This Farmhouse Kitchen Island Adds Much-Needed Versatility

This farmhouse kitchen makeover took Noting Grace over six months, costing less than $5,000. One of their best-loved features in their new farmhouse-style kitchen is the kitchen island, which was handmade using pallet wood. The island was fitted with two highly practical shelves to store saucepans, pans, woks, skillets, and any other everyday cooking accessories. The pendant lighting fitted above the farmhouse kitchen island is authentic and creates that rustic charm. Get tutorial here

Pottery Barn-Inspired DIY Farmhouse Kitchen Table

Hometalkers Diane and Dean opted to create a DIY farmhouse kitchen table for their daughter’s new home. They were inspired to create a Pottery Barn Farmhouse replica table for their daughter. The top of each piece of wood was stained before the tabletop was made. The legs of the table were made using a Kreg Jig and were connected to the tabletop using wood screws. The trim pieces were aligned to the tabletop edge and attached before sanding and painting. Get tutorial here

Farmhouse-Style Awnings Ideal for Kitchen Windows

These farmhouse-style awnings made by Perfectly DeStressed are ideal for kitchen windows. The awning hangs at the perfect angle thanks to an inexpensive shelving support bracket. A few pieces of old fence post wood were painted roughly white and cut to size for the top and bottom of the awning. The underside of the awning is covered by white vinyl soffit, ensuring a lightweight finish. Get tutorial here

Farmhouse Kitchen Décor Ideas to Create a Rustic Feel

For those with creative flair, these quick farmhouse kitchen décor fabric prints are the ideal cupboard backdrop. Hometalker Nadine Carlier cut a piece of farmhouse kitchen canvas fabric panel to fit within the shadow box before affixing it to the box using rustic chicken wire. The hooks screwed into the top of the box are ideal for hanging accessories such as wooden spoons and other kitchen utensils. Get tutorial here

Antique Stained Glass Adds Farmhouse Character

This ten-year-long kitchen restoration has been a real labor of love for Cindy. Their old kitchen was completely gutted to recreate the look and feel of a traditional farmhouse kitchen, complete with new cabinets, appliances, tin ceiling, and countertops. Cindy found this charming stained-glass panel in an antique store and opted to install this above the kitchen door, creating a feature that is full of history. Get tutorial here

Pine Cupboards and Drop Cloth 'Skirts' Create That Vintage Kitchen Feel

Hometalker Courtney opted to build her own kitchen with vintage-inspired farmhouse décor. These classic glass window cupboards are constructed using simple, inexpensive pine, adding a quintessentially French country cottage feel. The open cupboard below was covered by sewing a couple of drop cloth "skirts" that were fitted to the top of the open cupboard using a simple tension rod – ideal for hiding away unsightly kitchen accessories and waste bins. Get tutorial here

Eight DIY Farmhouse Kitchen Chairs for Less Than the Price of One Store-Bought Chair

After growing fed up with mismatched farmhouse kitchen chairs, Gina opted to make eight of her own. After buying all the wood they needed to build eight rustic farmhouse kitchen chairs for less than $25, they were ready to go. For the best finish, each piece of wood was planed, drilled, and sanded for the easiest construction. Several coats of plain white paint were applied using a spray gun. Don’t they look stunning when paired with this ombre paint rustic dining table? Get tutorial here

Budget-Friendly DIY Farmhouse Kitchen Island to Solve Countertop Issues

Noting Grace moved into a rental home and discovered that countertop space was somewhat lacking. Without wanting to invest too much money into a temporary solution, this Hometalker opted to build their own budget-friendly farmhouse kitchen island from scrap and pallet wood. Beadboard was fitted to the sides of the island to match the kitchen’s backsplash. The trio of rustic pendant lights above the island complete the farmhouse look. Get tutorial here

Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen Lighting

This kitchen lighting project proves that the slightest change to fixtures can alter the feel of your space. Karen fancied a change to the pendant light fixtures in her kitchen and was planning on switching to a more industrial farmhouse style. She replaced her run-of-the-mill white pendant lights with these wiry-looking industrial lights, which were sprayed gray using Rust-Oleum Hammered paint. Get tutorial here

Open Shelves That Achieve the Farmhouse Style Kitchen Trend

One of the simplest ways to create that farmhouse look in your kitchen is to create open shelving. You can achieve this just by removing one of your cabinet doors either side of the cooktop. Of course, you’ll need to fill and paint the holes left by the hinges, but that’s easily remedied. The end result is a more open, honest space, with kitchen accessories on show. You can always change the shelves themselves to thicker 2" dark wood shelves like Courtney has here. Get tutorial here

Updated Farmhouse Kitchen Light Fixture Using Galvanized Metal Buckets

Hometalker Sherry was fed up with her 14-year-old kitchen lighting and opted for a farmhouse-style makeover. The dated gold-colored globes were past their best, and having seen many impressive light fittings using galvanized metal, Sherry wanted one in her remodeled kitchen. These galvanized metal buckets complemented the room and actually made the space appear brighter. This industrial-chic farmhouse kitchen hack cost less than $25. Get tutorial here

DIY Butcher Block Countertops for a Farmhouse-Inspired Kitchen

After sketching out a plan for her new kitchen, Hometalker Kathie wanted butcher block countertops. Nevertheless, she and her husband could not afford to buy them within budget, so they built their own instead. The new chunky, rustic, butcher block worktops were given a thorough dark stain to help provide contrast from all the white of the farmhouse kitchen sink and subway tiling. Get tutorial here

This Farmhouse Kitchen Faucet Complements an Apron Sink Perfectly

After two coats of primer and three coats of paint, this kitchen has had a white farmhouse makeover. Although the new white wooden farmhouse kitchen cabinets look great, the additional rustic accessories, such as the farmhouse-style black faucet, also help to offset the look and feel of the room. The black faucet has a long lever for total practicality. This project also recommends the use of open shelving to create a more transparent, open-plan kitchen. Get tutorial here

Stunning Deep Farmhouse Kitchen Sink Complete With Floating Rack

Hometalker Red Cottage Chronicles opted to take part in the One Room Challenge with a kitchen makeover. Within six weeks they transformed their tired-yet-adequate kitchen into a stunning farmhouse-style environment. Although the white subway tiles add tremendous impact to the kitchen, it’s the deep charcoal farmhouse kitchen sink that really sings here, offsetting the wooden countertops and white tiling. The floating sink rack is removable and highly practical. Get tutorial here

Faux Farmhouse Charm With This Funky Table Using Reclaimed Fence Boards

Having grown up on a 40-acre farm, Hometalker Donna wanted a taste of her childhood in her own home. She opted to create an authentic farmhouse dining table using only reclaimed fence boards and a couple of 2x4s. The finish was enhanced by a super-cool stencil and combined with a few stenciled coasters to create an inviting space for family and friends to sit around and indulge in coffee and cake! Get tutorial here

Brick Layer Kitchen Backsplash Adds Farmhouse Appeal

If you want a dramatic backdrop for your farmhouse kitchen, look no further than this custom stone wall. This Hometalker had their kitchen entirely remodeled with a brick-layer kitchen backsplash that mimicked their living room fireplace surround. The backsplash helps the space to feel older than its years, along with the deep farmhouse kitchen sink. There is a neat contrast with tradition and new-age, with the stainless-steel fridge and stove fitted within the kitchen island. Get tutorial here