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Toss pillows with Southwestern flair ease the transition from summer to autumn

When mixing and matching throw pillows, don’t just consider color - also take texture, size and shape into account. Make sure to vary each of these for optimum visual interest.

Romero & Romero

Who says you can’t incorporate some color into autumn? Transition your home from summer into fall with an enticing combination of prints and patterns that evoke summer festivals and autumnal textures.  

 

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Add some sunshine with this Indian cotton and polyester throw pillow by Loloi. Paul Michael Company, 1800 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette. 337-981-1289; paulmichaelcompany.com

 

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This handcrafted cotton and linen Villa pillow features a fun print in primary colors that makes the transition to fall easy. Paul Michael Company.

 

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Black and white decor is timeless, and this cotton and linen down-filled pillow from Villa is no exception. Paul Michael Company.

 

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This kilim woven wool and cotton pillow was handmade in Turkey. Swags Studio, 1116 Coolidge St, Lafayette. 337-237-1732; swagsstudio.com

 

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A neutral pillow in varying textures of faux satin and cotton can soften a bohemian-inspired space. The Royal Standard, 2015 Johnston St., Lafayette. 337-289-1144; theroyalstandard.com

 

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Mixed prints are a must, and this down-filled linen throw pillow combines beading and a funky zigzag pattern. Bassett Home Furnishings, 501 Acadiana Mall Circle, Lafayette. 337-735-1000; bassettfurniture.com

 

 

 

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