Happy Hump Day! I hope everyone had a fantastic Easter. I'm finding that at two and half, Little B really does make the holidays A LOT of fun. Not that they weren't before, but there's a certain joy (and exhaustion) that comes with viewing celebrations through the eye of a child. You know what else brings me joy? Yes, you guessed it, Pinot Grigio BUT I also take delight in finding great deals. Who doesn't, right?
It's no secret in the past year or two I've really started to favor the farmhouse style. I know thanks to the Gaines crew, it's a hot decor trend right now but even before I ever sat down and watched my first episode of "Fixer Upper" , I was finding myself a smitten kitten with white planked walls and chippy, rustic furniture. I love that this style is pleasantly simple, yet very welcoming. There's something to say for a trend that is forgiving of you digging through your neighbor's trash to find your next big treasure. Not that I would know anything about that.
The good news is if you don't want to, you don't have to dumpster dive in order to find reasonably priced farmhouse decor. Today I wanted to share a a round-up of some of the best farmhouse finds from Kirkland's. Double bonus, they're all for under $60!
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Clear Glass Soap Pump: Personally, I think soap pumps are so underrated. I love how this one mimics that of a vintage seltzer bottle!
Farmhouse Blue Clock I've had my eye on this clock for awhile. Of course, because it's blue. Duh. Plus, it's only $60. Have you seen the prices of large clocks lately? This is one of the many reasons I tend to gravitate towards Kirkland's when I'm shopping for my home. You really can find great deals there and they are often running coupons. Yay for coupons!
Round Woven Willow Baskets You can never have too many baskets, right? I love that these have a weathered grey look to them.
Wood Tray Pillar Candle Runner Jojo would approve. I can't imagine farmhouse tables without a pretty centerpiece and this would be perfection.
Cream Milk Can Metal Vase The great thing about the farmhouse style is that the more wear and tear an item has, the more charming it is. This milk can is perfectly weathered. You can display it alone or add floral stems to them.
Home Sweet Home Pillow I'm pretty sure my hubby will disown me if I bring home another throw pillow but they are so hard to pass up! This one is sweet.
Large Rustic Sky Blue Window Lantern I lurrrve the bluish-grey color on this lantern. Wouldn't it look lovely in an entryway?
I seriously could have gone on for hours sharing all of the fun things I discovered over there! They have a lot of high-designer looks for half the cost. I've been obsessed with this mirror for months now and I swear once I figure out where to put it, watch out, I'm pulling the trigger! I also have their app "Kirkland's Spin to Win" on my phone. It's like a virtual slot machine that you can do once a day (or right before you head into the store) to score coupons. It's slightly addicting!
Have you found any new fun finds at Kirkland's lately?
Love the farmhouse style too? You may want to check out our DIY Farmhouse table we built a few years ago or the farmhouse style office/craft room I'm currently working on. Okay, "working on" may be a fib as I've had a creative block with this room but stay tuned this room along with my motivation is going to get a major bootie kick here in a few weeks! Hint: It's One Room Challenge time!