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I absolutely love farmhouse decor – but in a shabby chic way. Not with cows and chickens. Neutral and soft toned colors mixed in with texture are what I’m talking about! Along with handmade items out of scrap or thrift store finds. My farmhouse inspired wall gallery in my family room is a combination of all – and I love it!
A few years ago I decorated my massive 14 foot family room wall with a more traditional style decor. But this past fall I decided it needed to go and re did the wall in a farmhouse inspired theme.
I’ll tell you where I bought everything below so you can re-create your very own farmhouse inspired wall gallery for your home!
I built this HOME sign and created the design. The plants and vases are from IKEA.
I built this farmhouse table out of scrap wood – and I looooove it!
The & and B are from Hobby Lobby. The bird is from Michaels. The tall pillar is from Pottery Barn and the short one is from Target.
This lantern was a thrift store find!
I built this also – the board is actually a drawer face from our old kitchen cabinets that I painted and distressed. The key is from Michaels
I built this out of scrap wood that I painted and distressed. The frame was a thrift store find
The shelf, frame and mirror are all thrift store finds that I painted
I built this as well. The wood was scrap wood and the B is from Hobby Lobby
I made the boxwood wreath which you can see the plans HERE.
The small side table is a really old antique piece that was given to me that I painted the top to. The clock and star are from Hobby Lobby. I featured the pillows HERE. The hurricane is from Kohls, the pinecones are from my yard 🙂 and the lamp was featured HERE but I bought a new lampshade on clearance at Hobby Lobby.
I’m also totally in love with these items over at Uncommon Goods. I think they would add so much texture and character to my room!
What items are must-haves for your Farmhouse Inspired Wall Gallery?