Cozy Throw Pillows: Rebecca Atwood, Judy Ross, John Robshaw & 3 More

Cozy Throw Pillows: Rebecca Atwood, Judy Ross, John Robshaw & 3 More

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Maxwell Ryan
Mar 3, 2016

Your sofa's great, but it's not really finished until it has a few pillows on it that make it POP. Small and moveable pieces of art that can effortlessly change a room, the throw pillows I've pulled together here are not cheap, but they're all beautiful and relaxed.

Rebecca Atwood is a fresh new voice with an exquisite, painterly hand. Her pillows are elegant, sophisticated and personal. Opening her own studio in Brooklyn only three years ago, she's quickly made a name for herself. More below the jump!

Best Cozy Throw Pillows

(Image credit: Judy Ross)

A longtime fave, Judy's pillows are richly hand embroidered in a chain stitch pattern and pair elemental shapes with stunning, saturated color.


(Image credit: John Robshaw)

Inspired by his travels, particularly in India, John's love of traditional handmade techniques and block printing guides his distinctive approach to pillows. Bright and poppy, they feel, nevertheless, as if from another, more glamorous era.


(Image credit: Hable)

From the artistic hand of Susan Hable, these graphic designs are organic, bright and cheerful on canvas and linen pillows. Handmade in New England and New York City.


(Image credit: Annie Selke)

I saw these woven wool pillows on Annie Selke's Dash & Albert webstore and had to include them. The puppy is to die for, and the pillows looks so soft and cozy.


(Image credit: Donna Wilson)

Softer than soft, Donna's pillows are handmade in England of spun lambswool. Known for her quirky, retro designs, her pillows appeal to all ages.

Edited from a post originally published 3.6.15

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