Have you ever considered updating your decor with some repurposed farm goods? It may sound a little bit silly, but there is some real beauty in it if you look at it with the right pair of eyes. Each piece of old farm stuff has its own charm and can be turned into something useful, functional, and just plain awesome! You’ll see examples below. I promise you’ll never look at “junk” the same way again!
Repurposed farm equipment for decorating
This DIY Chicken Feeder Light Pendant from Hymns and Verses literally flips the idea of a chicken feeder on it’s head.
I can’t think of a cuter use for a chicken feeder than this Farmhouse Garden Planter I saw on House of Hawthornes.
Planters are a popular DIY project. I found two different types of chicken feeders repurposed into planters over at Cottage in the Oaks.
This Topsy Turvy Galvanized Planter from Cottage at the Crossroads looks great on a porch or in your garden!
Check out this repurposed farm nesting box used on this porch at The Pennington Point.
Sadie Seasongoods put together this amazing DIY Garden Trellis using old garden tools. What a great idea!
If you’ve got an eye for art, you’ll really want to try this one: Garden Art Made from Old tools made by Empress of Dirt.
At Flea Market Gardening, old tractor parts get new life as centerpieces. How smart is that?
What do you think about this picnic table Prairie art Metal made entirely from repurposed farm things?
I found another fabulous picnic table idea at Homedit. The seats are old tractor seats. How cool is that?
Do you have any other ideas for repurposing farm equipment into home decor? I’d love to see what you’ve done with it in your own home!