15 DIY Rustic Farmhouse Lamps + Lighting Projects You'll Love - I Like That Lamp

15 DIY Rustic Farmhouse Lamps + Lighting Projects You'll Love

15 DIY Rustic Farmhouse Lamps + Lighting Projects You'll Love


This week we're shining our hefty spotlight on one of our very favourite lighting styles: The  Rustic Farmhouse!  It's a staple style of home decor and is constantly being reinvented by DIY-ers. To get you inspired to create your own farmhouse style lighting, we turned to some of our immensely talented fellow makers to see what projects they've come up with. Keep on scrolling down to see the best DIY Rustic Farmhouse lamps + lampshades that caught our eye this week.


This Burlap and Zinc-Finished Farmhouse Lamp was once a $5 thrift store find made of brass and white glass  //   Rustique Restoration


This lamp's distressed look was created by adding a few layers of spraypaint, then lightly sanding it in random areas // Grace Lee Cottage


Originally a dark green lamp, this little number was ever-so-stylishly updated using joint compound and paint // A nderson and Grant


Who would've thought that placing birch sticks in a half gallon sized mason jar would look so pretty?! // The Country Chic Cottage


It's hard to believe that this lamp once had a tacky brass finish. With a layer of antique wax + paint, the result is just gorg! // M ama's Dance


Gathered twigs + twine + a hot glue gun + scissors + lamp kit = one seriously beautiful rustic farmhouse lamp base // Heathered Nest


This twine wrapped lampshade was crafted by yours truly. All you need is twine, a hot glue gun + DIY lampshade supplies // I Like That Lamp


This gorgeous DIY Lamp was inspired by a $350 West Elm birch lamp and a man who thought, "I could make that!" // P retty Providence


Using natural fibers on a lampshade, like on this tapered sisal shade, immediately adds a farmhouse warmth to a room //  Sand and Sisal


There's nothing more farmhouse-esque than wood. And this lamp scores double points: A wooden base AND shade // The Merry Thought


This maker used a chip brush, antiquing wax + spray paint to achieve a brilliant weathered wood finish for their lamp //  Gather and Flourish


Purchased at the local Goodwill for $3.93, this little lamp wasn't always the country-chic lamp you see before your eyes //  T he Latina Next Door


This clever maker crafted a unique rustic country lamp out of a baluster! And the result: The perfect farmhouse lamp //  Sadie Seasongoods


This farmhouse-chic sconce light was built for approximately $25, using a rustic corbel and a nifty cage light - we love! //  S hanty 2 Chic


It's surprisingly simple to turn an everyday object into a lamp. It took less than an hour to DIY this little number - and it's farmhouse fab!               // I Like That Lamp

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