There's absolutely nothing manly about decorative pillows, unless you're using them to smother the interior designer while your wife makes everybody herbal tea. Pick up some decorative pillows that won't inspire murder, from The Utilitarian Franchise.
Fronted by a freelance designer who spends his non-creative time making pants for struggling companies like Levi's, Dockers, and, let's say, Ford, the Franchise screen prints 18"x18"or 12"x18" pillows with vintage/ original artwork ranging from personified animals to defunct psychological theories, making them an unwise choice for therapists looking to spruce up their office couches... not that the guy with triple-schizophrenia in his humors would notice anyway. Head supporters adorned by sketches of dapper man-imals include the Civil War garbed "Whitetail Deer General", the similarly ranked and clothed "General Four Horned Goat Ram", and the "Handsome Young Bearded Buck", looking suspiciously like a beastly clone of Gyllenhaal, more commonly referred to as a "Jake-a-lope". Or "Maggie". Less-themed works of vintage cushionry feature everything from Colt revolvers, to the "you decide", colonially dressed "Bearded Lady or Man in Drag", to "Phrenology", based on the German pseudoscience of skull measurements, and depicting a mapped-out dome with sections like "conjugal love", "combativeness", and "destructiveness" perfectly illustrating the field's naivete, as they're all the same thing. Women!
Lest your wall become jealous of your couch, they've also just started slinging stretch canvas prints, like "Young Bucks Brawling" with two half-naked half-breeds wrestling -- the very sight your wife will stumble upon if you don't adequately get the drop on Jai Rodriguez.