With the holiday’s right around the corner, many like to spruce up their homes this time of year. Fall is here and homeowners are itching to change things up around the house. Farmhouse style has been “in” for a long time now with no indication of going away any time soon. Adding small elements of farmhouse style to your home can liven things up a bit.
Easy Farmhouse Style Addition
Adding farmhouse style doesn’t have to cost a lot. Changing small items can have a big impact.
White – Dishes, pitchers, bowls, mugs, display platters and anything white screams farmhouse. Scatter white items throughout the house, especially in the kitchen.
Burlap/Wood/Wire – These textures are common in farmhouse homes. Add a burlap wreath to your front door, an antique wooden bowl to your coffee table or a wire basket to a shelf for easy farmhouse touches.
Flowers – Fresh flowers liven up any room but placed in an old milk pitcher, jug or Mason jar will add instant farmhouse style.
Bead Board – Adding beadboard to your walls or ceiling is a fairly easy and inexpensive DIY project. Covering popcorn ceilings is an added bonus.
Paint Kitchen Cabinets – White kitchens are very farmhouse. Sanding, priming and painting cabinets white is a big project though. Leaving the front off of a few or removing some and adding open shelves are great ways to add interest.
Fixtures – Changing out the lighting and fixtures to farmhouse style can have a big impact. Barn style lights, simple faucets, and doorknobs can be replaced easily.
Shiplap – Known as a farmhouse staple, adding shiplap is a beautiful way to cover walls. A project like this may require a contractor.
If you are looking to renovate your home, kitchen or outdoor living space to a farmhouse look, hiring ContractorMen in Dawsonville, GA is a good place to start. They can incorporate farmhouse elements into any remodeling project. Call 706-216-2244 or contact them online to get started on your dream home project. ContractorMen will perform quality work you’ll be happy with.