As a farmhouse style light fixture designer and manufacturer, we've been always looking for inspirations and ideas through the interwebs. Fortunately we've discovered many farmhouse decorating blogs for endless amounts of rustic inspiration and profiles of cozy spaces.
On this list you'll find expert designers, talented DIYers, and impeccable house owners—all who share their unique perspective on how to bring this style to your home.
Cedar Hill Farmhouse
Cedar Hill Farmhouse, is about Farmhouse French style. It’s about creating a relaxed lifestyle and home that is also graceful and beautiful, a place that embraces family and friends in a comfortable way while making them feel special and celebrated. Anita, the publisher of Cedar Hill Farmhouse, loves all that goes into making a house a home.
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.
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.
Liz Marie Blog
A twenty-something-year-old Liz Marie Blog is an eclectic mix of everything lovely. From re-doing furniture, crafts, & interior design to makeup & Military wife advice. Liz Marie Blog is a reflection of the author, Liz Marie Galvan, & all the lovely things in her life & her hobbies.
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, they're right there with you.
My 100 Year Old Home
Leslie Byrd Saeta is a mother of three boys and the owner of a 100 year old California house. Since they moved into the house, they have remodeled the home three times and they were very big projects. The first was the kitchen, family room, two downstairs baths and the outdoor patio. A few years later they added a pool and remodeled the master bedroom, two upstairs baths, and the third-floor attic. The last major remodel was when they updated Leslie's art studio (The Carriage House) and added an outdoor kitchen. After all these sure thing Leslie has a lot to share for your farmhouse style inspirations.
The Creek Line House
Another amazing house owner, In the Summer of 2011, My husband Chris, our daughter Kennedy and myself packed up and left our life in the big city to move back to Chris’ hometown. We bought a turn-of-the-century (that last one, not this one that just happened like 5 minutes ago. Ha.) farmhouse in the country that needs a whole lot of work. Little by little (by very little) we’re reshaping and restoring this house into the kind of place we want for our family to call home, with some reshaping of ourselves happening in there as well along the way. This blog is the story of that, with lots of decorating, renovating, crafts, and homekeeping tidbits thrown in there.
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.
One project at a time, the injecting that cottage-y/ farmhouse style that we love into our home, with plenty of wood grain mixed in there too. In fact, that’s how The Wood Grain Cottage was named, after my husbands’ love of anything with “wood grain” and my obsession with cottage & farmhouse style design. Put the two together and you have our idea of the perfect home!
"Remodeling a Vintage Farmhouse in the Middle of the Country." Crafter KariAnne of Thistlewood Farm tells a story of how a house became a home. You'll find yourself "oohing" and "aahing" over the charming DIY projects here and 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.
Suzy Handgraaf is here to inspire you and help you to create the home of your dreams. She proves that creating a home that you love doesn’t have to be expensive. In Worthing Court Suzy shares inspiration, decorating tips, recipes, design dilemma solutions and tutorials for creating and decorating on a budget.