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This vintage pillow incorporates hand-dyed, hand-spun cross-stitched detailing. I like the idea of tossing it onto a light gray accent chair in a living room.
This quirky pillow mixes plaids and neutral solids that are perfect for fall. I picture it fitting right into a den with a leather armchair.
In my opinion, one of the best combinations is the color pink and polka dots. I'd love to use this pillow in any room to add a bit of color and pattern.
Designed by Ross Menuez, this pillow's dynamic pattern adds movement and drama to your sofa or bedscape.
This beautiful abstract floral will add a giant graphic punch to any room in your home, and will likely inspire you to describe said room around it.
A fun and exuberant take on paisley brings shades of pink and dots. The genius of this pattern is that it works in a nursery, a sophisticated living room, and everywhere in between.
These knitted pillows look like a bunch of sweaters made their way to the couch. They're so comfy and seasonally appropriate.
Now this is a pillow. Made of 100-percent wool felt, it displays the NYC skyline. And there's a night version, too. At over 47-inches long, it'd fit across the length of my couch. Perfect for whole families in need of lumbar support.
It's surprisingly hard to find a sophisticated purple pillow. Most are geared more toward young girls' bedrooms, but not this one. The star pattern on a bronze background looks almost Moroccan in style, and also, thankfully, completely grown up.
Sometimes it's the simplest things that can just make a room come together, like a solid, silk throw pillow in a fresh shade of green.
Union Jack cushions seem to be everywhere these days. We love this tapestry pillow for a quick and easy way to add the Union Jack to any room.
When I think of pillows, one of the most recognized is the ring bearer's pillow! Wouldn't this pillow be gorgeous for a wedding?
DL Rhein makes great patterned and geometrical pillows. This bright raspberry color will not go unnoticed.
I actually own one of these velvet pillows. The color pops against my leather sofa, and the smooth velvet has a luxurious feel.
If you don't have the money to spend on quality furniture, splurge on accessories like pillows, lamps and tabletop decor. These blue beauties would look wonderful on a simple white sofa.
For those whose taste sways towards the modern side, a pair of these graphic, agate-print pillows would be splendid styled on a sofa.
Les Indiennes is one of my favorite textile companies, producing fresh, simple block-printed designs on organic fabrics. This soft cushion would be perfect for curling up with on your daybed for an afternoon nap, and I love the small, subtle print.
There's amazing detail in this block-print and mirrored pillow, and the color combination is one of my absolute favorites.
We all know that adding throw pillows is the easiest and fastest way to add a color trend, like this kelly green.
Pillow Cover, Green
No more empty chairs? No matter. Let guests pulls up a pillow instead. These ample floor cushions are big enough for sitting, and the hand-blocked pattern (different on each side!) lends a little bohemian flair.
The rainbow of pom-poms around this floral pillow doesn't feel over the top. The more sophisticated floral pattern of the cushion, on a mostly white background, is a nice foil for all that color.
Secret Garden Cushion
Monogramming instantly adds a grown-up feel. This elegant pillow is highly customizable, offering a wide variety of monogram styles and colors to suit your child's room.
I've used this beautiful pillow myself, when helping my mom decorate her little cottage on Cape Cod. It fits in perfectly with a coastal palette, yet doesn't overwhelm a space with the usual busy seashell prints.
Cozy up on your couch with this beautiful wool pillow from Jan Constentine. With decorative flower appliques and a quilted edge stitch, it will surely win your heart.
A reversible pillow offers two lovely pillows for the price of one! I love how Etsy seller Modern Coastal has paired a lively Brunschwig & Fils floral with a blue Victoria Hagan print.
I like to echo colors already in the room, and this blue would add depth to some bright turquoise. I love how the pattern adds a sense of drama.
One of my favorite design elements for a small space is using and enjoying negative space. You don't need to fill up every single "space" in your space. This throw pillow repeats this idea by showcasing the pretty embroidered pattern on only part of the pillow — very cool indeed.
These Union Jack pillows might be handcrafted in a family owned facility in North Carolina, but they offer the perfect splash of British flair to any room in your home.
Mustard yellow, grey and white may be one of my favorite color combinations of all time. This pillow looks so vibrant with the mix of those colors and shapes — it just makes me happy to look at it!
Here's a little tie-dye to satisfy your inner hippie, but it comes in a subdued color palette that will go with any contemporary home.
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