Rayleigh Ladder Throw Pillow designed by elise flashman
  • Rayleigh Throw Pillow designed by elise flashman
    burkedecor.com
    Double sided, printed poly poplin material with concealed zipper.
  • Pink and Blue Reflection Throw Pillow designed by elise flashman
    burkedecor.com
    Double sided, printed poly poplin material with concealed zipper.
  • DENY Designs Modern Bloom Outdoor Pillow
    fab.com
    Some art is purely intended for viewing. Some invites you to get a little closer. Soft, pliable, and printed with an original motif from design collective Three of The Possessed, this plush throw pillow does just that. Thanks to the water- and mildew-proof woven polyester cover, the cushion can be used indoors or out. Toss it on the couch, bed, or floor just don’t try squeezing it into a frame. Polyfill insert included. Concealed zipper closure. Double-sided design. Designer Three Of The Possessed Care Spot Clean With Mild Detergent. Brand DENY Designs. Material Water And Mildew Proof Woven Polyester. Origin United States. Color Multi. Measurements L 18” W 18”
  • Indigo Spotted Stripes 18" Blue Throw Pillow
    lampsplus.com
    Enhance a contemporary living space with the handsome design of this blue throw pillow. It features an indigo blue cotton cover with an embroidered spotted stripe design. The cover comes with a hidden zipper that allows you to easily remove it when spot cleaning may be necessary. Cotton pillow. Contemporary design. Embroidered details. Cover with hidden zipper. 18" square.
  • African Home Decor: Blue Throw Pillow Cover
    culturalelements.com
    Size: 18 X 18 inches. Fabric: 100% Cotton. Poly Insert Included. Hand painted in Cape Town, South Africa on 100% South African Cotton comes this beautiful blue African geometric-design pillow. Measures 18 X 18 inches, these decorative pillows have a top hidden zipper and a piping to give this throw pillow cover a nice look. Completely handmade, no two pieces are exactly the same. Minor variations and defects add to the character of the piece. Carole Nevin started painting textiles from her desire to earn a good living doing something creative and contributing to poverty alleviation in South Africa. The business grew into a family business and this is the solid foundation on which it rests. They now employ 40 people. The people that work for them are vital to the success of the business. Everything is hand painted/printed and handmade, therefore very labor intensive. The company employs many previously disadvantaged individuals both locals as well as from other African countries, many of whom come from a local squatter camp.
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