A refresher course in retro storage and service. These classic lidded glass jars have been in production since the 1940s, the perfect see-through container for snacks or for ladling up beverages like lemonade or sangria.
If you have always loved the look of a farmhouse inspired kitchen but aren't ready to rip out your old (or new) cabinets and countertops, there is a way to add a few inexpensive elements that can give you the feel you want! Get 7 INEXPENSIVE tips to help give your kitchen a farmhouse feel!
I have a fun little DIY project for you today sponsored by Minwax®️️. I have been wanting to build an arched chalkboard for my kitchen for a while now and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity. Minwax®️️ is sharing stories and projects of people taking personalization to the next level with the help of...Read More »
If you've spent the past couple years binge watching episode after episode of Fixer Upper—ohh-ing over the house transformations and ahh-ing over the impossible adorableness of Joanna and Chip—then these DIYs are for you. Cue the reclaimed wood and call in the shiplap, because each of these projects shows farmhouse style at its most fabulous.
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