Pillow Talk.

I scour the world for assorted style accent pillows. I have my top ten list for go-to-pillow-people, but Etsy has really crept up there as the place to search high and low when it comes to something a little different, a little more colorful, a little more crafted, and a little less expensive. The crafty seamstresses selling their fluffy goods on Etsy use top of the lines fabrics and ornamentation to create cushions for even the most discriminating decorator. I’d like to share with my DCDesignCoop fans my latest top three cushion crafters from Etsy (more to come).

HellKatDesign is located in Wilshire England, but the international shipping is way worth it when you see what this designer does with muted colors, raw linen, and a little Union Jack!

Cotton linen twill in pale slate blue and dark grey stripes with a Union Jack and Crown inlay., $44

Cotton linen twill in pale slate blue and dark grey stripes with a Union Jack and Crown inlay., $44

Inspired by the countryside and folklore, these leaping hares are playing on a hessian rustic ochre background with an applique on back., $56

Inspired by the countryside and folklore, these leaping hares are playing on a hessian rustic ochre background with an applique on back., $56

Embrace your nautical side with this cream cotton twill linen bolster emblazoned with a duck blue egg wreath and red crown., $44

Embrace your nautical side with this cream cotton twill linen bolster emblazoned with a duck blue egg wreath and red crown., $44

Off to shop Woody Liana and the assortment of private-labeled, hi-end textiles, natural fibers, and one-of-a-kind pieces.

Tom Filicia's "City Square" printed medium wight linen has griege interlocking squares and a cream heavy linen back., $80

Tom Filicia's "City Square" printed medium wight linen has griege interlocking squares and a cream heavy linen back., $80

This pillow is adorable in the "Hot House Flowers" linen printed fabric from Celerie Kemble's Collection for F.Schumacher., $90

This pillow is adorable in the "Hot House Flowers" linen printed fabric from Celerie Kemble's Collection for F.Schumacher., $90

The linen and cotton blend fabric features a geometric design of interwining circles edged with chain stitch embroidery., $120

The linen and cotton blend fabric features a geometric design of intertwining circles edged with chain stitch embroidery., $120

I purchased an ikat design silk pillow cover from BeStillShop last year. It arrived beautifully sewn and came with a sturdy zipper and cute thank you card. I love this shop.

The khaki pebble beach fabric is a rayon, silk and poly blend with a stippled effect., $50

The khaki pebble beach fabric is a rayon, silk and poly blend with a stippled effect., $50

This large blue ikat silk pillow cover is the star of the show at 22" square., $60

This large blue ikat silk pillow cover is the star of the show at 22" square., $60

Cobolt blue linen is overprinted with an opaque silver, hexagonal grid pattern for a modern look., $

Cobolt blue linen is overprinted with an opaque silver, hexagonal grid pattern for a modern look., $40

Sometimes we need a little freshy in our lives, so head to the shop by Freshline. The 8″ x 8″ monogrammed pillow is whimsically illustrated to bring a smile to someone’s face. I personally love the ‘M’. Best initial in the alphabet!

This custom monogrammed tiny pillow is adorned with multi-color coral and seahorses and a white chenille backside.

This custom monogrammed tiny pillow is adorned with multi-color coral and seahorses and a white chenille backside., $25

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