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Suna Fiesta 20x20 Pillow, Multi
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CARE Dry-clean.
COLOR pink/blue/multi
DIMENSIONS 20"L x 20"W
MADE OF cover, cotton/polyester; insert, feather/down
PLEASE NOTE Because this item is specially made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 04 - Oct 09
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Kim Salmela's furniture and accessories are inspired by the trends and materials she sees around the world. “This line is the best representation of my love of color, exotic patterns, vintage styling, and a modern layering and mixing of materials," the designer explains. "With this line I am allowing myself to be free to just design. I am not following any rules… I’m just doing what I love.”
Why we love this

This vibrant pillow features a Navajo-inspired print in faded black, fuchsia, and teal and is welted in plush black velvet. The design is backed in solid ivory fabric. A feather-and-down fill ensures long-lasting loftiness. Made in the USA.

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