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Farmhouse Finds for Under $25

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Want the farmhouse look on a budget? I've rounded up over 15 farmhouse finds for under $25 that will give you the look for less (and they're ALL on Amazon Prime!). Check out all the vintage, rustic fun below.

Farmhouse Finds

We're all a little gaga for the farmhouse look. I'm certainly guilty of dreaming over those vintage tin signs, cotton bolls, and mason jars. But the price tags can be a bit much. Am I right? Why does old-ish stuff have to cost a fortune? I live just under an hour from the super popular Magnolia mothership...and while I love the place, it leaves my pocketbook really sad. I thought it would be fun to find the same type goodies for a whole lot less. AND, all of these items are available on Amazon prime for a fraction of the cost that it is in the fancier places. Check these fabulous finds out below.

Farmhouse Finds

I have listed out my faves from Amazon for you to peruse below (all for a bargain). They make the perfect little touches here and there to your farmhouse decor. But first...a few ideas to take the farmhouse look even further.

Farmhouse Sink Idea
Pictured above is our kitchen, complete with farmhouse sink and rustic grain sack curtain. See its entire makeover here.

5 Tips for the Farmhouse Look

  • Mix multiple textures in one space (from fabrics, rugs, wood grains, metals, and more). Textures add so much interest, especially when layered. 
    • If you have a chunky afghan, place it in a wicker basket to get two "woven" looks on top of each your space a cozy vibe.
    • Use a sisal rug for instant texture just about anywhere. They are the perfect pieces for the casual look, but with loads of interest.
  • Don't go too overboard with weathered pieces. While these are the name of the game in a lot of farmhouse decor, one or two pieces are enough to let your home feel farmhousey...but not overly aged (which can lead to an unkempt feeling at times). 
  • Add different heights to spaces for even more interest. 
    • Use a couple of older books under a photo frame or other displayed items.
    • A tiered tray is another great way to add height to a space, plus lots of interest.
    • Display candlesticks in various heights, instead of just one.
  • Incorporate foliage and greenery everywhere you can. Live houseplants go a long way to added interest in any space. Use baskets or even vintage crocks as planters to keep the farmhouse look consistent. If you don't have a green thumb, I highly recommend a hardy Golden Pothos Ivy. I have several and love them...very low maintenance.
  • Stick to simple, serene colors. Layering creams, whites, and taupes is a great way to get the look of  farmhouse in your home decor.  
Vintage Breakfast Room
Pictured above, our breakfast room is simple, but has a few farmhouse touches, as well. You can tour the entire space here.

Farmhouse Finds for Under $25

Below are goodies to add to your space to give it just a bit more of the vibe you're after. If you prefer to make your own signs and such, I also included a few farmhouse sign and project tutorials towards the end of this post.

1. Farm Fresh Eggs Sign

Farm Fresh Eggs Sign

Every farmhouse needs a few vintage metal signs. This rustic "Farm Fresh Eggs" sign looks like it's straight off the farm. And, it's less than $12 for an 6"x16" sign.

2. Cotton Bolls

Cotton Bolls
Cotton bolls make a great addition to any rustic decor...especially farmhouse.

3. Paddle-Shaped Cutting Board

Wooden Cutting Board
Every farmhouse kitchen needs the quintessential paddle-shaped cutting board. This one is inexpensive enough to also use for crafting (I love using vinyl on these to make vintage signs). They're also perfect to serve a simple charcuterie off of...or just display them against your backsplash for added texture. Cutting boards also make great gifts to newlyweds or new homeowners.

4.  Cast Iron Wall Hooks

Cast Iron Wall Hooks
This cast iron wall hooks are perfect to hang your apron on in the kitchen...or installed by the door for jackets. I love the finish on these and have a set in my own home.

5. Small Dough Bowl

Dough Bowl

A dough bowl is perfect for holding fruit, small plants, candles, and even corralling the daily mail. These can be very expensive at antique shops, but this (smaller) one I found on Amazon comes in under our $25 budget. Please note: these reproductions should not be used with actual dough. And if you keep fruit in yours, be sure it's fruit with heavier peels since these aren't food safe. 

6. Grain Sack Tablecloth

Grainsack Tablecloth

A vintage grain sack is pretty much the epitome of the modern farm look. And this lovely reproduction tablecloth would be perfect in so many settings...for casual dinners to entertaining. It's available in several size options. 

7. Wooden Tiered Tray

Wooden Tiered Tray
A wooden tiered tray under $25? YES! And I'm loving the mixed wood and metal pieces on this one. Tiered trays are all the rage right now in farmhouse style. They're perfect for a coffee station, homework center, or just pretty things on display. 

8. Wooden Perpetual Calendar

Farmhouse Perpetual Calendar

I'm a sucker for a weathered perpetual calendar. And the style of this one is so unique. I really like the different wood stains/paints that are used to add lots of interest.

9. Wood Bead Garland

Wood Bead Garland

Wood Bead Garlands are a simple way to add a bit of texture and interest here and there. Tuck them into a tiered tray, drape them over the corner of a picture frame, or loop them over a door handle. There are so many uses for these cute little accessories. 

10. Tinted Mason Jars

Tinted Mason Jars
Colored Ball Mason Jars are the most versatile pieces for any farmhouse. Use them for canning, glassware, organization, as vases, and more.These aqua-colored ones are so vintage-y fantastic.

11. Farmhouse Pillow Covers

Farmhouse Pillows

These modern throw pillow covers (with a fun faux leather band on ticking fabric) are such a great new look for any space...both farmhouse and boho at the same time. These are pillow covers that are simple to change out seasonally, if you like.

12. Buffalo Checked Napkins

Buffalo Check Napkins
Add a splash of farmhouse interest to your table with some simple buffalo checked napkins. They're perfect for everyday meals or when you have friends over for a bite. These are available in several color options.

13. Wood Riser Display

Wood Riser Display
A simple wood riser is the perfect thing to add height to any display or area of your home. This two-toned one on Amazon is perfect for holding the perfect amount of items...great by a sink or in a vignette.

14. Bottle Opener

Rustic Bottle Opener
Every farmhouse needs a bottle opener, y'all. What else will you open your vintage soda bottles with? This rusty bottle opener certainly fits the bill. Hang it in the kitchen to pop your tops off. It's less than $10, too! 

15. Burlap Bunting

Burlap Bunting
Burlap bunting is perfection draped over everything for that shabby chic look. From hanging off the mantel to a front porch's so cute. You can either leave it as is or use a vinyl machine to create a customized banner for your home.

16. Salt and Pepper Caddy

Salt and Pepper Caddy
Salt and pepper in mason jars in a galvanized caddy?!? Yes, please!

17. Rustic Wall Organizer

Decorative Wall Caddy

This rustic wall organizer is perfect to hang by the back door or in your laundry room. Corral all the things in a fun way.
Farmhouse Decor

Farmhouse DIY Projects

If you'd rather make your own farmhouse creations, be sure to check out the DIY projects below.


  1. These are all so adorable and I love that they are all under $25! I am definitely going to have to get some of these!

    - Jaclyn

  2. Great round-up of items to get the farmhouse look! I enjoyed seeing them here and will check out the links - thanks!

  3. So cute! I love them all and already have several things like it! Thanks for sharing more ideas!

  4. Fantabulous blog post! Thank you so much. Love your Jadeite collection. Can't wait to see more of this type of post.