Pastel is a terrifying, tricky thing. For the most part, it’s an always-to-be-avoided, nauseating mix of hues that should never be placed together, even in kids’ rooms or during spring. But, surprisingly, pastels have been making a come back as a popular possible palette to revive tired indoor spaces and reinvent boring outdoor places. But like we said, pastels are usually TERRIBLE. Except—designer Terry Rosen’s recent line of pillows that feature a traditional design that somehow makes us think they are really modern. And the pastels here are perfect! Not too, pastel-y, almost neon-y—just right.
New York City based artist and textile designer Terry Rosen is applying her vision to the home design world, with a decorative pillow collection from DQtrs. Inspired by Rosen’s own collection of vintage costume jewelry bracelets, each design in the five pattern collection, features open and closed bracelet combinations: Swimmers, Birds and Fishes, Courtship, Quartet, and Relationship. The pillows, available in two sizes, retail at $135 and $245, and are offered in eight color combinations. The pillows can be ordered online at on Terry Rosen’s website.