- washable linen pillows hand-stenciled on both sides, so decor changes with a flip
- linen is upholstery quality so remains wrinkle-free and beautiful
- pillow inserts are 100% cotton-covered and filled with duck feathers & down
- invisible zipper allows for a gentle wash / air dry and quick iron
- bold colors are soft to the touch and will not crack or peel
- square pillows are 18″ x 18″
- lumbar pillows are 14″ x 24″
- pillows pictured are available now; new designs are added weekly to create a fresh decor
- price is $65.00; shipping is free
Fabric is a natural linen color
with an orange ginkgo leaf and turquoise coral design.
White linen with a bright pink
peony sporting shaded petals and a multi-green center; zinnias in violet, lime green, and orange on the flip side.
A darker lime green ginkgo leaf
with a deep violet medallion on natural
Have you ever seen purple poppies?
They are stunning! and share the white linen pillow with the traditional red. A vibrant pink zinnia is on the other side.
Teal linen shows off the white whorls of this shell and the coral on the reverse.
And how different this same shell looks in yellow/orange on the sage/gray linen; deep violet medallion on the reverse.
Another pillow in the sage/gray linen with 3 vibrant zinnias in orange, violet, and red-orange; hot pink peony on the flip side.
The beginning of the tile collection!
Violet and brilliant blue tile give these sunny
poppies a warm partner. On white linen.
Orange aged with a burnt sienna shading on this
tile with medallion featuring bright orange and
periwinkle for a big splash. On gray/sage linen.
Lumbar pillows are 14” x 24”.
Periwinkle starfish dance on one side
and a deep grey blue pod of whales
drift by on the other.
Three pipers in silhouette chat on the beach
with two turquoise starfish holding court with
a sand dollar on the reverse. On white linen.
Springtime! The change of seasons has an energy that cannot be denied. I am designing and cutting new stencils with a zeal that can only be attributed to spring. Beyond the flower gardens, travel and the beach await. It makes sense then that tile designs that suggest Tuscany and the grille-work of Spain come to …
Linen. I have had a love affair with linen since my mom bought a light pink sleeveless dress for a New Year’s Eve Party. I was 8 and still remember loving the texture and elegance of this rather simple Audrey Hepburn look. Mom looked beautiful. Anyhow, I later learned to sew and also appreciate different …
We down-sized two years ago. That meant a fair amount of letting go…letting go of old books that had been read once, furniture that we had had since the 70’s, recycling quilts and blankets to the animal shelter, donating the bowls and plates and crystal that didn’t even surface for holidays anymore. And it allowed …