We all have them…all shapes and sizes…colors and patterns…with flowers or Spiderman…Winnie the Pooh and The Worlds Best Mom and so on and so on…yes I am talking about MUGS! Nothing like a favorite mug to hold your coffee…tea…hot chocolate and everything in between. If your home is anything like my house you have enough for an entire town : ) Don’t you think your favorite mugs would look great hanging out on a fabulous Mug Rack? Not only will it become a piece of home decor it will also help you organize those mugs so the one you want is always at hands reach. I do believe that there is at least one here in this collection of Farmhouse DIY Mug Racks that you are going to want to make. There is something for those of you that have a few mugs and for those of you that can serve your whole neighborhood. Have fun checking them all and don’t forget to grab a mug and fill it with your favorite brew while you enjoy looking around.
I am in love with this simple reclaimed wood Coffee Mug Rack over at Funky Junk Interiors. Donna, the Queen of Junk (that is meant in the BEST way possible) is going to show us how to make this beauty. Don’t you just love the addition of the Flower Jar. What a great place to hang your favorite mug…it will always be there when you want to fill it up!
The creative twosome over at Shanty 2 Chic are waiting to share plans to make this fabulous little rack. It looks amazing in black and it is also wonderful in different stains of wood and in color. Not only is this rack perfect in your kitchen…it would make a great gift…don’t you think!
This is such a cool upcycle projects. Laurie Anna’s Vintage Home took a Thrifted Shutter and turned it into a Mug Rack and Dish Rack…Brilliant! It’s quick…easy and looks great. Check this one out and keep your eyes peeled for old shutters! A great style for Farmhouse and of course for a Cottage look also.
Ms. Farmhouse Angie over at Knick Of Time has created a precious little Industrial Farmhouse Mug Rack that not only holds your mugs but the condiments too. Love the addition of the wire baskets!
Here’s one made from Pallet wood and silverware. How great does the pounded silverware look! Get the DIY over at 101 Pallet Furniture and make one for yourself!
Kind of crushing on this Heart Reclaimed Wood Coffee Mug Rack DIY over at Funky Junk Interiors. I love how it came together and I love the reclaimed wood ombre look don’t you! Drop by for the step-by-step!
The girls from Shanty 2 Chic are back with yet another amazing DIY Mug Rack that is simply Farmtastic. Come and get the DIY and watch the great video on how to distress wood…2 for 1 : ) Enjoy!
Ah the Shutter appears once again and this time it is vertical and looking great. See how quick and easy this Farmhouse Treasure is to make over at HomeTalk!
Larissa over at Prodigal Pieces created a fun and fabulous Coffee Mug Rack and she elevated it with a towel rack and more! Come and see how she made this cutie and you can make it too.
Here’s a fun Farmhouse Coffee Mug Rack made over at My Newest Addiction. This one holds a slew of mugs…if you need a rack for many a mugs…put this DIY on your list of things to make and create!
One lesson to learn from this DIY and that is…DON’T throw away old cabinet doors : ) Come and see how Gail over at My Repurposed Life put together this wonderful Coffee Mug Rack…I have a feeling that you are going to want one of your very own.
Now if a full blown DIY is not your thing but you are still looking for a great Mug Rack…how about adding some hooks to Wooden Shelf and you will be good to go. Check this out over at Apartment Therapy!
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
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