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Elegant Blush Pink Tuileries Chair Pillow
If you have a passion for Parisian inspired decor, you will be happy to make the aquaintance of our exquisite Tuileries chair pillow. Its story begins with an show stopping blush floral damask face in a heavyweight silken fabric, paired beautifully with a soft petal pink and cream tweed on reverse. A match made in heaven! Joined together with our signature luxury exposed zipper and handsome pull in matte gold.
Enjoy the dreamy lavender pink tones of this pretty and timeless pillow, which boasts a soft silken shimmer. It's bountiful floral and scroll pattern transports us back in time, channeling the sophisticated look of the beautiful wallpapers of a grand French chateau. The selection of an enchanting and fun pink tweed back brings a fresh and familiar feel to this romantic pillow, a beautiful surprise wherever it is placed.
Enjoy Tuileries throughout your home. The unexpected pairing of front to back makes this pillow a decadent addition to any bedroom or living space, fitting in (and standing out!) with traditional, French country or transitional decor. An ideal statement pillow for your favorite chair or with a throw on the chaise. Easily change your vibe simply by turning it over! We love it in the same space with our chocolate and rose pink Bordeaux pillow, too!, or with our Saddle Brown velvets.
Shown here with our all season Wild Sage baby alpaca throw.
Tuileries is sold pillow COVER ONLY
- measures approximately 16 x 13-inches
- we recommend our 18 x 14-inch down and feather insert for optimal fit
- to add our premium insert, click here.
100% upholstery weight premium polyester blend designer fabric
cover features exposed designer zipper and bar pull in matte gold
masterfully created in New York, USA
dry clean only
designed and produced exclusively by Dovecote
Inspiration: This elegant pillow was named for the exquisitely manicured Tuileries Gardens in Paris, a true expression of French formal garden style and a beloved destination located between the Louvre and the Place de Concorde.