Thursday, February 21, 2019

Farmstead Decor {All in the Details}

Hi Friends! I hope you're doing well. If you're thinking that the picture below could use a big bucket of lilacs, so am I. Stay tuned... About two more months. ;) Until then, I thought I'd share some simple farmhouse details that add lots of character and charm in any season...

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In our family room, vintage galvanized chicken nesting boxes serve as bookshelves. And grain sacks, with their history and texture, have been repurposed as pillow covers.

Shelves are styled simply with a vintage inspired sign, linen towel, vintage books, succulents and dried lavender.

 Did I mention vintage books?

"Fresh Eggs" signs are practically synonymous with farmhouses, are they not?!

Chippy antique shutters, an old bistro chair and a beautiful basket filled with blankets make a fun little grouping, or they can be used separately around the house, wherever you need a dose of country inspiration...

Thank you for stopping by today! I appreciate it so much.



  1. I alway love seeing your nesting boxes. So, so cute and they will look fabulous with some spring blooms.

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  4. I recently decorate my own and I was looking for some design ideas and you gave me a few. And painters stoughton ma will help me for my remaining interior painting.


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