Friday, February 3, 2017

Farmhouse Shelving unit

Today I'm sharing my 
Farmhouse Shelving unit.


farmhouse decor, farmhouse, vintage decor, home decor




One thing I love to do in my house is 
rearrange decor and furniture.
I love redoing and re purposing pieces to fit other rooms.

I recently redid our shelving unit to give it more farmhouse style.

vintage scales, farmhouse candlesticks, farmhouse style


The shelf is originally from IKEA, many years ago.
It's a very lightweight metal bookshelf.  
I added wood to the tops of the metal shelves.

For decor, I pulled out some of my favorite items from my stash-
candlesticks, scales, cake plates, etc.


farmhouse style, fresh tulips, chippy candlesticks, vintage style


I LOVE these fresh tulips I was sent from FTD.  

I made the chippy candle sticks by cutting down old stair spindles.

fresh flowers, tulips, FTD


I can't get enough of these tulips!
They are just gorgeous!


plants, wood, cutting boards, vintage scale


As you can see on one of the shelves, I am trying my hand at growing 
some shoots from one of my other plants.
I don't have much of a green thumb, so we'll see how it goes!  

I have some of my collection of wooden cutting boards on this shelf too.


farmhouse decor, spindle candlesticks, tulips, fresh flowers



And that's how I styled my farmhouse shelving unit!

6 comments:

  1. This is so pretty! I love the way you've put it all together as well as the lovely Gather sign!

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  2. What a pretty display! Love the cutting boards. Pinned. Thanks for linking up at #MerryMonday!
    Kim

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  3. This is so pretty. I love the candlesticks you made.

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  4. I am in love with your chopping board collection Candice !!

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  5. I love the gather sign. I have yet to find a weigh scale that I like. I saw two recently but the face was cracked on both of them. Your gathering of similar coloured objects and the pop of colour from the tulips is really well done. Thank you for sharing.

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