Favorite Sources for Affordable Pillows
March 6, 2013
This week is pretty crazy, we’ve got several projects in the works and we’re celebrating a birthday, so I’ve been away from the computer a lot but I got a great question the other day and I had to smack my head because I can’t believe I haven’t answered it yet.
“Dear Kate. How can I get to the information from February where you were describing how to combine patterns of throw pillows? And where can you find a variety of reasonably priced pillows?” ~ Loretta in Kentucky
Loretta that post you mention on pillow styling is here and I have a lot of places I like to shop for pillows. I’m a frequent pillow changer by season so if I don’t make them myself, I hunt for ready made ones that are affordable and by that I mean under $50. I’ve kept a master list of retailers in a document on my computer and was reminded to post it here when Loretta prompted me.
Here are my favorite sources for affordable pillows (under $50):
1) Etsy. I like to support small businesses so I shop around on Etsy for pillow covers made with designer fabrics, some of my favorites include Festive Home Decor, NenaVon, Pop O Color, Pillow Mood, Kassapanola, and WillaSkyeHome.
7. West Elm
11. Pottery Barn
12. World Market
14. Zara Home
17. Tonic Living
Can you sew? Know someone who can? If so, here are over 25 fabulous online sources for fabric to make your own. Also, I’ve picked up half a dozen pillows on Joss & Main in the last year when they have sales, even some designer pillows like Trina Turk – here’s a referral if you’re not signed up yet.
If you’re ready to spend more than $50 on a pillow, check out Burke Decor, Zinc Door, Room & Board, Horchow, CS Post, Williams Sonoma Home, Pine Cone Hill, Jon Robshaw, Horne, Jayson Home, Serena & Lily, Z Gallerie, and Layla Grace.
So glad I was able to finally create a list like this, thanks for the kick in the pants Loretta! I finally finished painting my thrift store credenza for the studio, hoping to share that next.