20 Farmhouse Finds to Transform Your Kitchen
We all dream of living at Joanna Gaines’ home in Waco, surrounded by shiplap and farmhouse decor. This collection of products brings us closer to that reality—and you don’t even have to move!
An empty wire bin has so many possibilities. Roll up your dish towels and store them here, line it with linen and serve rolls to guests or keep your favorite cooking magazines on the nearby counter. However you choose to use it, this wire bin ($9) will make a great addition to your kitchen. Check out these 20 easy ways to add farmhouse style to your whole home.
Rustic Cookbook Holder
We love the style of this worn cookbook holder ($20). You already know we love cookbook stands, but this one in particular matches the farmhouse decor we’re looking for. It’s made to look like a cutting board, but still features a lip to hold your cookbooks in place while you’re prepping. If you prefer to use a tablet to check your recipes, then you’ll flip for these tablet stands.
Hanging Wood Shelves
Rope and distressed wood—does it get more rustic than that? These great shelves ($24) can hold your favorite cookbooks or proudly display that spice rack. We can already see Joanna Gaines lining them with hanging plants and decorative pitchers.
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Black Shiplap Wall Clock
This 40″ shiplap wall clock is an excellent choice for any wall in your kitchen that needs a little TLC. Made from real wood and coated with an antique finish, this piece ($128) goes a long way toward transforming your kitchen. Another brilliant way to add farmhouse style is with a kitchen island. Check out one kitchen island draped in farmhouse style charm.
We can’t talk about farmhouse finds without bringing in the Hearth & Hand With Magnolia collection at Target. These measuring spoons from the line are absolutely stunning—and only $6. Plus, they’re stainless steel, meaning they’re dishwasher-safe and durable. Find out what the best cookware is to have. Is it stainless steel or ceramic?
Bronze and Wood Pendant Light
This gorgeous pendant ($70) from Kirkland’s can immediately add farmhouse flair to your space. Picture it over your dining table (made from reclaimed wood, of course), illuminating the room and showcasing your walls covered in shiplap. Check out what’s trending in pendant lighting before adding it to your kitchen.
Metal frames, wood tops—there’s no going wrong with this gorgeous design. We consider anytime you can pair industrial metal with classic wood to be farmhouse favorites, but particularly love this combo for bar stools. This set ($83) is counter height, so pair them with a high-top table or set them against your island. If your bar stools need a bar, check out these 15 perfect bar designs for some ideas.
Metal Recipe Box
This metal recipe box from Joanna Gaines’ collection at Target will look beautiful propped against your tiled backsplash. Handwrite your favorite recipes from Grandma’s collection to store in this box ($15) to add extra vintage feel.
Can you even call yourself a fan of farmhouse decor if you don’t own a chalkboard hidden behind a set of rustic wooden doors ($149)? I mean, you could—but you can’t deny how badly you want this! Check out this clever chalkboard design that’s perfect for writing down reminders.
French Country White Canister Set
Your dry goods need a home in your rustic kitchen; can you think of anything better than these vintage-style canisters ($38)? We love everything from the worn fading to the antique label. The white base stands out well against wooden tools and dark backdrops you may already have. Check out these tips on how to store items in bulk.
Ceramic Utensil Holder
Farmhouse decor is all about materials you have lying around your farmyard, like metal or wood or ceramic. That’s what makes this simple—yet gorgeous—utensil holder ($15) stand out among similar products. It’s made from durable ceramic and is large enough to hold your collection of wooden spoons. See what kitchen spot Marie Kondo says needs decluttering ASAP.
Flower Pot and Tray
Don’t let your love of farmhouse living end with decor—do as true farmers do and grow your own herbs in these adorable metal planters ($19). This set can fit in your windowsill or on the counter. Or you can try this trick to get your kitchen plants in one spot.
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Refectory Dining Table
No farmhouse kitchen is complete without a large wooden table—we love this refectory table from Houzz ($899). It’s got that beautiful wood/metal combo we love, plus it folds easily for moving and storage. It’s large enough to fit the whole family and looks great against hardwood floors. Do you know what your kitchen table says about you?
Rustic Metal Chargers
What better way to decorate your new rustic dining table than with a set of metal chargers? These accent pieces ($20) are meant to live under your dining plates and are a quick and easy way to really class up your dining area. We personally can’t get enough of the matte finish.
Black Villa Stripe Kitchen Towels
Imagine these classy cream-colored kitchen towels lying against your black oven. Does that warm your heart? It should—each towel is only $4, is machine-washable, 100% cotton and decorated with a tiny flair of elegance. The stripes pair perfectly with our favorite farmhouse decor.
Antique Copper Globe Chandelier
You won’t find an ornate chandelier in a true farmhouse kitchen—but you fill find fixtures that are charming and unique, like this Copper Globe Chandelier from Houzz ($168). We even love the Edison light bulbs, which just contribute to the vintage charm. Try these 14 tips for better lighting in your kitchen.
Torched Wood Utensil Box
This torched wood organizer ($33) is perfect for wooden spoons, wire whisks and spatulas. Clear out that drawer (you know the one…that drawer with all your utensils) and proudly display them on your counter instead.
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White Farmhouse Bench
Who needs separate chairs? We are happy to dine in close quarters while sitting on this adorable white farmhouse bench ($264). The homemade, craftsman feel blends perfectly with our favorite kitchen tables, plus—it’s made from reclaimed wood.
Metal Farmhouse Pitcher
Our minds start racing with possibilities when we see this white metal pitcher ($40). What would Joanna do with it? We can already picture sunflowers poking out, turning this vessel into a gorgeous centerpiece for the family meal.
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