Bird Pillows

Bird Pillows

Sing a song of a cute room with a decorative accent like a bird pillow. This collection is a random assortment of bird types (the owls are on another page) and colors, although there is a bent toward a lot of pink. Some of these are gender-neutral enough to be a great accent in a room with a backyard or forest setting, anything where birds would feel right at home.

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Cartoony Bird Pillows

Let’s start with the fun ones, shall we? Bright colors, big eyes, rough drawings that could be done by kids – they all combine in this collection of pillows to add fun and whimsy to a room. While you could use them in a strict thematic way, they also can just fit in as an added accent as long as you keep the colors consistent with the rest of the room.

Set of 4 Cartoon Birds Cotton/Linen Decorative Pillow Cover
Cartoon Birds Cotton/Linen Decorative Pillow Cover Set

$47.99 at LightInTheBox


Blue Bird Pillow – $45.00

from: Wayfair

Elegant Bird Pillows

I focused here more on subtle colors and silhouette shapes. The more elegant designs make these pieces a bit easier to work into other themes and decor schemes.


Room Essentials® Birds Pillow Blue “18×18”

At Target.com


Creative Co-Op Bird Cage Pillow with Embroidery


Colorful Birds Print Throw Pillow

Singing Birds Decorative Pillow
Singing Birds Decorative Pillow

$69.00 at aBaby


‘Hemingway’ Birdcage Pillow

$34.00 at Nordstrom


‘Brigette’ Pillow

$29.99 at Nordstrom
Online only

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