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Living in an apartment and trying to turn it into our “home” isn’t the easiest thing in the world.
Making purchases on decor I really love can be difficult because, let’s be honest, tan carpet, beige walls, and honey oak trim isn’t the easiest base to work with!
I often find myself wishing for cool-toned neutral walls, beautiful wood floors and white trim. (One day it will happen! We just want to reduce our debt first!)
I love a variety of styles and so maybe it’s for the best that we don’t have our own home yet so I can figure it out!
That said, I’ve always been a bit drawn to the Farmhouse style because it’s a cozy and “lived in” design aesthetic. Plus, I grew up on a farm raising animals, so that might play into it a bit too!
We can’t spend a lot of money on decorating because we want most of our extra money to go to our debt snowball. But I’m a firm believer in the importance of making a house a home and that it’s possible to do so on a budget!
When the kids are napping I often browse online for farmhouse decor on a budget and Target is a website I come back to again and again. I mean, how can you ever shop online and NOT go to Target?
With the addition of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Target line Hearth and Hand, Target has really upped their game on farmhouse decor! They also have a fantastic line called Project 62 that contains pieces that you can mix into the farmhouse aesthetic to create a more modern look.
EVERYTHING in this resource comes from Target and that, my friends, was no accident but intended for a couple of reasons.
- Even though I mentioned it already, I’ll say it again. Target is awesome.
- I HATE paying for shipping and so I like to do most of my online purchases from one retailer when I can. Usually with bigger purchases you can qualify for free shipping and if not, at least you’re only paying for shipping once! The last thing I want you to have to do is spot a few things you love and have to buy separate $20 items from multiple retailers and end up paying $5+ for shipping. That adds up quick!
I found some pretty cool things for a variety of price points to suit your particular budget although if you’re in my camp, the further you can stretch your dollar the better!
Farmhouse Decor On a Budget: Under $25
1. Brushstrokes Woven Throw Pillow | 2. Artificial Plant | 3. Sunburst Reclaimed Wall Mirror | 4. Artificial Plant | 5. Let’s Eat Framed Art | 6. Hexagon Mirror With Shelf | 7. Cinch Vase | 8. Flat Rattan Wall Art | 9. Clay Stripe Vase | 10. Wire Storage Bin | 11. Decorative Rock Vase | 12. Artificial Boxwood Plant | 13. Round Fabric Basket |
Farmhouse Decor On a Budget: Under $50
Farmhouse Decor On a Budget: Under $100
That’s all for today! Share your favorite place to find farmhouse decor? What’s your favorite decor style? Let me know in the comments!