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These 5 textured throw pillows come with flourishes you can feel | Entertainment/Life

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An ideal arrangement 

In perpetual bloom, tassel “flowers” pop in two shades of pink, and a Chinoiserie vase adds depth in a classic color combination. 

Hazelnut, 5525 Magazine St., New Orleans, (504) 891-2424, hazelnutneworleans.com. Vase arrangement punch embroidery and tassel 18-inch accent pillow in cotton, $89.







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Warm spot

A rich golden color, coupled with a pleasantly symmetrical design, makes this throw pillow a lovely way to brighten up your sofa or bed.

Home Depot, homedepot.com. Square 18-inch cotton woven looped pillow in mustard, $36.







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In the mix

With pompoms and tassels and a tri-color design, the Luciana pillow collection has a vintage vibe and a fresh feel.

Anthropologie, anthropologie.com. Luciana textured cotton pillows in various sizes, $66-$118.







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A different stripe

Keep it interesting with a multistriped, multitexture design and a pillow cover that gives a nod to nautical.

Disco Warehouse, 3101 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, (504) 571-5622, discowarehouse.net. Thick cotton handwoven 16-inch pillow cover, $20.







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Subtly rosy

This dusty pink embroidered throw pillow has an understated appeal punctuated by subtle stripes and dainty front tassels.

Urban Roots, 2375 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, (504) 522-4949, urbanrootsnola.com. Creative Co-op 22-inch cotton embroidered throw pillow, $48.

Tactile accents engage the senses to make rooms more appealing.

Stay ahead of the design curve with furniture that steers clear of hard angles





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