Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration

Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Decor

Hello again! Dawn here, from AD Aesthetic, and I’m back with another mood board for your decoration inspiration. As usual, you can see all my Remodelaholic posts, including moodboards, photoshop mockups, and printable graphics, by clicking here.

With the holiday season upon us, I naturally wanted to create a holiday decor mood board this month. I chose to run with a neutral-toned farmhouse holiday theme, and it was really fun to put together. Before we get to my moodboard though, just check out all the amazing inspiration photos I found while browsing around the web:

Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration

Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration
Image Source: Buckets of Burlap |  Photo Credit: Becky Cunningham
Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration
Image Source: Love Grows Wild  | Photo Credit: Liz Fourez
Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration
Image Source: Home Stories A to Z | Photo Credit: Beth Hunter
Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration
Image Source: Back Road Sign Co.  | Photo Credit: Laney Johnson
Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration
Image Source: Dreamy Whites Lifestyle 
Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Inspiration
Image Source: Rooms for Rent Blog | Photo Credit: Bre Doucette

All that festive decor got me in the spirit for sure, and I was excited to collect a farmhouse holiday look of my own. Here’s what I came up with:

Farmhouse Holiday Decor @Remodelaholic

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Cow Print

Winter Road Print

Shelf with Hooks

Deer Pillow


Small Tree


Merry & Bright Sign


Wood Side Table

Gold Bells

Noel Sign


Buffalo Check Pillows

Chalkboard Crate

Stag Head


Neutral Farmhouse Holiday Decor Tips

Here are my tips for creating this look in your own space:

Mix Neutrals: Sometimes people shy away from mixing neutrals, the thought being that brown and black can’t go together. When you’re going for a collected rustic look though, mix away! Throwing in some black accents along with your rich wood tones and creams gives the design depth and visual interest. And don’t forget that metallics are neutral too!

Keep it Casual: The fun thing about farmhouse style is how casual and effortless it looks. It has that homey, cozy feeling to it, which means not everything has to be perfect. In fact, it shouldn’t be! A rustic side table or a tree that isn’t perfectly plump actually enhances the warmth of the space and makes it feel welcoming.

Textures are a Must: Just like mixing neutral colors, mixing textures is a must with farmhouse style. Rough woods mixed with soft cozy fabrics, plush pillows, organic pine needles, and cool metallic accents all blend together to create an atmosphere that feels collected over time and not too rigid or planned.

So there you have it. Are you going for a farmhouse holiday this year?

As always, thank you to Cassity and the Remodelaholic team for having me back each month, and I want to wish all of you a very merry holiday season and all the best in the new year! I’d love for you to visit me over on my site,, or follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram for more updates and inspiration. Have a great day, friends!


More farmhouse holiday inspiration:

rustic farmhouse holiday home tour

Tour This Rustic Farmhouse, All Decorated For Christmas, In This Holiday Home Tour From We Lived Happily Ever After On @Remodelaholic

Pottery Barn style table setting (on a dollar store budget!)

easy painted sign and wreath

ways to add holiday decor to any room in the house

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Dawn is one half of the team behind the creative blog, AD Aesthetic. By day she works as the VP of Creative for a design and marketing company (getting paid to make things look good!), while by night she renovates her Midwest home, refinishes thrift-store furniture for fun, and works with her husband on raising two tiny humans. Dawn believes in the potential to design your surroundings and your life one day at a time, and lives by the motto, 'Make everything beautiful.' Get to know her better by visiting her blog,, or following along on Facebook and Instagram.

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