New Living/Dining Room

Do you have a room in your house that you feel like is never completely finished? Never quite the way you want it to look? Well, I certainly do, and that room is most definitely our living room! Our living room has come a long way in the four years we’ve lived here, and today I am so excited to share with you the latest update to this space. We’ve switched around furniture, decor, lighting and even changed the layout of our living and dining rooms! Go grab a cup of coffee (or your beverage of choice), and I’ll dive into the MANY changes we’ve made in here!

Welcome to our new and improved living room…

Check out this beautifully decorated farmhouse-style living and dining room!
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Celebrate Summer Home Tour

The days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising, and it’s starting to look a lot like summer at our little farmhouse! Today I’m going to give you a look at our (early) summer decor and share some of the rooms we’ve been working on lately. Welcome to the Celebrate Summer Home Tour! Come on inside!

Master Bedroom

This beautiful, old farmhouse is ready for summer with fresh flowers, relaxed decor, and plenty of sunshine. Come take a tour!

Here’s my motto for summer decorating: relaxed, casual, cozy, fresh. [Read more…]

Milk Can Coffee Table

Hello, sweet friends! The last few months here at the farmhouse have been a complete whirlwind, from a major kitchen renovation to writing my first book. I’ve been consumed with these massive projects, but today I’m going back to one of my very favorite methods of decorating and DIY. I’m turning something old and unwanted into something new and beautiful for our home, and I’m doing it for less than $50!

Take a look at our beautiful new coffee table.

How to turn an old milk can into a gorgeous coffee table! See how this blogger created a unique piece of furniture perfect for her farmhouse at

This week I spent a glorious afternoon sipping on some Starbucks and shopping around the thrift stores and antique stores in town. I walked past old chairs with floral fabric, dressers with years of wear and tear, lamps, window frames, and a few benches, but nothing really caught my eye. I wandered up to the top level of the old antique warehouse where they keep the stuff that doesn’t sell and stumbled across an antique milk can hiding underneath a crooked formica tabletop with a random hook attached. [Read more…]

Living Room Slipcovers – A Comfort Works Review

Brought to you by our friends at Comfort Works || Hi, sweet friends! A miracle has happened in our living room, guys. A beautiful, wonderful, life-changing miracle in the form of custom linen slipcovers on our sofas! I am so excited to finally share all the slipcover details with you guys, including the awesome company I ordered them from and the day I took a knife and pair of scissors to our couch cushions. Don’t worry, haha… I’ll explain all of that in a second!

A cozy farmhouse living room with beautiful linen slipcovered sofas. See how to get this custom slipcovered look at!

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Spring Armoire

Yesterday was the first official day of spring, so I thought today we be the perfect time to do a little spring decorating and introduce you guys to a gorgeous new piece of furniture we added to our living room. Some of you have already seen Instagram sneak peeks of this beautiful antique armoire we brought home a few weeks ago, and I am so excited to finally get it all styled and decorated and up on the blog. Isn’t she beautiful?

A gorgeous antique armoire decorated for spring in a lovely, little farmhouse. See more photos at

The last few weeks have been pretty chaotic around the farmhouse, as I had to get the entire house ready for photo shoots for my book coming out on December 6th. Every single room got a face lift in the process, but for weeks I couldn’t figure out exactly what I wanted to do in the living room. No matter what I put up on the walls or how many pillows I stacked on the couch, the room was lacking personality and character, but I just couldn’t put my finger on what it needed. [Read more…]