Peking expands Rhein dec pillow collection

San Francisco – Peking Handicraft has introduced a new embroidered pillow collection by Los Angeles artist D.L. Rhein.

Each of the four pillows in the collection reflects Rhein’s colorful artwork.

“Peking Handicraft's customers continue to fall in love with D.L. Rhein's vintage-inspired designs,” said Derrick Lo, the firm’s vice president of home décor. “These pillows add even more variety to our already extensive and very popular D.L. Rhein Collection of home décor and accessories.  We are excited to continue to expand this collection and offer these beautiful designs by one of America's most loved artists.”

The 16-inch-by-16-inch embroidered pillows are all down-filled.  Cordelia, Bianca and Miranda retail for a suggested $80 and Lovebirds for $70.

Rhein has been a fixture on the Los Angeles design scene since 1991. Starting from home, making unique picture frames, she has since developed a full-scale design business featuring a variety of home and gift items.

Peking Handicraft’s D.L. Rhein collection of home décor items includes rugs, pillows, bedding, table linens and decorative accessories as well as a holiday collection.

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