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The vines on this pillow criss cross to make an interesting pattern. The bright blue adds a splash of color to any room.
This sunshine yellow chevron pillow is perfect. Add a monogram and it screams Palm Beach style. I love this one.
Add orange silk pillows for the energy they bring. These ones are fun, and you could add white ribbon trim if you are in a DIY frame of mind.
Such a great white pillow. I love the layered ribbons that give a great texture to the design. I love having white in any room — it gives such a clean and airy feel, and this pillow is perfect for that.
The patterns and colors of this pillow make it an interesting piece. The intricate beadwork also shows a lot of work went into creating this pillow. It's a lovely accent pillow for any chair in the house.
Peter Pan is one of my daughter's favorite books. She'd get such a kick out of seeing this pillow on her bed.
Worn stripes work like a solid; you can pair them with almost any other pattern. These pillow covers from Pottery Barn are perfectly worn and tailored at the same time.
Rainbow is the happiest color. I'd be beyond happy to have this pretty number on my couch, my bed, my chair — pretty much anywhere.
Can you ever go wrong with a cabana stripe pillow? They beckon to the warmer summer months and are such a chic way to add a little bit of prep to your space.
These Moroccan wedding blanket pillow covers are beautiful. I mean, really beautiful. These handwoven cotton pieces resemble ancient textiles and create a homey, cozy accent for your home.
Pillows are one of the fastest and easiest ways to breathe new life into your space. They can add an instant pop of color and be switched out with the seasons.
This handmade French silk tapestry pillow from Richard Rothstein and Co. looks like it came straight out of Versailles. It's utterly feminine and sweet.
White linen accent pillows just scream bring on the spring! This yellow geometric print with a pom pom trim is just lovely.
Animal motifs, Indian prints and Moroccan textiles have staying power in the design world. Scoop up an accent piece like this pillow from John Robshaw to add exotic flair to your pad.
Let's face it: Guys can get overwhelmed by too much pattern in colors that are too eye-catching. While I'll never give up my love for pattern, I am willing to budge on the color. This pillow is chic enough for you but still graphic enough for him. Plus, it's a great reminder that sometimes black...
Alan Campbell's "Potalla" from Quadrille Fabrics has to be one of my favorites, and this blue colorway is soothing and beautiful. Mix this pillow with some solid navy velvet and you're in business.
Who would have ever thought to bring the sparkle to the couch? West Elm, that's who. This metallic pillow cover will take any run-of-the-mill couch from drab to fab in a snap.
I love using graphic fabrics when creating a warm and inviting outdoor area. Punchy pillows scattered around can add charm and texture to your seating areas.
Like a beautiful botanical print, the details in this Blue Passion Flower linen pillow are truly amazing. Vivid colors bring this pillow to life!
Add a chevron patterned accessory, like this beautifully vibrant pillow, to your room. This would look amazing if you have a window seat.
This pilllow has it all. Its style is inspired by African Kuba cloth, it adds a dynamic graphic pattern to the room, and it's a feel-good purchase, as it's handcrafted in rural India by a women's livelihood project working toward sustainability. • 100% Silk.• Button closure.• 16"sq.• Accommodates...
Subtle enough to fit right in on your sofa or bed, this hot air balloon print is sophisticated enough for any decor.
The large dots on this pillow add so much drama. It's a small piece that is sure to make a statement.
I love the Moroccan-inspired medallions on this pillow cover from Pottery Barn. It feels like a fresh take on the traditional style.
Much like a wardrobe needs a few fresh pieces at the start of a new season, in my opinion, so does a home. Spring-ify your bedroom with a colorful, happy pillow or two, like this yellow floral design from D. Porthault.
It must be the landscape architect in me, who suffered through so many drawing classes, trying to capture the look of all the trees. I am in awe of just how charming this rendering of this grove is, and it would make a lovely accent with just about any pattern palette.
I think these throw pillows would be ideal for creating a lazy, outdoor chill-out area. Throw at least one of each design on the floor and grab your favorite book.
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