Tuesday, October 29, 2013

New: Grain Sack Pillow with Deer Print and Red Stripes

This hand crafted Grain Sack Pillow with Deer Print and brick-red stripes will add a ton of charm to your holiday décor. This super soft pillow creates vintage cabin style and instantly brings a cozy, down-to-earth sensibility to any home. The backside just contains the red stripes, so it can extend beyond the holiday season. The vintage style grain sack material is made from 100% cotton. 15" square. Filling made of 100% Polyester. Machine Washable.
Coordinates with our red stripe table runner.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Rustic Farmhouse {plus free shipping on orders over $50}

It's easy to see the appeal of rustic farmhouse living!
This casual style has a relaxed elegance that makes everyone feel at home.

Please enjoy free shipping on any purchase of $50 or more.
Enter coupon code "rustic" during checkout.

Available today through midnight (ET) October 27, 2013.
Not valid on previous purchases.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Chalkboard Art

We just got this adorable Chalkboard Sign-Snowflake Cafe in 
and now I wish fall would would hurry along so I can hang this up.
Designed to look just like a cafe chalkboard, this wooden wall art also features a bright red ribbon for hanging. 11.5"W x 18"H.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

We're Nuts About This

This Herb Potting Crate with Aged Pots may be perfect for sowing herbs, but I put a fun twist on it and turned it into a serving tray packed with nuts. Great idea for holiday entertaining. The vintage style wooden crate holds six aged terracotta pots and features a weathered patina.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Cozy Cabin Style {plus save 15% on any purchase}

Bring the warm and relaxed style of vintage cabin living to your home! 

Plus, please enjoy 15% off your next purchase at Farmhouse Wares.

Enter coupon code "cabin15" during checkout.

Available today through midnight (EDT) October 19, 2013.

Includes sale items. Offer available while supplies last. Not valid on previous purchases.

Friday, October 11, 2013

New: Jericho Bay Glass and Rope Candle Lantern

For a dash of nautical style and lots of farmhouse practicality, the Jericho Bay Glass and Rope Candle Lantern can’t be beat. This rustic candle hurricane takes its name from a bay in Brooklin, Maine, where writer E.B. White had his famous saltwater farm, the inspiration for Charlotte’s Web. Like the lanterns that adorned the coastal farmhouses of White’s time and earlier, the Jericho Bay Glass and Rope Candle Lantern is made of heavy glass, roomy enough to hold big candles. The handle is made of thick rope. 11”H x 7.5” W at base and tapers to 6.5”W at top.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Sweet Creamware

Add a sweet touch to tea time with this Vintage Style Creamware Sugar and Creamer Set. Perfect for entertaining or everyday use, the casual elegance of this antique white set coordinates easily with any dinnerware collection. Save 10% through 10/10/13

Friday, October 4, 2013

Vintage Trick or Treat Party

Create a vintage style Halloween party with a few classics. These days I don't have as much time to put into my entertaining as I would like. It's great to have every day items on hand that can quickly turn into tabletop centerpieces with ease. Our Vintage Style Enamel Food Storage Containers are just that. 

They offer instant vintage charm and country, farmhouse style to any buffet. The large one is great for keeping a few drinks on ice. I found some retro soda bottles to add a pop of color to our trick or treat party. The smallest enamel container holds my handmade party favors. I made the little treat bags from some extra fabric and ribbon and packed them with retro candy favorites, such as Mary Janes and Fireballs. Happy Halloween Decorating!

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

I Heart Transferware

I'm serving up some fun fall treats on our Camille Dessert Plates. Inspired by French Transferware, our Camille Dessert Plate Set features six assorted floral patterns. A country classic, transferware has adorned the shelves of American farmhouses for centuries. You'll look for ways to serve up more desserts just so you can use them.