These gorgeous designer pillows really enhance the striking Julian Chichester sofa.
In recent years, pillows have become far more lavish and ridiculously more expensive – really too costly to be within the reach of average buyers. But, that’s because designers have incorporated some of the most ornate, antique textiles into the manufacture of new, decorative pillows, and those old embroideries and rare tapestries can set you back $500 on the low end to over $4,000 on the upper end of the pillow price scale. But, if you shop smart and can sew even the simplest of seams, you can duplicate the look for a whole lot less.
|These pillows cost $2,800 (left) and $3,400 (right)|
from Melissa Levinson Antiques. Photos via her
|From the M. Nicholas Collection at $1,250.|
|Olde World Pillows sells this beauty for $1,450.|