Hey all and welcome to the weekend! I saw this week that Pier 1 is now selling Magnolia Home rugs and pillows, and they are all gorgeous. And very expensive. 😳 Believe me, I'm all for splurges. But the cheapest pillow I found was $70 and most are closer to $100 each. Yowza.
I can't help you with their rugs and pillows but I can help with the Fixer Upper style for a whole lot less! I showed you their less expensive line of furniture and decor and where to get it last year.
They also carry a bunch of beautiful accessories at a good price point at these stores:
I found some items I loved there and want to go back to see if they have anything new.
You can find the same look for even less if you know where to get it! Hobby Lobby has a new aisle in the store and if you love this style you'll want to check it out.
This cotton wreath is a good size and is $50:
BUT this stuff is half off all the time. So you'll pay $25. (They also have the stems at a great price.)
I love the cow and large farmhouse prints:
Check below to see where to find a bigger half windmill for a great price!
By the way, I LOVE those cute "hi" signs -- just can't figure out where to put one. :)
This aisle was cleaned out the day I went by to take photos, but they still had a lot of great stuff -- it's popular! This distressed cake stand was pretty -- it could be used so many different ways:
I loved this large glass demijohn as well -- the vintage versions are SO expensive:
One of my favorites from that aisle were the tobacco baskets they are carrying now. From what I've heard from employees they are flying off the shelves. I was able to pick up one a few weeks ago and it was the next to last one -- and they had gotten a new shipment hours earlier that day.
I LOVE it -- it looks lovely on our fireplace:
I got it half off, so it was only $9. NINE bucks! Awesome.
Target is rocking the farmhouse look lately too. I adore this table I found online:
It's called the Harvester dining table and is on sale right now for something like $350! Gah. Love it.
I've been eyeing these terracotta hangings planters there for months and months:
I love hanging stuff but never know where I'd put it! I just love those so much. They have the normal terracotta color as well.
These wire cloches scream farmhouse style and are on clearance right now! (I found these on an end cap.):
I found a bunch of farmhouse decor in their outdoor aisle -- they always have the best stuff you can easily use inside. Olive buckets are another one that can be crazy expensive when you buy vintage:
I keep eyeing these wood birds too -- I just think they're adorable.
And if you love the look of bread bowls but can't find one, Target has a few versions in their outdoor section:
If you plan to use them for decor, you could stain them to darken the wood tone.
I was most excited about these metal wall planters I found in that area a few weeks ago:
They're the Threshold galvanized wall planter and the last time I went to find them they were gone. And they're gone at most of the stores nearby.
I'm guessing it's because of this?:
;) These versions are smaller than those you see in the beginning of every Fixer Upper, but they are only something like $9 each. This is another one I want to find a place for...but I waited and now I can't find them.
If you don't have a Target or Hob Lob, you can look online! I loved the following I found on Amazon. This farmhouse sign is smaller but it's metal and very inexpensive:
Joanna loves her windmills and this one is nearly three feet wide and only $20:
And these enamel canisters are perfect for a farmhouse kitchen and are less than $20:
Do you have a favorite spot for farmhouse-inspired decor? I like to use some of this style because they easily fit in with most decor. They add some whimsy and warmth to a house!