During the holidays, life can feel a bit stressful and money can get tight, so today I wanted to share my secret to creating a beautifully rustic Thanksgiving centerpiece on a tight budget.
For over two years now, I have been sharing with you the rescue and restoration of our daughters’ playhouse that we have been doing alongside the rescue and restoration of our real 1893 farmhouse. I am happy to say that it is finally finished! So join us for a fall farmhouse tour of mini proportions…
Over the years we have tried to use this platform – our blog, to share the journey our family is taking. This story began as a historic farm restoration, but after three years now on Bryarton Farm the narrative has grown to be about restoring so much more.
In my last post I shared how I styled my front porch for fall on a tight budget. This week I want to give you a peek inside the farmhouse to see how I use those same principles in my entry and living room. Come on in and enjoy this cozy space…
The beauty of country life is effortless; decorating your porch for fall should be too. I want to share simple ideas for letting God’s breathtaking creation inspire beauty for your home. You don’t have to spend any money. It’s all about using natural elements you already have to create farmhouse-style charm.
If you love farmhouse style, then you probably love just about anything with a buffalo check pattern on it! I have had my heart set on having a few buffalo check pillows in our living room, but spending $30+ on a pillow cover was never going to be in our budget. Check out this simple Read more
Just because your little ones may be scared of the loud fireworks, or can’t stay awake past 8pm without a serious meltdown doesn’t mean they can’t celebrate Independence Day too. It just means you must find other ways to include your toddlers or preschoolers in the forth of July celebration. We are sharing a few Read more
As the weather warms up, we shift from focusing on the kitchen to the exterior of the farmhouse. We are also welcoming many new members to our farm family, and enjoying the beauty of spring in the country. So this week we are sharing a fun Video Tour of the farm in all its spring splendor, Read more
When I shared a shot of my farm sink on Instagram I had several questions and requests to write a post detailing how I refreshed an antique sink. Here is a step-by-step tutorial for anyone trying to do this on a super-tight budget. I am going to show you what did and didn’t work. Hopefully Read more
This spring has been a season of growth for us, not just in the usual sense of blooming flowers, but also in the size of our farm family. Last week I shared the cute little pony that Camdyn had finally saved up enough for. This week it’s Avonlee’s turn to share her new farm animals…