I keep telling myself I’m going to make some pillows. I buy the fabric, I have the pillow forms, but yet I never seem to pull the trigger. Instead, I search for store-bought pillows at the last minute to complete the look of a room. Lucky for me, several of my bloggy friends have pillow tutorials and then I have a few ideas of my own for decorating with pillows. Take a look …
Jamie at So Much Better with Age shares how to sew a beautiful Ikat pillow.
It looks perfect paired with French grain sack pillows.
If sewing’s not your thing, you’ll love these no-sew floor cushions made by Shannon at AKA Design.
I love the bright graphic colors she chose for her pillows.
Shannon also made these adorable Mr. & Mrs. pillows from drop cloth.
Yes … drop cloth. Aren’t they cute? What a great gift for newlyweds (or even oldie-weds).
I love the fun colors and patterns of these cute pillows by Kimberly of Serendipity Refined.
Guess what they’re made out of? Tea towels!! I’m definitely putting these on my to-do list.
Alice at Thoughts from Alice made a pillow out of a sugar bag!
You can find old sugar bags on eBay or at your local flea market.
An Anthropology-inspired pillow was the mastermind of Jen at City Farmhouse.
The X-O pattern is perfect for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday.
Why not change up the look of your pillows by dying them? That’s what Jamie at So Much Better with Age decided to do. She dyed existing pillow shams a beautiful blue.
Bre at Rooms for Rent shows how to make your own faux grain sack pillows. They look great on her sofa!
Linda at It All Started with Paint made these fabulous Union Jack pillows!
She has other fun pillows on her blog too … like pillows with pom poms.
Although I didn’t get around to making my own pillows, I did find some cute summertime pillows.
Stripes, flowers, and buttons create a charming pillow for my farmhouse family room.
Shabby Chic pillows pair with colorful floral bedding in my upstairs bedroom.
Can you ever have enough pillows on the bed? I like to have at least five!
Finally, this past summer I bought a colorful new cushion and pillows for my porch glider.
I brought them inside for the winter, but they’ll go back out when the warm breezes blow.
Or do you think it’s too much fluff and gets in the way of sitting and laying down?