Fixer Upper DIY Projects for Your Home

April 2, 2018

A collection of easy DIY projects for your home inspired by Joanna Gaines and the show "Fixer Upper."  Whether you use thrift store finds or makeover unwanted items you already have, it doesn't have to cost a lot of money to decorate with stylish modern farmhouse decor.

CREATE   |   Published April 2, 2018

It is safe to say that "Fixer Upper" has had an immeasurable impact on many aspects of life.  Aside from just being a fun show to watch, Joanna has inspired so many bloggers, homeowners, and creatives in regards to decorating and DIY projects.  Just think of how popular the terms shiplap and farmhouse have become in the last few years.

As tomorrow will regrettably bring about the end to this amazing show, I decided to take a look back through my own posts that have been created with a "Fixer Upper" style in mind.  It was shocking to start going through countless projects and see just how many things I've made over the years with her signature farmhouse vibe.  I narrowed it down to thirteen, but there were still many more that could have been included.

Fixer Upper DIY Home Decor Projects

Some of these are my all-time favorites and I'm guessing that they are some of yours as well given the number of times they have been pinned and viewed.  And some, like the DIY tobacco basket and the EAT cutting boards, have been reproduced and shared with me in emails and through social media.  Seeing something I've created be remade and bring a sense of satisfaction to the maker is one of my favorite parts of blogging.

There are links below each image to take you to each individual DIY post if you'd like to have a closer look.

I'm sure that I'm not the only one who is going to miss the weekly inspiration delivered on this show, as well as the humor and glimpse into family life of a talented couple.  What have you loved most about Chip and Joanna being on TV?

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