Looking to give your kitchen that farmhouse style look, but your budget is tight these days? No problem! Here are some tips on how to create a farmhouse inspired kitchen while on a budget.

You don’t have to a spend a fortune on your kitchen to get the farmhouse look everyone is talking about! Inspired by HGTV Stars, Chip and Joanna Gaines, we’ve put together a list of affordable farmhouse style ideas for your kitchen.

1. Barn Doors

Swapping out your existing doors for vintage barn doors is a popular trend emerging from the farmhouse era. Adding unique statement pieces like rustic barn doors to your pantry or entryway is an easy and affordable way to create a farmhouse look that you’ll be sure to love for many years to come. Check out some of our favorite looks using barn doors right here.

Farmhouse Barn Door, Photo Credit: Trigger (iStock).

Photo Credit: Trigger (iStock).

2. Wreaths

If you’re a farmhouse fan, then you know adding a wreath or two to your home decor is an absolute must! Displaying a wreath to windows, doors, or even picture frames is a low-cost way to give your kitchen a farmhouse feel. Check out this DIY tutorial for creating your very own farmhouse wreath in just 30 minutes or less.

3. Thrift Store Finds

You’d be surprised the farmhouse treasures you’d find at your local thrift shop or antique store. After all, farmhouse decor is inspired by vintage decor items including old books, crates, window frames, vases and more. When shopping for farmhouse decor, keep an eye out for a combination of rustic and modern pieces. You can also check out markets, antique events, and auctions in your local community.

Farmhouse Decor, Photo Credit: oksix (iStock).

Photo Credit: oksix (iStock).

4. Distressed Furniture

Incorporating distressed furniture in your kitchen design is a fun and inexpensive way to give your home a stunning farmhouse look. You can easily transform chairs, tables, and cabinets to look distressed or weathered by using chalk paint techniques. You can also achieve a simple distressed look by lightly sanding the corners and edges of furniture pieces.

Distressed Farmhouse Furniture Photo Credit: Malkovstock (iStock).

Photo Credit: Malkovstock (iStock).

5. Fresh Paint

Giving your kitchen a farmhouse makeover doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Adding a fresh coat of paint to your kitchen walls is one of the simplest ways to achieve a new look. Paint colors inspired by the popular trend consist of soft grey, beige, green, and pale blue. For more inspiration on farmhouse style paint colors, click here.

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Use these budget-friendly tips to bring the farmhouse charm and style to your kitchen!