277 Mediterranean Pillows and Throws
When you’re looking for a change in your living room or bedroom, one of the best ways to add flair is by mixing up your throw pillows and throw blankets. If you have primarily neutral furniture, decorative accents are a great way to add those important pops of personality, especially when they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and patterns. More
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.
Cushion Horseshoe Arch in Teal features a distinctive arch motif that beautifully combines colour and pattern. The design is a fusion of Scandinavian style with Moorish and Mediterranean design influences.
Cushion: Horseshoe Arch Teal
I like the geometric lines of this off-white and aqua patterned pillow. It feels dressy but not overly formal.
I love the geometric design and simplicity of this pillow. The velvet trim keeps it textured and soft.
This is a gorgeous Nautical pillow made from an Irish linen scarf, which shows a variety of different knots for a mariner. It is a true blue indigo linen with great clear printing.
Two of my favorite patterns meet in this dynamic throw pillow: ikat and chevron! I love both so much that I've written ideabooks about each, so I cannot resist it.
Moroccan Wool Floor Poufs. Huge one of a kind extraordinary floor cushions made from vintage 100% wool Moroccan carpets. Dimensions 30 x 30 x 8. sizes vary. Zipper closure and down inserts.
Moroccan hand woven wool pom pom blankets with huge pom poms imported from Morocco for sale from Victoria Taylor Design. Euro size in myriad of colors. s.
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.
The leather is the star of this classy leather and linen Arabesque pillow. Cut into a beautiful appliqué pattern, the toffee leather will add stunning detail to your room. I would love to see it balancing out some bold, colorful pillows.
Vintage textiles are so great for adding depth and personality to a room — I just can't get enough of them. The pink one is my favorite because it adds a great pop of color.
These embroidered pillows are crafted by Mushmina, a company that employs over 75 fair-trade artisans in Northern Africa. Inspired by Moroccan motifs, these pillows are begging to be tossed on my couch.
Moroccan wedding blankets are stunning works of art, and incorporating that unique detail and style in the form of a throw pillow is the perfect nod towards the style in a modern living room.
This pillow has a beautiful pattern. It looks like it was purchased on a far away adventure. I would love to mix this pillow in with others. It would be sure to be the favorite.
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.
Timeless design and neutral colors mean this pillow could fit into virtually any design scheme. A pair would look so chic on a black linen settee.
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.
Olive Green Greek Key Lumbar Pillow
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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
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This Trina Turk embroidered pillow evokes Mediterranean textiles and would be amazing against a white chair in a light-filled space.
At the foot of a bed or used as a throw in wintertime, a suzani is versatile and stylish. It can even make for great wall art.
This color combo is currently one of my favorites! I love the traditional ikat print in an unexpected color palette.
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.
Totally noncommittal and fun, these colorful throws have a great print and are an effortless way to test drive the trend.
These days, I am obsessed with kilim rugs made into pillows. We are picking a neutral-colored couch and I plan to go crazy with colorful and bohemian chic pillows like this.
Add a metallic suzani cushion to an otherwise boring sofa for a touch of class, glamour and visual interest.
This gorgeous pillow reminds me of a Gee's Bend quilt, though it comes from halfway around the world from there.
A former antique rug turned pillow, this piece is punchy and vibrant — perfect as an accent to a natural palette.
Do you know someone who dreams of strolling the markets of Istanbul in hot pursuit of textiles? Until they get that chance, they'll be thrilled with this Kilim pillow on Etsy. There is a wide variety of beautiful pillows in Etsy seller sukan's store.
This is gorgeous. Velvet and bright pink are two of my favorite things. It would make a beautiful addition to a bed or couch.
This handwoven Ikat pillow cover is the perfect for a small loveseat. I would love to see it paired against a black or deep gray fabric.
Oh we are still wild for Ikat patterns, and these yummy shades of pink will warm up the room while the design adds global style.
I just love the way texture, pattern and color meet on this stunning pillow. The circle in the middle adds geometry while the intricate vines and details add a whole other layer.
A casual throw blanket in navy and white says beach house all over it, but the Greek key pattern takes it up a notch and keeps the look refined.
Pair of pillows made with black hand-embroidery of whimsical animals by Otomi women in Mexico. Exquisitely embroidered Otomi textiles on off white muslin cloth, handmade in Mexico with cotton muslin backing.
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.
Lovely 12 X 18 inch pillow cover. I’ve created its unique design using mixture of plain and patterned fabric panels in beige, brown, green and teal blue. Then I added brown lace, satin ribbons and emroidery as a final touch.