Shop My Favorite Farmhouse Supplies

There are a lot of things I’ve bought that I’ve had buyer’s remorse over later, but today I thought I’d share some of my favorite purchases that I don’t regret.  None of them are fancy, big ticket items, and I use all of them in my farmhouse style decorating in one way or another, and I’ll explain how I use, and why I love each one.

I’ve included links so you can shop for the ones you like as well.  Some are affiliate links, which don’t increase your price, but I am convinced you’ll love them as much as I do.

Shop for supplies and products to give your home farmhouse style! -


You may wonder why I’d include plain white flour sack towels, but I seriously use these every single day – and not just for drying dishes.

The are simplicity perfected, and I love to display them … everywhere!   You can see just a few ways I’ve used them here, here, and here.

cotton flour sack towels for farmhouse decor

Chalky Paint Powder

I constantly check the “oops” section at the paint counters in home improvement stores.  It’s the section where paint has been discounted a lot because it was’t the color a customer wanted.

I prefer chalk paint to any other kind, so when I’m ready to use one of the discounted paints, I add chalky paint powder to it, and it turns the paint into chalk style paint. It is much less expensive than buying chalk paint, and I can custom mix my own colors.  I go through tons of this stuff!

It’s available in 2 oz. to 80 oz. sizes, so you can get as much or little as you need.

chalky paint powder

Fiddes & Sons Furniture Wax

I finish all my paint projects with wax, and Fiddes and Sons is my favorite.  It goes on like butter, and buffs to a beautiful matte finish.  I use the clear wax, but it comes in other colors too.

fiddes and sons clear furniture wax

Mason Jar Wire Handles

I have so many mason jars, but a limited amount of places to put them, so I’ve started adding wire handles to some and hanging them, as seen here.

mason jar wire handles hangers

Dried Lavender Bundles

Dried lavender bundles are a treat for me.  They smell great and look so pretty.  You can see how I’ve displayed them here and here.

dried lavender bunches

Natural Cotton Twill Tape

I buy natural twill tape by the spool, because I use it so much, as seen here and here.

natural cotton twill tape (1)

Well, that’s a wrap for my farmhouse favorite supplies.  Let me know if you shop for some of them and tell me how you use them!

I’ll be back on Sunday with a repurpose of something really old.  Hope to see you then! 🙂

Vaya con Dios,


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  1. Great ideas… think I may need those Mason jar holders myself!

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