display and then just transfer to your wood, which is actually a lot easier than it sounds. Add some old looking hinges and you’ve got a great lid that looks like it came straight from the old general store.Instructions: knickoftime
13. DIY Farmhouse Kitchen Table
Okay, so this project will take you a bit more time, but having this amazing farmhouse kitchen table will be well worth it. You can build this table for less than $100, which is a steal considering how much farmhouse tables, or any kitchen table for that matter, cost. This wood look is gorgeous, although I would prefer to paint the legs white and then distress them, but that’s all up to you.Instructions: artisbeauty
DIY Primitive Farmhouse Cabinet
This primitive farmhouse wall cabinet is absolutely perfect! It’s made from an old wooden crate, which you can pick up at most flea markets or thrift stores for under $5. You’ll also need some chicken wire, which gives it that great farmhouse look. This would be perfect in the kitchen or bathroom and it’s a relatively easy project. Chicken wire can be found at the home improvement stores.
DIY Pallet Art
So if you’re looking for a rustic country look, pallets are the best way to go. You really can do a lot with them, like these great pallet signs. Just use stencils to create whatever message you want. I love these for dressing up the front porch, maybe with a distress white rocking chair or a porch swing?Instructions: designdininganddiapers
DIY Mason Jar Wall Lanterns
Mason jars are another thing that you’ll always find in an authentic farmhouse. These DIY mason jar wall lanterns will definitely give you the décor that you want and they’re really easy to make. They’re also gorgeous! You’ll take the mason jars and affix them to wooden sconces, which you can also fashion yourself. Add pebble stones and some tealight or votive candles and you’re ready to go.
Staircase Gallery Wall
If you have a staircase, this gallery wall will instantly transform it into authentic farmhouse style. It’s similar to the entryway display that we touched on before, but customized for your staircase. I love the table legs used as décor. They add such a unique and interesting touch to the whole display.
DIY Apple Wreath
I love the simplicity of this DIY apple wreath and it really does bring the country indoors, doesn’t it? Plastic apples of all sizes combine with a burlap ribbon and a rustic wood frame to create this wreath display. This is great for any time of the year or you could even add some seasonal touches to make it match up for any holiday. The backboard of the frame is a chalkboard, too, or just create the wreath and hang it on the door.
DIY Grain Sack Pillow
Add some DIY farmhouse charm to any room with this great grain sack pillow. You’ll need the material which you can pick up at most hobby or craft stores and then you create your message with stencils. You can never have too many pillows and this one is just perfect to give any space a relaxing and comfortable farmhouse feel.
DIY Birchwood Candle Holders
These Birchwood candle holders look a lot like something that you would spend a small fortune on at Pottery Barn or Anthropologie, but you can make them yourself and save that small fortune for another time. These would make great gifts for any special occasion and they’re super easy to make. You’ll need to drill and cut to create the holes for your tealights, and you can make as few or as many as you need.
DIY Rustic Ladder
This is a favorite seen everywhere online..This rustic ladder makes a great side table for the bedroom and definitely has that old time country look to it. You can easily make it from things that you may have laying around the house. I just adore the faucet on top and the twine. It all looks so farmhouse-esque and it’s the perfect project if you want to really make a statement with your décor.
Weathered Mason Jar Décor
And again, mason jars simply scream farmhouse décor. This weathered looking mason jar centerpiece is really beautiful and has that great rustic country look. You’ll need wood pieces to build the box and then just paint it white and distress it with some sand paper. Add your mason jars for vases and you’re all set to dress up that new farmhouse table with a matching centerpiece.
DIY Wood Pallet Spool Clock
Really put those old pallets to good use with this great spool clock, which has a definite old country feel. You can paint the numbers on with stencils or if you really wanted, you could add a clock kit and making it a working piece of art. This is definitely going to be a conversation starter and absolutely one of my favorite projects in this collection.Instructions: lizmarieblog
DIY Plank Wall
You can also check online at Amazon…they have wall paper wood plank look, even in colors.
Paint Stick Basket
Paint sticks are really inexpensive and who knew that they were also so versatile? You can even pick them up for free at your home improvement stores.You can use those paint sticks to create this stunning centerpiece that will look perfect in the middle of your newly made farmhouse table. Just nail the sticks together until you have a basket and add your favorite flowers or candles.
Rope Wrapped Lamp
I love the look of this lamp wrapped in rope. This could be for a coastal decor also easily.It’s an easy project and completely changes the look of the entire space that it’s on. This has a nautical look to it if you prefer a beach approach to your décor, but the rope also gives it a great farmhouse appeal, especially if you want to redo your lampshade with burlap. This is a great lamp for the living room or the bedroom.Instructions: amyallender
Starburst Wood Mirror
This starburst mirror is made of driftwood, but I’m thinking you could use whatever you may have around the house to create it as well. The wood look is great for farmhouse decorating and it’s actually a lot easier to make than it looks. It takes a bit of cutting for this one but you’ll agree that it’s well worth the extra effort. I think this would also work as a clock.Instructions: sustainmycrafthabit
Wooden Necklace Holder
DIY Barn Door
This is a great look for the master bedroom. The distressed door slides to close, which is unique on its own. It gives the room a barn door look and feel and it’s pretty easy to accomplish. You’ll need a door of course, and one that fits the opening to your bedroom. Distressing the door will be the easy part and then you’ll need to hang it. Overall, this is the perfect way to bring a bit of farmhouse into your home.
DIY Twine Pears
These twine pears are made from light bulbs. If your house is like mine, you tend to go through quite a few light bulbs in a month. Instead of throwing them out, use them to create these lovely pears which will also bring a bit of country into your home. Just wrap the twine around the bulbs. They’re the perfect shape for creating pears and they’re definitely going to be your favorite décor.Instructions: sweetsociety
Farmhouse Entertainment Center
Sliding barn doors make this the perfect entertainment center for your farmhouse décor. This one is obviously a bit more complicated than some of the projects on the list, but so definitely worth the extra time and effort. The doors slide closed to hide the television and entertainment equipment until you need them. This is definitely one of the most beautiful pieces of farmhouse furniture I’ve seen.Instructions: ana-white
Put your creativity to work with this great farmhouse desk that you can easily DIY. Whether you spend hours at the computer writing or you just want something with that great country feel when you sit there to browse the internet, this DIY farmhouse desk is the perfect addition to your bedroom, living room, or office. It’s pretty easy to make, too.Instructions: shanty-2-chic
Rustic Farmhouse Coffee Tray
Whether you use this solely for decoration or you want to serve guests their coffee or tea, you have to admit that adding this beautiful farmhouse coffee tray to your home is appealing. You use an old cutting board, or a new one that you stain and distress if you need to, and just add rustic looking handles. There are many ways that you can do this coffee tray and all of them are perfect for adding a little country to your home.Instructions: sadieseasongoods
44. DIY Pottery Barn Inspired Farmhouse Bed
DIY Farmhouse Bar Stools
If you have a bar in the kitchen or dining room, these bar stools are a great way to country up your décor. They can be built for under $100, which is much less than you would pay for them at a home décor store, and the plans are really easy. These would be great to go along with your DIY farmhouse table.Instructions: mycreativedays
47. Farmhouse Console Table
So, I love console tables either behind the couch or just sitting near the entry door. I also love this farmhouse style table and how easy it is to create. Remember the thing about farmhouse furniture is simplicity and natural materials. Use that leftover wood from other projects to build this gorgeous table which features that great barn door look on the sides.Instructions: remodelaholic
DIY Country Kitchen Island
Farmhouses tend to have big kitchens, which every woman dreams about, right? If you have the space, this country kitchen island is the perfect addition to your kitchen and will instantly give it farmhouse charm. I love the additional space under the counter and those wicker baskets really just add to the whole farmhouse look. Plus, you can build this for just a fraction of what it would take to buy it.Instructions: ninahendrick
Painted Mason Jars
These painted mason jars offer the perfect touch of rustic country to your décor. You can easily spray paint or brush paint jars to give them a unique look and then just distress them just a bit with sandpaper to make them a bit more rustic. They’re great on their own or paired with others like them to create a stunning farmhouse styled centerpiece.Instructions: itallstartedwithpaint
Reclaimedent Hood Wood Vent
There are so many great projects in here that will help you to turn your kitchen into a farmhouse dream. This reclaimed wood vent hood is definitely one of them. I love how rustic it turns the kitchen and it’s a really easy, not to mention inexpensive, project. The barn wood look definitely screams farmhouse, and I love how it transforms the entire kitchen instantly.Instructions: bucketsofburlap.
Farmhouse Table Runner
What could possible make your dining room table look more like a farmhouse table than a beautiful burlap table runner? You can make this so easily and either leave it plain or use stencils or freehand to dress it up like an old feed sack or something similar. I love the look of burlap and how it instantly turns any room into a rustic country room. This is one of the easiest and quickest ways to bring a little farmhouse style into your house.Instructions: farmhouse40
Antique Sewing Drawer Seed Box
Pallet Farmhouse Table
Here’s another take on the popular farmhouse table. If you have a few old pallets outside that you’ve been saving for a special project…this is it! You can use those pallets to create this stunning table and it won’t take you nearly as long to build it as you think. This is a beauty and I love the dark legs that contrast with the lighter top. Alternatively, you could stain the pallets dark and use lighter or white legs.Instructions: thehousemadehome
Farmhouse Distressed Chairs
If you want chairs to match that great new farmhouse table, you can just redo what you have and save money. You could easily recreate the look. Just paint the chairs white, or whatever color you need, and then use sand paper to give them a great distressed look. You can also paint the seat white and leave the legs natural or vice-versa to create a good look as well.
Plug In Sconce From Pendant Lights
These plug in sconces are great, and they have that farmhouse look due to the chicken wire. I love the look of these for the porch, or even for the entryway if you really want to bring that farmhouse look home. This can be a repurposing project if you have some of the supplies on hand or if you need to buy them all, it’s honestly not an expensive sconce to make.
Farmhouse Rustic Wood Frame
I love this framed chalkboard look for the kitchen. You can use it for messages or really dress it up with any number of things that add to your farmhouse charm. It’s a really easy project, too and one that won’t take much more than an hour to complete.Instructions: knickoftime
Farmhouse Message Board
This DIY farmhouse message board is the perfect addition to your kitchen. Plus, it’s really easy to make. Made from pallet wood and chicken wire, it’s sure to add a bit of farmhouse country chic to your home. You can add whatever clips you want, although I think clothespins would be the perfect choice. This is a really cheap and easy project that you can finish in just a couple of hours.
Hope some of these projects inspired you!