WANT A FARMHOUSE LOOK? Attached are some inexpensive ways to transform your space.

A Recent Exterior Modern Farmhouse Remodel

KITCHEN:

Subway tile 1.60sqft Home Depot: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Daltile-Restore-Bright-White-3-in-x-6-in-Ceramic-Modular-Wall-Tile-12-5-sq-ft-case-RE1536MODHD1P4/302575146

DIY Concrete Counter Tops $90:https://fadedfoxfarmhouse.com/2019/03/02/easy-diy-concrete-counter-overlay/

Kitchen Island w/Butcher Block Top.  The island itself you can convert a piece of furniture or use lower cabinets and put butcher block on top. butcher block ranges $99-230 depending on thickness Southeastern Salvage.

Shaker Style Cabinets or paint the cabinets you have. Painting outdated cabinets can sometimes transform them. The lighter style cabinets tend to allow the texture and character of the farmhouse really pop.

Pendants Ikea $39.99: https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90427055/?query=MAGLARP&icid=iba|us|unbxdsuggestion|201811132211556208_1

Paint –Light colors Sherwin Williams:https://www.sherwin-williams.com

Shiplap: The best way to give your house a farmhouse feel is with shiplap. However, You could always use removable wallpaper. https://fadedfoxfarmhouse.com/2019/03/08/removable-wallpaper-and-the-reasons-i-think-you-should-use-it/

Cuffs .99cents:https://www.99centknobs.com/product/237/260-2-12-drawer-pull-black

Knobs $23.98 10pack Home Depot:https://www.homedepot.com/p/Liberty-Classic-Round-1-1-4-in-32mm-Flat-Black-Solid-Cabinet-Knob-10-Pack-P50154L-FB-U1/203536295

Peel and Stick Wallpaper Amazon has a great selection:https://www.amazon.com/s?k=peel+and+stick+wallpaper&crid=1LFMK4QW8EWAY&sprefix=peel+and+st%2Caps%2C179&ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_11

Vinyl Plank Wood Floor Home Depot:https://www.homedepot.com/s/vinyl%2520floor%2520planks?NCNI-5

Island Stools Ikea $34.99:https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/30352246/

Accessories: chalk board, cutting board or boards, plants, wooden spoons and fruit bowl.

LIVING ROOM MINI MAKEOVER:

Neutral sofa or sectional made with performance fabric Chapin Furniture:https://chapinfurniture.com/collections/sofas-loveseats

Textured and color in your pillow covers that are 40%off every couple of weeks Hobby Lobby:https://www.hobbylobby.com/search/?text=pillow+covers

Curtains -Solid texture is always good Ikea:https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70396738/

Jute rug is always a option or something neutral Ikea:https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/50277393/#/00277395

Real plants and or tree from local plant nursery

Metal or wood coffee table for texture Chapin Furniture:https://chapinfurniture.com/collections/coffee-side-console-tables?page=2

Art is good but for an extra farmhouse look something architectural is the better option (shutters, antique window or antique sign).

Accessories: candle sticks, books, tray, unique side tables (something unexpected), throw and  candles Hobby Lobby

MAIN FLOOR BATHROOM:

Add some kind of WOW factor (removable wall paper, painted cement tile floor or painted design like stripes).

96″ shower curtain.  You can use 96″ grommet curtains and just hand stitch center together.  You can get extra long plastic liners on Amazon.

A unique vanity, a converted piece of furniture or paint it your current vanity (color can sometimes transform it).

A Framed mirror.

ENTRY/MUDROOM:

Pattern rug large enough to make and impact

Paint Door

Hang curtain rod inside to soften in up

Eye catching light fixture

Create and area to drop keys and or hang belongings.  If space doesn’t allow you can always hang a mirror or Farmhouse sign.  Be creative and hang hooks in fun places like the wall to right or left with 1 above another. I suggest putting a basket or bench to make the space feel welcoming!

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