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Roundup: Pret-a-Paisley

Why so sad, Eli Stone? You look so handsome on your paisley throw. So good, in fact, you reminded me of how much I love the droplet-shaped veggie motif. It's not only Yours Truly who has a thing for the comma-esque shape: paisley is one of the most recognized patterns in the world, and has been for some time. Paisley originated in Persia and India in the 17th century and is still widely popular in Iran and South and Central Asia today.

I decided to see if any of my home decor haunts had come up with some crave worthy paisley designs, and the voyage was a success! There are dozens of gorgeous paisley designs around these days, including pillows, throws, bedding, and even trays! If I can't transport myself to the sofa beside Eli, I guess this is the next best thing. To see my finds,

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tiabia tiabia 8 years
Paisley around the house in small doses is always a great thing. It adds a new texture. I'm more a fan of the pillows, pots and throws. Things that can be taken away when the pattern gets tiring. As for Eli, he's probably sad because of that sad sack of a network (ABC) canceling such a great show....BOOOOOOOO
Kodama Kodama 8 years
He's sad because he's getting cancelled. Poor Eli.
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