Industrial FARMHOUSE sign window valance with patio table
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, farmhouse decorating 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. 🙂
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About this stencil
Farmhouse is a bold, clean and timeless stencil sign design, offered in both small and large. It comes with registration marks so it’s effortless to position!
So here’s how I made this super cool Farmhouse sign to hang in the kitchen using Farmhouse – large!
Let’s start with Farmhouse – Large first.
Since Farmhouse – Large is so big, it comes in 2 pieces. But, it’s easy to align together!
Simply overlap the triangle registration marks, tape stencil together, position the stencil on your board, and you’re ready to stencil.
Here’s how I made this sign:
How to stencil this Farmhouse sign
- Cut board of choice to desired length, then lightly sand.
- Tape together Farmhouse – large, then position in the middle of your board.
- Load stencil brush with black paint, then offload most to create a dry brush.
- Tap or swirl paint through stencil for desired effect.
- Lightly sand over stenciled lettering to further distress if desired.
- Mount sign to wall using screws.
- Add some additional rusty junk or hooks for added interest.
Learn more about how to stencil from THIS post.
I prefer my kitchen to be window treatment-less, to let that view and sunshine 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 kitchen window valance, and sets the stage for the junk styled dried flowers that hang between 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.
My neighbour Geraldine allowed me to raid her limelight white hydrangea bush.
That little pipe shelf (tutorial HERE) to the right fits right in.
So let’s move outdoors to the patio next!
Farmhouse table for outdoors
And next up, here’s the FARMHOUSE – small stencil! Perfect for more compact projects such as this charming little farmhouse table for the patio!
Here’s how I revamped it:
How to make this farmhouse table for the patio:
1. Measure, cut then attach some 2x4s to the top of a table, stacked to the desired height. I stacked two.
2. Cut cedar fence planks to the desired length, then lightly sand.
3. Attach cedar planks to the 2x4s with screws.
4. Position Farmhouse-Small along one end of the table and secure with masking tape.
5. Stencil in black.
The paint I chose, was Fusion Mineral Paint’s Coal Black.
6. I added a ‘Welcome To My’ above the Farmhouse stencil using the Welcome To My Garden stencil.
The finished farmhouse table!
Welcome to my FARMHOUSE table on the patio! A perfect fit! Isn’t it the cutest?!
Love this little Farmhouse table teamed up with a couple of black antique windsor kitchen chairs!
How would you add some farmhouse charm to your home using these stencils?
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