Interior designer Amber Lewis is feeding my textile fetish with her collection of pillows, made from vintage fabrics all over the world. The combination of bright boho colors and rich textures, from Malian indigo mud cloth, Laotian Hmong batik, Turkish kilims, and Indian hand blockprints, is everything. And let’s not even get started on her custom upholstered headboards . . . there aren’t enough beds and sofas in my life to accommodate this much pretty!
(images courtesy of Tessa Neustadt, Emily Knecht, Lisa Romerein via Amber Interiors)
They are seriously gorgeous. I am in dire need of an interior design make-over!
Love these ethnic prints!
These pillows are great. There is another lady who makes similar beautiful ones and has a cute shop in Los Angeles. It’s called Pat McGann- you should have a look!
Beautiful ,love the idea of mixing the world..after all we are one world…
Love the pillows!
I want to fill my entire house with those pillows! Love it all!
Ethnic details are very trendy and comfy. We love your selection. Happy weekend!
I like the print on those pillows.. It’s on my to-do-list to make pillowcases for my couch that look like that!
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