A broken ceiling fan is made over into a stunning piece of farmhouse style decor

Ceiling fans can be expensive, so it's not a good idea to just throw them away when they break or when you decide you're done with them!
Instead, why not breathe new life into them and turn them into a pretty piece of decor? Here are some awesome ways you can bring farmhouse style to old ceiling fans!
1. Farmhouse lighting fixture (h/t One More Time)
This was originally a simple, boring ceiling fan, but the blogger took some wire baskets and turned it into a gorgeous farmhouse lighting fixture! Why would you ever buy one at the store when it's so easy to make your own?
2. Simple industrial ceiling fan (h/t She Holds Dearly)
If you prefer a more simple style, this ceiling fan makeover is perfect for you. It doesn't have any lines, and the clean lines would fit in with almost any style of decor, but it's especially great for farmhouse style!
3. Upcycled light fixture candle holders (h/t Craft Your Happiness)
If you come across a truly broken ceiling fan, you might still be able to rescue the light fixtures! Here they've been turned into pretty little candle holders — this is such an easy DIY!
4. Easy industrial ceiling fan (h/t Seeking Lavender Lane)
This easy tutorial will show you how to completely transform an old ceiling fan with little more than a fresh coat of paint and some new light bulbs! This is the perfect project if you're not looking to put in much time and effort.
5. DIY farmhouse ceiling fan (h/t Patheos)
Instead of multiple wire-covered light fixtures, this DIY ceiling fan only has one! It's made from a wire garden basket, but the crystals make it look so elegant!
6. Windmill wall decor (h/t Sadie Seasongoods)
I would have never guessed that this windmill wall decor was made out of an old ceiling fan! It looks like it was made out of metal, but the wooden ceiling fan blades have just been cleverly painted.
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