When we bought the farm nearly 4 years ago the first thing we did was gut the tiny 50s/80s kitchen. We naively jumped into a complete DIY kitchen makeover, thinking we could have it done in 6 weeks or so…
This week we are continuing the Spring Farmhouse Tour series with a look at the master bedroom. Learn a few tips and tricks for creating a light and bright farmhouse style bedroom on a budget. Plus we have a big surprise for everyone who loves Bryarton Farm…
One of the great things about renovating a home on your own is that you are forced to take it slow. This provides more time to think through all possibilities. When Michael chose to spend some of his saved birthday money on home design software, we were able to come up with a completely new Read more
In our master suite we have come up with some simple, yet stylish solutions for design problems that many of you might be struggling with as well. As we get closer to the big master bathroom reveal we wanted to share a few of the small details that are making our master suite a show-stopping example Read more
Your master bedroom should be your oasis; a place that is both cozy and calming. But for the past seven months our master bedroom has been more of a disaster zone. You may remember the pictures from the first time we set foot in the farmhouse.
With a new baby on the way the master bedroom has been pushed higher up the priority list. Since Avonlee will be in her bassinet in our room for the first several months of her life, we decided that we better get the master bedroom ready for her arrival.