Apollo and Artemis Pillow Cushions

by interior designer

in Accessories

If you’re looking to add some classical accessories to a living room or bedroom then you might like these Apollo and Artemis pillow cushions by Thomas Paul. This is especially the case if you have a fondness for Ancient Greece and all the myths and legends associated with this period. A little classical Greek decor accents like these Apollo and Artemis pillow cushions can enhance the beauty and richness of an interior whether it be the sitting room or bathroom.

apollo-pillow-cushionApollo was one of the most important Olympian deities and was known as the god of light and the sun; truth and prophecy; archery; medicine and healing; music, poetry, and the arts, as well as numerous other things. Apollo most commonly carries the bow and arrow but is also known to hold a kithara which is a type of lyre and a sword.

artemis-pillow-cushionThe twin sister of Apollo was Artemis, who was also one of the most venerated of Ancient Greek deities. She was the goddess of forests and hills, child birth, virginity, fertility and the hunt. Like her twin brother, she was often depicted carrying a bow and arrow and is seen with a deer and a cypress branch.

These classical Greek pillow cushions will bring a touch of history and sophistication to an interior without becoming too meretricious.

You can buy the Apollo pillow from here: Apollo 18″ Pillow in Java by Thomas Paul

And the Artemis pillow from here: Artemis 18″ Pillow in Java by Thomas Paul

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maureen 08.07.09 at 01:19

oh gosh, i was looking at something like these from XY decor. they’re definitely unique!

interior designer 08.07.09 at 01:37

They are indeed. I like very much the design of the busts.

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