20 Rustic, Farmhouse-Style Shoppables You Need Right Now

Rustic ... farmhouse ... call it whatever you like. But if you're anything like us, you're probably obsessed with this trendy but livable style that's taken over the design world. To make it easier for you to shop the look, we've tracked down 20 of our fave decor and furniture pieces that are all dripping with rustic charm.

March 18, 2018
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Basket Case

These wall pockets were inspired by larger tobacco baskets (If you ever find a vintage one at an estate sale or flea market, grab it!). You could use them in many different ways around your house: to collect mail by your front door; for magazines in your powder room; for papers/homework your kids need to grab before walking out the door in your mudroom; or for books in your kid's bedroom. BUY IT:

Farmhouse Chic

Here's another piece that looks like it's from a local barn sale, but is actually brand new. The wood and curved design of this classic chair will check all the boxes on your rustic checklist. This chair would be fantastic around a breakfast table, mixed in with some others at a long dining table or even at a game table. BUY IT:

Fall in Love With Stoneware

Stoneware pottery might make you think of a bountiful breakfast table at an old farmhouse but the modern colors and matte finish make these pieces feel a bit more modern. Mix and match the colors for a look that's eclectic and casual. BUY IT:

Stash in Style

Storage accessories are another great item for creating a rustic vibe. This wire metal basket looks like it's straight out of a chicken coop, but used in the right way it will feel super chic. Smaller baskets like this could work on a kitchen island to keep healthy fruit at hand. Use it under your sink to keep your most important cleaning supplies at the ready, or on your kid's bookshelf to contain stray stuffed animals. BUY IT:

Throw Yourself A Pillow Party

Here's a lovely throw pillow that would work as a quick solution for adding some rustic design mojo into your space. The embroidered leaves feel homespun, but also a bit elevated. Mix in a pillow like this with others on your sofa (different colors, patterns and textures are great) for major rustic wow factor. BUY IT:

Instant Gallery Wall

It's always a challenge to pick the perfect pieces of art to work together on a gallery wall but buying a grouping like this makes that job super-duper easy. These paper leaf cutouts feel fresh and organic, but also casual. Try using them in a guest bathroom, a breakfast nook, or even to zhuzh up an otherwise ordinary laundry room. BUY IT:

Schoolhouse Style

This unique cafeteria-style table will bring you right back to your elementary school days. With reclaimed wood, metal legs and built-in seats, this one has rustic details in spades. It's also great for a smaller space where you might not have room for typical dining chairs. BUY IT:

Get Organized

If you don't have a dedicated entryway, but you really need a spot to corral your stuff at the front door, create it with this fab hallway organizer. The raw wood shelf is a great spot for keys and sunglasses and the hooks are perfect for bags, purses, scarves or light coats. BUY IT:

Dinner Is Served

If you'd like to add more rustic vibes to your home, why not start with your tabletop? These organic, free-form plates are from Joanna Gaines's Hearth & Hand line at Target, and they would pair well with almost any type of place setting you might already have. BUY IT:

Let There Be Light

Another way to easily get those farmhouse vibes poppin' in your space is by switching out a light fixture or two. This simple round wood fixture would really make a statement in a dining room or larger entry. Lighter woods like this look especially fab in white or neutral spaces, as they always manage to soften things up. BUY IT:

Faux Is the Way to Go

When done well, animal heads feel fresh and rustic — it's a trend that never goes away. We love this faux animal head that you can use in your home instead of artwork. Just make sure it's hanging high enough so no one walks into a horn! BUY IT:

A Coffee Table That Can Work Anywhere

Reclaimed wood is pretty much the quarterback of rustic furniture, and this classic coffee table is no exception. The shape of the table might look modern but the wood makes it feel farmhouse fab. Don't be afraid to mix different shades/stains of wood in your home either. BUY IT:

Don't Let Your Plants Go Naked

Plants bring color and life into a home but you always want to make sure your plants are fully dressed. An inexpensive basket like this is the perfect solution for a medium-sized plant, and way more budget-friendly than a ceramic planter — just be sure to always use a plastic liner to catch any stray moisture. Try mi up a few different sizes and styles of baskets if you happen to have a grouping of plants in your home. BUY IT:

Comfy 'n' Cozy

This yummy jersey duvet cover looks vintage, but it's actually brand new. If you'd like to boost the farmhouse vibes in your bedroom, this T-shirt-soft duvet might be your perfect match. Keep in mind: If you splurge on a duvet like this, you can always pair it with less expensive sheets and pillowcases. BUY IT:

Bring Your Own S'Mores

If you're all set inside but want to bring rustic design style to your outdoor space, these wood chairs are a fab option that would work almost anywhere. Set them around a firepit or looking out on the lake from your porch. Don't forget to bring the marshmallows. BUY IT:

Linen Linens? Yes, Please!

This ticking stripe linen throw is a classic pattern that would be super easy to incorporate into almost any space. It also feels gender neutral, so it could easily work across the foot of the bed in a guest bedroom or master suite. BUY IT:

Ditch Your Chairs

Benches are another farmhouse classic that we can't get enough of. Use a reclaimed wood bench like this instead of chairs at your dining table, in a long hallway in your entryway, or in your mudroom for the kiddos to put their boots, shoes and bags under. BUY IT:

Stacked Storage

Galvanized metal is another of our rustic go-tos. This two-tiered tray would look fab at any farmhouse-inspired buffet or brunch table. Post-party, use it in a guest powder room with beautiful soaps on the top tier and soft, fluffy washcloths on the bottom. BUY IT:

You Look Mah-velous

Attention fashionistas: Framed in reclaimed wood, this large leaning floor mirror adds a rustic touch. Most of us would kill to have a mirror like this in our entryway to check our fab outfits before we head out the door. If you have a large master closet, you could also use a mirror like this on an empty wall. BUY IT:

Perfect for Small Spaces

Here's a petite side table that almost feels like a mini ironing board. Use it in a small space living room that's short on square footage, or even as a nightstand in a guest bedroom. BUY IT:

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