Farmhouse Bedding on a Budget

Farmhouse style has infiltrated almost every aspect of home decor in the past few years, including the bedroom. Here are a few of our favorite farmhouse bedding options under $100!  This post contains affiliate links. By making a purchase I will receive a small commission at no additional charge to you. Thank you for your support! Duvet Covers & Bedspreads Farmhouse style bedding is typically found in neutral shades, however I believe you can throw some color in there once in a while too! Most of these examples are duvet covers. I love my duvet and have had it for years! They allow for easy storage of multiple covers that take up minimal space, and I can justify changing out my bedding more often. There are 1 or 2 bedspreads thrown in the mix, just incase the duvet is not your thing. 1. Merryfeel Seersucker 100% Cotton Duvet Cover Set.  BUY NOW! 2. Rural Dandelion 100% Cotton Duvet Cover.  BUY NOW! 3. Softta 100% Cotton Duvet Cover Set.  BUY NOW! 4. Pure Era Jersey Knit Duvet Cover.  BUY NOW! 5. Lausonhouse 100% Linen Duvet Cover Set.  BUY NOW! 6. Laurel Foundry Savin Quilt Set.  BUY NOW! 7. Merryfeel 100% Cotton Duvet Cover Set.  BUY NOW! 8. Softta 100% Cotton Duvet Cover Set.  BUY NOW! 9. Susybao 100% Natural Cotton Duvet Cover.  BUY NOW! 10. Lausonhouse 100% Cotton Duvet Cover Set.  BUY NOW!   Throw Pillows & Blankets Throw pillow and blankets can make your room so cozy. Farmhouse style definitely supports going all out with the bedroom accessories. This is…
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Master Bedroom Decor

    I am once again switching gears and starting another decorating project. I seem to find inspiration here and there and can’t wait to put it all together. There is always more to do, but sometimes starting a new project is such fun. I came across a clearance piece of stick on wall decor at Target. It had to come home with me. I like how the gold branches work with Venus and my grandmother’s Japanese tea box. This room is small and dark for a master bedroom. It was previously a nasty pea green color, I recently painted it Silent White by Clark and Kennsington. I find the white very soothing. There is only one natural window and the room has no trim or special features. It is so small I feel claustrophobic at times, there is barely enough room for two dressers and a queen size bed. Somehow the thought of putting pictures on the wall is depressing to me. I much prefer the idea of clean walls, with few distractions. I guess I think it makes the space larger. I am not sure if this is true or not. I found this pretty piece of embroidered organza in the clearance department at JoAnn Fabrics. I decided it would be a subtle way to decorate an all white wall. I hemmed the edges and hung it on a dowel above the bed with a couple of tassels on each side to finish it off. I still think it needs something more, but I haven’t decided what that…
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