Are you as obsessed with the show Fixer Upper as we are? What I love about Joanna’s style is that it’s uncluttered, classic, and comfortable. When I see a Joanna Gaines room, my heart goes ‘ahhhhhhhhh’. Decorating is about capturing a feeling, and her modern farmhouse style says ‘welcome home.’ The best part about the Fixer Upper style is it is totally attainable on a budget, as these 25 DIY farmhouse projects prove. Go ahead and choose a few to projects to complete this weekend, I’m sure Chip and JoJo would approve!
25 ‘Fixer Upper’ Style Modern Farmhouse DIY Projects
This farmhouse bench with storage is perfect for the entryway. The galvanized bins are from Walmart, and they’re such a great touch!
Little details go a long way. This kitchen canister DIY is an easy project to add a touch of flair to your kitchen.
A “Home Sweet Farmhouse” pillow will look charming on any chair or sofa, and you can change the text to say whatever you’d like.
Old windows are definitely Joanna Gaines-ish, so these vintage-inspired window panes are a must on your farmhouse to-do list.
One thing I love about Joanna is that she pulls important memories and pieces into the spaces she decorates. That’s precisely the vibe you get with this latitude and longitude pillow commemorating the exact spot where you met your honey.
No kitchen is complete without a farmhouse table to gather around with the family.
But if you already have a table that you’d like to use, read this tutorial on how to whitewash a table to give it the farmhouse look in just 30 minutes. I’m obsessed with this look!
Put this barn wood arrow sign over your mantle. Nothing is more important than family, and that’s the statement this sign makes!
Barn wood and metal combine to make this truly gorgeous (and practical) industrial work table. I love it when rustic and metal comes together.
Build a farmhouse bench to sit outside or at your table. Personally, I love bench seating for the kids. It makes seating arrangements for family dinners so much easier.
Attaching a simple frame to a large bathroom mirror makes a huge impact– I actually plan to tackle this DIY in the near future!
Install a farmhouse style wall planter on your porch or deck to add some greenery.
Cheap cherry-stained bookcases are converted to farmhouse fab with a sliding barn door and gray stain.
This stunning super market sign would look amazing above the shelves or cabinets in your own kitchen!
Gorgeous hanging lanterns add ambiance and light to any room.
If working with metal isn’t your thing, this faux metal sign is a terrific alternative. It’ll look lovely on your mantle in the winter.
It wouldn’t be a Fixer Upper roundup without shiplap walls. I have to admit that my obsession with shiplap is growing with every episode.
Make a DIY shiplap sign to hang outside your entry. All you need is love!
Add shiplap to the wall above your fireplace to make it really stand out.
Do you have an old brass chandelier that just doesn’t fit the look of your home? Give it an antique patina look quickly with the kit and tips this crafty blogger used.
Distressed mason jars can be used for every season. Simply change out the flowers or fillers!
You’d never guess that these faux metal letters are made of paper mache and silver paint, would you?
Floating shelves add convenient storage space without exposing lots of ugly hardware.
Won’t your children look sweet in a farmhouse style picture frame with a pallet backdrop?
Learn how to distress new wood to get that Fixer Upper look. This headboard is gorgeous!
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Love this look? Here’s a few farmhouse favorites to help you add some Fixer Upper style!