While I love white as the wall color in my house, I think blue in all shades makes the perfect companion to white in farmhouse style, so let’s take a look at some of them that “sing the blues” beautifully!
Blue Farmhouse Style
When I think of farmhouse blues, of course one of the first things that pops into my mind are mason jars. I pick these up every chance I get a flea markets and auctions. My favorite one is large, and I added a dispenser on the lid to hold dish soap.
The next thing that comes to mind is well worn denim. This Denim Wall Pocket took about 5 minutes to make (it’s no-sew!) and looks so charming with a mason jar inside to hold flowers.
One of my son’s names is Levi, so my mom used a bunch of old pairs of jeans to make him a Denim Quilt. He’s lucky I haven’t swiped it from him, because I love it.
My very favorite blue is the Barn Quilt one of my son’s helped me make last summer. I’m hoping I can talk him into helping me make another one this summer with a different design on it.
I used my favorite blue grain sack stripe fabric as a tablecloth on our picnic table for my Outdoor Spaces Summer Tour.
I love these Printable Vintage Postcards. While you could print them and send them in the mail, they can also be printed and framed as a grouping for wall decor.
Last year I brought home this enamelware coffee pot. It made such a cheerful flower vase.
And look at all those pretty dish towels on the peg rack via Vibeke Design – perfectly simple!
I have 7 different Vintage Blue Labels available as printables HERE. These can be used as gift tags,or address labels, and I turned one of them into pantry labels as well (see below).
This spot in the kitchen at My Painted Garden looks so cheerful with the blue gingham curtains and chair.
I bought bag full of Blue Bird Flour last month – not because I needed flour, but because I fell in love with the image on it.
I spotted this incredibly beautiful rustic door last year when I visited Santa Fe. I would love to have a front door like that!
Here’s another beautiful blue door, via City Farmhouse.
These Printable Pantry Labels will instantly give your jars some vintage farmhouse style.
A few years ago, I made this Old-Fashioned Blue Wooden Swing for the tree in our front yard.
The Country Farm Home turned men’s shirts into farmhouse dish towels that I’m drooling over.
And nothing says, “farmhouse”, quite like this Fresh Air and Sunshine Sign by Lovely, Etc.
Are you singing the blues yet?
Vaya con Dios!
Here’s something I think you’ll love!