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Sprucing up your nest for 2012 doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank. Swapping out a few decorative throw pillows is an easy (and budget-friendly) way to instantly change the feel of a room. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got your back with a handful of chic, graphic-print styles from local home boutiques.

Top to bottom: Jana Lam floral-print cotton and house-print cotton pillows, $52 each, both, Super Citizen, 22 S. Pauahi St., 599-4333.

SoHa Living chevron-print linen-and-cotton-blend pillow, $88, SoHa Living, Kahala Mall, 591-9777.

Swirl-print pillow, $30, Sugarcane, 1137 11th Ave., #101, 739-2263.

Duralee Sunglow diamond-print pillow, $150, Pacific Home, 420 Ward Ave., 596-9338.

Kaypee Soh Coral Palm vegetable-dyed linen-blend pillow, $130, Owens & Co., 1152 Nuuanu Ave., 531-4300.

 

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