AFFORDABLE FINDS: METALLIC PILLOWS

So this is a post I’ll do from time to time where I’ll feature some sources for affordable decor and furniture.

Today’s subject? Metallic pillows.

Apparently, I’m totally crushing on metallic pillows these day because every time I see one I’m like, must…find…a…place…for…that!

I love the look of modern metallic prints on linen pillows in a room full of all soft neutral colors. I don’t know what it is, but it just has a fresh comfortable feel. Like I want to plop on the couch and chat with an old friend for the afternoon.

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Pillows are very easy to change out as your tastes and trends change, so I don’t like to spend a lot of money on them. I gave myself a limit of $35 per pillow when I put this list together. It was a bigger challenge than I thought it would be as I fell in love with some that were easily $60 – $200 each. Yikes! But I managed to uncover some pretty nice affordable finds!

So without further ado, here are some of my favorite metallic pillows for $35* or under…

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one. $16.99 @ Etsy  //  two. $14.99 @ West Elm  //  three. $31.12 each (comes in a set of two for $62.25) @ Homeclick

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four. $19.99 @ Stein Mart  //  five. $35 @ Etsy  //  six. $33.99 @ Dwell Studio

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seven. $34.95 @ Pier 1  //  eight. $24.99 @ Target  //  nine. $29.00 @ Etsy

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ten. $34.99 each (comes in a set of 2 for $69.99) @ Overstock  //  eleven. $21.15 each (comes in a set of 2 for $42.29) @ Overstock  //  twelve. $32.15 @ Etsy

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thirteen. $32.99 @ Wayfair  //  fourteen. $20 @ Society6  //  fifteen. $29.95 @ CB2

*Note that some of these prices are for pillow covers and do not include the pillow insert. All prices are accurate at the time of this posting but may change later.

And since we’re talking about pillows, next week I’ll be posting some tutorials for the easy DIY pillows I made for my window seat project.

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