DIY Farmhouse Apron Hook

I have a thing for hooks and love using them throughout the house!  My husband found these cute vintage shabby hooks for me awhile back for 50 cents each, score!  I decided it would be fun to make a DIY farmhouse Apron Hook with them.  Using lots of scrap wood and a few tools I was able to create a fun farmhouse apron hook for the kitchen.


Scrap wood or Baseboard (decorative or flat)
Wood Trim
Wood Glue
Wood Filler



Cut the wood to your desired size.

Measure and cut your trim wood using 45-degree angle cuts in accordance with your measurements.

Using wood glue, adhere the cut pieces of trim wood to the pre-cut scrap wood.


Line up your hook and mark whee you need to drill your holes.

Drill the holes and secure the hooks

If you have any area’s that need to be filled you can use a wood filler so everything looks seamless. Paint the whole piece to your desired color.

Center a hanger along the upper back edge of the frame and nail it in place.
You now have a beautiful wall hook you can use anywhere in the house!


It’s that time, where we have all taken a thrift store find and gave it a makeover!  Make sure to check out all the other fabulous projects,they are all so creative!

Large Trinket Box Makeover from My Repurposed Life

Fixing Up a Broken Birdhouse with Barnwood from Sadie Seasongoods

Vintage Wall Pocket Organizer from House Of Hawthornes

Bling Bottles from Petticoat Junktion

Stripe Painted Tray from Domestically Speaking

Wooden Step Stool Makeover from Refresh Restyle

Farmhouse Apron Hook from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Pedestal Makeover from Our Southern Home

Thank you so much for stopping in today, have a great rest of the week!

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  1. Kristin
    What a great score! You’re lucky to have a husband that finds stuff for you instead of complaining about you bringing more stuff home!

    I love how you used the vintage hooks.


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