Not Your Grandma's Quilting

One-of-a-Kind Patchwork Pillows for the Design-Conscious Free Spirit


July 10, 2017 Home By
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In keeping with the ’70s design resurgence, Los Angeles–based design studio Commune has teamed up with textile artist and designer Adam Pogue on a limited series of one-of-a-kind patchwork pillows. Made from collected vintage fabrics like overdyed linens, kilim rugs and silks, the mixed-media pillows are mostly neutral in color, but bold in composition.

Available in three sizes — a rectangular lumbar pillow ($720), oversize floor cushion ($1,426) and standard square pillow ($720) — the pillows are just as much works of art as they are decorative objects.

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