Farmhouse and rustic are definite style cousins. So what better way to add rustic style than with light fixtures reminiscent of a farmhouse? Today I have a fantastic roundup of DIY light fixtures for your farmhouse home. These light fixtures are made from items that used to actually live in a farmhouse. Take a look!
Old milk cans are classic farm implements, so why not repurpose the funnel of a milk can into an amazing pendant light? This pendant light is the perfect touch in a farmhouse kitchen.
Would you believe that this light fixture was the hood of a GEM water pump in another life? This light is the perfect example of having a vision when you look at old farm relics. Try to imagine what they can become if given the chance!
Nothing says kitchen light fixture like an old enamel colander. This is so easy to put together with a light kit from Amazon.
This old barn pulley must have been begging to be converted into a unique light fixture. The best part about this one is that you don’t need any special tools or wiring to make this conversion. It practically converts itself!
Wire flower baskets easily convert into pendant lights. Since the bulb gets lots of exposure here, experiment with different bulb styles to get your favorite look.
It’s very easy to paint an existing metal industrial style light to give it the exact color you want.
This example of a DIY farmhouse light is probably the most unique on this list. Would you have thought to repurpose an old farm ladder and dress it up with lights and crystals to make a farmhouse chandelier? I wouldn’t have, but I love it!
If you want to make these light fixtures for yourself, click on these corresponding links! It’ll be easy with these tutorials!
Knick of Time Milk can funnel light
Knick of Time water pump hood light
Knick of Time enamelware light fixture
Knick of Time barn pulley light
Knick of Time wire flower basket pendant
Homeroad how to paint a metal light
Meegan Makes rustic chandelier