Where to buy throw pillows under $20

April 16, 2021

Thank you so much for the kind comments on my laundry/mud room makeover! I always appreciate them! 

I'm back to share my favorite resources for inexpensive (and cute!) pillow covers. I love sharing where I find home decor at a great price. 

Pillow covers are one of those things I change out more often than any other decor item. If you get them for a good price, they're an easy way to change up the accent colors in a room. 

I also like to use different textures and colors for the seasons. 

Lately I've found some sources for throw pillow covers (and inserts) that I love -- and the prices are so good! 

ALL of the covers I'm sharing today are under $20, and most are well under that. When you purchase just the covers (and reuse your inserts) you'll save a lot. (I'll share my favorite fluffy inserts later in the post.)
affordable throw pillow covers

1. Hobby Lobby 

I showed you some of my Hobby Lobby pillow finds when I revealed the giant basement built in unit
dark gray basement built ins

I had never paid much attention to the decorative pillow covers at Hobby Lobby until a few months ago. 

I happened to check them out while they were half off (as they are this week), and I couldn't believe the prices! 

I'll link to these at the end of this post, but they have a HUGE selection of covers in tons of different styles. 

The most expensive one I got was only $9 and the other two were around $7 each (on sale): 
hobby lobby gray cream pillow covers

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I was surprised that their selection included such a wide range of styles -- from super traditional to farmhouse to boho/modern. It's hard to beat those prices! (Keep in mind they only come in 18x18 size covers.) 

2. Amazon

I've also found a great selection of pillow covers online. I still LOVE these faux leather covers I got a few months ago: 

cream sofa with blue and leather pillows

I liked them so much I ordered more for our basement. 

I found more pillows that play nicely with that look for the basement sofa. I ordered a few -- this striped version, this color block version and this pillow cover with the faux leather and stripes
stripe and leather pillow cover

I loved all of them, especially that color blocked one! But this one looked the best with what I already had on the sofa. 

They mix and match so well together!: 
mixing leather and stripe pillow covers

Amazon has a ton of throw pillow cover options under $20. These linen-looking covers come in a bunch of colors and are great quality: 
linen looking pillow cover

I ordered a pair (only $16 for two!) for another room and the color I got wasn't quite right -- but I really liked them. 

This modern boho version comes in this lumbar cover or in a square shape: 

black and white modern pillow cover

Both of those option are under $16.

These pom pom covers are made of a velvety fabric and come in a TON of colors: 
cream pom pom pillow

That one also comes with tassels instead of the pom pom fringe. Only $17 for two pillows!

I loved the tassels on this black and white striped cover as well:  
Thick black stripe tassel pillow

Any of these would look great on a sofa, chair or as accents on a bed.

3. Etsy 

Another GREAT place to shop for inexpensive pillow covers is Etsy. You can find any style, color or price range. 

These shops make all of their pillow covers from vintage Turkish kilim rugs: 
blue cream Turkish pillow

kilim rug pillow cover

Turkish cream and black pillow cover

I bought the blue and cream one and can't wait to get it! I was shocked by the prices -- I'd expect to pay WAY more for these. 

They have amazing reviews and a TON of one-of-a-kind pillow covers. (I link to these and a bunch of other options below.)

Of course there are plenty of affordable covers in more traditional designs as well. I'd use any of these in our home: 
tan black plaid pillow cover

gray white floral pillow under $20

ticking stripe pillow cover

blue eucalyptus pillow cover

I prefer using covers because if you like to change out throw pillows every few months like me, it cuts down on the storage space significantly. I just wash and then fold up the covers and reuse the inserts in the new cases. 

I also like softer inserts than the traditional pillow stuffing. My favorite inexpensive feather-filled pillow inserts are at IKEA -- but they don't come in the 18x18 size. I've been using these lightweight down alternative pillow inserts because you can get them in SO many sizes. The prices are hard to beat! 

**When you order your inserts, order one size larger than your pillow cover for a fuller look! 

I've linked to all of the covers I shared here (and more) below...

Amazon pillow cover options under $20
Order this modern set of five black and white and leather covers and decorate a whole room!
This set of four modern boho covers does all the work of matching for you

Etsy pillows under $20

Hobby Lobby pillow covers in our basement
Jacquard beige/gray pillow (no longer available)   

By the way, if you can sew a somewhat straight line, you can use this hack for making pillow covers for super cheap

It's especially great for seasonal pillows! (See how to add a zipper here.) 

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  1. Hey, I love your blog! I was wondering if you have a trick to keep feathers from constantly coming out?! I feel like I have to groom my throw pillows quite often, in order to keep from getting poked by sharp feather ends.

    1. Yes we've had that happen too! I've thought about doubling up the covers -- maybe a seasonal one you don't use most of the year and then cover it with the one you want to use.

  2. I've been using your placemat pillow hack for years and LOVE it! I'm always so excited to find new placemats in fun, trendy colors--they make great accents. Can't wait to check out your links from this post. Thanks again for all you share!


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