It’s time to get your Decor Enthusiast Style on for April!
This month we are talking Farmhouse Style.
It has been big for a while, but let’s face it…..Chip and Joanna have sure helped get more people onto the look.
Personally, I love it. It sings of a relaxed, casual life. It’s a lived in look.
Farmhouse style is highly interpreted. You can add your own take, and take on a more French style, industrial or even added bits of traditional.
Earlier this month I received this thrift store cheese box for a makeover challenge from our very own Christy of Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer.
I decided to go a French Farmhouse style for the transformation that you can see HERE.
Just the cheese box itself is farmhouse style in my opinion. With the stencil I gave it a French Farmhouse look. It’s perfect on our counters as a kitchen caddy.
I wanted to try using it in another way. It’s also great for a centerpiece.
You will need the following supplies:
- cheese box, tray or basket
- grocery bags
I placed a bowl under the plate to elevate the candle. The plate just gives it stability.
It’s not pictured, but I then placed grocery bags along the bottom to protect the interior.
Arrange the annuals abound the base of the bowl.
Then fill in all of the empty space with moss.
This is meant to be a temporary arrangement. I will enjoy it like this until probably after our last frost. Then I’ll plant them outdoors in my patio pots.
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Here’s another French Farmhouse thrift store makeover from this week!
Now check out the other Farmhouse Ideas by the other creators of the Decor Enthusiast Style Team!
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