Farmhouse style has really taken off, hasn't it?
I love it just as much as many of you out there.
One of the great things about it is that it's fairly easy to add
to your decor and it can be relatively inexpensive too.
Here are a few recent finds for my kitchen that I
think give it a little more of that farmhouse feeling.
Now this one is pretty obvious considering it has the word "FARM" right on it : )
This came from a little shop I went to while we were on vacation
and it really inspired me to add a few more farmhouse style accessories.
I have admired these vintage scales forever and I finally found one on Ebay
that I thought would look great in my kitchen and was also a reasonable price.
Boy, some of them are really pricey!
Any good farmhouse has to have a rooster, right?
A quick little project I did was add blue grain sack stripes to
this white wooden rooster.
I think he is pretty proud of them!
Of course mason jars and pretty little flowers bring on the farmhouse vibe.
And not just mason jars, but almost any kind of jar.
This old Radish jar was a gift and I just love it - it goes perfectly
in my kitchen.
This little lamb was also a vacation purchase.
It's actually a Christmas ornament but I want to see him everyday.
Isn't that little face adorable?
So don't throw away those jelly jars and pickle jars.
They are perfect for silverware or other kitchen utensils.
Even a crisp linen towel (wrinkles and all) is a
simple way to add that farmhouse feeling.
Old bowls, bread boards, wire baskets and old cook books from
thrift stores are just a few more items that can bring farmhouse style
to your kitchen.
So what do you think?
It's a style that is charming, cozy, relaxing and easy to work with.
Yep, I think it's going to be around for awhile and that's just fine with me.
Thanks a bunch for visiting!