Do you love farmhouse decor? Blending vintage country primitives with a modern industrial accents has become one of the newest interior design trends. The only issue is that it can get really expensive. Thankfully, there are loads of options out there for items that are within your budget. We have gathered 50 farmhouse decor items under $50.
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50. Mason Jar Soap Dispenser: $15
We have seen a lot of people online getting creative with their DIY versions of these mason jar soap dispensers. Yes, you could try to make this at home. But if you want to save some time, you can buy this ready-made one online. We have seen some people online paint these with pastel colored chalk board paint, and they look adorable. Click here to check it out.
49. Black Industrial Wall Sconces: $43 For a Set of 2
One of the most expensive items in any home renovation are the light fixtures. For just $43, you can get a set of two goose necked black industrial wall sconces. They also come with a wire and plug, so you don’t have to hire an electrician to help you. This would be great to replace your bedside table lamps. Just plug them in after you drill them into the wall, and they are ready to go. Click here to check it out.
48. Apothecary Jars With Lid: $14 For a Set of 2
Okay, these jars are not genuine “apothecary jars”. I can already hear all of you vintage/antique nerds cringing. That’s just what they are titled. Even if they are brand new, they sure do look cute, right? Great for holding your Q-tips and cotton swaps in the bathroom, right next to that mason jar soap dispenser. Click here to check it out.
47. White Pig Jar: $10
Look at this little white pig! The actual jar is empty when it arrives. (The succulent is not included.) You could use this for sugar packets on a coffee bar, paper clips on your desk, or pretty much anything your heart desires. Click here to check it out.
46. Cotton Stems: $11
There is so much you can do with cotton stems. in country decor. You could leave them in a vase, turn them into a wreath, and so much more. If you live in the country, you may be able to find these for free, or at a local craft store. However, if there is no cotton farm nearby, you just may have to settle with getting these online. Click here to check it out.
45. Distressed Cast Iron Hooks: $13
These hooks are perfect for a mud room or a front hallway so that you can hang your coats, purse, hats, and backpacks near the front door. They look very sturdy and heavy-duty, which is exactly what you need when you have a family looking to put their things away. Click here to check it out.
44. Rustic Wooden Wall Hooks: $15 For a Set of 2
If you plan to hang your DIY projects, or if you have lanterns to go by your front door, these wooden wall hooks just might do the trick. Keep in mind that this listing is only for the wood mount and the hook, and it does not include the lantern. Click here to check it out.
43. Rustic Felt Letter Board: $21
Letter boards are a lot of fun. You can change them as often as you want with inspirational quotes, jokes, or messages for your family. While there are plenty of places you can buy one, this letter board in particular has a distressed wooden frame that would fit in with any farmhouse decor. Click here to check it out.
42. Vintage Pickup Truck Wine Holder: $24
It’s five o’clock somewhere. If you love country decor and wine, why not put both of your passions together? This is perfect if you do not have a huge wine collection, but you still want to put a new bottle on display. Even if you do have a wine bottle collection in your basement, this could just be a place where you put the bottle that is okay to open next. Click here to check it out.
41. Spherical Pendant Light: $33
In the words of Sting, “Be still my beating heart.” These pendant lights are so beautiful, and they are a fraction of what you would pay somewhere like Home Depot. This may or may not already be on our Amazon Wish List. Click here to check it out.
40. Rustic Wall Sconces: $30 for 2
These light fixtures are very cool and industrial-looking. For just $30, you really can’t beat that price, especially compared to hardware stores. These are great for a front porch, or to accent a doorway. Click here to check it out.
39. Vintage Style Caddy Organizer: $40
This is a perfect example of how you would normally find something like this at a flea market or an antique store, and re-use it for your farmhouse decor. So many people love this look, so they have created a vintage style caddy that’s perfect for both gardening and indoor use. Click here to check it out.
38. Buffalo Check Door Mat: $20
Raise your hands if you love buffalo check! …Okay, now put your hand down. You look silly. This door mat is super cute, and should look great on your front porch. Click here to check it out.
37. Triangle Dinner Bell: $18
Do you have beautiful dreams of ringing a dinner bell, and all of your kids come running from the backyard to eat? Well, this item is for you. Even if the likelihood that you would actually use it seems slim-to-none, it would still look very cool on your back porch. Click here to check it out.
36. Farmhouse Sign: $13
What could be more farmhouse than a sign that literally says “farmhouse”? This is made of tin, and could easily hang on your wall or be propped up on a counter top. Click here to check it out.
35. Cotton Herringbone Blanket: $15
If you are looking for a throw blanket to fit your farmhouse aesthetic, your old Hello Kitty blanket just might not make the grade. (Who are we to judge?) Luckily, there are some super cute herringbone blankets for just $15. Click here to check it out.
34. Wooden Blanket Ladder: $50
In the last entry, you can see blankets hanging on a ladder. This is really popular to take an antique or vintage wooden ladder and repurpose it in your home. So, of course, there is bound to be a reproduction. Most wooden ladders online are $60 to $90, except for this one, which is being displayed like a shelf, despite its narrow ledges. (Trust us, it’s a ladder.) There are also cheaper metal options at around $30, but that may not fit into your rustic farmhouse aesthetic. Click here to check it out.
33. Black Metal Bar Stools: $39 Each
So we cheated on this one a little bit. This is a set of 4 bar stools, which costs $145.99. That makes it $39 for each bar stool. (It still counts!) Anyone who has shopped for bar stools before can attest to the fact that they are expensive. Normally, you can expect to pay $50 to $100 each when you buy them individually. So $39 is actually a great deal. Click here to check it out.
32. Reclaimed Barn Wood: $15 for 6 Pieces
Do you ever see beautiful farmhouse crafts on Pinterest, and wonder, “Where the heck is everyone getting this gorgeous reclaimed barn wood?!” The only reclaimed wood we can find for free around here is pretty gross. Well, apparently, the big secret is that you can but it on Amazon. This is a 6-pack of 12-inch long planks. Click here to check it out.
31. Eddie Bauer Buffalo Check Throw Blanket: $22.49
Imagine curling up by a fire with this cozy buffalo check blanket. Maybe you have a warm cup of coffee, a good book, and a cat by your side. Are we trying to sell this one a bit too hard? Okay. You get it. It’s a blanket, y’all. Click here to check it out.
30. Set of 2 Farmhouse Corbels: $20
If you have never seen these before, do yourself a favor and look up Farmhouse Corbels on Pinterest. Some people also call them “wood brackets”. These look so good in so many ways. On the Amazon listing, you can see how they use the reclaimed barn wood set as book ends, in the corner of a room, under kitchen cabinets, and as shelves. It could potentially be a really affordable way to jazz up your current decor. Click here to check it out.
29. Set of 3 Faux Eucalyptus Plants: $27
Eucalyptus is a popular plant for people who are looking to decorate in a farmhouse style. But if you are a busy person, you may not have time to take care of real plants. This set of 3 plants are in jars that look like cement, and it would fit in with industrial or farmhouse decor. Click here to check it out.
28. Metal Barn Star: $31.48
Nearly every house in the country has one of these metal barn stars. They are beautiful and iconic, and come in nearly every color you can imagine. Lucky for you, they are available online, just in case you cannot find them in your local areas. Click here to check it out.
27. Mason Jar Wall Scones: $21 For 2
These mason jar wall scones are ready to be hung on your wall. Sure, a lot of people can DIY these. But if you are not much of a crafter, this comes ready for you to get it up as soon as possible. Click here to check it out.
26. Set of 12 Kitchen Towels: $15
Anyone who does a lot of cooking knows that you need to use kitchen towels every single day. Sometimes, you may even need a new towel for every meal. This is why this 12-pack of towels is essential for any home cook. Click here to check it out.
25. Eucalyptus Wreath: $22
Using eucalyptus plants to decorate your home has become more popular in recent years. This faux eucalyptus wreath would look gorgeous on your front door in the spring or summer. Click here to check it out.
24. Metal Flower Vase: $23
Galvanized metal is popular in country decor, and this metal flower vase is no exception. Just keep in mind that if you use it for real flowers, the metal might eventually rust. Make sure to completely dry it when you are done using it, or only use it for faux flowers. Click here to check it out.
23. “Nice Butt” Toilet Paper Holder: $35
This toilet paper holder comes with a compliment! Your friends and family will probably laugh when they see this on top of the toilet. Click here to check it out.
22. Shabby Chic Water Pitcher: $16
This gorgeous water pitcher looks like it was up-cycled from someone old farm, but it’s actually a replica. Great if you want the vintage look. Click here to check it out.
21. Burlap Table Runner: $9
For years, women on farms chose to re-use fabric from burlap sacks for a number of different things around their home. Now, you can get the same kind of home-made feeling with this table runner. Click here to check it out.
20. Fresh Soap & Water Sign: $10.50
This cheeky sign looks great, so long as your friends know that you don’t actually expect them to pay 5 cents to wash their hands. Click here to check it out.
19. Mason Jar Measuring Cups: $14
Do you love cooking? What about mason jars? If the answer to both of those questions is “yes”, then you would probably adore these mason jar measuring cups. Click here to check it out.
18. Set of 2 Wooden Arrow Wall Art: $17
When you think about country decor, you may think about hunting. Instead of having very masculine hunting decor like taxidermy, you may want to try hanging these wooden arrows, instead. Click here to check it out.
17. Metal Circle Shelf: $34
Up-cycling metal pie tins became popular for a while, to the point where you can now find pieces that are made just to help people get the look. This galvanized metal shelf is very cool, and will help you get the style you are looking for. Click here to check it out.
16. 3 Slot Media Organizer: $20
Do you have problems finding your remote controls? This little media organizer is perfect for having a place to put your remote away when you’re done using it, and it can still fit in with your rustic decor. Click here to check it out.
15. Metal Vintage Style Scale: $20
Years ago, using scales was far more common, especially when farmers were weighing their goods. Today, these can be great as a decor piece. Some people choose to put candles or plants on them, or you can leave it empty as a display piece. Click here to check it out.
14. His and Her’s Hooks: $17
If you share a bathroom with your significant other, you may want a way to separate your towels when you get out of the shower. These hooks are made of metal, and should be sturdy. They could also be hung by your front door for a purse, hats, keys, and more. Click here to check it out.
13. Metal Windmill Wall Clock: $30
Some farms have windmills to help produce energy or grind grain. So it only makes sense to have a windmill piece with your farmhouse decor. This one in particular is made of galvanized metal, and it has been turned into a clock. Click here to check it out.
12. 3 Tier Metal Serving Tray: $43
Multi-tiered cake plates are great, because they can store a lot of things. Or, you can use them for the original purpose, which was to display cakes at tea time. There is often a lot of metal in farmhouse decor, so this brings together the best of both worlds. Click here to check it out.
11. Metal Bucket Tray: $17
This metal bucket tray is great for a lot of things around your home, We have seen this used as a toilet paper holder in a bathroom, a serving tray for drinks, and so much more. Click here to check it out.
10. Mason Jar Salt and Pepper Shakers: $13
We already included the mason jar measuring cups on this list, and this set of baby blue salt and pepper shakers matches perfectly. Click here to check it out.
9. Pantry Open 24/7 Sign: $21
Technically, your kitchen pantry is open 24/7, even if that’s not good for your waist line! This sign would look really cute hanging above your pantry doors. Click here to check it out.
8. Cathedral Window Frame: $45
Cathedral window frames are very popular in farmhouse decor, but they are surprisingly difficult to find online for under $50. This is one of the only options we found that you can get delivered to your door through Amazon Prime. Also check out places like Hobby Lobby and Home Goods. Click here to check it out.
7. Kitchen Utensil Container: $17
Having a kitchen utensil container is great if you want to grab your tools without having to rummage through a drawer. This one is plain and gets straight to the point- “Utensils.” Click here to check it out.
6. “Farm Sweet Farm” Shower Curtain: $21
If you actually own a farm, you can say so much more than “home sweet home”. This is a very cute shower curtain with a pickup truck decked out in buffalo check pattern. Click here to check it out.
If you have a kitchen pantry, there are a lot of different containers you can use to organize your things. But if you are set on giving it a country style, consider using these wire containers, which look like they came straight out of a farm. Click here to check it out.
4. Galvanized Metal Coasters: $18
If you are having friends over for drinks, you need to buy some coasters to protect your wooden tables. Instead of going with plain old cardboard or cork, consider getting these galvanized metal coasters with little farm animals depicted on them. Click here to check it out.
3. Extra Large Woven Storage Basket: $33
If you are looking to decorate your house with farmhouse decor, you can’t go wrong with almost any kind of basket. They are great for storing extra blankets, toys, and so much more. There may be some great options in your local thrift store. However, if you look at some of the designs seen on Fixer Upper, you may have noticed these multi-colored baskets. They are really chic, and can fit in with a lot of styles. Click here to check it out.
2. Set of 2 Wooden Trays: $30
Whether you are trying to bringing someone breakfast in bed, or you simply want to make a beautiful centerpiece on a kitchen island, trays can be a great thing to incorporate into your home decor. Since you are looking to do a farmhouse style, it only makes sense to go after the reclaimed wood style. Click here to check it out.
1. Set of Kitchen Towels: $13
Last and not least is this set of kitchen towels. Each one of these towels is either striped or with a plaid pattern, and one has farm animals. Very cute and useful for your cooking needs. Click here to check it out.