If you love décor that feels organic, close to nature and holds a few imperfections here and there which make it even more gorgeous, then farmhouse DIYs are for you! Everything from reclaimed wood and chicken wire to old furniture and discarded items can be turned into farmhouse style home décor. You can see the beauty of the milk can with distressed white finish acting as the base here while the wooden table top feels much more modern and polished. If you are really into the mood to take up a more expansive farmhouse-themed DIY, then creating your own dining table in the style is a great starting point.
It will take more than a weekend or two, but the final result is a stoic décor piece that will remain the central focal point of the dining space for years to come! From the dining room, we move to the entry and here we have the old and upcycled DIY windmill décor addition that welcomes guests with a rustic twist!
These space-savvy hanging shelves look as good in the tiny entry, mudroom and living room as they do in the dining space or even the bedroom. Yup, these smart savers can be made at home within no time and they do also add a touch of coastal chic appeal thanks to the use of rope. If you are looking for decorative pieces with farmhouse flair for the living room, then it is hard to find ideas more gorgeous than the wooden frame wall art DIY below.
The industrial / farmhouse style towel rack made of a pipe and wooden block fits in pretty much anywhere; from the bedroom and kitchen to dining space and bathroom.
Every kitchen needs a plethora of storage options and the vegetable and potato cabinet made from wood and metal mesh is a staple that will serve you well for a very long time. You can explore even more storage options and go down the route of creating a beautiful and slim farmhouse-themed display in the kitchen with sleek floating wooden shelves.
These simple ideas could easily spur you to turn something entirely unexpected into kitchen décor piece with farmhouse tinge to it. Bedside farmhouse sconce lights add this warm, cozy touch perfectly and they can be crafted on budget with ease.
Couple them with Mason jar vanity lights and you have a bathroom that feels organic, elegant and has ample textural contrast.
Just place it next to the bed in the corner and you will have ample room to put everything from your favorite books and smartphone to other essential accessories.
Finally you have the antique headboard made out of window frames; something that feels casual, striking and yet can fit into a versatile number of bedroom styles.