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It is hard to choose a favorite from this shop, but I am really loving the Ikat prints. I would put one of these made with the DwellStudio Ikat Trellis fabric on my favorite armchair.
Thes soft floor pillows are available in 6 different shapes and sizes. Prices vary. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
I absolutely adore this air mail pillow. It has such fanciful script in — is that French? Well, whatever it is, it's going to look très chic in a travel-themed room.
This Etsy shop run by a mother-daughter team carries a wide range of handmade cushions in fun prints at affordable prices. Bonus: shipping is only $2.99 to anywhere in the United States.
Spice things up on the couch with a modern ikat pillow cover. Mix and match patterns and colors for added interest. I'm picturing this pillow in a light-filled space with subtle tan walls, a white slipcovered couch and other accessories in yellow.
This modern pillow will be a great addition to a sofa. You can always play with pillows, as long the colors are similar and/or coherent.
Pillows are a great way to add color to any outdoor space or patio. I love these bold corals, blues and greens. And the ikat pattern is such a fun trend right now.
The geometric pattern of this pillow has a crisp look in chocolate and white. I love how the chocolate looks as if it has been drawn on with a marker showing natural highlights and lowlights. I'd use a pair in a master bedroom with a colorful floral lumbar resting just in front.
I personally own a pair of outdoor Pillow Peels that sit beautifully on my swing on my front porch. Not only are they beautiful to look at but they are super durable — they've made it through many storms. Every couple of months, I just throw them in the washing machine and voila!
When you think spring you probably don't think ikat, but think again! In a chartreuse and white color palette, the traditional pattern can morph into a springy inspiration.
The polka dot print is youthful and fun, but the neutral color palette is modern and sophisticated. This ain't your 3-year-old's polka dotted pillow!
This pillow is darling. The yellow heart reminds me of sunny days and all things happy. I'd love to use it in any room of my house.
I am scared to mix and match patterns. Fortunately, this pillow set is already mixed and matched. It will alleviate any anxiety you might feel when trying to decide if two very different patterns can work well together.
Modern floral prints keep your decor from falling into the dreaded granny category. These red blooms could carry you through the summer months as well.
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I try to buy handmade as often as I can. This pillow cover is so beautifully handmade and only a fraction of the price of similar pillows found at any home decor stores. It comes in three different sizes, all of them sell for the same price. Score!
This colorful chevron cover would work well in a nursery or child's bedroom. The pattern and colors are playful.
This airy gray and yellow floral would be nice in a master bedroom where a soothing, calming atmosphere is still desirable in the spring.
There's something about a classic Jaguar that is positively shagadelic! I love that Jonathan Adler has memorialized one...on a pillow...in...needlepoint?!?! Why not?
This just might be the prettiest outdoor pillow I've seen. The durability of outdoor fabric can't be beat. This one is so pretty, I'd even use it indoors — outdoor cushions clean up easily, which makes them great to use in your kitchen space.
A black-and-white chevron pillow in this size is hard to find. I love this on a queen-sized bed with a crisp white duvet cover.
Pep up a dull office chair (and add a bit of lower back support) with this bright modern cushion in cotton and felt that was inspired by traditional Hawaiian designs.
Pillows aren't only great for dressing up interiors — you can find a variety of pillows made with indoor/outdoor fabrics that can be tossed outside when the weather allows. You have the freedom to go bolder with patterns and colors outdoors.
Made out of rug and vintage floral fabric, I can only image how soft and cuddly this elephant pillow is! It looks so soft and huggable!
Alright, here's the deal: This pillow costs $129.00. That's steep (but it is hand-sewn). However, it will be the luxurious star. Then you can fill in with inexpensive throw pillows from Target or Walmart and they'll all look fabulous because this one is there. Trust me. Another option is all-white...
What better way to make your child feel special than by personalizing his or her room. This pillow allows you to create a character to the liking of your child. These are so cute, I might have to create one that resembles me!
With its dandelion-like print, Thom Filicia's "Burnet" for Kravet makes a sophisticated yet whimsical pillow cover.
Looking for a playful punch of graphic pattern? I love this take on Ikat! Plus, it comes in so many different colors, and the price is unbeatable.
Schumacher's "Kasari Ikat" is the perfect marriage of ikat and chevron in a small-scale pattern and provides a neutral backdrop for other large-scale patterned pillows.
Throw pillows are a great way to bring in a bit of mint green color to a space. These damask-printed pillows offer a lovely design.