Do you love upcycled farmhouse decor? This post is for you! It’s filled with so many upcycled farmhouse decor ideas you will love!
Cindy from Reinvented Delaware (that’s me!)
This project is not only gorgeous and easy to make, but it’s also so practical! I mean, who doesn’t need additional lighting in their home?? This upcycled farmhouse decor idea will help you add light to any room in your home!
Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse
Rachel is the queen of upcycling and seeing things with a fresh eye. You will not believe what she used to create this gorgeous apothecary cabinet for her greenhouse!
This blog oozes creativity at its finest! Seriously friends, upcycled farmhouse decor ideas galore! You’ll want to follow along!
Be sure to read the full post HERE!
Jenn from Down Shiloh Road
Doesn’t this kitchen look like it belongs in an old farmhouse? The sink, the gorgeous turned legs, the sink skirt – really it’s like something from my dreams!
Jenn came up with a creative and fairly inexpensive way to remodel her kitchen to create this look from days gone by.
She shares step by step how to create this look for your home and has lots of images to show you just how easy it is! See the full tutorial HERE!
Michelle from Thistle Key Lane
Have you tried to upcycle thrift store containers into a look that will go with today’s style for design? Michelle decided to upcycle a couple of pieces for her home and she shows you how!
With just a few supplies and a little bit of time, you can have gorgeous upcycled vases for your home. You won’t believe what the round vase looked like when she brought it home!
Click HERE and Michelle will show you how!
Niky from The House on Silverado
Niky is so skilled at turning everyday decor items she finds at the thrift store and turning them into something new for her home.
And she uses her Cricut to do it! Is this a reason for me to buy a Cricut?? Maybe! Be sure to hop over to watch Niky transform a thrift store find into this adorable farmhouse market sign!
Click HERE for the steps!
Lora from Create and Ponder
Doesn’t this project look fun to make? It completely caught my eye because of all the bits and pieces Lora used to create this repurposed vintage printer’s box display.
After reading her post, you will want to start a collection of all the vintage goodies you see in this piece.
See how she made this by clicking HERE.
Wendy from WM Designs
Anyone for dining al fresco? Hubby and I love to eat our meals outdoors as weather permits. Wendy shares a great way to light up those dinners!
She uses a surprising element for the shades that I think you will love! And she changes them out seasonally!
Click HERE for her easy tutorial!
Michele from Vintage Home Designs
Michele has a timeless look to her home and she carries that into the projects she shares.
Like this adorable piano stool. It’s been in her family for years and she wanted to keep it. With simple supplies, she breathed new life into it.
You can find these at vintage shops all across the nation and Michele will show you how to give it a makeover by clicking HERE.
Regina from Saved from Salvage
You might have a sewing machine cabinet stuck back somewhere in your home and if you do, then you will want to read this tutorial!
Regina took this piece and completely transformed it into something useful for her home all the while keeping a family heirloom
That’s pretty amazing! See the transformation HERE.
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