If you’re anything like me then you probably praise God every time a Pinterest”er” actually shares where they found their decor items because, as most of you know, people do tend to be very secretive to prevent “copy cats”. Blah! There’s nothing worse than clicking the decor bait on Pinterest or Instagram only to NOT find the item that caught your eye. Time and time again I see this happen — or worse, the pin will lead to a completely different thing. So misleading! With all that in mind I thought, “how useful would it be to share where I find my decor items” in a safe place where I will not lead you into the dark corners of the internet.
Of course, there are many other places to find farmhouse decor items (such as local vintage shops, farm equipment supply stores, and thrift stores) but these are the main few I like to internet shop from.
I first heard of Wayfair through Fixer Upper — surprise surprise! Joanna Gaines often talks about them and uses many of their products to stage her homes. The nice thing about Wayfair is that they do often offer discounts and coupons so sign up to their email and keep an eye out!
Pier 1 is a fun place to shop; my husband jokes that it is the store he learned the trick of holding my hand to prevent shopping!
Okay, so obviously Target is a perfect spot to find cheaper decor items. However, I did also want to mention the arrival of the Hearth & Hand product line by Joanna Gaines which is going to debut in November! YAY! My husband is actually saving up a small budget for me to go “all out” on Hearth & Hand’s launch day — he’s too sweet.
Hobby Lobby is a new love of mine because until this year I have never lived near one! The first time I actually heard of Hobby Lobby was when everyone in my MT town were frantically talking about the new “Hobby Lobby” store. However, once I stepped foot in the store I knew my wallet was doomed.
P.S. They are always sending out coupons so sign up for their email list.
This one is a no brainer but honestly I have never ordered anything fro Magnolia Market. I have promoted their paint line, hosted multiple giveaways for their shop, AND have made blog posts about it but have never ordered anything. Why? My budget doesn’t allow for it currently but I can honestly say I have many items in my wish list (including the tin mugs — too cute).
Although shipping can be a pain Etsy is like the Queen of handmade vintage/farmhouse decor items.
Amazon is my favorite place because I can read the reviews and easily ship something back if it doesn’t look like the picture. You should also check out my Farmhouse Bedroom Amazon Finds post and Farmhouse Kitchen Amazon Finds!
I don’t shop at Walmart very much but I do know they have cute farmhouse finds for a very small budget! I often buy my galvanized buckets from there because they are pretty heavy duty and nearly half the price of other stores.
Although not Hobby Lobby, Michaels often has about two isles of home decor that center around the “farmhouse” trend. I hate to admit it but I almost always find something in those two isles so I try to avoid Michaels as much as possible for my budget’s sake! 😉
Ahhh, World Market. My absolute FAVORITE place for decor items! I could not even tell you all the neat things I have found there (and passed up). Yes sometimes they have some very strange (eclectic) items but they also always have decor items with a distressed/rustic/industrial feel.
Where is YOUR favorite place to shop for farmhouse decor items? If I had an unlimited budget mine would definitely be World Market.
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