caitlin hinshelwood

I’m a sucker for a cute animal illustration. Whether it’s on a pillow, towel or card, if there’s a furry (or feathered) friend on it, there’s a big chance I’ll like it. These hand-dyed and screenprinted pillows are from designer Caitlin Hinshelwood in London. I love the sort of washed-out color palettes and that they feel both fresh and gently used/loved at the same time. The rabbit pillow above is my favorite (and is probably as close as I’ll get to Easter decorations), but you can check out and shop Caitlin’s full series right here on Etsy. xo, grace

  1. Jennifer says:

    I’m so in love with these designs! I love animal illustrations, too. But these are special because they also look very mature. I would totally decorate my office with these.

  2. Gramercy Home says:

    These are simply adorable. Great find!!

  3. I really love the grey and yellow pillow with the birds on it, it is gorgeous! Makes me want to redecorate my apartment for spring!

    Thanks for posting!

  4. I’m a sucker for a cute animal illustration too, and I really like Caitlin’s style!

  5. Shelley says:

    The pillows are wonderful! She has an great sense of design, thank you for sharing these with us.


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