Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance sign and table sized stencils

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
My ultimate dream home is a white farmhouse, with a wrap around porch, in the middle of a few rolling hills, with a creek or lake out back. Isn’t that a wonderful vision?

Thing is, the farmhouse craze is currently alive and well all over the land. So, due to many requests, it was time to bring a little much more affordable FARMHOUSE action into your own current home!

And mine. 🙂

FARMHOUSE - Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Introducing FARMHOUSE, part of Funky Junk’s Old Sign Stencils HERE.

This design has a timeless look. Bold, clean, and even comes in two sizes this round!

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net

A big guy so you can shout it from the rooftops (kitchen windows)…

Industrial FARMHOUSE reclaimed wood farm style patio table, with stencilled coasters. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
… and a smaller scale, to fit almost anywhere you wish!

Let’s start with the big version first.

FARMHOUSE - Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
This big guy was so big, it needed to come in 2 pieces. But, it’s easy to work with!

Simply overlap the triangle registration marks, tape stencil together, position the stencil on your board, and you’re ready to roll.

And here is the result…

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
I prefer my kitchen to be window treatment-less, to let that view and sun shine in! So instead, I like to place a statement piece along the tops of the windows.

The large FARMHOUSE sign creates a perfect impact for a valance, and sets the stage for the junk styled dried flowers that hang between the windows.

Who needs curtains again? 🙂

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Here’s where personality hits the pavement. Because I am a junker (did my blog name give this away perhaps?), I gathered up a bunch of old relics to frame out the windows.

This old oil funnel teamed up with some crank gear thing made the perfect team to display some dried hydrangeas from my backyard.

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Throw in an old chain and wheel, well… that’s just rusty junk goodness right there. 🙂

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Other random junk came into play too, hanging even more dried flowers on the right side of the middle window.

I love working with hydrangeas and lavender, because I forget to water plants they will look like this for a VERY long time!

Industrial FARMHOUSE window valance, with junk styled hydrangea flower holders. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
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My neighbour Geraldine allowed me to raid her white hydrangea bush. The petals have this lovely light lime tint to them.

Neighbours that know how to garden truly rock.

That little pipe shelf (tutorial HERE) to the right fits right in. 

Industrial FARMHOUSE reclaimed wood farm style patio table, with stencilled coasters. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
And next up, here’s the small FARMHOUSE stencil.

*note – “welcome to my” is part of the GARDEN stencil HERE.

The making of a farmhouse styled patio table with reclaimed wood and a FARMHOUSE stencil, using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
If you visited here over the summer, this farmhouse styled patio table will look familiar.

HERE is the original tutorial.

But if your eyes are sharp, you’ll notice that I added one more plank to make it a little larger. My knees kept knocking into the table, and they needed more space to slip under.

The revamp was easy. I replaced the 2 top 2x4s to ones slightly longer, in order to support one more board for the top.

The making of a farmhouse styled patio table with reclaimed wood and a FARMHOUSE stencil, using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
The making of a farmhouse styled patio table with reclaimed wood and a FARMHOUSE stencil, using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
This made a perfect fit for the smaller FARMHOUSE stencil.

After positioning into place, I walked my fingers along the stencil to hold it in place as I stencilled the paint through the letters.

The paint I chose, was Fusion Mineral Paint’s Coal Black.

Find more info on how to stencil HERE.

The making of a farmhouse styled patio table with reclaimed wood and a FARMHOUSE stencil, using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
For an additional message, I used the GARDEN stencil’s “Welcome To My”. (sold separately)

Industrial FARMHOUSE reclaimed wood farm style patio table, with stencilled coasters. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Welcome to my FARMHOUSE patio indeed! A perfect fit!

Coffee and Christmas tree themed reclaimed pallet wood coasters using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
And looks pretty cute too, with those stencilled coasters!

Coffee bean coasters   Gate styled coasters

Industrial FARMHOUSE reclaimed wood farm style patio table, with stencilled coasters. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Industrial FARMHOUSE reclaimed wood farm style patio table, with stencilled coasters. Using Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net
Now, that was one affordable farmhouse! 🙂

One lump, or two? And, I have real cream…
FARMHOUSE - Funky Junk's Old Sign Stencils | funkyjunkinteriors.net

The FARMHOUSE stencil can be found in my store HERE.

Or save on shipping, and inquire if a local Fusion Mineral Paint merchant stocks it HERE
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Visit all my Old Sign Stencil projects HERE

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  1. Everything looks so fun – can I just say again your stencils are really the best. So clean and easy to use but the quality is where they really shine. This one is so tempting!!! Mix and matching is the best – I’ve been doing a lot of that lately. Love the farm table – I just made one for our land the other day so when we work out there we have a place for lunch, didn’t even think about jazzing it up with stencils. Great idea!!

  2. Hi Donna,
    The stencil is great, but I am interested in the ceiling treatment above it with your lighting! Can you share how you made it, what it is made of and the install? It looks like metal?
    Thanks,
    Pat

  3. Donna! No lumps, thank you! I’ll be right over! 😊
    Just LOVE your creativity & what you can do with JUNK!!! Love it! Love it!! ❤️