|Product Type: Throw pillow||Cover Material Details: Woven Polyester|
|Closure Type: Zipper||Color: Purple|
|Shape: Square||Cover Material: Synthetic|
|Fill Material: Polyester/Polyfill||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Non-Toxic: Yes||Fade Resistant: Yes|
|Hypoallergenic: Yes||Lint Free: Yes|
|Non-Pilling: Yes||Density: Soft|
|Handmade: Yes||Construction Technique: Woven|
|Theme: Wildlife||Pattern: Graphic print|
|Gender: Unisex||Life Stage: Adult|
|Fill Weight: 1 Pounds||Removable Cover: Yes|
|Washing Method: Machine wash||Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
DENY Designs Elizabeth St Hilaire Nelson Cacophony of Color Polyester Throw Pillow
Connie from Racine, WI
fully stuffed, correct size that was ordered, nice addition to the collection of pillows on my bed
Colorful accent pillow
Ellen from Longboat Key, FL– Verified Buyer
Colors are perfect. Fabric has more texture than expected. Quality is great.
Janis from California– Top 500 Reviewer
I'm absolutely in love with the colors on this pillow and the design is gorgeous. I am, however, a little disappointed in the loose weave of the fabric. I wish it was more of a linen type of fabric with a tighter weave. I'm worried my cats (or my husband) are going to snag it.
Marilyn from St Louis Park, MN– Verified Buyer
This pillow is absolutely gorgeous. Good quality.. I love it!
Sharon from Bluffton, SC– Verified Buyer
I love the rich colors and the quality of the pillow. It is the main attraction in a small cluster of similar colored pillows.
colorful peacock pillow
Sherron from San Antonio, TX
beautiful pillow..the friend I gave it to, loves it. uses it.
Peacock Throw Pillow
Cindy from Grants Pass, OR– Verified Buyer
This is a very, fun, bright, modern take on Peacock throw pillow. It looks great on my purple loveseat.
Perfect in my Lanai Room
Sharon from Florida
I have this pillow in my lanai room. It has a tiki lounge theme and this pillow goes perfect.
home decor 2013
Rene from New York, NY– Verified Buyer
More beautiful than the picture on line could ever represent.
Anonymous from Minnesota