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When San Diego interior designer and colorist Kathleen Roarty wanted to create a livable outdoor room, she searched in vain for designer pillows that could work under "real life" situations. The result was the launch in 2008 of Mint Pillows, three lines inspired by her family's worldwide travels. Now, Roarty has launched a new collection, Elements: Water, Earth, Fire and Air — each an individual series with six slightly different patterned pillows. We're digging Water, which mimics an alluring shallow patch of sun-dappled ocean in the Bahamas. Each collection is a limited edition, and each pillow is hand-crafted, numbered and dated. The insert is a cushy faux-down that is soft and dense but also durable for the outdoors. Now, Mint Pillows has switched all of their designs to a soft new fabric that is made from 100% recycled water bottles. The results are luxurious feeling, nap-inducing pillows. mintpillows.com