Farmhouse Remodel: The Bathroom

As many of you all know, Braden and I have embarked on one of our most exciting adventures of remodeling and restoring an Italianate/Colonial farmhouse that was built in the 1860s. There is something so special and intricate about the details, labor, and thought that went into constructing homes during this time. Construction wasn’t exactly easy then, so I like to think that each detail was a true labor of love.

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Build Your Own Farmhouse Style Table Out of an Old Door (For under $15)

After our last post, which included pictures of our dining room setup, we have had a couple people asking about the “vintage farmhouse table” that was shown. Truth be told, the only thing that is “vintage” about that table is the old, wooden, barn-style door that forms the tabletop, and not much else. Before we get too far into this, let me start by saying that all of the posts on the website so far have come from Afton’s point of view, being more of a design perspective (and spoiler alert: the majority of the posts in the future will probably come from her, as well). However, for this week’s blog post, I felt led to take over the metaphorical reigns, temporarily, to show you how you can easily make a farmhouse-style table similar to ours in a short day’s work. Continue reading “Build Your Own Farmhouse Style Table Out of an Old Door (For under $15)”