It seems that 2019 has a very popular thread going on in all Home Decor Genres and that is mastering the Art of Konmari. The new Marie Kondo Show has taken off like wild fire. I am actually trying to work the Knomari Magic in my own home but let me tell you… it is really difficult when it comes to a Blogger getting rid of items that they might use for a photo shoot! We will talk about that in another post : ) I thought with all the organizing you are all doing I would put together a collection of Charming & Useful Farmhouse Storage DIYS and Ideas that you can use after you have sifted through your items and decided what to keep. No one ever said you can store in Farmhouse Style! From storing Seasonal Clothing in Vintage stacked Suitcases to using Thrifted Trophies to hold all kinds of items that you use while still looking cool and much much more. Check it all out and I have a feeling that some of these will totally inspire you. Then… visit all of these fabulous blogs… just click on the Color Blog Name in each paragraph and it will take you directly to the original source and the DIY! There are so many wonderful bloggers to experience first hand. We will be tackling some other Farmhouse Storage Ideas and DIYS really soon!
The creative Liz over at Love Grows Wild has many storage ideas in this fabulous room. One of my favorites is that she puts a shoe tray under her bench and stores her boots and shoes and somehow they look like part of the Farmhouse Design!
Sarah from A Little Vintage Nest is sharing all kind of ideas to get the Farmhouse Look…but I had to share this fabulous chest with you…it’s amazing how much you can store and organize things in a piece like this…packed with all kind of things on the inside yet looks like a million on the outside.
I love how Bre from Rooms For Rent adds extra storage in her kitchen by placing fun vintage crates under the bench. It holds tons of stuff and looks Farmhouse Fresh!
Heather Bullard gets the TROPHY for imagination here! Trophies that many of us would have passed up are now looking so utterly amazing organizing…displaying and storing all sorts of things and it is all SCREAMING Charm! I so love this and I guarantee after seeing this you will never pass by a Trophy in the Thrift Shop again! Just think of the possibilities!
The lovely Pam from House of Hawthornes is sharing some of her Farmhouse Storage and Organizing Ideas and here’s one of my favorites…stacking vintage suitcases up… they look incredible and just think of all the things that you can organize and store. You have to check her picnic basket idea too! Enjoy…
I am in love with this Vegetable Storage Rack. Don’t you think that every Farmhouse Kitchen should have one! Over at Redo It Yourself Inspirations you will see how she made this beauty. You could adapt your own with maybe a shelving unit…I have a feeling that your imagination will take you in the right direction.
Kristi from Making It In The Mountains always has such wonderful ideas. Here is one that I adore…could you think of any other Farmhouse way of storing your jewelry? This Three Tiered Tray could not look more fabulous. You could use this in a Kitchen…Craft Room…Bathroom and just about any where in the home. You can make one of these for your very own with here DIY or of course you can purchase one in your favorite store…all I can say is it is a fantastic way to get things organized with style!
Now we are over at Lucy’s Place (aka… Craftberry Bush) where everything is gorgeous! I am in love with this simple Farmhouse Wooden Rack where Lucy organizes some items that she uses regularly and then adds some Charming Farmhouse Touches! When you drop by Craftberry Bush you are in for a feast for the eyes…oh the inspiration you will get!
You will be totally inspired by this little Industrial Cart! Mary from Mary Made This…organized and stored so many things on this little cart and it looks amazing! All you need to do is pick up a little metal cart and you will add a touch of Industrial Farmhouse Charm to your Kitchen with a purpose! LOVE!
The Fabulous Liz from Love Grows Wild is sharing yet another great Farmhouse Style Storage Unit that looks amazing! You can make one of these also by redoing an old dresser without drawer…adding baskets and galvanized buckets you will have a Farmhouse Fresh piece in no time. Come and see the one here at Love Grows Wild and be inspired!
Taryn from Design. Dining. Diapers. share a simple idea that is perfect in the bathroom and you can adapt it to any place in the home. A fun Farmhouse Crate can store and organize just about anything and look on fleek! Check out all of her other ideas…you are going to love it there.
Larissa from Prodigal Pieces has so many incredible organizing and storage ideas I lost count…but I really love what she created with some vintage soda crates…isn’t this stand awesome. What a great place to display collections…store any kind of item from towels to cookie cutters and everything in between. What is really cool is that she shares the DIY with us. You can make one of these with the crates you find when you are at the Thrift Shop…or maybe you can even pick up some new and give them an awesome paint treatment. I love the versatility of this piece and really…how much more Farmhouse can you get!
Donna the Queen of Junk or should I say Funky Junk : ) of Funky Junk Interiors has a plethora of organizing and storage ideas and this is one that I so love. I know I featured a ladder…but this is yet another style of ladder that has been embellished with shelves. You can store and organize things on it. Display collections on it. Even use it as an end table like this or how about a Plant Stand! A simple ladder can get your organized and add Farmhouse Charm to your space…who knew? For a million and one more ideas…visit Donna…she will be happy to see you!
The girls at Shanty 2 Chic provide you with the DIY for this fabulous ladder and then you will have the perfect place to store and display your blankets or towels!
The always budget friendly Gina over at The Shabby Creek Cottage has some great Farmhouse Style Organizing ideas for you… she finds spaces for all of her fun kitchen items while making them look like they are part of the decor. All of her utensils are at arms reach and are stylin! Hope this post gives you tons of inspiration on how to add some Furn Farmhouse Organization to your space. Drop by and visit Gina for more ideas!
This DIY Small Open Shelf Buffet by The Remodelaholic is just what your Bathroom as been dreaming of. A beautiful piece that not only adds style to your space…it also holds tons and tons of accessories…Towels and more. Stylizing one of these beauties is like stylizing a bar or coffee cart…just go with what you love and play around with the items until you get it just right. No one will be asking you where the clean towels are! Building Plans are waiting for you. What do you think…are you going to try making one? If you do…please share with us.
Kelly from Live Laugh Rowe has a fabulous DIY Storage Ottoman for us today and she shares the DIY! It’s quick…easy…it can be customized and looks fabulous! So much storage…so much style! Great for just about any home decor!
I have to admit…the IKEA Raskog is one of my favorite storage centers in just about any place in the home and how incredible does it look here over at A Beautiful Mess…not only does it store so many items…it simply looks fabulous! Just a heads up…when you want to purchase one of these…order directly from IKEA because they are truly only $24.99. Enjoy!
I do believe this is an ultimate Farmhouse Storage System. Not only does it hold tons and tons of items… it simply looks amazing. It can work as storage for so many different things. You can hold all of your throw pillows… blankets and items that are used Seasonally … or it could take care of all the kids items from shoes to school books and so much more. All looking Farmtastic. You will find the tutorial for this perfect piece over at Cherished Bliss. Sound like a great weekend project? I think so : )
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