Society 6 – New Throw Pillow Covers

November 28, 2012

As an interior designer, I have always played around with different ideas of how to use my photography as home decor items. In the past I have made holiday wreaths, holiday ornaments and of course framed pieces of my work. This week I am so excited to share that my shop on Society 6 is now carrying throw pillows of my most favorite pieces of photography.

They are available in 3 sizes: 16×16, 18×18 and 20×20 and prices start at $20.00. You can purchase just the cover or add in a pillow insert to match the size.  The Throw Pillow Cover made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a stylish statement that will liven up any room. Individually cut and sewn by hand and features a double-sided print that is finished with a concealed zipper for ease of care.  16×16 price does not include pillow insert.

Globes shown above is a daily favorite today on papernstitch and would be a great addition to any room. The pillow inserts would be a great stocking stuffer and also a great way to brighten up your winter home this season.

Have a great day everyone.

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