Atlanta Market is just around the corner, and we're so excited. Our decorative home goods will stimulate your imagination as only fine art can do.
Pillows, bedding, throws, and more ... We reveal them all in our new showroom in Atlanta in AmericasMart 1, Floor 9, Showroom D4. You'll see new decorative pillows, each one an exciting gift idea, and dramatic new duvet ensembles complemented by comfy yet luxurious throw blankets.
Expect soft new pastels that conjure the romanticism of living. And experience dazzling hues that reimagine what your living space can do for you.
We're bringing it all to Atlanta! Remember, the show starts Tuesday, January 10th, and runs through Monday, January 16th.
Here's a preview below. Let's get started ...
With the hushed, misty beauty of Renoir, one might think this Rose Fog Throw is the work of an Impressionist (above right). But its lineage is much more recent. This richly imagined throw blanket will keep you toasty warm as the winter fog meets daybreak.
And this design is also available as a lumbar pillow!
Consider pairing it with Degas' pink ballerina (above left). With this combination, your winter morning is complete!
There's so much to say about Edgar Degas. The oldest of five children, his mother was New Orleans Creole, and his father a French banker. Painting since childhood, he turned his room into an artist's studio. At 21, he met Ingres, who became a profound influence on the young painter. Degas produced works that he intended to show at the elite Salon, but most attracted little attention there ... Our story continues below ...
But first may we introduce you to this brand new pair of pillows?
These lovely floral decorative pillows evoke the storied history of Meissen porcelain.
Meissen is considered the first successful production of porcelain in Europe. Started in 1710, it was funded by King Augustus II the Strong. This support encouraged the participation and employment of many talented artisans, enriching the picture we have of Meissen today.
Van Looy Blooming Clover
Meet Jacobus Van Looy, a Dutch painter and writer.
When he was five, his mother died. His father, a carpenter, lost his eyesight, and then his job. Soon after that, his father died, and young Jac found himself in the Haarlem Municipal Orphanage. While there, he trained to become a house painter and was able to take drawing classes. He won the Prix de Rome, a scholarship for art students. This enabled him to travel to Italy, Spain, and Morocco.
Rest your eyes upon the soft field of delightful clover. Now and then a purple-blue bloom plays with your attention and tickles your senses. There's so much to enjoy in this finely detailed art pillow.
The striations of rust and red hues upon gold make a vivid statement. These beautiful works of art, inspired by an anonymous painter, bring a delightful energy to your living space.
Made of luxurious cotton sateen, designs are printed on the front and back. Edges are invisible-edge finished, and a hidden zipper is located at the bottom of each pillow. Inserts are stuffed with feather and down. Covers are removable and machine washable in cold gentle cycle. Hang dry or tumble dry in low heat and warm iron if necessary. Each pillow is hand made one at a time.
Returning to our story of Degas ... Disenchanted with the stuffy, rigid Salon, he joined forces with a small group of young artists who were challenging the Salon's definition of art. Derisively called "Impressionists" by an influential critic, they created a new audience for their new approaches. Degas organized exhibitions of the new group's work, but his disinterest in landscapes, and in painting outdoors, led to much conflict. The group disbanded after 12 years. Today Degas is revered for his masterly depiction of movement, and for his enigmatic portraits.
That energy, that movement, shines brightly in tremendous hues of gold in Degas Gold Tutu, above. See how the light bounces and springs off the dancers in Degas Turquoise?
Come visit us in Atlanta in January of 2023.
January 10-16, 2023
AmericasMart 1, Bldg 1, Floor 9, Showroom D4
By Robert Frost
Spades take up leaves
No better than spoons,
And bags full of leaves
Are light as balloons.
I make a great noise
Of rustling all day
Like rabbit and deer
But the mountains I raise
Elude my embrace,
Flowing over my arms
And into my face.
I may load and unload
Again and again
Till I fill the whole shed,
And what have I then?
Next to nothing for weight,
And since they grew duller
From contact with earth,
Next to nothing for color.
Next to nothing for use,
But a crop is a crop,
And who’s to say where
The harvest shall stop?
Poetic Pillow is thrilled to announce our collaboration
with San Francisco artist Usha Shukla.
Poetic Pillow x Usha Shukla brings her beautiful work into your home by combining our innovative fabric printing with Usha’s vibrant designs. We are featuring several new pillows from two of Usha’s series, keeping with our vision to transform your home and create meaningful space through art and design.
Originally from India, Usha has always been fascinated with the outdoors, and her paintings reflect her deep love of nature. After an extensive education, Usha realized her true passion for art on a visit to the Louvre Museum in Paris. She then completed her graduate program at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, focusing on painting.
In this stunning display, one can almost feel the delicate breath of a sweet flower opening to the new day. As Usha said recently, "I see nature as hues and textures: A leaf is no longer a leaf and a cloud, nothing but shifting colors. The color palette is derived from the harmony of colors I perceive in nature."
USH-006 Morning Light
Inspired by the time Usha Shukla spent in her garden, “Morning Light” represents the harmony of colors in nature through vibrant blues and purples with a touch of green. This lumbar pillow is made of our supremely silky soft poly satin fabric. Art works are printed on the front and back. Each has a knife edge finish, and an invisible zipper is located at the bottom of each pillow. Inserts are stuffed with feather and down. Covers are removable and machine washable in cold gentle cycle. Hang dry or tumble dry in low heat and warm iron if necessary.
USH-005 Sunshine Blue
Inspired by the constant movement of light and shadow in nature, “Sunshine Blue” by Usha Shukla portrays bold shades of blue intermingled with soft white space. Evoking the energy and vitality of earth's bounty, Usha paints large abstract paintings in vibrant colors. Instead of using conventional tools such as brushes and palette knives, Usha has developed a unique process of mark-making using an air blower to move the paint on wood panels.
USH-002 Achillea Mustard Gold
Achillea Mustard Gold by Usha Shukla was inspired by the constant movement of light and shadow she perceived in nature. Shades of gold, white, blue and green come together harmoniously to create a vibrant work of art.
USH-001 Achillea Pecan
Overwhelmingly beautiful deep shades of gold and red are balanced by strokes of white, blue and green.
USH-003 Sunrose Lava
“Sunrose Lava” by Usha Shukla was inspired by the movement of light and shadow she perceived in nature, and is a striking display of vibrant shades of red that create movement and depth throughout the design.
"Sunrose Flamenco" was inspired by her perception of light and shadow in nature, and displays bold shades of red intermingled with darker shadows to create the appearance of movement and depth throughout the design. Each of the lumbar pillows in this series measure 12"X28".
USH-004 Sunrose Flamenco
Usha’s work is prized by several local art collectors, and she has an extensive list of accolades. She now serves as an Art Commissioner on the Alameda County Arts Commission.
We at Poetic Pillow are thrilled to bring the fruits of this collaboration to your living spaces. Pillows are printed on the front and back on a silky satin fabric. Edges are knife edge finished and an invisible zipper enclosure is included at the bottom. Pillows are stuffed with a cotton lined feather and down insert.
Available now in 12" x 28" size. MSRP $148.00 each
O friend beloved, whose curious skill
Keeps bright the last year’s leaves and flowers,
With warm, glad, summer thoughts to fill
The cold, dark, winter hours …
By John Greenleaf Whittier
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
What a show -- it was a whirlwind! So delightful to see you all. Always a true joy to make new friends.
And such a thrill to host everyone in our much larger showroom! We occupied two adjacent spaces, giving us the luxurious ability to display the depth and breadth of our offerings. It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase brand new creations as well as time-tested designs.
We also enjoyed seeing which items grabbed your attention!
Designs that Stirred the Soul and Took the Spotlight
The colors of the season spoke to so many of you. Melanie de Comolera's autumn rust and burnt orange was perhaps the favorite in bedding. Though she is best known for her works on porcelain, we love the brilliant sense of drama in her copy of a still life by Van Huysum.
DLA-037-KDE Comolera Floral Duvet Ensemble
Our duvet ensemble includes one duvet cover and two matching shams. Covers and shams are made of 100% cotton sateen. Our duvet covers all include an invisible zipper at the bottom for easy access for washing. Pillow shams have an envelope closure at the back for access. Duvet covers and pillow shams are all machine washable. Each are made one at a time in Canada.
The stirring Embroidery Lion of Tibet, standing guard in regal warm mustard and earth tones, once again carried the day. Not a surprise -- it has always been one of our biggest sellers.
FMA-020A+020B Tibetan Lion Pillow A+B
Made of supremely silky satin, designs are printed on the front and back. Edges are invisible-edge finished, and a hidden zipper is located at the bottom of each pillow. Inserts are lovingly stuffed with feather and down. Each pillow is hand made one at a time.
Rest assured, you can always remove the cover and machine wash it in cold gentle cycle. Hang dry or tumble dry in low heat and touch up with warm iron if necessary.
Did you know that everyone seems to love our Crane designs? In Japan, cranes are a symbol of luck and longevity. Here in this pair of pillows, a trio of cranes gather and graze gracefully.
FMA-037+038 Crane Trio Pillow A+B
Poetic Pillow is your Hospitality Solution
Tell your hospitality story by creating beautiful transformational spaces. Our luxurious fabrics are woven, printed, sewn and finished to reflect the poetry of living.
Off-The-Shelf Inventory -- We have pillows, throws, bedding, draperies, table linens, accessories and more that are perfect for hospitality.
Bespoke Capabilities -- See your designs come to life. Collaborate with our digital artisans and partner with us to manifest your visions into reality.
Infinite Adaptations -- Tell us about your project. Our in-house design team can translate any of our existing fabrics to suit your needs. We partner with designers, artists, brands, museums and institutions, to create enchanting spaces that inspire.
Contact Us. For contract pricing and custom capabilities, please call us at
415-868-5628 or send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Stop: Atlanta!
We're full of gratitude that we were able to see so many of you at High Point '22 Fall. And if our paths didn't cross, we're sorry we missed you! Let's make a date to connect in Atlanta in January.
AmericasMart takes place Tuesday, January 10th through Monday, January 16th, 2023. We'll be there!
As always, don't hesitate to call or email with questions, or to start an order. We are here to help! It is always a pleasure to serve you.
We are constantly preparing new surprises for you ...
Let's take a look at some new inspirations we're bringing to High Point Market. You can see them at our showroom, G-6002B, Suites at Market Square, Salon Ground.
Aert Schouman was a prolific Dutch painter, glass engraver/ collector and dealer. He produced still lifes, biblical and mythological themes, natural history studies, and more.
This parrot, inspired by Schouman's work, emphatically asserts dominion upon a background inspired by William Morris. The pillow is edged with a 1" flange. Pair these pillows with a matching velvet Euro for a visually striking combination.
JUN-043/044 -- Schouman Black Parrot A/B
108-125 -- Chocolate Velvet
Complementary colors are displayed by complementary birds in this picture inspired by the work of Schouman. These pillows are 22” x 22” and made of silky-soft cotton sateen. The invisible zipper runs along the bottom.
JUN-045/046 -- Schouman Orange A/B
108-128 -- Gold Velvet
Three birds are strutting in bright colors. In a companion pillow, three birds share a tree, singing to assert their presence. All art pillows are printed front and back. Easy to care for, machine wash in cold, gentle cycle, and hang to dry. Delightfully, Schouman kept a detailed diary of his professional life.
JUN-042 -- Schouman Three Birds Red
JUN-041 -- Schouman Three Birds Peace
Schouman founded The Confrerie, a group of amateur art lovers, in 1736. It lasted for over 25 years.
In this captivating combination, an august cockatoo emerges artfully from a background inspired by William Morris. All flange pillows are 26” x 26”. All Euros are also 26” x 26”.
JUN-039/040 -- Schouman Coral Cockatoos A/B
108-018 - Coral Velvet
A red parrot beckons and surprises us from a background inspired by William Morris. This pillow is edged with a 1" flange. The Red Velvet Euro affords a truly handsome match.
JUN-051/052 -- Schouman Red Parrot A/B on Morris Pillow
108-102 -- Red Velvet
A parrot poses to show off his black “headdress” with hints of blue, grey, and orange. The background is inspired by William Morris. This pillow is edged with a 1" flange. Down and feather stuffing. Our Green Oak Throw blanket, backed with Green Oak Velvet, adds the feeling of opulent luxury to your bedroom space.
JUN-049/050 -- Schouman Black Mohawk A/B
CMI-067 -- Green Oak Throw with Velvet
A tiny bird with distinctive facial markings keeps warm against the chilly day. Obtain beautiful accents for your home by pairing with Ice Green Velvet Euro.
In the companion pillow, two birds engage in a disagreement. The Ice Blue Velvet Euro makes a comfortably restful match.
JUN-047 -- Schouman Bird Beak Pillow
JUN-048 -- Schouman Two Birds Pillow
108-135 -- Ice Green Velvet
108-031 -- Ice Blue Velvet
We hope to see you at High Point Market ’22 Fall! October 22nd – 26th.
We have many other new designs to show, inspired by so many artists.
Don’t forget our showroom location: G-6002B, Suites at Market Square, Salon Ground.
We are so excited that our Ghost Dragon pillow diptych is a Trendwatch winner at High Point Market! They'll be featured on the Showplace Walkway, Midnight theme.
We hope to see you at our showroom at High Point on Sat., Oct. 22nd thru Wed., Oct. 26th. Our showroom is at G-6002B, Suites At Market Square, Salon Ground.
This design is a pillow pair from a diptych. Japanese dragons are the benefactors and protectors of mankind: powerful and wise guardians that shield us from universal dangers, and impart their wisdom. A symbol of good fortune, they bring us happiness, offering us strength and courage at each important turning point in our lives.
Edges are finished with a 1" flange and a zipper is located at the bottom of each pillow.
Inserts are stuffed with feather and down.
Covers are removable and machine washable in cold gentle cycle.
Hang dry or tumble dry in low heat and warm iron if necessary.
Art printed on front and back, Size: 22" X 22", Zipper at back bottom.
#artpillows #homedecor #pillows #ghostdragon #japaneseart #chinoiserie
We hope to see you at our showroom at High Point on
Sat., Oct. 22nd thru Wed., Oct. 26th.
Our showroom is at G-6002B, Suites At Market Square, Salon Ground.
We are so happy to be included on Gump's San Francisco cover for Fall season! Recognize this lumbar pillow? It's our CLA-026 Manet Golden Bouquet in the 14x22 size. In watercolor hues of chartreuse, green and champagne, this lumbar pillow welcomes the crisp breeze and crackling delight of this new fall season.
CLA-026-1422 Manet Golden Bouquet Lumbar Pillow
There's nothing like Atlanta Market if you want to get up close and personal with the leading edge in home decor. We were thrilled to move into our new showroom occupying two spaces, E16 and D4 on the 9th floor in AmericasMart 1. So many folks had the opportunity to See - Touch - Feel our latest duvet ensembles, decorative pillows and throws. We were gratified to hear many say that the best way to experience our brilliant colors is in person.
Our Monnoyer Toile duvet ensemble really shows off our high resolution digital printing. Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer was the most influential flower painter of his generation. He specialized in decorative compositions including elaborate vases. Born in Lille in 1636, he worked in Paris in his teens, decorating elements of the Hôtel Lambert. There he came to the attention of Charles Le Brun, the most powerful artist-impresario of the age. Through his influence, Monnoyer supplied designs at the Royal tapestry manufactories at Gobelins and Beauvais.
Monnoyer Toile Blue and White Duvet Orchestra
with Emperor's Approach Pillow
Not to be outdone, our decorative pillows and throws were on display In our neighboring showroom, D4. Each pillow is a work of art. The fabrication is a unique process that mimics silk without being silk. The satin poly fabric is machine washable yet silky and cool to the touch.
Guardi Bouquet --- Van Gogh Almond Blossom
Dragons on Teal --- Pink Cockatoos
Amazon Parrots --- Midnight Dragon
Tibetan Lions --- White Cockatoos
Keinen Peacocks --- Dragons on Raspberry
Our throw blankets are made one at a time in Oakland, California. It shows in our meticulous craftsmanship, from the highly detailed printing, to the refined sewing and excellent quality fabrics. We're delighted to offer three sizes: 50" x 60", 52" x 75", and now 48" x 98" bed scarf throws.
A Sampling of Our Throw Blanket Designs
Canary Roses Bed Scarf Throw in 48" X 98"
We are working on new designs that will be shared via our catalog which is located on the home page of our website at https://poeticpillow.com. The link to our catalog can be found here:
If you need help with an order, feel free to let us know. Our email is email@example.com
Just around the corner is High Point Market. We're already preparing to see you in High Point, North Carolina, this October 22nd-26th! Expect to see some stunning new bedding designs which we're quite proud of.
As always, thank you so much for your excellent feedback. We love to learn how to do what we do better, and we've made some changes. Our duvet ensembles will now include a pair of matching pillow shams. We will offer separately the matching pillow case pair. And we have some other innovations coming.
We are looking forward to seeing you again at this next HPM! We will be at Suites at Market Square Ground Floor G6002B in Salon.
See you at High Point Market!
Saturday, October 22nd thru Wednesday, October 26th, 2022
in our new location
Suites at Market Square, G-6002B Ground Salon
Are you registered for Atlanta Market? We are delighted to be moving into our new showroom at Building 1, Floor 9, E16/D4.
It seems like ages since we saw you all in January!
Showrooms: Tuesday, July 12 – Monday, July 18, 2022
Location: Building 1, Floor 9, E16/D4
Luxurious Duvet Ensembles
Each is comprised of a duvet cover and two matching pillow shams of the same design, and each is a larger-than-life canvas of glorious art. From Guardi to Comoléra, from Renoir to Delacroix, these are sublime additions to create your ultimate bedding scape.
CMI-013. Delacroix Trellis Duvet Ensemble
May we introduce you to Redouté? Starting from humble beginnings, he was to meet some of the rich and powerful before, during, and after the French Revolution. Pierre-Joseph Redouté was an extraordinary man. And the delicate expressiveness of his paintings is awe-inspring.
Born in Belgian Luxembourg at 13 to earn his living as an itinerant painter, and by 23 he was painting scenery for small theaters in Paris. Then fate jumped in: There he met the botanist L'Héritier who steered him toward precise botanical illustration and became his teacher. L'Héritier introduced Redouté to members of the court at Versailles, which led to Marie Antoinette becoming his patron. Eventually he received the title of Draughtsman and Painter to the Queen's Cabinet.
We are thrilled to bring his magic to your bedroom.
RED-037 Redouté White Roses Duvet
By 27, Redouté was at the National Museum of Natural History, cataloguing collections of flora and fauna, and participating in botanical exhibitions.
The hues and energy of summer are on full display in our next selection. Jacques-Laurent Agasse was educated in Paris, and by his 20's was a celebrated animal painter and landscape painter in Switzerland.
Once again, a bit of luck: This time, a wealthy Englishman named George Pitt (the future Lord Rivers) asked Agasse to depict his favorite dog, who had just died. He was so pleased with the result that he brought Agasse to England with him.
CMI-057. Agasse Peach Floral Duvet Ensemble
All of our duvets are available in both King size, 106" x 92", and Queen, 90" x 90". The matching pillow shams are 20" x 36" for King and 20" x 26" for Queen size.
All of our duvets are digitally printed in high resolution upon cotton sateen.
You might be interested to know that the Guardi Bouquet is one of our most popular duvet ensembles. We are thrilled with the response it continues to receive.
CMI-050 Guardi Bouquet Duvet Ensemble
And the Majestic Bouquet evokes the warmth and exuberance of summer mornings ...
DLA-060 Majestic Bouquet Duvet Ensemble
Rest assured our duvets are easy to clean. All our duvets are machine washable in cold water, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low heat or hang dry.
Every duvet was designed in California and produced in Canada.
Each duvet is made to order one at a time. Please allow 8-10 weeks for delivery.
We're looking forward to meeting you ...
... or seeing you once again! We couldn't do it without every one of you.
See you in Atlanta!
Location: Building 1, Floor 9, Showroom E16 / D4
Dates: Tuesday, July 12 – Monday, July 18, 2022
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
It was Great to be Back in High Point!
The energy in the air made this High Point Market something special. So good to see old friends and meet new ones. Who can deny it's always the people that make the market so memorable!
Our new space, in Salon at G-6001S, gave us lots of room to stretch out and proudly display our most exciting collections! From bedding to scarves, from birds to dragons, from Chinoiserie to Grand Millenial, there was something for everyone in our booth! Come take a look ...
Pillow Pairs with Solid Velvets
Our decorative pillows were again well received. This time, we made the decision process a bit easier, taking our paired pillows and matching them with a solid velvet pillow.
This season's collections were filled with influences of Chinoiserie, with dragons, and lions and parrots roaming the shelves. Our colorful jewel toned motifs captured the attention of Style Spotters on the lookout!
Captured by Style Spotters!
Such a thrill to meet Lisa Brown and share some more about the story of Poetic Pillow. Our passion for art history has inspired a world of whimsy in textiles! We were delighted to share with Lisa and her group a unique perspective in home decor, one that embraces new and old. These treasures from far and near bring a new energy and excitement to any living space.
Gladys shows off our Guardi Bouquet Scarf
New to market were a collection of silk charmeuse scarves. Made in Canada, of 100% silk charmeuse. Thanks to Gladys for modeling our Guardi Bouquet scarf!
Most popular was our Midnight Dragon scarf, with detailed graphical edging. These were extra large at 50x50 and many will find uses that include wraps, shawls, and even a table cloth. Our parrot scarf has even been used as wall art!
We further expanded our line of duvet ensembles this market.
A Duvet Ensemble makes a great Mother's Day Gift!
Each duvet ensemble includes a duvet cover and two matching pillowcases.
Inspired by fine works of art, our Dutch floral botanical prints were particularly well received.
The Eelkema Majestic and Guardi Bouquet Duvet Ensembles were quite popular.
The 7-piece Eelkema Majestic King Duvet Set
It's the King of the duvets! Any of our King duvet ensembles is available as a 7-piece duvet set. See the matching Euro shams in the background? It's a veritable bedscape set!
King sized duvet sets include one duvet cover, two matching pillowcases, three Euro velvet shams and one kidney toss pillow.
IFDA Finalist: Dragons on Turquoise
At this market, we were so honored to be nominated by designer David Santiago for the Best in Soft Goods category by the IFDA (International Furnishings and Design Association). His enthusiasm was contagious and really made our market that much more special.
We are already thinking about next market. It was so wonderful to reconnect! For those of you who couldn't make it, we will be sharing a video, currently being edited, with highlights from market.
At Poetic Pillow, we strive to be the calm cornerstone of your business. Our focus is on designing and making beautiful products that build businesses.
Consistency is vital to us in our products and our business model. Even with the rapid changes happening in the world today, we've been attempting to keep our pricing as consistent as possible. However, we've gotten to a point where the cost of operating is rising too much for us to continue absorbing the extra cost.
In the coming weeks, we will be sharing with you our updated pricing and an updated catalog. New prices will go into effect on June 1, 2022.
Greetings from the show! It's been such a joy to see everyone again -- old friends, new faces. This time, we introduced a stimulating collection of bed scarves. Here are some of our favorites! We want to give you every opportunity to Live Poetically!
Once again, here's our booth address.
High Point Market
Suites at Market Square
G-6001S Salon Ground
Saturday, April 2nd, thru Wednesday, April 6th, 2022
Van Gogh and Japan
This bed scarf conjures the Eastern influences depicted in the almond blossoms and branches. Van Gogh immersed himself in Japanese art and culture. He painted this still life while living in Arles in 1888, which Van Gogh called "the Japan of the South".
Vincent Van Gogh's brother and life-long friend Theo provided him with his strongest financial and emotional support. He painted this for Theo's son, also named Vincent.
Van Gogh's use of subtly vivid colors and daring strokes evoke contradictions -- peaceful but not at rest. Find inspiration in Van Gogh's vision and bring whimsy and a pop of color into your surroundings.
Consider pairing it with matching lumbar as shown above.
The Gleam of Guardi
Francesco Guardi's typically spirited brush strokes glisten and glow in this luminescent bouquet. This bed scarf adds a delightfully lively tone to any bedroom space.
All our bed scarves are machine washable in cold water, gentle cycle. Tumble dry low heat or hang dry. It's easy to maintain the brilliance of this lovely piece of art.
There's no one like Renoir
Pierre-Auguste Renoir's flowers seem slightly to merge with one another in this stunning new bed scarf. His warm, soulful impressionism combines diffuse brushstrokes with super-saturated hues.
Classmate of Van Gogh and Alfred Sisley, Renoir was thrust into a cauldron of Impressionist creativity.
It was also a time of political conflict and intrigue. During the Paris Commune of 1871, in the wrong place at the wrong time, young Renoir was painting by the Seine when some Communards thought he was a spy. He was nearly thrown into the river, when the Commune leader recognized Renoir as the man who had protected him some time before.
All of our bed scarves are available in both King size, 25" x 102", and Queen, 25" x 90".
Let Your Bedroom Space Blossom
In peachy hues of coral and pink, peonies spring alive in our bed scarves inspired by the Qing dynasty artist Yun Shouping.
In each design, the dreamy patterns of fully blooming peonies and delicate foliage suggest a change of seasons. It's no surprise that Yun Shouping is said to have mastered the Three Perfections (poetry, calligraphy, and painting).
All of our bed scarves are digitally printed in high resolution upon satin.
Thrill to the work of Ogawa Kazumasa
Creme azaleas, supple and animated, sway in the wind on a clear blue day. This design is the perfect choice to "reset" any bedroom decor. It was inspired by the pioneer photo mechanical printer Ogawa Kazumasa.
Every bed scarf was designed and produced in California.
One of our Most Popular Designs
See how the roses shine joyously in this still life by Ferenc Olgyay. The depiction seems three dimensional. What a lovely, restful way to spend the night!
Ferenc Olgyay was a guest member of the Hungarian artist colony that came about after the formation of the Arts Association of Szolnok in 1901.
Wrap Yourself in Comoléra's Bouquet
Discover Mélanie de Comoléra. Crisp lines, vibrant hues: The attention to detail is breaktaking.
She is best known for her works on porcelain, but we love the brilliant sense of drama in her copy of a still life by Van Huysum.
The ravishing detail in this work, especially when paired with the matching lumbar pillow, brings forth an exuberant display without peer.
Infinitely Lovely Shades of Green
A green oak tree quivers with life in this water color painting originally made by the Dutch artist George Andries Roth (1809 - 1887). Feel the sublime comforts of greens in the mist.
One can almost hear the slight crackles of the sturdy branches in the fresh autumn breeze. This painting currently resides in the Rijksmuseum collection of fine arts.
Each bed scarf is made to order one at a time. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
Come join in the fun!
We have so many more designs to show you!
Here's how to find us:
High Point Market
Suites at Market Square
G-6001S Salon Ground
Saturday, April 2nd, thru Wednesday, April 6th, 2022
Poetic Pillow is a platform for creating meaningful space.
A room, a home, an office, a garden, any space that we inhabit can be made special by pillows. Decorative throws, pillow covers, and cushions, in all its possibilities can transform a space from ordinary to meaningful.