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Pillow Perfect Outdoor | Indoor Terrace Noir Large Chairpad (Set

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Pillow Perfect Outdoor | Indoor Terrace Noir Large Chairpad (Set

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The crisp lines of Terrace Noir Stripe are an excellent accent for your favorite room or outdoor space. Alternating narrow and broad stripes of gray, khaki, and white make for a clean look in bedrooms, living rooms, or pool areas. Terrace Noir Stripe was created to be paired with a number of other Pillow Perfect patterns and solids and is available in a variety of pillow/cushion shapes and sizes on Amazon.com. For more than 30 years, Pillow Perfect has been designing and manufacturing decorative pillows and outdoor furniture cushions for the largest online and brick-and-mortar retailers in the United States. We have always been focused on providing the highest level of quality, service, and style, and our talented in-house creative team is constantly watching design and color trends, ensuring that we are always ahead of the curve. Founded by current CEO/Owner Paul and his brother David in 1989, Pillow Perfect products have always been proudly made in the USA, and our Woodstock, GA facility is truly where the magic happens. Each pillow is cut, sewn, labeled, filled, and finished by our team of dedicated employees so you can enjoy it on your sofa, chaise lounge, or in your personal backyard oasis.

Pillow Perfect Outdoor | Indoor Terrace Noir Large Chairpad (Set

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