Farmhouse Trend – Galvanized Buckets

3 galvanized buckets on the porch with lilac in one of them.

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Galvanized buckets have made a splash in the farmhouse decor world.

If you’ve found yourself drawn to them, but aren’t sure where to find them or how to style them… you’ve come to the right place!

I’ve put together three different looks as inspiration for these adorable galvanized buckets below. They come in a set of three. I’ve separated them in some looks to show how versatile they are!

Three buckets on the porch filled with flowers.

I was first introduced to 3-dimensional wall art by Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper. I instantly fell in love! This is such an easy look to achieve.

Two galvanized buckets are on the wall in the living room.

I used command strips, galvanized buckets from Midtowntwist, and faux or real flowers. Mine are faux from the store Michaels. I used faux Eucalyptus and Hydrangeas, which look incredibly real!

I used about 6 or 7 command strips to make sure these buckets stayed on the wall, but if your arrangement is too heavy you may have to use a small picture frame nail and drive it through the tin to secure it. (Command strips image is linked to Target.)

The galvanized buckets in front of the fireplace with eucalyptus in them.

I have several large fireplaces in my old home and I love to change out my decor seasonally. These buckets are a great way to change your decor without having to start from scratch every time. Use them for flowers, small birch wood, or seasonal garland and pinecones. Since it’s summer here, I went with some pretty flowers and eucalyptus.

Three farmhouse buckets on the porch and stairs, with eucalyptus in one of the buckets.

Lastly, I’ve used these buckets on my front porch. I’ve stacked them on my stairs to add height and interest.

This is another way to change out your decor seasonally. Don’t feel as though you have to fill every bucket with something. I’ve left a few empty and am loving the look!

The buckets on a console table in front of a wall with hanging baskets.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these versatile looks for farmhouse galvanized buckets!

Thanks so much for reading along pals!

Much Love,

Kori – From The Farmhouse Life


    1. I’m so glad you liked them! It’s so easy to do and adds so much interest to the wall! Have you even hung 3D objects to the wall before? First time for me!

    1. So glad you love it!
      Our house was built in the 1700s and has 6 fireplaces. Each very unique. I love to decorate them!

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