Are you guys still in love with all things Joanna Gaines? I think we all are! I’ve already found so many awesome Fixer Upper living room projects so I thought we’d move to the kitchen!
Here are a bunch of super fun DIY Kitchen Projects inspired by Fixer Upper and our leader, Joanna Gaines.
13 Kitchen Projects Inspired by Joanna Gaines
Quickly make your own glass rack just like the expensive one from Pottery Barn. This is a really pretty way to display dishes in a farmhouse way. from Sawdust to Stitches
This is one of my favorite Fixer Upper kitchen ideas because it’s adorable and SO simple. Use old wooden crates and jars to fill with wooden rolling pins and utensils. from Liz Marie Blog
A wooden chalkboard family schedule to hang on the wall!
Make this simple memo board for your kitchen command center! from Little Glass Jar
This is one of the quickest ways to add a little Farmhouse style to your kitchen – mason jar soap dispensers!!
Feeling extra crafty? Change your pantry door for a rolling barn door. These are so beautiful! Here is a DIY version you can work on this weekend. from Christina’s Adventures
Here are 101+ free farmhouse printables. Print one and pop it in a frame to hang on your wall for the cheapest way to add some Joanna Gaines style!
Take an old wooden hutch (these are all over garage sales!) and paint it white with a distressed look. Voila – farmhouse! from The Painted Hinge
If you don’t have room for a big hutch, a farmhouse style kitchen cart looks beautiful, too.
Exchange your kitchen chairs for metal bistro chairs! Especially if you have a wooden table, the combination of wood + medal is a fun farmhouse look.
Make a farmhouse produce rack with wire baskets. So pretty!! from Addicted 2 DIY
Grab some old, ugly dishes from Goodwill and spray paint them white. Instant Farmhouse style! from Sincerely, Sarah D
A sweet homemade sign on the wall is an easy way to add some Joanna Gaines love to your kitchen.
Make your own Farmhouse towels by updating some towels with lace! Here is a super easy diy from Little House of Four.
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