These ikat pillows are exciting — a great way to bring in global style and add a punch of color to your sofa. Love the colors of golden yellow and gray.
Paprika Ikat Pillow
This lovely blue and white Ikat pattern has exploded in popularity in the past few years and shows no signs of going out of style. It's a wonderful and exotic addition to your pattern palette, and the crisp blue and white color palette keeps things classic.
I love the patterns on this pillow. The swirling circles remind me of strong winds and the wavy sea!
Suzani typically feels a little more Old World, but this layout from Pottery Barn gives it a completely new graphic look. I could take two or three of these, please.
Embroidery is on trend right now, and you can enjoy a cheery pop of spring with this golden embroidered pillow cover. It's a great way to breathe fresh life into your sofa.
I use a lot of pillows to add interest to a design. I prefer to mix patterns and scales to draw your eye to the sofa and make it a focal point in the room.
I like the geometric lines of this off-white and aqua patterned pillow. It feels dressy but not overly formal.
This pair of Italian challis pillows is extraordinary. The detailed pattern and gorgeous coloring has us swooning! Sure to make any chair or couch stand right out.
Another cool theme for design: Indian-inspired. This embroidered throw pillow doubles as a floor cushion, too — perfect for small space entertaining.
This pillow cover is sewn from a fabric that's Uzbekistan-meets-Pennsylvania Dutch. It's an intricate suzani pattern that will add a layer of global style to your home.
This pattern recalls time-worn tile floors in the Mediterranean. Several colors are available, but this blue is my favorite.
I love the Moroccan-inspired medallions on this pillow cover from Pottery Barn. It feels like a fresh take on the traditional style.
A pillow covered with an antique kilim (a kind of a rug). It's made of wool. Colored with natural dyes. It has Anatolian and Middle Eastern patterns.
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