Last month I started a new series of posts on my top pinned images/ top pinned rooms…. and this is post #2 – woohoo!! I am recreating my top pinned image/room each month by giving tips and helping you get the look!! Click here to see Recreate this room: cozy cottage (for September).
So, this little modern farmhouse beauty has won for the month of October!! And it’s no secret why. The simple clean lines of the rustic wood planks blend effortlessly with the smooth round lines of the dark stained embroidery hoop.
Pop in some fresh greenery to the hoop and a welcome “home” sign to the inside of the antique frame…..and you have an instant modern farmhouse winner.
So, how do you recreate this look: modern farmhouse framed embroidery hoop? Let’s find out!!
***NOTE*** This is not my photo, but my top pinned image for the month. Just wanted to make that clear. thnx !!
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Recreate this Look: Modern Farmhouse Framed Embroidery Hoop
So, what or where do we think this vignette is? To me, this area looks like a niche (cut-out) in the wall -with a border trim and shelf at the bottom area for the antique knick-knacks. What do you think? But….. it could also be super cute over a fireplace mantel as an accent wall/area. Just thinking out loud here. Wink-wink!!
First things first:
Let’s start with figuring out the size since scale is key!! We are going to guess that this is a 3’x 3′ area = 9 square ft (or possibly 3′ x 4″ = 12 sq ft). Since I have some antique mason jars, I measured them to give me and idea of size. The smaller jar is 5 1/2 inches and larger one is 7 1/2 inches. So I am guessing that there are probably three 10″ or 12″ wood planks and one 6″ or 8″ wood plank (based off sizes of the jars up against wooden planks). Then I measure about 10″ on either size of the frame for the accessories, plus add the frame to that. ***Just wanted you to see how I calculated my dimensions.*** If you have a larger area, just increase the quantities listed below or go with bigger sizes to make it proportional.
So for dimensions to fit to 3×3 or 3×4 scale, we would need:
- 16″ x 20″ frame or 20″ x 24″ frame
- 12″ or 14″ embroidery hoop
- eucalyptus branch
- 8″ wide “home” sign
- 10″ & 6″ wooden planks (found smaller ones for installation)
- wine jug
- mason jars
- candle stick/old stair railing
- ivory candle
- muslin ribbon tie
***NOTE*** I have chosen items that will mimic “the look” of this pin, but will not be exact replicates. I have also added some items that support the modern farmhouse design that you might like.
Let’s look at some close up pictures to see what is needed to mimic the look. For me, it’s easier to put the accessories into groups.
- Frame + hoop group
- Right side group
- Left side group
***I did not add the hinges or other accessories (that I can’t see) – just FYI***
***SHOP ITEMS NEEDED***
3. 16″ x 20″ barnwood frame 4. 20 ” x 24″ frame
5. Embroidery Hoop 12″, 14″ 6. eucalyptus greenery
7. home sign wooden (different sizes available) 8. home size metal (one size) large
9. barnwood plank set (nail down) 10. faux wooden planks (peel & stick)
11. wine jug 12. antique reproduction mason jar – large, small
13. white mason jar 14. single candle stick -12″, trio
15. option 1, option 2, 16. ivory candle trio
17. muslin ribbon, linen ribbon 18. dark stain (hoop)
If you have any questions, let me know!! Send me some pictures if you decide to try this stunning vignette – I’d love to see how your project turns out!! You got this!!
Looking for more farmhouse or shiplap plank ideas? Try The Shiplap Guide: shiplap, tonque and groove, and plank walls (part 1) or 41 Shiplap Ideas (not just for walls).
Love Modern Farmhouse? Try 15 Best Black Chandeliers & Light Pendants, Modern Farmhouse Staple: The Antique Black Bed (part 1) or Modern Farmhouse Staple: The Antique Black Bed (part 2), 12 Best Modern Farmhouse Bar Stools, or Find Your Style: Four Farmhouse Mood Boards.
Have a Great Weekend!! Love & hugs 🙂
I am making the floating frame for a couples wedding shower and instead of the word home I will use their initial. How did you get the word home to float in the frame? How did you attach it. Thank you for your help.
Hi Emily! My recommendation would be to put 1 or 2 small, long nails if using wood (black marker on nails to hide), or wood glue a small wooden dowel (stained or painted to match wood). You can find craft dowels at Hobby Lobby or Michaels, or you could even use wooden skewers (cut down). Hope this helps! Send me some pictures of your project – it sounds adorable 🙂
how would you do this if you where using a brick wall as your back drop? How would you then have the word “home” to appear floating?
hi susan! i would recommend mounting putty – here’s a link: https://fave.co/2Ytn41c to stick to the brick.
then attach a small wooden dowel (cut short) to the putty (let putty harden) and float “home” on it.
here’s a link for craft dowels: https://fave.co/2ZH3hrL.
let me know how it goes 🙂
Where did you get the home sign, when I click on the link for 5he home sign ,it’s not 5he same…….???
Hi Barbara! The links provided are the only home signs that give you the most similar “look.” I could not find anything exactly like the custom home sign used. Hope that helps. 🙂
I found your blog while browsing Pintrest. I recently made an embroidery hoop wreath for my guest room, but I was having a hard time finding the right size/color frame that didn’t cost cost too much. Your link to the 20×24″ frame was just what I had been looking for and a price I was willing to pay. I plan on getting the the next size up frame which will better fill my space.
Hi Heather! So happy the bigger frame will work for you. Thanks for the positive feedback – means so much to me 🙂 Have a Very Happy Thanksgiving!
How do you attach the HOME sign in mid air?
Hi Ann! I recommend using 2 long nails to prop the sign on (depending on your sign and wall). Hope this helps. Stay safe – hugs! jael 🙂
Ok so the home sign is actually attached to the wall? I thought it was connected to the loop.
Hi Kristie! Yes, I recommend attaching it to the wood with a long nail.
thnx – jael 🙂
HOW COOL 👍🏼👏🏼♥️Thank YOU for Sharing!! And I LOVE ♥️ THAT someone Said they Were going to replace The word home With The couple to BE For A WEDDING 👍🏼GREAT IDEA!! G-d♥️Bless😊
yes – whoever created this little ensemble is so creative! it’s simple yet so sweet.
thanks for feedback-
hugs jael 🙂
Is it just me…..🤪
the boards behind the frame
…..isn’t that the wall?
If you look, the planks/boards are extending from both sides of the frame.
Therefore….wouldn’t the frame have no backing at all, just leaning against the planks/boards? 🤔
🖐, me again,🙋🏼♀️
🔎, 🕵♀️, 🧐
I zoomed in on that “floating” sign.
I see no nails, wire, putty!
Also, did you personally make one?
If so, how did YOU do the sign?
Hi Kathleen! Just to clarify: no, I did not personally make the sign. My recommendation would be to add a longer nail(s) to the wood planks to hang the word “home.” That’s how I would do it.
And yes, the wood planks are attached to the wall – in the niche. So the frame is an open frame, and most likely hanging from another nail where the ribbon part connects to it.
Then the embroidery hoop is simply floating (not attached either), and hangs by the white ribbon/fabric.
Hope this helps!
Hugs – Jael 🙂