Mix and match these decorative throw and outdoor pillows to add your signature to any space
Caroline Hetzel and Alexandra Deabler
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Like a lion’s mane, this pillow is king. The New Bohemians author Justina Blakeney designed it for Loloi Rugs as part of The Fable Collection. It brings back the 70s in the coolest fashion with a shag rug vibe. Put it on a loveseat to up your texture game. loloirugs.com.
2 of 18Laure Joliet
Modern and minimalist, these pillows belong on a simple black sofa. From L.A. studio, Cotton & Flax, each features a cool black print. The geometric angles on the white look artsy beside simple brushstrokes on the heather grey. Pairing an oblong shape with a square balances the scene. cottonandflax.com.
3 of 18Courtesy of Burke Decor
A Golden State native, Trina Turk brings bright SoCal style to this needlepoint pillow. It’s the perfect way to show state pride through home decor. When grandma visits, she’ll adore its retro appeal. burkedecor.com.
4 of 18Courtesy of Burke Decor
This Villa Home pillow takes a spin on Art Deco. The gold, gray, yellow, and black linen belongs in Gatsby’s mansion. Its geometric pattern turns a house from homey to glam. burkedecor.com.
5 of 18Courtesy of Anthropologie
California studio All Roads Designs knows how to incorporate texture. Each of their throw pillows feels like it belongs on exhibit at a folk art museum. The natural aesthetics bring a bohemian element to your living space.anthropologie.com.
6 of 18Charlie Schuck
Every architect needs a simple grid to organize their plans. Sure, it’s basic, but something about the perfect lines on clean white cotton feels so good. Keep it minimalist or layer with color. graindesign.com.
7 of 18Jared Richard
L.A. artist and textile designer Brook Perdigon takes color from bright to neutral in her Khadi Ikat Pillows. The versatile print and faded hues feel at home in any space. brookperdigontextiles.com.
8 of 18Becky Kimball
Feel fresh with this springy watercolor print. Salt Lake City-based Studio McGee designed the pillow in flowery bright colors. Pair it with giant buffalo checks or a deep emerald velvet for a nice layered look. studio-mcgee.com.
9 of 18Nicolas Bates
Get unique with an L.A.-made indigo pillow. Each handloomed Hmong vintage hemp and chambray pillow features one-of-a-kind fabric. The hot pink against the blue will provide your home with a youthful element. houseofcindy.com.
10 of 18Courtesy of Bliss Studio
California’s Bliss Studio takes inspiration for these pillows from classic antiques. Artisans hand-embroider each one with vanilla thread. The neutral colors and elegant designs make the cushions timeless. blissstudio.com.
11 of 18Courtesy of Boxhill
Fun with fringe
Use little bold details to make a statement without overwhelming your outdoor area. The showstopper Hula Outdoor Pillow does just that with unique fringed tiers that add movement as well as visual interest. The stain and sun-resistant Sunbrella fabric keeps it in pristine eye-catching condition throughout the seasons. www.shopboxhill.com/hula-outdoor-pillow-20-x-20
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Structure with a splash
If you have an unruly space—think creeping ivy and climbing bougainvillea—invite some structure. The clean, sophisticated lines of this chevron pattern make the space look a little more maintained, while the bright colors keep the space from losing the overall feel. www.shopboxhill.com/poolside-chevron-outdoor-pillow-20-x-20
Pick colors from your garden and reflect them in the pillows. This will extend your garden’s longevity, spotlighting the same bright, happy colors in the space year-round. www.shopboxhill.com/koko-java-pillow.