It’s true I love designer pillows…I’m discerning and will spend more on them than on shoes! Today, I’m sharing well-priced beautiful linen pillows! I gave my living room a refresh for Summer by adding these linen pillow covers and storing the velvet and heavier pillows that were here before. And Spring blooms help, too.
Pillows By Krinto
I discovered Krinto on Etsy and have been really happy with the quality. Their floral hand-blocked linen fabrics are designed here in California and produced in India. The pillow covers are handmade in California with invisible zippers.
“Krinto is a family business, we are specializing in making one-of-a-kind, vintage, traditional authentic, and trendy decorative pillows.” Check them out.
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CB2 and Pottery Barn Linen Pillows
The fresh, striped blue and yellow linen pillows are from CB2 and I always check Pottery Barn for solid and textured pillows. Note: with my Indian blocked pillows in rust and blue, I ordered with the same fabric on both sides. Be sure to use good, overstuffed inserts.
CB2 Blue and Yellow Stripe • Blue Linen Pillow from Pottery Barn (mine is 20″ square and right now they just have 24″. Here is another dark blue 20″ option) • Textured Rust Pillow • Blue Floral • Tan Cotton Throw Blanket • Blue Stripe Cotton Throw Blanket • Rust Floral Pillow
Other Living Room Sources
That fern is from Target! Have you checked their plant section at the front of the store? The inlay box was purchased at an antique store in Summerland, CA. recently.
Pink Dogwood Branches
Do you follow me on Instagram? I asked the name of this flower…everyone knew (especially southern readers)…pink dogwood. My client, Wendy has a tree here in northern California so I think they grow all over. If you have one…lucky you (I paid $28 for mine)! These branches have lasted over two weeks in water.
Those are my new well-priced, beautiful linen pillows! The weather here is gorgeous and I’m all set to take Chief out for a walk. So nice not to have to wear a mask outside while climbing the hills now!