row of letters

Nothing says summer quite like faded blues. They remind me of time spent at the beach and the way my favorite swimsuits and towels fade by the end of the season. These pretty batik pillows are from Row of Letters, a shop that sells cushion covers and tea towels that are hand stamped with rubber blocks designed and made by Jonathan Margono. You can check out the full collection and shop online ($20–$30) right here. xo, grace


  1. Love the bold graphics!

    Christina

  2. If you’re a sewer, these pillows are easy to recreate on a machine using quilt fabrics. I saw a tie-dyed quilt fabric the other day at Vogue Fabrics that would be fabulous in pillows, coverlets and bedsheets.

  3. Blue reminds me of lazy summer days too – these pillow capture the feeling perfectly. Plus you can’t beat that price point.

  4. hena tayeb says:

    Love the bold graphic pillows.. stamping fabric is a great easy way to bring pattern into your decor.

  5. Mary says:

    Love these hand stamped pillows. I wouldn’t say they are batik lest the traditional batik dyers of the world get up in arms.

  6. Cori says:

    uh-oh. I think I may need a few pillows.

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