By Pamela Masin

Published on January 7, 2017

Pin It
Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

Burlap and subway tile and reclaimed wood shelves, oh my! Discover these farmhouse decorating blogs for endless amounts of rustic inspiration and profiles of cozy spaces. Reading them will make you feel like you’re wrapped in the softest plaid down blanket there is. On this list you’ll find expert designers, talented DIYers, and impeccable antique-ers—all who share their unique perspective on how to bring this style to your home. These swoon-worthy blogs are sure to have you craving shiplap.

Pin It
Photography by City Farmhouse

City Farmhouse

If you’re wondering how to bring farmhouse style into your home, you’ll be sure to find the answers here. Whether Jennifer O’Brien is sharing gorgeous product roundups, news about home décor book releases, or ideas on how to decorate a wintery tablescape, her impeccable taste continues to expand our views on how to do rustic chic.

Pin It
Photography by Boxwood Avenue

Boxwood Avenue

Meet Chloe Mackintosh, the powerhouse blogger who traded city living in Reno, Nevada for a simpler life on a cattle ranch in northern California and hasn’t looked back since. Covering everything from rustic DIYs to adorable farm animal photos, Boxwood Avenue reminds you to slow down and truly enjoy your home. Who knows, it might even inspire you to pack your bags for the country.

Pin It
Photography by SIMPLY LACE PHOTOGRAPHY VIA LARK AND LINEN

lark & linen

From dreamy interiors to approachable entertaining tips, lark & linen is our go-to spot for scrolling through pinnable spaces that epitomize cozy, relaxing style. Founder and Toronto-based interior designer Jacquelyn Clark’s keen eye for peaceful and pretty aesthetics keep us coming back to her blog for daily inspiration. She also covers topics beyond décor like smart fashion advice and almost-too-pretty-to-eat recipes.

Pin It
Photography by Love Grows Wild

Love Grows Wild

We’re always excited to see what Liz Fourez will remodel next. Her knack for making all white interiors look anything but boring and her ability to effortlessly blend in modern details work together to create total design eye candy.

Pin It
Photography by House of Jade Interiors

 

House of Jade Interiors

 

From designers and best friends Erin Morgan and Kristen Krason comes this stunning outlet for major home envy. While their focus isn’t strictly on farmhouse decorating, you’ll see a lot of its influence throughout their roundups of impressive interiors, home makeovers, and decorating advice. Warning: This one will keep you scrolling way past your bedtime.

Pin It
Photography by The Wood Grain Cottage

The Wood Grain Cottage

Be still our farmhouse-loving hearts. With no shortage of rustic wood, sisal rugs, and iron metalwork, you’ll love following along Shayna Orrino’s decorating journey transforming her home on a scenic Colorado cornfield. Don’t forget to look for seasonal DIYs that are not just creative but also doable—even for non-crafty people.

Pin It
Photography by Miss Mustard Seed

Miss Mustard Seed

Marian Parsons’ blog, Miss Mustard Seed, is a reminder that you don’t need to break the bank to create a thoughtful, beautiful home. Her carefully curated antiques, creative repurposing ideas, and advice on making it all work on a budget is what makes her site a cut above the rest. If you’re suddenly feeling inspired to go antiquing this weekend, we’re right there with you.

Pin It
Photography by Shades of Blue

Shades of Blue

It’s all about learning how to make rustic touches and feminine pieces work together on this ultra chic blog by Rachel Pereira. But where she really excels is in her incredible before-and-after antique furniture transformations. Just look at this stunning coffee table makeover or this catalog-worthy French Bergere chair. Turn to Shades of Blue if you want advice on how to bring subtle touches of farmhouse style into your home.

Pin It
Photography by Nina Hendrick

Nina Hendrick

The blog of east coast native and self-taught designer Nina Hendrick is the space where she showcases a steady makeover of her 1980s colonial into a modern day farmhouse.  We love how she uses breezy New England style to add old-fashioned charm to a cookie cutter home. Beyond endless interior inspo, you’ll also find lots of practical advice like how to paint kitchen cabinets and tips for adding character to an all white room

Pin It
Photography by The Inspired Room

The Inspired Room

There’s a reason why Melissa Michaels’ has four home décor books, one of which is a NY Times bestseller. The Seattle-based writer, who has been blogging at The Inspired Room for the past ten years, not only has great taste, but she’s able to be totally relatable and realistic when it comes to how to create the home of your dreams. What we love most are the looks at her own home renovation projects that don’t shy away from color or eclectic décor.

Pin It
Photography by Thistlewood Farm

Thistlewood Farm

You’ll find yourself “oohing” and “aahing” over the charming DIY projects on crafter KariAnne Wood’s blog, Thistlewood Farms. Her detailed instructions are easy to follow, and the results are super pretty. Expect your hammer and drill to get a lot more use very soon.

Pin It
Photography by Magnolia Market

Magnolia Market

It wouldn’t be right to talk about farmhouse style without mentioning the queen of shiplap, French doors, and countryside living, Joanna Gaines. We’re not sure how the HGTV star has time to write a blog, but we’re not complaining. You’ll find extras about the gorgeous renovations featured on the show, glimpses at the Gaines’s household, recipes straight from their dreamy white kitchen, stylish DIY projects, and decorating advice to give your home signature Fixer Upper style. Trust us, Joanna never disappoints.

Privacy Preference Center

Multiply

These cookies are used to collect information about traffic to this website and how users interface with this website.

mx_bucket_*, mx_cookie, mx_uuid, mx_xp_d, xp_xp_m_android, xgeo, xroll