A DIY Faux Roman Shade And Chipping Away At My Farmhouse Kitchen Facelift

I’ve been chipping away at a farmhouse facelift for my kitchen!

DIY No-Sew Faux Roman Shade

Here’s the farmhouse style mood board I’m working off of.

Farmhouse Kitchen Moodboard

 Other than replacing my old table with the new black round one, the most drastic changes that I’ve made are to replace the window treatment and the can light above my kitchen sink.

DIY no-sew faux roman shade

DIY no-sew faux roman shade

The roman shade is a faux one and it’s no-sew too!

I’ll share the directions with you soon.

DIY no-sew faux roman shade

 I gave serious thought to repainting the walls, but then I remembered how much I adore black, white and green together when I found the black and white fabric.

I’m afraid that I can’t tell you what the name of the fabric is.  The place where I purchased it won’t give out that information.

I’ve been adding other farmhouse touches here and there too.  Like these cute porcelain urns that I placed on the window sill.  You might remember that I used a couple of them in a vignette on my kitchen island last week.

My footed, fluted bowl is such a versatile piece!  I’ve already used it in another vignette too.

Porcelain urns containing decorative orbs in the window sill

 In the below photo, you can get a glimpse of the Dollar Tree plates that replaced the brown tiles that used to hang on the backsplash

My sweet daughter added the typography for me with her Silhouette.

DIY no-sew faux roman shade

 I haven’t decided what to do about my little lamp in the corner.  I kind of love it just the way it is.  What do you think?

All in all, I’m in love with the way that the kitchen is coming along!

Farmhouse kitchen touches

In case you’re wondering, this is what this same corner of the kitchen looked like a couple of weeks ago.

Kitchen with maple cabinets

Do you like to dress your windows?  

Here’s another treatment that you might be interested in with step-by-step directions for making your own!

How To Make An Upholstered Cornice

How to make an upholstered cornice - step by step directions.

And find the tutorial for how to Make A No Sew Faux Roman Shade HERE.

How to make no sew faux roman shades :: WorthingCourtBlog.com

Find out How To Change A Recessed Can Light Into A Pendant In 5 Minutes, Without An Electrician HERE.

How to change a recessed can light into a pendant in 5 minutes - no electrician needed! :: WorthingCourtBlog.com

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22 Comments

  1. I’m lovin’ the farmhouse feel you’re adding in your already beautiful kitchen! The numbered plates are so fun, and your no sew roman is beautiful. Love your new light, too and look forward to seeing more!

    1. Aw, thank you sweet Becca! Trying so hard to de-redify and de-goldify things a bit!

  2. Nancy Carroll says:

    I’ve always loved your Verbena walls. Adding the black and white really makes it crisp! I’m loving the pendant too,; it looks great with the fabric of the roman shade. Can’t wait to see what you do with the bar stools and chairs!! That duogh bowl may go missing one day….just sayin

    1. Thank you GF. I’ll leave the dough bowl to you in my will….mkay?

    1. Thank you, Liz. So glad to see you back in blogland!

  3. Penny @ The Comforts of Home says:

    Your kitchen is looking wonderful! I love the window treatment you made and all of the white and green looks great with the black and white.

    1. Thank you, Penny. I had forgotten how much I like this color combo until I brought the black and white fabric home!

  4. Suzy I think this looks great and that fabric is so pretty. Can’t wait to see how you made this. I also love the light hanging over the sink.

    Cynthia

    1. Thank you, Cynthia! I was surprised at how much I like the looks of that pendant. It gives off so much more light than my old can light did.

  5. Shirley@Housepitality Designs says:

    You make the most gorgeous window treatments!…Love seeing you transform your kitchen!

    1. Thank you, sweet Shirley!

  6. Hi Suzy! Oh, I love your kitchen and all of your sweet touches you’ve added. The roman shade looks lovely and the fabric is so pretty too. Those green canisters are marvelous too. I love that little Rooster lamp and would it be cute it you covered the shade and a black and white check fabric? Just a thought! 🙂
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  7. This looks great! I like that new light fixture over the sink and the new window treatment. The touches of white are great too- and the rooster lamp is cute!

  8. Such a pretty ktichen. I love the warm touches, especially the green apple color. I can almost smell them when I see that color.

    Pam

  9. Love your curtains and the plates on the wall! Your kitchen is beautiful! Found you from the SITS linkup 🙂

  10. I especially love the white vases/jars with flowers on your windowsill!

  11. I love how the roman shade turned out Suzy! It gives the kitchen a polished and modern look. By the way–your kitchen is beautiful! I love the granite countertops and cabinets. Can’t wait to see what you do with it!