What do you think of when you think about the farmers’ market? For us it brings to mind warm spring mornings, fresh fruits and vegetables and colorful flowers. The seasonal return of farmers’ markets is a sure sign that spring has arrived and we’re celebrating by taking a “farm to home” approach to our spring marketplace. Take everything you love about the market and bring it home with our farmers’ market decor!
What is Farmers’ Market Decor and Furniture?
Farmers’ market-inspired style begins with the rustic farmhouse style you know and love. But our marketplace mixes it with more greenery, galvanized metal, distressed wood signs and animal sculptures. Farmers’ market-inspired style includes some of the following elements:
- Black and white palette
- Pops of red decor
- Bright flowers and succulents in yellow, orange, red and green
- Colorful pots and planters
- Galvanized metal décor
- Rustic animal sculptures and wall art
- Distressed wood signs
Farmers’ Market-Inspired Furniture
Each farmers-market inspired room is anchored by a black and white color palette. This makes it easy to add patterned rugs, bright accent pillows, colorful planters and a plethora of plants.
Our living rooms are styled around cream and gray sofas and sectionals that are jazzed up with patterned pillows and eye-catching accent chairs. Use a bold cocktail ottoman in place of a coffee table- it adds depth and texture, especially when paired with a contrasting rug. Tie together colors and textures with occasional tables. An oversized rustic coffee table in a rich, dark finish complements the neutral palette.
Pillows, pillows everywhere! Keep with our original black and white palette and add textured pillows in contrasting patterns. Throw your style rules out the window and mix and match! buy orlistat online https://medstaff.englewoodhealth.org/wp-content/languages/new/orlistat.html no prescription
Dining rooms follow the same neutral palette. Anchor the room with a rustic dining set in distressed white or with a table with a planked top. Mix and match captains’ chairs and side chairs for an eclectic touch. Don’t forget greenery! Lush plants (even faux ones) make beautiful centerpieces and look like they came straight from the farmers’ market.
Farmers’ Market Decor & Accents
Farmers’ markets are all about fresh produce and plants- you can never have too much! The same principle applies to your spring décor. Arrange daisies, tulips, gardenias and other spring flowers in vases, pots or colorful planters. The marketplace is full of metal planters that are just plain fun- think bright red bicycles with baskets that can hold your plants, cute wagons finished in white and plenty of pots to choose from. buy pepcid online https://medstaff.englewoodhealth.org/wp-content/languages/new/pepcid.html no prescription
Bring your garden indoors with sprays of bright red, green, yellow and orange flowers. Arrange them around accent chairs and seating areas around your house so it seems like you’re relaxing in a lush garden every time you take a seat.
Wooden signs are an easy and super stylish way to add rustic flair to your home. The signs in our marketplace could have been brought home straight from the farmers’ market (we say go ahead and tell visitors they were). There are even painted pieces with chickens and other farm animals to add an authentic homey touch.
Galvanized metal is the perfect contrasting décor to pair with bright colors and soft textures. Our marketplace is full of windmills, wall art, animal sculptures and signs, all crafted from rustic metal. buy prednisolone online https://medstaff.englewoodhealth.org/wp-content/languages/new/prednisolone.html no prescription
Visit the HM Farmers’ Market!
Ready to shop the farmers’ market that is the HM spring marketplace? Simply stop by the store!
For more spring inspiration, head to Spring @ HM. We have tips on spring decor, Easter recipes, Easter DIYs and more!
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