Brilliant, Affordable Farmhouse Decor Inspiration!
Between Fixer Upper, the Magnolia Journal, Rae Dunn, and Etsy, farmhouse influences have taken over home decoration. From shiplap to rustic signs, chippy paint to wrought iron, there’s something simple, vintage, and just plain charming about farmhouse decor. The only thing that’s not so charming? A hefty price tag! Thankfully farmhouse inspired home decoration isn’t too hard to DIY or find on a dime Check out these beautiful farmhouse decor pieces for less than $49!
Affordable, Beautiful Farmhouse Decor Ideas
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Decorating with Farmhouse Decor
So how do you begin incorporating farmhouse style into your home? My answer: slowly! While it may be tempting to shiplap a whole wall or paint everything white (trust me, it is!), like most things, it’s best to go slowly and purposefully. Consider the following when incorporating a farmhouse style into your home:
Farmhouse Inspired Color Palettes
When choosing color palettes, my go to place is always Pinterest! On Pinterest, do a search for farmhouse inspired color palettes. You’ll see a lot of neutral tones, shades of beiges, with sprinkles of grey and blue. Muted tones reign supreme, as do organic hues like browns and greens. But that’s not to say farmhouse decor doesn’t incorporate color! It does! Pops of brick red or sunny yellow add lovely juxtaposition to more neutral shades.
Organic and Elemental Accessories
In addition to color palettes, consider the accessories you’re choosing when capturing your farmhouse style. Organic elements such as boxwood wreaths, rugged twine, and old straw add a lovely and natural touch. Elemental features like galvanized tin, muted chrome, or mercury glass also contrast beautifully with the simplicity of farmhouse style.
Recycled and Repurposed Decor
For me, the beauty of farmhouse inspired designs is incorporating vintage, pre-loved decorations in a new, charming way. Old packing crates, weathered wooden boards, chippy white bottles, and distressed furniture all shine because of their imperfections and the stories that they carry. Thrifting, visiting estate sales, or meandering flea markets are sure ways to stumble upon gorgeous, unique pieces that would find new life in your home.
If you’re into farmhouse style decor, be sure to tag me, @homebeautifully, on Instagram so that I can share your photos with the Home Beautifully family. And if you want to check out free and easy ways to incorporate farmhouse style, pop over to the Home Beautifully Resource Collection, where we have LOTS of gorgeous (free!) art prints available for you to download.