You know when you see something in Anthropologie that you love because it looks so special and unique and lovingly handmade but you know down deep in your heart that it was mass produced and exists in hundreds of retail locations? So you ask yourself if it really matters that everyone else will have it, because you like it, and isn't that what matters? But, still, if only you could see and touch that original grain of artistic truth that inspired that Anthropologie design, wouldn't it be more genuine? Well, relax. We found that grain of truth. And even if home decor doesn't make you existentially spiral out of control, we bet you'll think these pillows are pretty darn cute.
Amsterdam-based designer and mother of two, Dana Komjaty, creates these sweet pillows ($39 each) by naturally dying cottons and silks with found plants like elder flowers, nettle, and black berries and combining the results with thrifted linens and her own illustrations. The end product is gorgeous and totally unique. Visit her etsy shop and her blog for more info.