Here’s a round-up of some of the latest and greatest farmhouse decorating tips and ideas!
This is a great way to DIY your own farmhouse style bench. Liz gives you detailed instructions on how to build your own farmhouse bench. She says it’s basically a mini version of the DIY farmhouse table. The bench looks so great and would add farmhouse character to any room. It would also look great painted and distressed!
Here are some great tips on how to distress painted furniture properly. Distressing painted furniture, frames, wood boxes and any other types of wood accent pieces in a room is a great way to add the farmhouse touch to any room!
This is a gorgeous farmhouse style kitchen remodel. This post has so many great decorating ideas to help you think of ways to add farmhouse elements to your kitchen area. She has many of the elements of great farmhouse kitchen design, open shelving, wood furniture, accent pieces, rustic window panes, natural wood flooring and more. Take a look!
This is an entryway that was redone with lots of farmhouse decor elements. A rustic wood window pane against the wall, white ceramic pouring jars, natural fabrics, a painted wood table that has been distressed. SO charming!
Here are some great farmhouse bathroom ideas! This farmhouse bathroom redo has lots of great ideas for adding the farmhouse style to your bathroom. Lots of great elements here like beadboard, natural wood, rustic frames, ceramic bowls & jars and sinks. Also, there a rustic light fixture here that I love! Super cute!
This is a great, useful list of things you can add to your your home to create the farmhouse look. Some of the things listed are: A farmhouse sink or an apron front sink, butcher block counter tops, beadboard, fresh flowers, beat-up wood furniture and so much more. This is definitely a post worth checkout out!
Here’s a great tutorial on how to paint mason jars. These make great accent pieces for any room and definitely add to the farmhouse feel! Such a low cost, easy way to make your own home decor accessories! All that’s needed to do these are mason jars, acrylic paint, paint brushes, nail files and a sealer and flowers.