Happy Farmhouse Friday, everyone!
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I’d be willing to bet the farmers of yesteryear never would have dreamed that we’d turn their work-worn sacks into beautiful things, and copy the look of them as well.
Do you think this love of grain sacks as modern decor is a trend that’s here to stay, or do you think it’s a passing fancy?
Here are a few of my own grain sack inspired projects!
My Rustic Framed Seed Bag makeover was my first big project using old seed bags.
This Rustic Framed Seed Bag hangs in my kitchen, where I enjoy it every day.
You can make your own Grain Sack Banner with my printable images!
I added a new Feed Bag stencil design to my line of Vintage Sign Stencils.
I used grain sack style fabric on my Typography Chair.
My Upcycled Foot Stool was made in the same style.
I used blue stripe fabric on this Upcycled Camp Stool.
Now let’s look at some amazing projects by other bloggers!
Feed Sack Chair Makeover by Prodigal Pieces is gorgeous!
And with the pieces left over from the chair, she made a Feed Sack Purse!
Also from Homeroad are Grain Sack Bottle Bags.
I love these Easy No Sew Curtains by Organized Clutter!
This Union Jack Pouffe by Sew a Fine Seam was made out of European grain sacks.
Also by Refresh Living is this beautiful Oatmeal Sack Pillow.
This look isn’t for everyone, but I love the Deconstructed Chairs by Restoration Hardware that look like they were made from old burlap sacks.
Painting Grain Sack Stripes is very popular, as seen on these projects!
If you missed any of the previous Farmhouse Friday themes, you will find them all HERE.
Next week’s theme will be farmhouse kitchen tours! Add the link to yours below, and you may get featured!