Home Decor Feature: Mudcloth Pillows
We have a long-standing love for mudcloth pillows over here at Hearth Homes. They're such an easy and timeless way to add texture, color, and interest to a room, and the options are endless.
You can go simple, or pattern-heavy, and no matter what you choose, you really can't go wrong.
Today, we're sharing some of our top picks for this home decor staple.
We figured we'd start minimal and neutral with this simple stripe pillow from Woven Nook. We love how this one keeps the focus on the texture of the fabric, but still adds interest. Plus, we're in love with this taupe-y color - the absolute perfect neutral!
Maewoven is definitely one of our favorite vendors for mud cloth pillows. Based out of Utah, both the quality and quantity of options on their site are impeccable. We love a classic white and black mudcloth pillow, and this one doesn't disappoint.
We'll never turn down a classic mudcloth pattern. This cover by Mackenzie Bryant & Co. is a staple style in our collection, and the kind we bring to nearly every staging project.
Don't get us wrong, we love a good neutral, but mudcloth pillows come in a bunch of fun colors too. Our favorites are usually indigo, rust, and yellow, like the one seen here from the Etsy shop, Tizepol.
Like we said, we love a good rust-colored mudcloth pillow too. This one from Sunnyvale Pillows is the perfect color to warm up a room and add in those deeper tones to really help ground a space.
And that's all for today's Mucloth Pillow Roundup! Let us know which one of these pieces you'd style in your home in the comments below.