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The best ... throw pillows

The Google pillow, Tan Quetzal pillow, and more

Jenna pillow
Adorn your house with a flower that “won’t fade.”
Price: $75
Contact: Blisslivinghome.com

Source: Sunset

Google pillow
This “topical,” typographical design, inspired by Google searches, is sure to win over “pop-culture aficionados and newshounds alike.”
Price: $120
Contact: Elasticco.com

Source: Metropolitan Home

Tan Quetzal pillow
Made from recycled grain sacks found in Guatemala’s markets, this rattan pillow works inside or on a patio.
Price: $75
Contact: Melangecollection.com

Source: Coastal Living

Alice Temperley for the Rug Company
The English designer’s hand-woven peony pattern lets summer’s
perennial blossom year-round.
Price: $850
Contact: Therugcompany.com

Source: Financial Times

Zigzag pillow
Made from organically grown cotton, this pillow “can give any old sofa a pick-me-up.”
Price: $65
Contact: Fabricadabra.us

Source: Real Simple

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