Pillo is an online shop offering a range of exclusive, hand-printed soft furnishings and accessories, sold alongside carefully selected and distinctive homewares made from vintage textiles.
House and Garden’s Magazine:
‘Pillo is an online shop that offers vintage items with a pleasingly unfussy and utilitarian edge.’
‘The antique linen cushions are particularly pretty.’
The World of Interiors:
‘Thanks to Amy Morton of London-based Pillo there’s no need to forgo comfort in order to have a cushion to yourself.’
About Pillo Products
Launched in 2017, the Pillo Prints range offers soft furnishings made from screen-printed linens, with designs inspired by antique etchings, graphics and florals. The Pillo Prints collection captures the essence of simple vintage style and works beautifully alongside the original vintage Pillo pieces. The Pillo Prints range is printed and made by hand in London. If you are interested in stocking the Pillo Prints range in your shop, please get in contact with Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org
At Pillo, we believe that antique textiles add a unique and unrivalled richness and texture to a room. We strive to offer striking and eye-catching antiques and soft furnishing that can bring a touch of distinction into your home.
To source Pillo Vintage, we scour markets looking for textiles and antiques that have beauty, purity of design and authenticity, pieces imbued with artistry and
craftsmanship from the past.
We convert the antique textiles into soft furnishings, cutting each piece of cloth by hand. All of the items are sewn in London and are unique limited editions that can sell out quickly.
About Amy Morton
Amy founded Pillo in 2014 and is the driving force behind all things Pillo. She has a desire to go against the flow of mass production and to create genuine, beautifully crafted items, all made in the UK using the finest natural materials.
Amy has a background in textile design and an established and successful career in the home furnishings industry working for over 5 years in the head office of Cabbages and Roses, followed by 5 years as a fabric buyer with John Lewis. Amy also works as a freelance designer and stylist. For more information please email Amy at email@example.com