So you wanna get that farmhouse look? Well you’re in the right spot my friends. I have created a complete style guide for those of you that are in the process of transitioning to farmhouse decor. What you’ll find here are my best recommendations for key items that truly have the biggest impact in your home: paint colors, area rugs, furniture, curtains, and lots more. I’ve also done by best to keep all the items in this guide very affordable and budget friendly.
If you haven’t ready my post about how I personally transitioned to farmhouse style, jump on over and take a peek. I shared photos of our old home, how I decorated, and what I’d do differently today. That is a great starting point if you’re wanting to make the same transition yourself.I hope this guide inspires you to create a home YOU love. Because after all, that’s really what matters—loving the home you have and making it your happy place. And be sure to stop by the SJB SHOP for even more farmhouse finds!
Go HERE to get more info on the best farmhouse paint colors!
Now let’s do some shopping. First up is rugs!
Area rugs play a huuuuuuge role in setting the tone for your decor. I really can’t stress that enough. And if you read my post about how I transitioned to farmhouse decor, you’d probably agree. Remember the orange rug in our old living room? Yep, it was orange. And it wasn’t pretty. Choosing a more neutral toned rug is generally a better idea if you’re going for a farmhouse look. But keep in mind, rugs are more of an investment, although the 5 I’ve gathered here are well priced. As for size, I usually got for either a 5×7 or 8×10 for my area rugs.
Each one of these TV stands is perfect for the modern farmhouse. All of them are under $500, but many of these options are even under $200. Whoot!
10. Baileys TV Stand
It’s amazing how the right curtains can transform a room and bring so much warmth and texture. All of these curtains here would blend really well with farmhouse style. Plus they’re all very affordable, so that’s a win!
And of course you cannot go wrong with good ol’ drop cloth curtains. I have a several of these in our home and I love them. They’re cheap, easy, and gorgeous. Check out this post to see more.
In order from left to right, starting at the top:
- Driftwood Chandelier
- Wooden Globe Chandelier
- Corbeille Stardust Chandelier
- Large Wood Bead Chandelier
- Martin 5 Light Candle Chandlier
- Distressed Wooden Chandlier
- Wood Beaded Corinne Chandelier
- Cloey 3 Light Candle
- Black 9 Light Chandelier
- Metal Light Pendant
- Brisco Candle Chandlier
- Vintage White Wooden Chandelier
I am seriously drooling over those sofas and loveseats. Don’t they all look like they belong in an episode of Fixer Upper? And the best part is they’re all very affordable–all of them except for one are under $1,000.
Each one of these accent chairs is absolutely gorgeous, I want them all! I seriously can’t decide which one is my favorite.
Since you can find a lamp in almost every room, I wanted to include them in this style guide. Choosing the right one can sometimes be tricky. Plus they can be really pricey, which doesn’t work if you’re on a budget like me. But fear not! I have collected 6 affordable lamps that will surely brighten any space. (Ha, see what I did there?)
I have a secret obsession with end tables. They’re just so cute and miniature versions of dining tables. Whether it’s in your bedroom, living room, or office, any of these adorable end tables will set the vibe you’re looking for and blend perfectly with farmhouse decor.
Coffee tables can make a big statement and if you choose the right one, it’s something you’ll have in your home for years and years to come. I’ve gathered up a few of my favorites, including a couple of tufted options I’m also loving for the modern farmhouse.
These awesome accent pieces are all very versatile and perfect for the modern farmhouse.