If you’ve followed me for awhile, you know one of my favorite inexpensive ways to decorate seasonally is to buy and change out my throw pillow covers throughout my house. I’ve rounded up some of my favorite looks to help ‘deck your halls’ this Christmas season. To get started you will want to pick up your pillow inserts:
Christmas Farmhouse Pillow Covers – $18.09 – This set is so cute! I love the vintage prints on them and adding in pops of red to our winter decor definitely says “Christmas”. The mix of the natural texture of the border with the pops of red and greens are the perfect mix for me! I would layer these with a mix of the triple button covers shown further down in this post in the denim look and the buffalo check covers also shown below.
Snowflake Pillow Covers – $21.99 These are so simple and so pretty! Whether you like a neutral palette for Christmas, or you are layering these with other pillows here, they are a great choice! I love snowflake pillow covers because they are perfect to decorate with throughout the whole winter season.
Triple Button Throw Pillow Covers – $20.99 These come in lots of color choices, so be sure to check them all out. I am loving the idea to use these to layer with some of the other pillow covers shown in this post. The denim look will pair beautifully with all of the burlap style pillow covers. It will also work nicely with buffalo check prints. I love the exposed stitching and button details. These will be a great basic to incorporate all year long!
Snowflake Pillow Covers – $15.79 – I have had these for a couple years now and just LOVE them! They do come in other colors, too! I keep them out all winter long, love the soft color tone and the great texture on the snowflakes! So cute!
Cable Knit Throw Pillow Cover – $16.99 – I always recommend adding in texture to complete a look and this cable knit pillow cover fits the bill for that! It will go a long way to soften & warm up the look when decorating with burlap style covers.
Reindeer Feed Farmhouse Pillow Cover – $7.99 – This is just too cute! This is just the perfect little accent to dress up any area in your home. I think this would be adorable if you have a large hearth that you decorate and even if you have a covered front porch for Christmas. (It is not specifically designed for outdoor use, but it would work well on a covered porch.) Add it to an accent chair with a soft throw blanket.
Buffalo Check Christmas Tree Pillow Cover Amazon – $8.39 – I’m a buffalo check fan, so have to include some great options there! I love the simplicity of this one. Another great option to layer in with other covers here and a great accent to add into those little spots in your home that just need a touch of yuletide!
buffalo check pillow cover – $10.86 – And, one of my for sure must haves are a few sets of these buffalo check covers. I use mine all year long! They are great for that or to bring out to layer for your Fall &/or Christmas decorating.
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Hi! I'm Tara, half of the Growit Buildit duo. I am a frugal DIY enthusiast!! My professional background is in education and counseling, but have spent the last few years as a stay at home mom, which has given me the opportunity to explore my passions that have been put aside for so long.
I gravitate towards what I'd consider modern farmhouse style, with a little boho mixed in.
I have planned remodels for larger projects, like our kitchen, as well as many smaller DIY projects around our house. In addition, I create a lot of smaller craft projects.
I am currently a maker for a local retail boutique in our area called 6ix North.
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