Get inspired to add some DIY Farmhouse Decor to your home while keeping your budget in line, too!
Do you love the farmhouse style as much as we do? The style is a beautiful blend of simplicity, rustic, and elegance, so it's no wonder it's so popular.
Instead of spending a fortune on farmhouse decor at your local home goods store, try making some things yourself.
Of course you might also get lucky at garage sales, your local flea market, or thrift store, but we'll show you some ways to fake the farmhouse look for less!
We've compiled a list of beautiful DIY Farmhouse Decor tutorials ranging from easy to a bit more advanced. All are totally doable, though, if you just put in the time and elbow grease.
From simple chalk-painted mason jars to farmhouse signs and furniture, you'll find at least one project that'll inspire you to make your home a little more beautiful.
Gorgeous DIY Farmhouse Decor
You're going to love all these gorgeous and easy farmhouse decor DIY ideas with loads of farmhouse charm for your living room, kitchen - and, well, your entire house!
Farmhouse Wood Bead Wreath from Juggling Act Mama: Wooden beads are a big trend for farmhouse and cottage decor. This simple but elegant wreath is perfect for welcoming guests to your home. The best part is that you can make it for just a few dollars!
Chalk Paint Mason Jars from Juggling Act Mama: Is there anything you can't do with a Mason jar? They're so versatile! Learn how to make your own chalk-painted Mason jars to fill with flowers, pencils, straws, or anything else that strikes your fancy. It's rustic farmhouse decor at it's best!
Scrap Wood Photo Blocks from Juggling Act Mama: This inexpensive project is a fun way to show off your favorite photos. They are so easy! All you need is scrap wood, scrapbook paper, and a few other items to pull these simple pieces together. The best part is that you can show off your photos on rotation. It's super easy to change them out using the clips.
Decorative Wooden Houses from Juggling Act Mama: Little wooden houses are popping up everywhere, and it's so easy to turn them into cute farmhouse-style decor. I spelled out the word "love" with mine, but joy or home would be lovely choices, too. Put letters on the back of the houses to give you two decorating options.
Stacked Books Decor from Juggling Act Mama: Make these rustic stacked "books" in no time with simple supplies. The best part is that you can customize them however you like and they fit into a small space perfectly.
DIY Wood Tiered Tray (Dollar Tree Craft) from Juggling Act Mama: By using coffee as a wood stain to give the blocks a distressed wood look, this tier tray is a beautiful way to showcase small decor pieces. Set it on the buffet in the dining room or your entry way table for that classic Fixer Upper look.
Clothespin Craft (DIY Basket) from Juggling Act Mama: Make a beautiful wooden basket out of clothespins and add a rustic look to any surface! It looks gorgeous with flowers.
Pizza Pan Wreath from Juggling Act Mama: It's hard to believe this gorgeous wreath started out as a pizza pan and a calendar, but it's true! This is an easy DIY and it comes together fast.
Mini Wooden House Decoration from Juggling Act Mama: Turn a piece of scrap wood into a sweet piece of farmhouse decor for your tiered tray.
DIY Wood Bead Garland from Juggling Act Mama: This garland could not be easier! Just a few simple craft supplies from the dollar store and in no time you have an on-trend, high-end look for pennies!
Mini DIY Dollar Tree Planter from Juggling Act Mama: These mini planters would look amazing in your kitchen. Grow your favorite herbs in your own custom containers. They are so simple and simply elegant.
These DIY Dollar Tree candle holders are the perfect shabby-chic decor for your home. They're also a great inexpensive centerpiece for parties.
More Farmhouse Style Projects
Farmhouse Kids' Table from Our Handcrafted Life: Whether you homeschool, have a crafty kid, or just need a place for the kids to do their homework, this DIY farmhouse table for kids is a great project for the home.
I feel as if this is right out of an episode of Fixer Upper - it has Joanna Gaines written all over it! It's perfectly sized and, unlike other kids' tables with wild colors and characters on them, this will blend in beautifully with your decor.
Burlap Wall Hanging from The Country Chic Cottage: This handmade burlap wall decor reads "Welcome to Our Farm," but you can make it say anything you like. The farm printable is the easy way to get the letters just right; all you have to do is place it beneath your burlap and trace the letters. You can make this sign in just an hour or two and enjoy it for years.
Simple Farmhouse Kitchen Planter from Recreated Designs: Small galvanized buckets and reclaimed wood come together to make a simple but stunning planter. The reclaimed wood is a nice, rustic backdrop for the galvanized pails. Plant succulents or artificial plants in the buckets to add a little greenery to your home.
Pumpkin Bucket from A Night Owl: File this DIY project away for fall. You don't want to miss this rustic pumpkin bucket! It pairs beautifully with white pumpkins and fall florals. You could use this same technique to make a farmhouse-style Christmas tree bucket for the holidays, too.
Easy Farmhouse Candle Holder from Single Girl's DIY: Do you have an old Jenga game that's missing a few blocks? Or perhaps you just don't play the game anymore. Either way, you can paint and use those pieces to make white farmhouse-style candle holders perfectly suited for the dollar store cylinder vases. If you don't have an old Jenga set, pick up a set of the Dollar Tree Tumbling Towers blocks for just a buck to use on this craft.
Wagon Wheel Farmhouse Style Wreath from Lydi Out Loud: Spruce up your home this spring with a cheerful wagon wheel wreath. Decorate it with peach ranunculus and eucalyptus or any other colorful blossoms and greenery that make you smile.
Farmhouse Crate Centerpiece from Making Manzanita: Turn a wooden crate into a beautiful centerpiece for your home. You'll need a wooden crate (new or old is fine), sticker letters, and chalk paint to complete the finished look. Chalk-painted Mason jars (see my link above) will look gorgeous sitting in the crate. It's simply gorgeous.
Farmhouse Pillow by The Country Chic Cottage: Nothing says farm life quite like cows! This simple handmade cow pillow will look great on your porch or in your home. Since it's made with white canvas, it should be nice and durable even if used outdoors.
DIY Farmhouse Chalkboard Sign from Domestically Creative: Learn how to make your own chalkboard signs that say whatever you want! Use stencils for the lettering or freehand it if you're good with hand-lettering. Not only will the signs look amazing in your own home, but they make great DIY gifts, too.
Farmhouse Style Cheap Curtains from Must Have Mom: Want to spruce up your home with some new curtains without spending a ton of money on window treatments? You have to see this tutorial! There's no sewing involved—all you need are some drapery rings, $5 twin sheets for each curtain panel, and a curtain rod.
Farmhouse Desk from Handmade Haven: Carry the farmhouse feel into your office with a simple and beautiful farmhouse desk. The design plans, step-by-step instructions, and photos show you just how to pull off this look for your own home office.
Pin this list of DIY farmhouse decor to inspire you in your future home projects!
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