This article reports on the synthesis of thermo- and pH-sensitive polymer-brush-grafted silica particles ("hairy" particles) and the study of their phase-transfer behavior between water and a hydrophobic ionic liquid, 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)amide ([EMIM][TFSA]), in response to temperature and pH changes. The hairy particles were made by the surface-initiated atom transfer radical polymerization of methoxytri(ethylene glycol) methacrylate (TEGMMA) and tert-butyl methacrylate with a molar ratio of 100:11 in the presence of a free initiator and the subsequent removal of tert-butyl groups. The cloud points (CPs) of poly(TEGMMA-co-methacrylic acid), obtained after the treatment of the free polymer with trifluoroacetic acid, in both water and [EMIM][TFSA]-saturated water increased with the increase in pH and can be tuned over a wide temperature range. The hairy particles moved spontaneously from the aqueous phase to the [EMIM][TFSA] phase upon heating at 80 °C and returned to the aqueous layer upon cooling at 10 °C. This process can be repeated many times regardless of whether the pH of the aqueous phase is 2.99, 5.00, or 7.02. UV-vis absorbance measurements showed that the transfer temperature (T tr) of hairy particles from water to [EMIM][TFSA] increased with the increase in the pH of the aqueous phase. A linear relationship was observed between the T tr of hairy particles and the CP of the corresponding free polymer. By taking advantage of the tunability of the T tr of hairy particles, we demonstrated the pH-driven reversible transfer of hairy particles at a fixed temperature by changing the pH of the aqueous phase and multiple phase-transfer processes by controlling both the temperature and pH.