If you have always loved the look of a farmhouse inspired kitchen but aren’t ready to rip out your old (or new) cabinets and countertops, there is a way to add a few inexpensive elements that can give you the feel you want! Most of these don’t require any work, and the ones that do, are simple DIY projects. Adding some of these touches is a great way to give you the farmhouse kitchen you want without breaking the bank!
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Open shelving is a great way to add some farmhouse charm. They are fairly simple to install and one of the biggest bangs for your buck when it comes to storage. All you need is a level, a few brackets, a piece of wood, and a stud finder. An even easier option would be to just take the doors off of your existing upper cabinets!
Wire baskets are great for storage. They can hold anything from linens to veggies. Add them to your open shelves for easy access to your everyday items.
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Beadboard is an inexpensive material that can add instant charm. You can use it as a backsplash, face the sides of an island or put it up on a wall to add texture.
Natural Wood Accents
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Large Glass Canisters
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Galvanized & Metal Accents
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I personally love a little touch of metal to a farmhouse kitchen. Galvanized pots for herbs or silverware are a simple and easy way to add a metal accent. Other ways would be to incorporate metal seating or lighting.
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