Today, I have compiled my five favorite sources for new pillows to help you easily find accent pillows and change the look of your living room with ease. Changing out your accent pillows is an inexpensive way to give your living room or bedroom a face lift without the expense of new furniture. I am always looking for ways to update a room with a limited budget and this is by far my favorite way to to do that.
Seriously, who doesn’t love HomeGoods? They are a decorator’s dream place to shop and my top source for new pillows. There is always something to inspire and get the creative juices flowing. They sell a wide variety of styles and sizes and often in pairs of two. I have, in the past, picked up a new pair for as little as $20.00. That’s $10 a pillow! I couldn’t even make a pair for that low price.
Another source for new pillows is “The Little Market”. It was founded by Lauren Conrad and features amazing handmade one of a kind items. Their mission is to work with artisans around the world and create sustainable partnerships that help lift women and children out of poverty. Each of their items are scouted and sourced. Not only do I love their mission, but I love the price points through out the site. Their pillow cases fall within the $30-$60 range, not bad for handmade, artisan craft work. They are also great resource for one of kind gifts and unique things to treat yourself to.
They are a Spanish fashion brand that branched out to sell home decor too. They have been one of my go to labels for clothing, but their home goods are worth a nod. They tend to be a bit universal, leaning more toward the classic style, while still offering a few on trend items. Right now, they are having an amazing summer sale with some pillows marked down by 50%; making them a source for new pillows worth checking out.
West Elm is a great place to scout any home decor needs as well as a fabulous source for new pillows and cases. Their pillow casese are unique and come in 13 different colors, a variety of textures and patterns. I like their selection of modern prints and artsy patterns. Their pom pom pillow case is a must for our master this winter. It’s a great gray done in a soft velvet. Priced around $50 or so, they won’t they break the bank, but may still be a tad out of reach for those on super tight budgets. If you need the insert or just a new case, West Elm can be a great source.
Furbish Studio has a great selection of young, hip modern patterns as well as classic motifs that will stand the test of time. Their color and pattern selection is on trend with animal prints, fretwork, Ikat, blues, grays, pinks and yellows. The drawback is that they are a bit pricey for the average budget, but if you are looking to splurge they are worth checking out.
There you have my five favorite sources for new pillows. I think I have captured a variety of styles and price points for you, making the task of choosing new pillows a pleasure.