Party Junk 223 – Salvaged DIY Whites

Salvaged DIY Whites - white DIY projects with a salvaged or vintage edge / features and a link party via
Welcome to Party Junk 223 – Salvaged DIY Whites!

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Hello and a happy party weekend to you all! 

I’ve been attempting to incorporate more white into my home over the last little while, to help brighten up some dark corners. Let’s see what everyone else is doing with white…

Make a farmhouse window with no miter cuts nor fancy wood pieces in sight! via

How to make a farmhouse window – Funky Junk Interiors

 Most everyone desires a dreamy farmhouse, but if you can’t live in one, why not make yours into one? Here’s my take on super simple window mouldings with no miters and no fancy wood pieces. Definitely a much brighter statement!

Welcome trowel sign by It's Just Me
Welcome Trowel Sign – It’s Just Me

Ohhhh my goodness… you must look at the back of this sign. What a total win this idea is! LOVE it!

Red cross white box by Breida with a B
Red cross inspired box – Breida with a B

The moment I saw this box, I fell in love with it. What is it about a simple red cross on white that is so striking?

Repurposed sewing machine table memo board by Knick of Time Interiors
Repurposed sewing machine table memo board – Knick of Time Interiors

This multipurpose memo board created from an old sewing machine table top is so ideal! And it sure beats sewing. 🙂

Vintage tool box cupboard by Breida with a B

Vintage industrial farmhouse tool storage – Breida with a B

Breida has the right idea. Have your tools indoors looking good so you don’t have to trip over your lawnmower on the way to your hammer! This is a beauty!

Graphic transfer projects, curated from Hometalk, featured on Funky Junk InteriorsWish to make something white with graphics perhaps? 

Here’s a Hometalk clipboard of 43 inspiring projects all using printables!

Visit the clipboard HERE.

Junk it up party by Petticoat Junktion

There’s also a new junk party in town!

Link up your junk finds, trips, tips and projects over at Petticoat Junktion HERE! On all weekend.

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Got white?

Link your salvaged /vintaged inspired whites in this weekend’s themed linkup!

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21 thoughts on “Party Junk 223 – Salvaged DIY Whites

  1. I’ve been checking out your farm window and love it. We didn’t trim out our windows and the sheet rock is now separating from the window bottom. I want to trim them out and this is just what I’ve been looking for. Thanks!

    Shannon ~

  2. Love your window trim. That’s what I want to do to our windows in our old farmhouse. Any character that was in this house was stripped out long ago (not by us!) We are trying to add some of that back.

    Great features! Thanks for hosting Donna. Have a super weekend!

  3. Some really great features here. Angie is so talented, she wastes nothing! I agree, a crisp red cross on white just looks so cool. Happy weekend!

  4. Thanks for the party Donna…
    The worst thing to endure after hosting a party is to take care of the junk that is left behind. Because of this I usually approach some party and event rentals so that they will take back all that is left.
    But now you have given a wondeful idea, thank you so much for this.

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