THE FLOYD FAMILY
Living in an Authentic Farmhouse
BRYARTON FARM: Our Story
After meeting in college Michael and Sara Jo, both artists, married in 2009. They shared a dream of owning a historic farmhouse in the country as a creative space for their art and design studio. So in May of 2014 the Floyds jumped at the chance to start a new adventure together when they purchased an 1893 “fixer upper” farmhouse and barn on about 4.5 acres in beautiful rural Kansas. They named the shabby little farm Bryarton Farm as an alliteration. Briar = the beautiful untamed Kansas prairie, the letters A R T at the heart of the name represented that God wired both of them as artists, and Ton = to save this forgotten piece of America’s heritage they knew would take a TON of work. Bryarton seemed to spell out their dream perfectly.
“We love going for family walks down our country dirt road and envisioning our little farm as it must have been over 123 years ago“
BryartonFarm.com is a blend of all of the Floyd’s passions: art, design, and historic home restoration. Their relationship with Jesus Christ and each other are the catalysts for their artistic creations. This blog will share what it is like to live on a fixer upper farm and all the things you can do to bring out the hidden potential in any home. Whether your home is new construction or built in 1893, the Floyd family hopes to encourage and inspire you. A lot of hard work and love goes into everything they do. Don’t miss all the hiccups, adventures, and great design ideas that this creative little family shares each week on BryartonFarm.com.
If you love vintage farmhouse style decor, then check out the Floyd’s Etsy shop. With frequent sales and an ever-changing inventory, they make owning unique original art within your grasp. Calligraphy, watercolors, and home decor items are just a few of the shop’s offerings. Now you can get the look of the Bryarton farmhouse in your home.
Sara Jo Floyd has a degree in commercial art. Her roles are mommy, interior designer, photography stylist, calligrapher, fine art painter, and primary writer for the blog. She is working full-time from home on all things Bryarton Farm.
Michael Floyd has a minor in graphic design. His roles in Bryarton Farm are graphic designer, head renovator, photographer, calligrapher, and editor. All of this while working a full time job as a warehouse worker.
Camdyn “Cami” Grace Floyd is five. Her role on Bryarton Farm is spreading sunshine with her sweet spirit and precious smile. She loves to ride her pony and “help” her mommy and daddy around the farm.
Avonlee “Avee” Rose Floyd is two. She’s half sweetheart & half stinker. We wouldn’t have her any other way. She may look like a baby doll, but Rosie Posey makes life on Bryarton Farm like a glass of apple cider. Sweet with a tangy kick! #theteriffictwos
We are so blessed by God to be entrusted with the care of these beautiful girls. Life on our little farm is sweet!
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