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We tend to push aside the home-decor drama during the summer months. After all, sangria on the patio seems a lot more appealing than strolling the aisles of IKEA. But, sometimes, our domestic spirit craves a fresh touch to take our space to a new level of sophistication (and bring the entertaining indoors by the AC).
New York-based designer Andrew Yes’s pillow collections are just the thing. Ranging from vibrant chevron patterns to watercolor prints, Yes’s styles are the easiest way to add a bit of playfulness to your pad without getting too childlike. The unique geometric shapes — including Yes’s signature, spherical pillow ball — are the perfect accent for a non-traditional aesthetic. What’s more, they come in a range of materials including vegan leather (which we’re all about right now), to fit whatever your fancy.
Priced from $350 to $500, these plush home touches are a bit of a splurge, but they're also sure to be a much better conversation starter than your 8000 BTUs of sweet relief. Click on through to find your piece of domestic bliss.
Photos: Courtesy of Andrew Yes
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