Farmhouse style is very trendy at the moment. The thing about farmhouses, though – old ones anyway – is that they’re often seriously lacking in closet and storage space. People back then just didn’t have “stuff” like we do now. Whether you’ve just moved into a new (old) farmhouse or you simply love the look of them, you’ll fall in love with these rustic and charming farmhouse style storage ideas.
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Let’s start with a coat rack. This simple coat rack looks great and gives you somewhere to hang your hat (literally).
This cabinet works well in a bathroom as a medicine cabinet, in an office to hold bills, or in the entryway as an organization station!
Here’s another good organization station – I love the little clipboards. You can put a grocery list on one and a to-do list on the other!
Baskets, Bins, Etc:
Farmhouse style storage is easy with these decorative and functional baskets and bins:
In the kitchen:
Everyone knows the farmhouse kitchen is the heart of the home. Here are some nice storage ideas!
Don’t you just love the color of these Mason Jar Canisters?
Cart and cabinet storage:
When your home doesn’t have enough closets and cabinets, one option is to simply bring in more! I like the charm of this one.
This cabinet reminds me a lot of one of my own projects:
Let’s not forget the bathroom! This ladder storage rack fits in the smallest spaces!
As you can see, there are so many options when it comes to farmhouse style storage. One thing’s for sure though – whether you choose to DIY or buy, farmhouse style is gorgeous!
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