March Favorites – Coastal Farmhouse Themed Products I Love!
I’ve been browsing the internet looking for products I would love to have in my home and I thought I would share some of those with you. I am always searching for new items because I am often changing out what I have just to keep things fresh and new in my house.
As you know, my design style is coastal with a touch of farmhouse, therefore I try to keep my colors neutral and calm. I don’t like vibrant colors as I feel it is too busy and lively for me.
Here are a few of my favorite things I have found:
- This Painterly Stripe Duvet Cover and sheet set from School House Electric & Supply Co. make me swoon with their simplicity. I love stripes. I especially love grey stripes. This set makes me want to change up the design in my bedroom now.
- This Nautical Hanging Lantern from Shades of Light gives an authentic coastal vibe. I feel like I am thrown back in time somewhere in Maine with the look of this.
- What would a farmhouse be without a magnolia wreath? I absolutely love the idea of a dried magnolia wreath look. I have loved magnolia trees since I was a kid when my elementary school had the biggest one I had ever seen. I remember the ginormous flowers and thinking how amazing a tree must be to make such big flowers. This faux wreath is from Magnolia Market (who else would you go to for one? They have helped to make them so popular!)
- You can never really have too many linens, especially throw blankets. That’s why I have two I am sharing now. The first one is a striped cotton/linen throw blanket from Brahms Mount. I love how it has a vintage look to it and it just looks so soft.
- The other throw blanket is a woven grey linen throw blanket from Kaufmann Mercantile, Inc. It has a fringed edge that I just love!
- This coral reef throw pillow is perfect and helps to add a little bit of texture to any room with a simple white couch. I love that it is indigo as it provides a muted color to keep from looking too colorful. It is from JeTashi on Etsy.
- Lastly, this wooden whale is hand carved by an awesome guy I follow on Instagram. I have enjoyed his work and wanted to share it here. You can find more of his pieces on his website The Wooden Whale Co. or by following him on Instagram.