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Adorable pattern, great colors — what's not to like about this lumbar pillow? It's just the right size to support your lower back on a glider.
I like the fresh teal and white colors of this cushion. It's also amazingly well priced, which is a definite bonus.
Teal Leaf Cushion
This floral pillow feels more traditional with its embroidered floral pattern and green and orange color palette. The pom-poms add a whimsical edge.
This is the perfect pillow: simple, colorful, with clean lines. I'd throw it on the couch or the bed.
A starburst urchin design makes for a modern fabric pattern. Mix and match with solids or smaller patterns.
I adore everything about this pillow: the simple pattern, pretty colors and the texture. It also reverses to velvety cotton.
Turbine 20" Pillow
I just cannot be thankful enough for Sunbrella fabric! It's made it possible for us to bring high style and comfort to our outdoor spaces. Spruce up your outdoor furniture with this beautiful botanical pillow, and don't worry about mold or fading. Pull it indoors in the winter to bring a bit of the...
With its dandelion-like print, Thom Filicia's "Burnet" for Kravet makes a sophisticated yet whimsical pillow cover.
During his reign on the Paris runways, Christian Lacroix dazzled audiences with his exhilarating ways of mixing fabrics, prints, textures and colors to create unforgettable couture.
Seasonal patterns need not be literal. This modern print has a lively color scheme and would look great amongst midcentury decor.
Patch Print Cushion
These pillow covers are made from real sailboat sails! Use one to add nautical flair and a pop of color to a neutral sofa.
This Kravet Inessa fabric is a slubby cotton that has a basket weave texture. I could see this in a youthful, but classic living room.
Add texture and geometry to the mix of throw pillows on your sofa with this clever modern pillow. These circles add an extra dimension.
If you're not a fan of color, be sure to include texture with your accessories. These pillows would be ethereal and intriguing.
Trying to capture that casual-chic feel in your home decor? Take a cue from this modern lady lounging on her stylish couch. Softly sketched in watercolors, she looks both relaxed and up to date, giving this throw pillow a cozy, contemporary vibe. Toss it on your own couch and you'll feel like...
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.
If a monogrammed pillow is your style, this monogram encircled by branches makes a beautiful choice.
Two things I need more of in my living room: Pillows and something shiny. (Every room could use a bit of bling, in my humble opinion.) This cushion checks off both requirements with its cool silver hexagonal pattern.
Fan Coral Outdoor Pillow
An easy way to add a touch of lodge decor to your home is with pillows. Use these bolsters in various plaids on chairs and couches.
This pillow with trim is a bit less bold, but still a '90s bright in the color aqua! I love the Greek key detail.
This pillow cover is beautiful in indigo coeur fabric. Declare your love for your home, and toss one or two of these pretty pillows on your seating. I think they would be a fun touch of glam in a serious room like a library — why not?
For the perfect touch of soft sunny yellow, toss a pair of these embroidered Greek key pillows onto your bed or sofa. I think they would also look fantastic in a sunroom, or even bring them onto your outdoor patio.
This funky pillow zigs and zags without actually zig-zagging. The dynamic pattern and acute color choices make it a groovy and artful choice to spice up your pattern and color palette.
"Oh my, Uncle Beefy! What big cushions you have!" I know, right? And, just how smashing would these lovelies look on this tufted sectional? Quite, I'd say!
Enormous Stag Cushions
This lovely geometric pillow cover adds an interesting pattern to your fabric mix, and it's longer-than-it-is-high is another great part of the group. The gorgeous blue and white palette can stretch from relaxed coastal to formal regency style.
Don't forget the pillows! I prefer outdoor pillow covers in the mudroom — just throw them in the wash when needed. Switch them out with the seasons for a whole new look at an easy price.
Noted pet portrait artist Scott Lifshutz is behind this watercolor turned pillow cover. Simple and pretty with beautiful colors.
I have a serious throw pillow addiction, and this chic pair just sent it to a whole other level! WANT.