Caramel Linen Zebra Pillows, Pair
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Ivy and Vine

Caramel Linen Zebra Pillows, Pair

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Est. Arrival: Aug 21 - Aug 31
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Why we love this
Pair of custom caramel-and-ivory zebra pattern linen pillows. Pattern on fronts and backs with premium ivory linen cording. Custom ultra-plump down-and-feather inserts. Hidden zipper closures.
Care: dry-clean only
Color: tan/cream/ivory
Condition: New
Dimensions: 22" L x 8" W x 22" H
Era: Contemporary
Made Of: cover, linen; insert, down/feather
SKU: 77488681
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Aug 21 - Aug 31
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Launched by former ELLE magazine fashion director Heather Hogan Roberts, Ivy and Vine offers a curated eclectic mix of vintage, refurbished and custom furniture and accessories for the home. Whether it’s an elephant garden stool, a pair of Greek-key trimmed custom throw pillows or a lacquered faux bamboo dresser, Ivy and Vine’s selections always bring a chic and fashionable twist to any setting they’re in. Our pieces have appeared in numerous shelter magazines, including Lucky.
Why we love this
Pair of custom caramel-and-ivory zebra pattern linen pillows. Pattern on fronts and backs with premium ivory linen cording. Custom ultra-plump down-and-feather inserts. Hidden zipper closures.
About the Seller
Launched by former ELLE magazine fashion director Heather Hogan Roberts, Ivy and Vine offers a curated eclectic mix of vintage, refurbished and custom furniture and accessories for the home. Whether it’s an elephant garden stool, a pair of Greek-key trimmed custom throw pillows or a lacquered faux bamboo dresser, Ivy and Vine’s selections always bring a chic and fashionable twist to any setting they’re in. Our pieces have appeared in numerous shelter magazines, including Lucky.