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Farmhouse style is warm and put-together while also appearing effortless — thanks to cozy textiles, wood and metal accents, a nature-inspired color palette, and a combination of antique and modern pieces. It has a lived-in look that automatically feels inviting to anyone who happens to stop by, reminiscent of simpler times. And you can achieve a sophisticated rustic look without going over-the-top kitschy — just reach for country-elegant pieces of decor that are less barnyard and more neutral and organic.
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Ahead, the top 14 places to shop for farmhouse decor.
Etsy is a great, sustainable resource for unique handmade or vintage goods — like this hanging pendant light, which when mixed with newer pieces create a cozy, lived-in space with modern farmhouse flair.
Target has a huge selection of farmhouse-inspired decor and affordable bedding, thanks to Hearth and Hand with Magnolia, a collaboration with Chip and Joanna Gaines. This neutral comforter set features embroidery and subtle stripes and is perfect for year-round use.
While the aesthetic of Crate & Barrel definitely leans more modern, items like this wood serving board with glass cheese dome feel authentically rustic and look right at home in a farmhouse kitchen.
Browse Hayneedle's extensive collection of farmhouse decor when outfitting any room in your home, including its wide range of casual yet sophisticated rugs that won't break the bank.
5. Pottery Barn
Pottery barn offers traditional, cottage, barn, and farmhouse-style home decor that still feels modern, so items like this iron mug rack won't feel out of place in your newly renovated kitchen.
Sifting through One Kings Lane for decor can be time-consuming (since there's so much good stuff!), but when you come across a beautifully handcrafted stoneware birdhouse that'll look ace on your front porch, it's totally worth it.
Whether you're in the market for farmhouse decor for your living room, bedroom, kitchen, or dining room, Kirkland's has you covered. This gorgeous vase and crate set filled with fresh-cut blooms stuns as a centerpiece on any dinner or entryway table.
If you're a fan of farmhouse style but don't know where to begin, start by incorporating small-ticket items — like World Market's wood crates and wire baskets — into your home to achieve a rustic look before investing in more expensive, statement-making pieces.
9. Birch Lane
Birch Lane is your destination for farmhouse decor that isn't too kitschy. Instead of selecting art that features barnyard animals, opt for a gallery wall of botanical prints to marry your space with nature in a sophisticated way.
Shop Terrain when you just want a touch of farmhouse style — whether you want to stack birch logs near your fireplace, hang a holiday wreath on your front door, or need a stylish way to house cooking utensils on your kitchen counter.
Don't overlook Walmart when you're hunting down farmhouse decor on a budget. It's stocked with plenty of pieces that can fit into any space, and large-scale items, like this off-white, distressed wood wall mirror, are shockingly cheap.
Refresh your space (and porch) with Amazon's selection of country-chic and cottage-inspired decor. Hang this eye-catching mint post box outside your front door to hold mail or floral arrangements.
Wayfair offers a variety of farmhouse storage solutions — including these solid pine open floating shelves— which keep your home organized and help showcase books, heirlooms, candles, and vases with greenery.
You might recognize Anthropologie for its boho style, but the brand does carry a large selection of handcrafted pieces from Vermont-based brand Farmhouse Pottery, including this silo taper hurricane, which would certainly add a farm-to-table touch to your tablescape.