These rustic DIY wood shutters took just minutes to whip up and there are SO many ways to put them to work in your home decor.
Okay, so it’s no secret I love farmhouse style. There’s just something about the soft, neutral colours, the chippy paint and of course, all that rustic wood that melts my heart. I love the coziness that all that character brings to a space.
And friends, nothing says farmhouse like those charming antique elements with a long story to tell.
There’s the obvious – an old piece of furniture…
But, what really adds character to a space, is the unexpected.
One of my very favourite things to decorate with are those vintage architectural items – particularly antique doors and windows. The possibilities to be creative with them are absolutely endless!
Here’s the thing though – it can be hard to find that perfect piece. Especially if you’ve got a vision of what you’re looking for. Finding the real deal could take ages. Or sometimes you find that perfect piece, but the price tag just isn’t one you can live with.
Lucky for us, there’s usually a way to make one instead!
Case and point, these rustic shutters:
If you’ve been following along with our journey at all, this isn’t the first time you’ve come across these cedar shutters.
In fact, y’all have been asking for this tutorial for ages now and I’m so thrilled to finally be showing you how I created these simple DIY wood shutters.
To see the full tutorial, pop on over to Lolly Jane to read more.
Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!