I’m excited to share that the new collection of my pillows has arrived online at Wayfair (well, most of it- some items have not been released quite yet and are labeled “out of stock”- sign up to get the alert when they become available)  I wanted this spring/ summer collection to be bright and fun but also rooted in classic design.  Combining embroidery, prints and interesting trims and details, I think this grouping of pillows is really awesome. And you can’t beat the pricing (all with down fillers!)
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The Zebra pattern (one of my faves, and SUCH a good deal at $38) and Dandelion.



The Striped Flange (the border is all embroidery) and summery Palm Leaf print along with the CUTEST Boho print lumbars with fringe.



The Paisley Block print is a classic and we recolored the Ikat Stripe for spring too.


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This Greek Key all over pattern is embroidered and great to mix with organic patterns, the Aztec print is fun and graphic.



This small Diamond Print, Jute Border and staple Greek Key trim pillows are great basics.


The Painted Leaves and Embroidered Flange pillows combine texture and pattern.




*Photography by Sarah Winchester






  1. I’m a sucker for blue and white! I love my leopard print pillows but do need to look at something more spring/summer for our living room.

    PS I’d love to see what you’d come up with for shower curtains. My blah bathroom needs some excitement. I’d love to find something like your all-over Greek key design in blue…

    1. Thanks for sharing the new collection of your pillows which has arrived online at Wayfair as you wanted this spring collection. I also loved this combining embroidery, prints and interesting trims is really awesome. Due to busy schedule of my profession as provider of Quality Dissertation help at Quality Dissertation to university students, I could not found time to choose handpicked grocery and home decoration items. So Now I am excited to have it just from the online.

  2. WOW! Really fantastic! I might just get a few to have on hand for the future even though I don’t have a place right now!

  3. I have a bit of a cushion compulsion as it is, and these are not helping!! Fab Erin! Look forward to seeing if any of these make it to the UK!

  4. Hi Erin,
    Do you think that these will ever be offered with the pillow covers and inserts sold separately?

    I bought two of your Greek key pillows this winter, and would love to buy covers for them that are for spring…but I don’t need the inserts.


  5. BRAVO!! You chose gorgeous prints that can mix so beautifully with other prints. Glad to see PINK in there. Question?? Is your pink a true pink or more of a peach/pink or beige/pink. I have tried to find a true pink and all or more blush, cameo or a peach pink??? Congratulations on another great design coming to fruition.

  6. Hi Erin! Wondering if these products are made in factories with fair labor practices and if the down is ethically sourced? They are lovely. Thanks!

      1. Thanks so much to replying to this comment! That was my question too. If you have any insight about the down source too (or if they may consider a non-down option in the future), I’d love to hear. Everything is just beautiful and the colors! Hearts eyes! :)

      1. Wonderful!! I just ordered some of the french blue ones and cannot wait to see them in person! Thank you!

  7. So exciting! My only complaint is how much I love all the pillows and will have trouble deciding which ones to buy.

  8. I couldn’t find anywhere the fabric descriptions. Is it cotton, cotton blend, polyester?
    Since the pillows are either made in India or China, the fabric is important.
    Thank you!

  9. Beautiful! Great patterns and colors. I love the dandelion/starburst!!! (Though the Mainer in me thinks it’s Queen Anne’s Lace…) Excellent work.

    1. Ha! I thought the same thing about it looking like Queen Anne’s Lace. Regardless, they are beautiful! They remind me of another designers lovely flower/weed prints…so textural.

  10. What undertones does the natural color have? My walls are an off-white with gray undertones, while my window seat cushion is a natural color but also with gray undertones…. Thanks!

  11. Kudos for making beautiful pillows at an affordable price point. A few other deisgners I follow sell pillows that are around $200 each. I understand that certain fabrics, like Peter Dunham, are expensive, but it’s also nice to have more reasonably priced options when you don’t want to spend that much.

  12. Dear EOS readers and Ellen,
    Any recommendations for online couch / sectional vendors? Would love to save some money by purchasing a sectional online but so skeptical when I cannot sit in something ahead of time.

    Any reviews would be so appreciated.

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