Did you guys ever see the Space Bags pillow commercial? It’s hilarious and probably hits a wee bit to close to home for many of us. Look, there’s a reason why pillows are addicting. They’re small, can be relatively inexpensive, easy to switch out, and are one of the best ways to soften and add interest to a room. I drool over the pricey designer pillows naturally, but you really don’t have to spend a ton to make it look chic and stylish! Here are some of my favorite affordable pillow sources:
You could get lost in a rabbit hole for hours on this site. Society 6 partners with hundreds of thousands of artists who upload their original work and you can get those works as art prints, on cell phone cases, t-shirts, clocks, mugs, and pretty much anything…. including pillows!
Who doesn’t love West Elm these days? With mid century modern all the rage, West Elm has you covered. Pillow-wise, they’re great for both bold batterns and textural neutrals.
Honestly, I always forget that H&M has a home section. My local H&M doesn’t stock home items (sadface) but I stopped in one while on vacation a little over a month ago and it seriously took all my willpower not to buy all the things.
Target has a pretty extensive pillow collection both in stores and online. They’ve definitely been upping their decor game by leaps and bounds in the past few years and the pillows are no different. There’s certainly some duds to sift through, but when they’re good, they’re REALLY good.
While their seasonal patterns aren’t making me jump for joy currently, World market has some great go to colors and textures ideal for layering.
I’m lumping these together since they’re the same company although only TX Maxx has an online store. This may be my #1. Sift through the generic beachy prints and geometric patterns and you’re likely to find something that feels really special.
Don’t you just want them all? If you have any store you’d like to add to the list, please share in the comments! Share your pillow source secrets!