These are the Prettiest Farmhouse Kitchens EVER!

 

Hey guys!  How is your week going? I hope it is going amazing! Summer is here which makes it super hard to want to stay inside all day! Pool days are calling my name. I wish I could lay by the pool everyday. Can we make that a thing soon? Haha

Farmhouse Kitchen - Farmhouse Sink - White Kitchen - Neutral Home - Neutral Kitchen - Rustic Kitchen - White Farmhouse Subway Tile - Farmhouse Kitchen Light - White Farmhouse Island - White Kitchen - Subway Tile - Black Kitchen
Farmhouse Kitchen - Farmhouse Sink - White Kitchen - Neutral Home - Neutral Kitchen - Rustic Kitchen - White Farmhouse Subway Tile - Farmhouse Kitchen Light - White Farmhouse Island - White Kitchen - Subway Tile - Black Kitchen
Farmhouse Kitchen - Farmhouse Sink - White Kitchen - Neutral Home - Neutral Kitchen - Rustic Kitchen - White Farmhouse Subway Tile - Farmhouse Kitchen Light - White Farmhouse Island - White Kitchen - Subway Tile - Black Kitchen
Farmhouse Kitchen - Farmhouse Sink - White Kitchen - Neutral Home - Neutral Kitchen - Rustic Kitchen - White Farmhouse Subway Tile - Farmhouse Kitchen Light - White Farmhouse Island - White Kitchen - Subway Tile - Black Kitchen

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I love bringing you guys gorgeous home decor ideas and DIY projects! It seriously makes me so happy when I am able to show you guys projects that I am so passionate about. Do you love being inspired by Pinterest and other interior design platforms? I know I do. I seriously love browsing websites for hours getting inspired. That is probably why I change the decor in my home so much!! Seriously like on the daily sometimes! LOL

I wanted to share some of my favorite Farmhouse and Rustic Kitchens! Hopefully it gets you inspired and gives you some great ideas! All of  these gorgeous homes are from HOUZZ. Have you guys ever been on that website? They not only have Furniture and Home Decor they have a home gallery of dream homes! You will love it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aren’t these kitchens stunning? Like seriously straight out of a magazine. BRB guys I have to go remodel my kitchen. 😉 I hope these brought you some inspiration like they have with me.

If you want to view more of the gallery where these pictures came from you can view them here.

 

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Decorate like a PRO the Easy Way and get Inspired by these lookalike Fixer Upper Bathrooms!

 

Farmhouse Home Decor - Farmhouse Bathroom - Modern Farmhouse - Shiplap - Farmhouse Sink
Farmhouse Home Decor - Farmhouse Bathroom - Modern Farmhouse - Shiplap - Farmhouse Sink

Hey guys! I love bringing you gorgeous home decor ideas and DIY projects! It’s something that makes my heart happy. So sit back and enjoy this blog post. Soak in all the inspo because I found some gorgeous bathrooms that you will love these lookalike fixer upper bathrooms!

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Decorating isn’t always easy. It can be so hard to find your design style. But I want to give you some tips and tricks to help you decorate like a Professional when you aren’t one with these lookalike fixer upper bathrooms. Something that has always given me inspiration is browsing homes on Houzz. This website is kind of like a hidden gem. A lot of people go to Pinterest or Instagram to get inspo! Which I totally do too. But a favorite place for me to fall in love with interior design photos is the Houzz Home Gallery.

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5 Tips to look like a Pro when decorating your bathroom:

  1.  Wood and Whites are so popular right now. Everyone that knows me knows how much I adore reclaimed wood and neutrals together. The color combination to me is perfect.
  2.  Mixing textures works. If you love multiple different textures it’s okay to bring them together when designing a bathroom. If you look at the photos below you will see many examples of shiplap, reclaimed wood walls, rustic vanity. They compliment each other well.
  3. Simplicity is a good thing when it comes to bathrooms. I am an over the top decorator. I used a lot of decor in my home maybe too much at times. But with my bathroom I keep it simple to look clean and organized.
  4. When you are out looking for decorations for your bathroom look for unique items. One of a kind decorations are better in my mind. I often find unique decor at the flea market, thrift shops, and yard sales. Look in your area to see if you have some local markets. I promise you find some awesome home goods.
  5. If you look at the photos below you will see that most of these bathrooms have greenery and floral displayed. That is something I love. Plants bring life to any area and look stunning in a bathroom.

So I want to share some of my favorite Farmhouse and Rustic Bathrooms! Hopefully it gets you inspired and gives you some great ideas! All of  these gorgeous homes are from HOUZZ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aren’t these bathrooms stunning? Like seriously straight out of a magazine. BRB guys I have to go remodel my bathroom. 😉 I hope these brought you some inspiration like they have with me.

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Thanks for stopping by friends. It means so much to me. I hope you were inspired by these bathrooms.

 

How to Distress Furniture without Sanding. This DIY Makeover is so FUN!

Learn how to easy makeover furniture in 3 easy steps. You can make furniture look antique and vintage without any sanding.
Learn how to easy makeover furniture in 3 easy steps. You can make furniture look antique and vintage without any sanding.

Hey guys! I hope you are having a happy Monday and had an amazing weekend. This weekend was crazy for us we had so much going on. During summer I always love to go yard selling. It’s seriously so much fun. A lot of my furniture is from yard sales. Giving furniture a quick paint job it gives it a new life.

This distressing technique is the easiest one you will ever see!

I will teach you a favorite technique I use regularly to distress furniture without any sanding. You can turn a regular piece of furniture into an antique lookalike. It’s seriously the best way to distress something. Why wait for 50 years for something to become weathered and old when you can make it look like that in a few short minutes!

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Let’s show y’all this amazing distressing technique and get down to business!!! Once you do it you will want to use this technique all the time!

If you aren’t in the mood to go yard sales, or flea markets?? Don’t worry you don’t have to!

Because I am sure you have something around your house that you have been dying to give a makeover to. Something that no longer fits your design taste, for instance.

The best part about this technique you won’t need any sandpaper. But you will need a bit of time to spare one afternoon to give that furniture a new life.

So here I am going show you step by step how you can turn a regular stool or really any piece of wood furniture into an old antique looking item without any sanding. There are only a few steps and will only take you a few minutes to do. Trust me, after this you will want to give a quick makeover to literally EVERYTHING in your house! 🙂

 

I have had this stool forever honestly and thought it was so ugly so I wanted to give it a makeover.

 

 

So I began by painting the stool white. Milk paint or chalk paint isn’t something I would recommend for this project. I just used white acrylic paint and it worked perfect. I’ve painted so many projects with milk paint and chalk paint and I love them! But because you are painting so many layers it won’t work out for this technique.

Click the link if you love using Chalk paint! I made chalk paint with the recipe and found it’s the best I’ve ever used!

 

 

Carefully I painted the entire stool to make sure I didn’t miss any of it. So be expecting the first layer to take the longest. The end result won’t look as good if you don’t take your time in the beginning.

 

 

You will want to paint a couple coats.

 

 


 

Painting a light brown streak on the edges using the paint color Brown Sugar once the white coats were dry.

Experimenting when crafting is something I love to do! So I have used a million shades of paint when distressing. I love the way light brown sugar color looked under the white layers.

Then I painted the edges where the stool would naturally start paint chipping. Using my finger and smudged down along the sides.

I found that using my finger made the “distress” look more natural!

 

 



 

 

I didn’t paint the entire edge. Just taking the brush up and down to create streaks that were about 3 inches long. Each leg had two or three streaks on it. Which turned out to the perfect look.

 

 

Once I painted all the leg edges brown, then I coated the top of the stool brown.

 

 



 

 

I let it dry for a few minutes once the top of the stool was completely brown.

 


 

After you have let your stool dry you will want to use White Elmer’s Glue to paint on the top of the stool.

 

 

I had to make sure it was evenly coated and all the paint was in the same direction.

 

You will want to pay attention. This part is super important, because it will peel in the direction it’s painted.

 

 

Then I painted the stool with glue I painted a coat of white paint on top while the glue was still wet. You need to make sure the paint hasn’t dried.

 

 

After the last coat of paint was covering the entire top I brought my blow dryer out and started to blow dry the paint and glue coats.

 

 

Once I saw that the white top coat start peeling away I knew the distressing stage was beginning. I started to see the brown layer through. The stool needs to sit for a couple hours to make sure it was 100% dry.

Distressing isn’t always perfect. We make mistakes! So don’t stress if it didn’t turn out the wait you wanted. Just try again!

You won’t believe how easy it is to start a project over to by painting over again!

 

 



Here is the finished project!

I love the way the stool turned out. It looks so pretty! I told you once you try this easy distressing technique you will want to give a quick makeover to all the things in your house!

If you want to see how I made these pretty shabby chic books you can see it HERE.

 


 

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The Best Farmhouse Storage Bins from Target.

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Hey Friends! Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope you had a great Memorial Day Weekend. This was the first year Tyson and I stayed in town and it was actually super relaxing. Which was sooo nice! Can you believe it is almost summer time? I am super excited. Pool time is my favorite! Nothing better than getting some sun.

So I wanted to put together a list of some of the cutest farmhouse storage bins from Target. I love Target as I am sure every other woman does. Lol. It’s so funny I always walk in to buy 1 item and walk out with an entire cart full!

You will love all these adorable storage bins. They are perfect for convenience and style.

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The EASIEST Rustic DIY Wood Magnets Made From a Ruler.

Hiiii guys! How are you doing? I hope your week is going fabulous! I have been making so many different fun crafts lately. These magnets turned out to be one of my favorite DIY crafts. I’ve sold them at many of my craft events and give them away as gifts. On the other hand, it makes me want to keep them all for myself! Seriously, I adore them.

But really you won’t even believe what they are made out of! Truth be told, it’s rulers that I cut into small pieces! It was such a good idea. Which most importantly they were so affordable! Even though they barely cost anything to make they looked like they would have cost a lot to make. Isn’t saving money on crafts the best thing ever?

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Truly I have been making wood magnets for a while now. Because I just love how easy and cute they are. You will love making these simple rustic magnets. They barely cost anything to make!

Items you will need:

 

First you will start with your rulers. I cute them into pieces that were 2.5-3 inches long.

 


 

Once they were cut into pieces I lightly sanded the sides to smooth the edges. Then stained them with Minwax Dark Walnut.

 

 

 

 

 

I stained and painted them with acrylic paint.

 

I painted them using stencils as well as hand painted designs.

 

 

Once the paint was dry I hot glued a strip of magnet on the back of the wood piece.

 

Here is the finished project you guys!

 

 

I absolutely love these Rustic Wood Magnets! They are so much fun and they look adorable on the fridge! I can’t wait to see your DIY Wood Magnets! Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram.

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10 Farmhouse Clocks on Amazon for Cheap!!



 

Hey guys! I hope you are having a great week. I have been dying to buy a new Farmhouse Clock to hang above my fireplace. It’s seriously such a big decision though because there are so many cute ones! I put together a list of a few of them for you guys.

 

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They are so cute for such a good price!


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


I hope you love this list as much as I do! Have a great rest of your week friends. Let’s see some pictures of your clocks that you get! Tag me on Instagram! 

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