Find Your Happy Place with Spoonflower Pillows, Blankets and Curtains

SEP 17, 2019
Find Your Happy Place with Spoonflower Home | Spoonflower Blog

Are you ready to introduce style and function to your family’s most cherished spaces with made-for-you throw pillows, throw blankets, curtains? Whether you shop from the vast Marketplace of over 1 million independent designs or upload your own design (which scores you a 10% discount!), our new collection of finished home decor products is certain to help you create your perfect happy place while celebrating your own personal style. 

Throw Pillows

  • Available in Recycled Canvas, Organic Cotton Sateen, Linen Cotton Canvas, Celosia Velvet™ and Cypress Cotton Canvas
  • Square or Lumbar size
  • Knife-edge finish
  • Hidden zipper
  • Optional insert

Find the right fabric for your pillows with the Spoonflower Fabric Finder.

Find the right fabric for your pillows | Spoonflower Blog

Throw Blankets

  • Available in Minky and Celosia Velvet
  • 48” x 70”
  • Double-sided print
  • Subtle white topstitching


  • Available in Organic Cotton Sateen, Linen Cotton Canvas, Celosia Velvet and Cypress Cotton Canvas
  • 50” wide 
  • Available in 3 lengths
    • 84”
    • 96”
    • 108”
  • Includes a rod pocket and 3.5” back tabs
  • 4” bottom hems
  • Sold by the panel

Choosing the Right Curtain Length

To determine the right length for your curtains, measure from the distance you’d like your curtain to end to the top of your curtain rod. When measuring, it helps to understand what type of look you’re trying to achieve. For a dramatic curtain that drapes delicately at the bottom, add an additional 6-10 inches. Fun fact! This type of curtain is referred to as puddled curtains because—you guessed it—the fabric puddles at the bottom. For a more casual look, opt for a curtain that hangs slightly past the window sill. Spoonflower’s 84″ long curtain is a great option for a 70″ window.

Which Curtain Fabric is Right for You?

Chart displaying which curtain fabric lets in the most to least amount of light | Spoonflower Blog
Curtains displaying which fabric lets in the most to least amount of light | Spoonflower Blog
From left to right: Organic Cotton Sateen, Linen Cotton Canvas, Cypress Cotton Canvas, Celosia Velvet

Click on the fabric images below to learn more about the featured Spoonflower Home textiles. 

We want to see how you’re personalizing your home with Spoonflower! Be sure to tag your pictures with #spoonflowerhome on social media for a chance to be featured. 

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    • Hi Tracy,

      That’s a great project idea! This tutorial for printing photos on fabric is a helpful starting point. While the project shows how to print on Linen, you can opt for a quilting-weight cotton like Petal Signature Cotton or Cotton Poplin once you’ve uploaded the design. This photo tutorial is another great resource as you get started! I hope that helps, but if you have any more questions don’t hesitate to ask! – Meredith