Last spring when we were on the search for our new home, two things were at the top of our list: coziness and character. Coming from a cookie-cutter style house, I wanted more than anything to find something that not only had lots of charm, but a place that was just oozing with warmth and love. You know how...Continue Reading

Last spring when we were on the search for our new home, two things were at the top of our list: coziness and character. Coming from a cookie-cutter style house, I wanted more than anything to find something that not only had lots of charm, but a place that was just oozing with warmth and love. You know how...Continue Reading

It says...Hard work never killed anybody but why take a chance.

It says...Hard work never killed anybody but why take a chance.

The White Farmhouse Blog home tour. ❤️ Love this James & Alice sign. https://www.etsy.com/listing/269810114/love-grows-best-in-little-houses-approx?ref=shop_home_listings

The White Farmhouse Blog home tour. ❤️ Love this James & Alice sign. https://www.etsy.com/listing/269810114/love-grows-best-in-little-houses-approx?ref=shop_home_listings

SIGN SHOWN: 36 wide x 48 tall LETTERING: white background/black lettering FRAME: HOB wood frame IMAGE: Styled by Susan @kindredvintage

This Is Our Happy Place *The Original* - Wood Sign

SIGN SHOWN: 36 wide x 48 tall LETTERING: white background/black lettering FRAME: HOB wood frame IMAGE: Styled by Susan @kindredvintage

Rustic Valance - would be cool in the mud room using the same concept for the benches and shelves. Original link invalid

Rustic Valance for the Bath

Rustic Valance - would be cool in the mud room using the same concept for the benches and shelves. Original link invalid

If you've ever watched Fixer Upper, then you know how much Joanna Gaines loves a salvaged windmill. But they are SO expensive...so I decided to recreate that same farmhouse look by repurposing some outdated ceiling fan blades into a faux, weathered, vintage windmill. How crazy awesome is that?? All the details are in the tutorial by #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

If you've ever watched Fixer Upper, then you know how much Joanna Gaines loves a salvaged windmill. But they are SO expensive...so I decided to recreate that same farmhouse look by repurposing some outdated ceiling fan blades into a faux, weathered, vintage windmill. How crazy awesome is that?? All the details are in the tutorial by #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

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