Our first idea is a farmhouse: the woodpile. If you have a fireplace (and we are jealous), use the empty space next to your front door or along a larger wall on the porch to stack wood between a minimal iron railing. Use natural wicker furniture and iron lantern lamps to make the farmhouse more elegant.
2. Iron and distressed wood, planters for found objects
You can plant in almost everything. Use these vintage items to grow herbs and flowers on your patio. A washing bucket and a wooden vegetable box with French accents make herbs an ideal home. Plant tall flowers in a tall bucket to look up and create a cut flower look that does not fade.
3. Vintage aluminum biplane planter
Vintage aluminum parts such as funnels and buckets are great for designing these unique planters. Use a round planter below for a large flowerpot. Locate a pole built to hang pots or birdseeds at your local garden center and attach a separate piece of aluminum with a handle. Plant flowers in both. Enjoy the whole summer.
4. White glass and ceramics with distressed wood
Old milk buckets, jars and jugs look fantastic when they sit as an accent on your side tables and shelves. Place dried flowers in a jug with a candle for a sweet look on the table. If you have stabling or shiplap, it’s even better. Keep everything in a clean, but aged white for the most classic farmhouse feel.
5. Shutters style aged wood lantern and planter
Shutters wear a lot of wear. At the end of your life, use your weather-beaten style to create a backdrop for an iron-lantern outdoor lamp and a hanging planter underneath. Use the planter for your flowers or herbs and be sure to match the iron accent of the planter to your outdoor lighting to keep everything in alignment.
6. Vintage Screen Frame with burlap pillow
Like shutters, the outdoor screens age very nicely. This has become a picture frame with a string in the middle, so you can crop pictures to your liking. A luxurious couch gets a Farmhouse treatment with plain gray burlap pillows and skirt. Ribbons on the pillow closures complete the look.
7. Small hanging flower pot with iron basket accent
Small iron baskets form a great backdrop for the wall decoration. This uses a simple wire frame and a jar to create a hanging planter. Use twine as a decorative accent for the glass. These parts are easy to hang because the wire frame easily detects the screw or nail in the wall so you can quickly make a bundle and hang it up.
8. Sophisticated, country-style seating area
The entire seating area only asks for sweet tea and long evening chats. It uses a wrap-around couch as an anchor and plenty of plant life for a lush, green style. Painted gray steps add a touch of sophistication and a full wall of hanging pots completes the design. Finish with a potted tree and a light over it.
9. Front porch swing with wood and aluminum accents
This little porch swing gets a farmhouse makeover with rope and cute white pillows. Use vintage accent pieces of aluminum and pieces of wood to keep your decor. Rolling aluminum pots look great with fresh tulips, and smaller pots can hold herbs and other green parts. It will smell wonderful while the slow rocking will make you relax.
10. Vintage Upcycled Headboard Porch Bench
Have you ever strolled through an antique shop and impressed the beauty of an old headboard? The ornate motifs in the wood attract you, but what would you ever do with it? With this DIY you can turn a vintage headboard into a pretty new bench for your porch.
11. Rustic hanging lamps for outdoor use
Would you like to create better lighting for your outdoor entertainment? Then this project is perfect for you. With a few woven baskets and lightweight everyday kits, you can make your own pendant lights. They are quick and easy to make and will be the envy of the neighborhood!
12. Palisade Fence Flower Pouch Sign
If you hang a pretty sign on your front door or on your porch, you can welcome the guests in your home. This sign has a pouch where you can exhibit seasonal flowers and plants all year round! The cute picket fence immediately gives your outdoor space a welcoming, homey feel.
13. Rustic farmhouse porch advertisement
Decorating your veranda is the key to giving the outside of your home the same charm as inside. This porch display uses a galvanized metal gutter as a mini garden to add both rustic touches and fresh touches. The sign on the board stand at the top completes the look!
14. Pretty spring farmhouse porch inspiration
If you’re looking for spring time, this ad is just what you need. Fresh flowers and moss show the new growth of spring, while the wood and metal elements really convey that traditional country house feel. The hanging candlestick, however, is the star of this show! This DIY is a lesson in beautiful contrasts.
15. Upcycled wooden drawer stand
Bring some color and personality into your outdoor area with this cute DIY planter. With only a few leftover pieces of wood and two wooden drawers that need some love, you can realize this sunny project. It is the perfect way to grow flowers or herbs if you do not have a lot of space in the garden.
16. Mason Jar lantern outdoor lighting
Whether you are preparing for a party or just want to enjoy your outdoor area more, an additional lighting ensures a cozy glow. For the production of these lanterns you only need tealight candles and glass mason jars. Hang the lanterns on tree branches with sturdy wire to make your garden feel inviting.
17th Flowering Wagon Wheel Wreath
Add a touch of spring blossoms to your home with this pretty “wreath”. If you use artificial flowers, you can be sure that this hobbyist survives the entire season! The contrast between the rustic wooden cartwheel and the pink blossoms ensures visual interest and the perfect warm farmhouse feel.