Tuesday, June 5, 2018

A Farmhouse Blog Post Round-Up: Part One

I can't be the only one who feels like 2018 just started? And here we are in June

I want to take a moment to thank you for reading my blog. It's been five years since we moved here to our little farmstead, and four years since I started blogging. Sharing with you here has made this journey even sweeter. I've been blessed to connect with many of you over a shared love of farmhouse style decorating, mini farm living, animals and gardening. I always love hearing what you're up to, so please feel free to comment and I'll do my best to get back to you.


Today I thought I'd begin a round-up of posts this year to date, in case you missed them the first time around. Just click on the image or the link beneath to read the full post...



A sampling of what you can find at Our Farmhouse Shop Space.




A peek inside Our Farmhouse Family Room...



Brighten up your kitchen with Fun Farmhouse Kitchen Accessories.




It felt good to complete Our Farmhouse Style Home Office Makeover!




In this post, I shared Unique Vintage Farmhouse Finds, and talked about what I keep and what I take into the shop.




Sometimes an unexpected container helps make just the right Farmhouse Flower Arrangement.


So happy you stopped by! Hope you have a wonderful day...

Xo

4 comments:

  1. Hello!
    Love all of this! Are the flowers in the tea canister faux or real. I'm trying to find faux buttercups (in the US). I found lovely ones in UK, but the shipping was just a little too much for me. Thank you for sharing! Sincerely, Cynthia

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    1. The ones in the tea canister are from IKEA! They're really cute in-person as far as faux goes. :)

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