DETAILS: Thoughtfully curated artwork adorns these velvet box edged pillows, stuffed to the brim with feathers. Each pillow is handmade in our VAVABODE studio from 100% cotton sateen [front panel], velvet edging, and linen [back panel]. Hidden zipper. 100% feather insert.
DIMENSIONS: Rectangles, 16” x 26” with a 2” velvet edge. Squares, 20” x 20” with a 2” velvet edge.
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CACTUS IN BLOOM
An antique illustration of a fantastical cactus blooming that has been updated to brighten up even the most modern bed, sofa or chair.
We found this vintage oil painting at an auction in Colorado. We brightened up the overall painting and then printed it on cotton sateen.
An old world illustration that was once aged and faded is now a vivid + detailed illustration full of life — you can just about hear the hum of hummingbirds.
Straight out of the wilderness, this imagery is earthy and one of our top sellers. Bring the outside in.
This lovely combination of blue, coral and camel was happened upon from the inside of an old book cover.
We couldn’t resist this antique illustration of an octopus. Strikingly beautiful and full of whimsy and detail.
Tucked away in a book from 100 years ago, this beautiful golden bloom has been given a whole new life. Ready to adorn your abode.
From star fish to coral — perfect for a coastal home or for an inlander who misses the coast and the sounds of the waves.
We happened upon this oil painting of “Donna” and felt she deserves a pillow of her own. Edged in a golden velvet.
A contemporary take of an antique sketch. We exploded this old world illustration to emphasize all of it’s intricate petals.
This old man of the sea with his pipe, a bag of mussels over his shoulder and a ship in the distance.
Maude makes us smile. She seems a bit up-tight, but nothing a martini couldn’t change.
A painting we picked up from overseas. Olivia is one of our favorite portraits. Her beautiful rosy cheeks with her subtle expression.
We feel especially close to the owl these days. We hear her hoo-ing in the night — such a comforting sound.