17,256 pattern pillow shams Products
I love the idea of mixing and matching solids and stripes. This would be so cute with a fun pattern.
I wish my budget was a wee bit bigger so that I could stock up on handmade duvet covers and pillow shams from Etsy seller Gatehouse Lane. This is pure, pink and peachy perfection!
The grommet detail and neutral tones make this the perfect nautical-inspired accent for any bed or chair.
I've been loving the combination of charcoal and mustard. This would look great in a master bedroom or a "big boy" room.
Spring is such a great time of year to change up your bed linens. I'm loving these personalized pillow shams!
This black-and-white pillow features a mod twist on a tree image. It'd be fun to pair with a pillow in a bright color.
I love this pillow sham for a bed. That bright orange stripe brings a little pop to a neutral background, and it reminds me of a sunset.
I love this beautiful pillow. The blue and the slight shimmer are perfect. It would be a pretty addition to any bed or couch.
Ticking stripes are a classic pattern, and I know my guests would be happy sleeping under this simple and pretty duvet. You can even mix it with florals for a feminine look.
This one is for you sewers out there! It's the Wonky Little Houses quilted pillowcase pattern from SUCH Designs. My friend Carrie designed this (that's her in the photo). I've seen it in person, and it's gorgeous.
This Native American–inspired throw pillow cover showcases an amazing graphic pattern. It's a great addition to any living or family room.
If you like to change things up as often as I do, this reversible pillow is for you. It's orange zigzag on one side and violet block-print on the other, so it's two pillows in one!
The Dot pattern by Charles and Ray Eames just might be the most iconic modern fabric pattern around. I'm hard-pressed to think of a pattern that surpasses it. Can you? Anyway, it's a wonderful way to bring a bit of Eames to your sofa or bed without COMPLETELY breaking the bank.
I would love to have these poufs out on my patio. The pattern exemplifies desert style and would look perfect sitting right next to a cactus.
This pillow reverses to a chic orange chevron pattern, giving you two totally different ways to use it!
The chevron pattern of this knitted pillow cover breathes new life into wool. Place it on a sleek leather chair to amp up the cozy factor.
Wool can be recycled just as well as paper and plastic. Look how unique this chevron pillow up-cycles old bits and pieces. It would surely be a cozy addition to my couch.
Created by Serbian artist Draga Obradovic, each of these story pillows is unique. A nice gift for a literary type such as moi.
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With spring on the horizon, the trend for bird motifs and prints is at its best. This cushion adopts the look wonderfully.
Pump up the orange spice of the season with a bold print. A pair of these would be gorgeous on my sofa.
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