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12 DIY Farmhouse Decor Ideas You Need to Try

Written by Grace & Silas
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Alright, so after watching 20 episodes of Fixer Upper back to back, I’ve grown quite fond (obsessed?) with the farmhouse look. In almost every episode, they end up doing some sort of rustic farmhouse theme and it looks amazing, hence my fondness (obsession). And that’s why I’ve decided to do an awesome roundup of some of the best farmhouse DIY projects I could find on Pinterest.

So feel free to look through some of the ideas I found and head to the bottom to check out the links to the tutorials. Also, watch Fixer Upper, the two hosts are hilarious and a super cute couple (gosh I’m such a woman), and they do an awesome job on the houses… kind of addicting.

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DIY Rustic Entryway Coat Rack

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Found from Liz Marie Blog: See Source Below

I love DIY coat racks, and this one is probably one of my favorites. It’s just a cute way to accent the entrance area of your home.

Functional and Fabulous Kitchen Helpers

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Found from StoneGable Blog: See Source Below

I love storage ideas, especially cute ones. So this kitchen rack with farmhouse style jars is a definite win.

Repurposed Galvanized Side Table

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Found from Finding Home Farms: See Source Below

Now this really has the old rustic appeal. Also, it’s pretty darn easy, so I’m all for it.

DIY Mini Wooden Ladder Tutorial

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Found from Cherished Bliss: See Source Below

I love the idea of using ladders as a form of storage and decoration. It’s just a great way to keep things in place and give the room an awesome authentic look.

DIY Thrift Store Farmhouse Jars

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Found from Twelve on Main: See Source Below

Again, more awesome and cute storage. How can you go wrong with this DIY tutorial? Also, items found at the thrift store? Heck yes! On a budget for the win!

Reclaimed Wood Message

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Found from Funky Junk Interiors: See Source Below

I love cute old rustic looking signs, and this one is a great example. Also, you can put whatever word(s) you want on it, just follow the tutorial for creating the wood sign itself.

Modern Farmhouse Coat Rack

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Found from Bless’er House: See Source Below

I know it’s another coat rack, but I couldn’t help it. It’s such a good one and could go in your room, bathroom, or entryway.

DIY Farmhouse Window Decor

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Found from Silver Lining DIY: See Source Below

For those of you who love repurposing old house pieces and indoor plants, this is for you! Such a chic and cute look!

How to Get a Farmhouse Style Finish

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Found from Cherished Bliss: See Source Below

If you have a great table but it needs a new (old) finish, then this is a great tutorial that will guide you on getting a farmhouse look in your own dining room.

DIY Rustic Farmhouse Chalkboard

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Found from Wit and Wander: See Source Below

For people who need reminders or want a cute custom made welcome for guests, this is a great way to do it!

Free Farmhouse Printables

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Found from The Mountain View Cottage: See Source Below

If you’re looking for cute ways to label things in your kitchen and around your house to give it that extra farmhouse feel, then check out these free printables. It’s such an easy way to do it!

DIY Wooden Spool Console Table

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Found from Crooked Housewife: See Source Below

I’ve always loved the idea of using an old wooden spool as a table. Now that’s the farmhouse look down to its core!

DIY Farmhouse Curtain Rods

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Found from Maison de Pax: See Source Below

It’s the small things that count right? To finish off your farmhouse look, try doing these DIY farmhouse curtain rods. It’s a great way to accent your rooms.


Now whether you’re trying out a couple looks, or you want to renovate your home and do the whole farmhouse look, then I think these DIY tutorials will help you out a lot! Also, if you want someone else to do it for you, then call up Chip and Joanna from Fixer Upper; I’m sure they’d be glad to help!

If you have any farmhouse DIY ideas yourself, let me know in the comments down below! I’d love to hear about them!

Sources

DIY Rustic Entryway Coat Rack: Liz Marie Blog

Functional and Fabulous Kitchen Helpers: StoneGable Blog

Repurposed Galvanized Side Table: Finding Home Farms

DIY Mini Wooden Ladder Tutorial: Cherished Bliss

DIY Thrift Store Farmhouse Jars: Twelve on Main

Reclaimed Wood Message: Funky Junk Interiors

Modern Farmhouse Coat Rack: Bless’er House

Diy Farmhouse Window Decor: Silver Lining DIY

How to Get a Farmhouse Style Finish: Cherished Bliss

DIY Rustic Farmhouse Chalkboard: Wit and Wander

Free Farmous Printables: The Mountain View Cottage

DIY Wooden Spool Console Table: Crooked Housewife

DIY Farmhouse Curtain Rods: Maison de Pax

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