[#image: /photos/5853a161c7188f9b26c934f3]||||||If there's one thing we Southerners embrace more than anything, it's tradition. That's why this pillow caught my eye when it was sent to the *W* offices last week. The pillow features a print called Savannah Toile, a clever spin on the traditional toile. In lieu of the usual period tableaux, this pattern features Spanish-moss-covered gazebos, dog walkers and bike riders — all things that you'd find in modern-day Savannah, GA. The design was thought up by MFA student Morena Guzman as part of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)'s [Working Class Studio](http://shopscadonline.com/cart/manufacturers.php?manufacturerid=46), a product development division at the school, where students, alumni and faculty design and sell everything from home wares to greeting cards. [Guzman's toile](http://shopscadonline.com/cart/product.php?productid=17248&cat=0&page=1) is available on indoor and outdoor pillows ($50), as well as aprons and towels. This Carolina boy can't wait to bedeck his apartment in southern charm!