Do you love the farmhouse style and doing easy DIY projects? This post is for you! I’ve rounded up some of my most popular and favorite farmhouse style easy DIY projects to keep you busy!
You guys are MY PEOPLE! You love the farmhouse style and you love really easy DIY projects. There’s nothing better than carving out a couple hours on a Saturday of “me time” and tackling some fun craft projects. These little things really are what a house feel like a “home” to me. The personal touches and things that I’ve made.
Even if you’ve followed me a while, chances are you haven’t seen all of the many projects I’ve blogged about over the years. These are some of my most popular and favorite farmhouse style projects. I rounded them all up so they are in one place and you can easily click around to see the full tutorials.
Are you ready to see these easy DIY projects?
There are so many ways to use mason jars for home decor. This tutorial shows you how to paint mason jars with acrylic craft paint. Once you’re done you’ll have adorable colorful mason jars to decorate your home.
Then make a fun farmhouse centerpiece to hold the mason jars
This simple DIY has so much farmhouse style. This post shows you how you can create your own Farmer’s Market farmhouse crate centerpiece with painted mason jars and white hydrangeas, which is perfect for Spring home decor.
I love cotton stems with farmhouse style, but they can be kind of spendy. These DIY farmhouse cottons stems can be made for less than $2.
Build a three tier stand
This DIY farmhouse three tier stand was so easy to make! I love the extra bathroom countertop storage the tray adds. Not to mention, it’s a super cute place to decorate now!
Make a farmhouse wreath
Everyone needs a little touch of greenery in their farmhouse style home! This easy DIY farmhouse wreath is so simple to create to decorate in the farmhouse style.
Paint a chippy paint sign
In this post I show you how to create white chippy paint sign for a farmhouse bathroom. It really could go anywhere in your house, but ours says Rub A Dub Dub! This sign fits right in with farmhouse decor.
Give a vintage bread box a chalk paint makeover
I loved my little vintage bread box that I found at the thrift store, but it needed some more farmhouse charm. I gave my vintage bread box a chalk paint makeover. Oh, the power of paint!
Turn a barstool into a narrow bedside table
See how to transform $5 bar stools from the thrift store into tall nightstands. Upcyling a bar stool into a narrow bedside table is so easy to create with a little chalk paint and wood for shelving.
Make a DIY farmhouse sign
Calling all Fixer Upper fans, you’re going to love this DIY farmhouse sign made with pallet wood and a repurposed lug wrench.
Or make a farmhouse sign with shiplap
This DIY farmhouse sign with shiplap turned out so cute! This simple tutorial breaks down how you can make your own trendy farmhouse sign and stencil on any quote you want.
Give your vanity light a farmhouse makeover
You don’t need a new vanity light! Here’s how to give your builder grade vanity light farmhouse style for less than $20! All you need is some spray paint and new light bulbs.
I took these wooden bar stools out of the 90’s and into a fresh farmhouse style with chalk paint! This tutorial walks you through how to chalk paint bar stools.
Add a vintage medicine cabinet in your bathroom
If you’re needing to add some instant charm when decorating your bathroom, consider adding a vintage medicine cabinet for farmhouse bathroom charm.
Here’s some of my favorite other farmhouse style bloggers easy DIY projects too:
- Who knew it could be so easy to build your own DIY farmhouse style bench?! Love this tutorial from Kristi at Making It In The Mountains!
- You won’t believe what Sarah from Making Joy and Pretty Things did with this thrifted tray to give it a fun farmhouse makeover.
- I’m obsessed with all things white chippy paint and corbels, so it is no wonder that I love this DIY corbel entryway table from Liz at Liz Marie Blog. It is super easy to make yourself.
- This is one of my favorite ways to cover your TV! This DIY television cover from Sarah at Sarah Joy Blog adds so much character to the room, don’t you think?
See? Things don’t have to be super complicated. Most of these easy DIY projects with farmhouse style can be completed in just a couple hours or less. That’s one naptime (if you’re lucky)! Have some fun and try one of these the next time you have some downtime on the weekend!
Which of these easy DIY projects is your favorite??
Let me know in the comments below!