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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.
Gold Greek Key Lumbar Pillow
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Add some exotic style to your bedroom with this block print-inspired duvet cover. While the palette is neutral, the print is anything but.
Is there anything more calming than a floral cream and blue duvet cover? This beautiful pattern can go coastal, French, or Chinoiserie.
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.
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.
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.
I like the geometric lines of this off-white and aqua patterned pillow. It feels dressy but not overly formal.
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.
Pretty in pink! I love the color pink and definitely feel that it can fit into a modern and cool space. I suggest finding an accent — like this embroidered pillow — in a well-designed style. I love this pattern and think it works with the pink hue.
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.
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.
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.
Made by La Maison Bahira in Marrakech, these embroidered pillow covers are entirely stitched by hand. This coral red would be perfect on my bed — I may need to pick these up for myself!
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.
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.
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.
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.
I love the Moroccan-inspired medallions on this pillow cover from Pottery Barn. It feels like a fresh take on the traditional style.
Suzani pillows are the perfect way to bring a pop of color and a touch of texture to any room. I would love to pair this hand-embroidered vintage suzani pillow cover with a simple white duvet.
This is gorgeous. Velvet and bright pink are two of my favorite things. It would make a beautiful addition to a bed or couch.
Add a metallic suzani cushion to an otherwise boring sofa for a touch of class, glamour and visual interest.
Ikat is all the rage at the moment. I love this colorful cushion cover. The pattern is interesting and it's certain to add the perfect pop of color and pattern to the mix.
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.
Perfect for the upcoming holidays, this blue and white color combination will bring cheer into any room.
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.
This honed travertine tile in a random pattern is great for bathrooms, entryways, mudrooms and kitchens.
Every mom needs a stylish place to rest her tired feet. A Moroccan pouf like this one is a departure from a glider's matching ottoman. Plus, toddlers love to play on them when they get a little older.
This medium-size print would be great for a chair (I'd love it on a spindle chair) or a headboard. You could even do a sofa, as long as it is tailored and has clean lines.
This is such a fun pattern! The simple color scheme and the ornate print would make for a fantastic headboard.
Who wouldn't want a little Greek Isles inspiration in their own backyard? Cover your outdoor furniture in this sturdy fabric from Schumacher, and you'll feel transported in no time.
We would love to cover a pair of armchairs in this fabulous coral ikat from Ballard. They'd go well with an off-white sofa in a living room.
These simple, beachy baskets are perfect for corralling all of your summer essentials in a well-trafficked entryway — from beach towels to sand castle molds, spare sunscreen and flip-flops.
Unique "Hand Painted" Pillow Cover. Ocean Blue color (Set of 2). Exclusive cushion cover Indian made.
"Ornamental Embroidered" Pillow Cover from Banarsi Designs (Set of 2). Orange color. Ideal for Halloween Decor. ndian made.
"Ornamental Embroidered" Pillow Cover from Banarsi Designs (Set of 2). Pink Rose color. Unique Pattern from India.
"Hand Embroidered" Pillow Cover in Orange color (Set of 2). Indian design. Great for Halloween decor.
Unique "Hand Painted" Pillow Cover. Orange color (Set of 2). Exclusive designs, great Decor for Halloween.
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