Mixing in Antique Farmhouse Style

This is a sponsored post by Antique Farmhouse.  All opinions are 100% my own.


Y’all know that I love eclectic styles and mixing in rustic touches are my go-to.  Antlers, rustic woods, distressed and chippy finishes make me so happy.  Growing up in the country in the small-town South has really given me a love for southern touches and architecture.

I’ve been on the hunt for a cotton wreath and garland for years.  I first saw them at a shop two years ago, but they came with a very high price tag that was definitely more than I could justify.  Since then, I’ve searched around for them, but rarely see them!  And when I have, the $75 or higher price tag really made me run the other way.  This fall, when I was planning out my fall and thanksgiving decor, I finally found some cotton pieces at a low price.


$30 for a beautiful raw cotton wreath or garland, I can do.  I absolutely love the rustic texture that this adds to our home!  This wreath brings just the right amount of festive to our mudroom area.  While I have them up for Christmas now, I know these will be something I keep out year round.


I absolutely love the cotton garland against our dark green fireplace.



After finding these two fun pieces, I spent some time snooping around Antique Farmhouse‘s site.  I have found my new go-top source for rustic and farmhouse decor!  They have the most unique pieces and at really affordable prices.  For the same price as shopping at Target, you can get really unique items to bring a little rustic charm into your home.  Awesome style and low prices is something I’m always for!

Here are a few of my other favorites they’re carrying right now:


Antique White Chargers | Antler Hooks | Copper and Agate Necklace | Distressed Display Ladder | Driftwood Chandelier | Aqua Round Wood Wall Clock | Iron Framed Marble Serving Tray | Pipe Candle Holders

I love that each of their pieces is so unique, but makes such a cool statement.  A big thanks to Antique Farmhouse for finally making my cotton dreams come true!  I may have waited a few years to find the right ones, but I know I’ll be enjoying these classic Southern finds for years to come.

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