This is one of my very favorite places to shop for vintage/industrial/retro home decor items. From their tiny boxwood wreaths to their enamel breadboxes, they have got it going on! The bar cart above is simply to die for–but it would be a great side table next to your sofa, too!
From their website: “We offer amazing farmhouse-style décor, vintage reproductions and home decor design sales up to 80% off retail. Antique Farm House offers multiple sales events that include furniture, design lines, décor and art products at incredible savings focused around industrial decor, farmhouse decor, shabby chic, industrial vintage and vintage reproductions.”
As a thrifting/ flea-marketing sort of gal, I also love the fact that they often sell items that are REAL vintage finds. Check out these vintage zinc sinks that would be amazing filled with ice and cold drinks and your next party (or with dried hydrangeas in between soirees!):
This candlelier (aka candle chandelier) would hold votives or tapers (or pillar candles) and would look so pretty on a porch. You can see how I used a similar one in a tent for a party here. I might spray paint it black or even gold, though:
You have to be careful because their items, once sold out, are GONE. They usually don’t restock. Don’t delay when you see something you love!
Littles could use this stool to stand on while they wash at the sink, or to help with dinner prep:
Amy gave me some of these chalkboard hangers a few years ago, and I use them everywhere!
As if Antique Farmhouse wasn’t awesome enough on its own, they have a sister site, called Decor Steals. They’ll email you with ONE awesome deal a day, and you either buy it right away or regret it forever (well, maybe not forever, but you get the idea).
Happy shopping, and thanks for stopping by!
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