Farmhouse Style Pillows You Can Make or Buy

I’m on the road right now for a weekend I’m so excited about.  I’ll tell you more about it later, but today I’m sharing some of my favorite farmhouse style pillows.

Several of them are DIY pillows you can make in just a few minutes, and the rest are all really affordable ones that I found – most for under $10, including shipping.  

A few are a bit more expensive, but I included them because I think they are worth the extra expense.

This post contains affiliate links to help you select the pillows featured here.

First up is this adorable I Dream of Shiplap pillow.

It describes my idea of the perfect farmhouse style.

It’s handmade and is available HERE.

 I Dream of Shiplap Pillow | Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

This farmhouse pillow is easy to make with my Poultry Feeds stencil.

DIY Poultry Feeds Canvas Pillow | Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

If you like French farmhouse style, this one is perfect, and for under $7, including shipping, it’s a bargain too.

It’s available HERE.

French farmhouse grain sack pillow Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

Here’s another farmhouse style pillow that took about five minutes to make with my Milk & Cream Co. stencil.

The easy tutorial is HERE.

DIY Milk and Cream Co. pillow Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

I love the look of this Fresh from the Farm pillow cover.  The reviews for it aren’t as high as I’d like, but for less than $8, including shipping, I’d be willing to buy it.  It’s from Amazon, which has such a great return policy.  So it’s worth the risk, in my opinion.

It’s available HERE.

Fresh from the farm Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

Susan @ Homeroad used my Fresh Flowers stencil to make this beautiful canvas pillow.  She makes and sells them in her shop space.

The Fresh Flowers stencil is available HERE. Fresh Flowers DIY stenciled pillow cover using Knick of Time's Vintage Sign Stencils. Project by Homeroad |

Here’s a cute rooster pillow cover made of burlap.  The only thing I don’t like about it is the tag on the side, so I’d use a seam ripper to open the seam just a bit and remove it, then stitch the opening closed again.

It’s available HERE.

French style rooster pillow Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

This is another DIY pillow made by transferring an image onto a pillow cover.

My tutorial to make it is HERE.

DIY image transfer watercolor barn pillow tutorial |

I was seriously giddy when I found this four-pack of buffalo check plaid pillows in four different colors.  It’s only $13 for all of them with free shipping, which is such a great deal.

The set is available HERE.

Buffalo check plaid pillow covers Farmhouse Style Pillows to Make or Buy |

A few months ago, I made a whole set of farmhouse style pillows for my couch.

I used the Quilt Block stencils for two of them, and the Homemade Pie stencil on the third.

The tutorial and some tips to make them can be found HERE.

DIY farmhouse pillows with stencils |

This set of two grain sack stripe pillows come in several different colors and fabrics and are beautiful.

They are available HERE.

Grain sack stripe pillow | Farmhouse home decor pillows to DIY or buy online |

Which of these farmhouse style pillows are your favorites?

Vaya con Dios,

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  1. I ordered the 4 pack of the buffalo check pillow covers (I hope you get an affiliate sale commission) and I LOVE them! They took a few weeks to get to me, but are so worth it. They fit the Ikea 20″ down pillows perfectly, the fabric is thick and they have zipper closures! The zippers alone would have cost more than $13 if you tried to make them yourself.

    Thanks for the recommendation!

  2. Love the I dream of shiplap pillow!!

  3. What a fabulous pillow collection. I love them all!

  4. I’m so saving this post:) I think my favs are the grain sack ones… you can never go wrong with classic….I’m needing some new pillows for the bedroom:)

  5. I’m not sure which ones I like the best–I love all of them!

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