Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Pieces full of farmhouse charm

Bring rustic style to even the most urban of dwellings with furniture and accessories that recall the country

Pieces full of farmhouse charm


Many of us dream of living in a centuries-old farmhouse far away from the hustle and bustle of city life. But just because you might not be able to turn that dream into a reality, it doesn't mean you can't bring a little bit of farmhouse style to your home. We've collected 20 products that will add that touch of farmhouse charm to even the most suburban of homes.


Exeter 5-Jar Pendant - $149.00

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Farmhouses and Mason jars go together like a warm summer night and fireflies. We think this Mason jar pendant is the next best thing to capturing lightening bugs in a jar, and it would always remind us of one of our favorite childhood pastimes.

Messina Dining Table - $799.00

A little bit rustic, a little bit industrial and a whole lot of lovely! A farmhouse table with a zinc top is the perfect marriage of styles.

Vintage Style Nesting Herb Crates - $39.95

These nesting crates offer so many possibilities for adding a touch of farmhouse anywhere in your home. Hang a trio in different sizes on the wall for visual interest, but don't forget to make them functional too by using them to hold plates, papers or maybe even herbs.

Vintage Milk Bottles and Carrier - $26.95

We might not live in farmhouses, but we would feel like we did if our milk were served in these vintage milk bottles. And with that darling carrier, we could just pretend we milked the cows that morning.

Thatcher Vintage Fan Clock - $79.99

Once again, form meets function in this beautiful vintage-inspired fan with a clock insert. Just don't try and change the time while it's turned on!


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