Are you as excited to refresh your outdoor spaces as I am? Learn the easiest way to give your spaces a new look with outdoor pillows!
Outdoor pillows are built to withstand sun, heat and moisture. With an incredible range of styles, colors, materials and price points, making these decisions can be overwhelming!
We’re here to guide you! Get the best tips for choosing the right outdoor pillows for your budget, as well as maintaining them over time. You’ll find the prettiest curated outdoor pillow options for this season, too.
They are wonderful for adding a cozy layer to your space (just like my favorite indoor outdoor rugs) and they can bring in such cheerful color and texture. No matter what style of furniture you’re working with, cute new pillows are sure to breathe new life into your space!
As you may already know, I’m a big fan of pillow covers for changing up the look of your home. They store easily, and they’re fun to change out with the seasons to completely restyle any space.
Outdoor pillows are meant to stand up to daily sun, wind, rain and more. They are the perfect way to add a cozy layer to any outdoor space where your family love to congregate.
- Choose appropriate outdoor pillow inserts, filled with soft polyfill or foam that is meant to dry quickly. This is no place for down feathers!
- Indoor pillows can be treated to be used outdoors. However, since there are so many outdoor pillows available from your favorite retailers these days, it’s not necessary!
- If you decide to attempt to waterproof your indoor pillows, use a product like Scotchgard. Keep in mind that the treatment process is only temporary (you will need to retreat at least once a year), and you’ll always use more spray than you think!
- Any stains can be treated with Folex, just like your indoor fabrics. However, always be sure to test an inconspicuous spot first.
Frequently Asked Questions
Be sure to specificially choose pillows and inserts that are meant for outdoor living. They will be labeled as such, with features that are noted as water resistant or repellant, mildew resisitant, and fade resistant.
If you live in a particularly windy climate, this can be difficult. The best option is often to store your outdoor pillows in a deck box when not in use. You can also add bows to your throw pillows, attaching them to the furniture in a more secure fashion.
Outdoor Pillow Sources
Outdoor Pillow Inserts
While many of the outdoor pillows we are showcasing today come with an insert, some do not. This is a great affordable four pack option with excellent reviews!