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Gorgeous Farmhouse Open Shelving Ideas

Open shelving is such a great additional any home decor style, but these farmhouse-style open shelving ideas will have you ready to install some of your own! They are perfect for displaying decor items or using for everyday storage!

One of my favorite DIY projects ever is my $40 open shelves that I built in my old kitchen. I know that the trend is probably supposed to be over by now. I mean, I think it was on the “going-out-of-style” lists way back in 2016. So, why do I bring it up today? Well, the response I get every time I post my farmhouse open shelving on Instagram, everyone goes crazy!

I still love the look, too, so I don’t really care if it’s trendy or not. Do what you love, I say! (P.S I miss them now that we’ve moved. BUT it’s also fun to style built-in bookshelves, too!)

Farmhouse Spring Decorating Ideas - Open Shelves in the Kitchen!

While I never intended for mine to be anything more than decoration, so many people use their open shelves as open cabinetry and store plates, cups or other oft-used kitchenware. The reason for placing oft-used items on these shelves is that they won’t be dust collectors since they will be washed regularly. *smart!*

So, today I wanted to gather some of my favorite farmhouse open shelving ideas for your inspiration. You can build shelves just like mine for less than $40. Seriously! And they pack such a punch! Get the full DIY shelf tutorial here.

And there are so many good DIY shelving ideas here, so get ready to want to make a project!! 😉

Gorgeous Farmhouse Open Shelving Ideas

Farmhouse Spring Decorating Ideas - Open Shelves in the Kitchen!

Find my original post on my open shelves here. {They are SO easy to make!}

These beautiful floating kitchen shelves are from the kitchen reveal over at Bigger Than The Three of Us.

Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Open Shelves

I’ve long admired these reclaimed wood shelves from Our Vintage Home Love. The perfect addition to a truly vintage home full of character and charm. Fun side note: her farmhouse table in her dining room was the first one I ever swooned over and decided from that point on I’d have one of my own someday. (I made my own farmhouse table years ago – tutorial here.)

These open shelves from 11 Magnolia Lane are so pretty with their dark stain and cute farmhouse decor!

DIY Open Farmhouse Shelving

John and Sherry at Young House Love not only have a beautiful kitchen with open shelves, they are the king and queen of DIY tutorials. So, they have an awesome tutorial on their blog for these very shelves!

I love the brass hardware and light stain on these shelves from Earnest Home Co.

Gorgeous, modern open shelves from Lauren Liess

I love these simple DIY open shelves from Christina’s Adventures. Her whole home is beautiful (and real!) and she’s one of the most authentic, helpful bloggers I know!

White shelves and shiplap? Swoon! {from Better Homes and Gardens}

Love these useful and decorative open farmhouse shelves from Chatfield Court!

Jaime Costiglio

Making Joy and Pretty Things

Lolly Jane

Liz Marie Blog has these open shelves in her home with gorgeous vintage corbels. How beautiful!

The reclaimed shelves and gorgeous corbels from Pretty Handy Girl are just to die for! Can you believe those corbels were a custom order? You can order them too from a shop not too far from my town! (Check out Pretty Handy Girl’s blog for details!)

I love how Bre from Rooms For Rent keeps her grains in canisters on her open shelves. Such a beautiful way to store them!

I hope all of these gorgeous open shelving ideas will give you tons of inspiration for your own home – if that’s what you love! I wouldn’t worry about the trends regarding this decor choice because shelves have been around for a long time. And if you want to put a few in your home to store kitchen items or just display some decor, then I say go for it!

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16 Stunning Farmhouse Open Shelving Ideas - tons of gorgeous DIY inspiration!

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    1. I know, me too!! The built-in bookshelves in the new house kind of replace them for me, but I still miss the old shelves, for sure!

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