4.10.12

pillow talk

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With the cooler weather finally showing up (it stays hot in Idaho forever) I'm pulling out the extra blankets and pillows. I've got quite a collection of pilllows right now and this isn't even all of them, but I thought I'd share with you my current favorites.
First I should mention the grid patterned and striped lumbar pillows which are by Ballab, designed by Anne Louise out of Denmark, she makes these great patterned pillows in black and white, pink and even orange. I love the orange color too! They're both large and cozy, just the perfect pillows for our bed and sofa.
I found a few others recently from Envelop, West Elm and two I made from tea towels and linen napkins.

We are putting in new flooring (yay!) so the extra pillows and things are keeping the house from feeling too cold. I will post photos of the new flooring in a couple weeks when it's finished!

25 comments:

  1. I love the different textures! It is getting warmer (hot, in fact) here in Sydney but your photos make me long for autumn already! Have a lovely weekend! x

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    1. Ah yes, we're opposites and I often forget that.

      Enjoy your weekend as well!

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  2. Very pretty! We're still waiting for the cool weather to show up in Greece! Missed the rain and the curling up under the blankets!

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  3. Love this! Big fan of the Ballab pillows too (don't have any yet, though...). Like the Design Letter boxes on your table too - nice with good wrapping :)

    Thank you for having a great blog, Jennifer, and for all the inspiration! Have a nice weekend! Br Heidi (from Denmark)

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    1. You should order from Ballab when you can, such generous sized pillows, I'm a fan.

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  4. So many cool pillows! That sofa looks so cosy :)

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  5. Cosy! I love that you're mixing textures!
    Here in Uppsala, Sweden, we have a really nice weather today - sunny and about 10 degrees of Celsius.

    I wish you a nice weekend!
    /Jessica

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    1. Sounds wonderful!

      Enjoy your weekend as well. :)

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  6. Oh that knit pillow has me wanting to make one this weekend!! Thanks for the idea :)

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    1. You should make one! I only know hot to crochet but I wish I could knit!

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  7. Beautiful pillows, I love to buy pillows, great collection!
    Can't wait to see your new floor : )
    xx

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  8. Lovely collection of pillows, love how you removed the sofa cushions :) I was wondering, if your sofa is the Ikea Karlstad and, if it is, how do you like it? I'm considering getting two three seaters and am very drawn to the Karlstad for its simple lines and removable covers.

    Thanks a ton :)

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    1. I like the Karlstad quite a bit. It's gone from a grey cover to black and now white. Nice to have the versatility!

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  9. love all the colors and textures! love, love, love your blog!

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  10. That knitted pillow looks SO snuggly and warm :)

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  11. You seriously have thee best pillow collection! I'm quite jealous haha ; )

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  12. Lovely photos for starters. I am also a fan of the black, white and tan pillows. That space looks so cozy!

    Chao
    Poppie
    http://thepoppie.com

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  13. Lovely! It is definitely time to start snuggling up, and I spent last weekend sewing new pillow covers for my living room. I've been wanting to ask where you got your coffee table. It's beautiful, and I've been looking for something similar.

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  14. I love it! What was the color called of your knit pillow at west elm?? I can't tell on the website which color you got....champagne? or ivory??

    Love your blog so much!!

    allie

    allieandhusband.blospot.com

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  15. Hi there, where is you rug from please?
    Thanks Maddie

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    1. Design House Stockholm.
      We are actually selling it in case you're interested!

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