Guest Picks: Pillows for the Chinoiserie Chic Home
This colorful dragon pillow is 100 percent linen and 100 percent fabulous. It's so perfect for this Chinese Year of the Dragon.
This bolster pillow is navy blue linen with pink and white Greek key trim. I have this pillow in my living room on a pale blue ghost chair.
A pillow with pink chinoiserie print and a black and white striped ruffle trim would be so lovely in a girl's nursery or bedroom.
Pagodas are the essence of chinoiserie style, and this pillow is 100-percent linen with luscious colors.
Tony Duquette once said that the color coral was his neutral. It is a color I adore. It looks so fabulous with the black and white Greek key trim.
Based on Japanese woodblock prints, the geisha pillow from Thomas Paul is ideal for a modern space.
A pagoda garden pavilion is featured on this elegant and neutral linen pillow from Thomas Paul.
A beautifully embroidered peacock pillow is quite chic and elegant.
If you follow my blog, Chinoiserie Chic, you know that my blog header has two elephants similar to those on this John Robshaw pillow.
Here is a needlepoint pink flamingo Audobon pillow for that Palm Beach, preppy, chinoiserie style.
This is a truly stunning Aubusson flamingo pillow that's perfect for adding a very luxurious touch.
I have a pair of these wonderful Chinese Emperor Pillows from Dana Gibson myself!
The Dana Gibson Empress Pillow in tan has such a great look. My pair is the focal point of my sun room.
Greek key in lime green by Tina Turk is a must for the chinoiserie home.
These stunning velvet and silk Greek key pillows are for a very elegant living room.
You have to check out all the colors of these Jill Sorensen Greek key pillows; they are absolutely delicious.
This wonderful limited-edition needlepoint pillow of a monkey riding an elephant is so darling!
Perfect for the traditionally luxe chinoiserie home is this lovely needlepoint pillow with a brown ginger jar on a blue background.
For the fan of blue and white chinoiserie, here is a stunning ginger jar needlepoint pillow.
This is an incredible pair of antique, 19th-century, French chinoiserie pillows.
This Lilly Pulitzer fabric Tail Lights is a favorite of mine with its Chinese dragon. I especially like this hot pink and white colorway — imagine it on a white sofa.
I adore the colors of this classic blue and white Chinese ginger jar on a gorgeous fuchsia background.
This one has one of my favorite chinoiserie fabrics, Scalamandre's Chi En Dragon, in a very sophisticated brown and blue colorway.
A beautiful pair of blue and white needlepoint pillows with a Chinese man and woman under a pagoda is so classic.
This pair of pillows comes in an iconic chinoiserie fabric, Clarence House's Flowering Quince.Next: How to Master the Throw Pillow Mix