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On Fire 18x18 Linen Pillow
$168.00
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CARE Dry-clean only.
COLOR pink/white/multi
DIMENSIONS 18"L x 18"W
MADE IN USA
MADE OF cover, linen; insert, feather/down
PLEASE NOTE Print is on both sides. Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Aug 01 - Aug 06
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Kristi Kohut is a mixed-media artist, designer, and advertising art director. After spending years in the advertising field, Kohut decided to build a studio and create work that unites her passion for art and design. Incorporating non-traditional materials such as embroidery thread, crayons, felt, and magazine clippings, Kohut’s work explores beauty both in nature and culture, examining such themes as the lure of beauty, aging, and the influence of the media. Kohut’s mixed-media work has been exhibited at the River East Art Center and the ARC Gallery in Chicago, IL. It was also awarded the Juror’s Choice at the Chicago Art Open in 2010.
Why we love this

Made in the USA with imported fabric, this bold, whimsical pillow is constructed using patterned linen created from original artwork by Kristi Kohut. Stuffed with a plush feather-and-down insert, this pillow is finished with a signature felt crest patch and an antiqued-brass zipper.

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