My modern farmhouse living room furniture and decor collection has a subtle bohemian feel and a cozy, relaxed west coast vibe influenced by both my upbringing in Los Angeles and current hometown of Portland Oregon. I have thoughtfully curated a selection of new and unique affordable pieces of modern farmhouse furniture and decor. An important part of my mission with Rare and Worthy is to bring great design to anyone who wants it, regardless of where they live. Modern Farmhouse Living Room Decor Ideas Curated By Rare And Worthy
Truth is, the vast popularity of Joanna Gaines means her signature relaxed farmhouse style has crept into many of the current interior design styles and can be found in boutiques and ‘big box stores’ like Target and Walmart alike – yay, affordable! Generally speaking, the charm of the modern farmhouse style comes from the warmth and practicality of using a mix of new and vintage items, a simple neutral color palette and furniture with clean lines made of simple rustic materials.
The tan leather couch and warm wood tones above are a striking and welcome contrast to the bright white walls. And I spy mud cloth throw pillows that are very similar to the style I chose for my Modern Farmhouse Decor idea board (and in the very of-the-moment color, INDIGO). If you’re intrigued by the open carved wood design on the round coffee table, above, World Market has a lookalike.
Part of the charm of Farmhouse decor is the texture and warmth, so why not toss another throw blanket over the back of the couch and sit for a spell?
I have been pleasantly surprised by the consistency and quality of Target’s Opalhouse line of furniture and home decor accessories. Once I pulled my eyes away from the gorgeous pattered cement tiles on the fireplace (above) I saw that driftwood macrame wall hanging!
Textile art is a small space friendly way to get more texture and warmth in your living room. I love the black round wall mirror hanging above the tan leathern couch in the minimal modern farmhouse living room above.
If the modern farmhouse style is new for you, I recommend starting with Amazon, Target and World Market.
Many of the items featured on my modern farmhouse living room collection below are from Amazon and Target.
The wide variation of patterns and colors offers and unlimited amount of options to add a few to your existing throw pillows. A large 20″ square mudcloth-inspired tribal pattern throw pillow is what your next Netflix binge needs.
In 2020, gallery walls have transitioned to less pieces that are larger in scale with mismatched frames and mixed metals. For extra drama, shine a mini spotlight on it and admire the geometric shadows it throws on your walls – literally an instant art installation.
The white ceramic hanging planter above is almost nice enough to hang empty, but if you’re in the market for a new plant, Amazon has a few nice live plant options like a 4 pack of trailing sedum or a variety of philodendron.
Round wall mirrors are everywhere but the thick rustic wood frame on this one drew me in immediately. I can see dusty rose looking fabulous with a beige leather couch, as well as my mudcloth-inspired tribal pillow picks in neutral tones. Farmhouse design is about multipurpose furniture and this wood drum table can also act as a stool when an extra guest stops by.
As part of a neutral coffee table styling, a clear quartz crystal candle holder will add subtle glamor, visual interest and texture while keeping within a limited color palette. Architectural plants like this faux aloe add modern minimalism to your farmhouse living room decor with ZERO maintenance.
I couldn’t stop rubbing my hands across this 26″ oversize Euro sherpa pillow at Target. These multi-functional macrame poufs come in a variety of colors and weave patterns to suit your farmhouse decor.
Toss your feet up at the end of a long day, or offer it as an extra seat to a friend. An 8’x11′ area rug would cover an entire apartment living room floor and at under $130, it’s an absolute STEAL!
I love the abstract neutral colors so much, I may get one and tuck it away for a future living room decor spruce-up. Do you think you’ll give the modern farmhouse design style a try in your living room?