This old chicken crate is one of the things I took to the antique show to sell and we used it in the front of our booth to hang signs on. Well it didn't sell, but I am actually glad because I am going to use it to hang signs on here at home.
For more information on our porch visit this post.
I move this little bistro set around our yard quite a bit but for now I have it by our back gate. It seems like a good place to sit and watch the deer and turkeys come through, not that I actually ever have the time to do something like that:/ It is more likely to be where I have a cold beer after I rake the leaves.
More autumn touches inside too!
The little wooden caddy that I have for sale in my Etsy shop holds two mums perfectly, until it sells at least:)
We spent this past weekend taking the aluminum siding off of this side of our house. We weren't sure what we would find under it so we were nervous but turns out all of the original clapboard is still there! We couldn't be more excited!
Next on our list to do list this fall is put in new windows (small bathroom one is already in) and then paint this whole area.
I love this time of the year and I am loving all the wonder fall decorations you have sprinkled around to make your home feel festive.ReplyDelete
Lovely fall decor. The chicken crate is awesome. Lucky you guys to find the original siding. Can't wait to see how it turns out. Love your blog!ReplyDelete
Everything looks so pretty and perfect for Fall.ReplyDelete
I really think you were not supposed to sell the chicken crate. It is perfect for your farmhouse. Looking forward to seeing the side of your house all done.ReplyDelete
Love! Love the old siding! What a treasure!ReplyDelete
Wonderful as always. I really look forward to your posts.ReplyDelete
Is that a slipcover on your couch? If so, where did you find it?ReplyDelete
Its from Walmart, found it years ago, sorry!Delete
The siding is wonderful. I can't wait to see the transformation. I love your fall decor.ReplyDelete
So happy to see the wonderful clapboard siding! Your home is beautiful!ReplyDelete