9 Fantastic Folkloric Finds: Adding Folk Art to Your Space

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

Get inspired with these folk art finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

In case you are wondering just what we mean, today’s folkloric decor and design is inspired by primitive art styles of Scandinavia, Mexico, Peru, and other countries and cultures of the world. It’s an appreciation for the timeless and simple aesthetics of primitive folk art. And primitive is not intended as a pejorative, but instead denotes the difference between the arts and crafts. Primitive folk art by definition is the culture of the peoples of a region.

So, if you like the homey style of primitive folk art, here are some fabulous folkloric finds you can add to your own home.

Folk Art Finds for Your Home

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

1. Folkloric Forest Wallpaper from Anthropologie

We love this Hygge & West wallpaper that depicts the flora and fauna of the forest. It’s available in three different colorways–red, neutral, or turquoise. Go big and cover your walls in folkloric splendor.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.
2. Awesome Project Ceramics

Add a touch of Romanian folklore to your tabletop with these stunning porcelain pieces from artist Madalina Andronic. All the pieces are designed and hand-decorated individually, using porcelain and love.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

3. Enameled Coffee/Tea Set from Wild & Wolf

Add this wonderful enamelware from Wild & Wolf to your collection featuring wonderfully illustrated woodland creatures peeking through an enchanted woodland. What a perfect addition for your next brunch.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

4. Locust Wall Hanging from Urban Outfitters

Add some simple folk art inspiration with this soft cotton tapestry that could work as a wall hanging or bed or sofa covering.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

5. Scandinavian Folk Art Bird Print from Illustrationpop

The easiest way to add folk art style to your home is with the addition of art prints like this Scandinavian bird print.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

6. Sagaform Story Tea Towel from Huset

Incorporate the folk art style to your kitchen with this black and white tea towel inspired by the world of the Norse sagas.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

7. Woolen Blanket from Koromiko

Add some primitive folk art warmth with this handwoven blanket made from natural wool in soft cream with black embroidery. It’s hand-loomed in Central Mexico using the highest quality wool from sheep herded in the mountains. It’s then embroidered with simple folk art designs.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.

8. Wooden Dala Horse from Swedishdalahorse

Add hand carved and hand painted Swedish Dala horses to your home for that Swedish folkloric touch. The are made with sustainable wood and hand painted with eco-friendly paints.

Get inspired by these folk art inspired finds to create a magical folkloric hideaway.
9. Bear Pillow from Frydendahl

Cover your throw pillows with these Scandinavian-inspired screen printed bear pillow covers to add some folkloric style to your couch.

Related on EcoSalon

Adding Folkloric Flourishes to Your Home Decor

C’est La Vie! Fall in Love with Parisian Style for Your Home

11 Boho Chic Ideas for A Home Off the Beaten Path

Image: Breakfast Modern Table via Shutterstock

Jen Wallace

Jen Wallace shares her indie life at Indie Fixx where she writes about making, creating, cooking, learning, playing, loving, and pretty much anything else that strikes her fancy. She’s also a freelance writer who writes about everything from indie biz tips to the modern history of the American hemline.