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Coastal Farmhouse-Get the Look With Pillows

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

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  Hi friends! Happy Monday! I am so thrilled to be a part of Inspire Me DIY Challenge hosted by THIS amazing girl. All week we have been tackling our projects, some either we had been putting off or just needed a little motivation to finish. There has been lots of peeks throughout the week on IG so I know they are going to be great, excited too see & be inspired! That is really what this challenge was ALL about, to inspire one another.

My project this week-to create a coastal farmhouse look in my family room with pillows. With each season I try to change the look by simply switching a few pillows, it’s one of the easiest ways to change the look of your space. You don’t need to buy all new pillows, either make a few new ones or buy a few that fit your color scheme. I went for a coastal vibe this time so I wanted to use navy & sea glass blue along with creams & grays to fit with my farmhouse aesthetic.

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

   THIS pillow started it all, it was LOVE at first site:). It was much more than I wanted to spend but with a few coupon codes & free shipping it was doable. To keep costs down I mixed them with some other pillows I had. I am a symmetrical person so I did balance the ends by coordinating them but then threw caution to the wind and mixed & matched the others in the center. The key is to have fun.  Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

 Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

 Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Pillow sources from left to right,

Burlap-Pottery Barn

Color Blocked-West Elm

Ikat-Etsy

Cotton Topography- H & M

Velvet- H & M

Blue Woven- Target

In cased you missed it you can read all about my slipcovered couch HERE.

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Coastal Farmhouse-get the look with pillows

Be sure to check out the other projects below,

Restoration House Interiors
Thoughts from Alice

Through the Front Door

Simple Stylings Blog

Migonis Home

My Sweet Savannah

House of Seven

This, That & Life

Craftberry Bush

Have a beautiful week!

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23 Comments

  1. Love all of these pillows and your gorgeous home! Happy to be participating in this with you guys!

  2. Jen, such a tranquil space. I love the ruler growth chart you have hanging by your door- can you provide the source? I have been looking for one like it. Thanks! Tracy

  3. Jen- it’s absolutely gorgeous! I love the color scheme…. Now, maybe some beach weather will come soon!

  4. I’m always amazed at the transformation pillows alone can make. Your living room is always stunning, but I think this styling is my fave! I think your “pillow that started it all” is my favorite of all of them too. 🙂

  5. Changing pillow covers is such great way to change up room for season or holidays. Makes things looks so refreshed instantly. I always enjoy seeing your living room, what things you’ve changed, sectional is so nice for being cozy and your slip cover is perfect on it. Take it off, throw in wash and bang, like new. Love that rug also.
    While you might change pillows I make new pillow covers, so quick and easy. There are so many fabrics at Hobby Lobby I love and want to try yet. At first didn’t think I’d like IKAT but have grown to really love the patterns. Just that so many I find have yellow in them, not yellow person. I’d love to make new curtains with an ikat I found at HL, with aqua and gray, perfect in l/r. Have only made one pillow cover as bought only 1/2 yard to try it out first, see how I’d like it.
    Enjoy your lovely pillows and awesome living room. Happy weekend

  6. I love all of your pillow choices. I am guilty of changing pillows like I change my clothes so I love to see that others do it too! It drives my family crazy but it really can refresh a space.

  7. Love this dreamy room….
    Where is the rug from??
    I’m not a designer and moving to a very large tribeca loft but need lots of help with wall decor , playroom, terrace nursery space, etc.

    Your blog is inspiring!

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