Terry Rosen’s Pitch-Perfect Pastel Pillows

Modern Decor

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.

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  1. sherri

    Jul 13, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Am a huge fan of your site and super excited about these fab pillows. My dilemma is how many… adore the pastel Wedgewood blue pillow on the website link and pondering it mixed with the coral for a pop.

    Would love any readers help if possible: 2 blue and 1 coral perhaps?


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