I know you guys are probably tired of seeing this same room time and time again, but honestly this is the only area of the house that is presentable right now. We have one whole end of the dining room taken down to the studs and we were going to rebuild it but honestly taking down the plaster and lath is so messy that I am beginning to think that we should just gut the whole room at once. But that requires me being patient, (which I'm not so good at) because we don' t have the time or the money to do it right now. And I bought the most beautiful cupboard (needs a major makeover) to go in the dining room and I can't wait to paint it and put pretty things in it but I don't want anything in that room right now if we are gutting it. And in the meantime the cupboard is just calling my name longing to be pretty again. I also want to repaint the living room so I haven't been wanting to photograph it until I get to that. And on top of it we are going to have our chimney put in the family room sometime in the next couple of months...which I am head over heels excited about but that too will create havoc:/ It will all be great in the end but bear with me in the meantime!
And I wanted to take a second to thank my assistant who is always right there next to me while I take my pictures....
she is the best helper, she is especially good at throwing pillows on the floor:)
I so love love your home .......so simple ....and love old farm houses ....love you helper OMG what a doll..keep posting Im always a fanReplyDelete
I for one am not tired at all with your lovely room! It is so hard living in a reno mess isn't it! The wait will be well worth it I am sure if this one room is any indication of your sense of country style! Hang in there!!ReplyDelete
So pretty and the cutest helper ever!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year.
You have the cutest helper ever!!! I too am in the middle of a small reno so not a lot of fun pictures to share. The journey is worth the wait. fondly ~lynne~ReplyDelete
You can show me that pretty room again and again (and the sweet little girl too!).ReplyDelete
Love the simplicity ! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
I love your photos. And I feel your excitement on projects yet to be done. I am very thankful that you are including us in your dream house. I only wish my house could look as lovely.ReplyDelete
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I think you're safe showing us your loverly home time & again my friend ~ we all love to visit with you! give that angel-baby a hug from all of us here at Notforgotten Farm ;)ReplyDelete
you could show your work in progress i am sure we all would be interested and how bout you kitchen? nancyReplyDelete
Hello from Missouri! I recently discovered your blog and feel like I stumbled on a treasure!! I spent the last few days recovering from a nasty strep virus that had me down and out, so I was able to (DEVOUR!) read through all your archives. It was fun to read backwards and see how much amazing progress you've made on your lovely house. I would LOVE to see more of the demo/reno photos as you go ahead with your next projects; it makes the "pretty" After pics all the more meaningful. You're awesome!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful helper you have!!! Love your house as always, I don't think you would ever be able to make a wrong design choice. Love each detail!ReplyDelete
I love your floors (and the rest of the home, too)! How are they finished? We have an old farmhouse and we have the original pine floors almost ready to finish. Out with the nasty 70s carpet and 4 layers of linoleum and vinyl! Yea! But now I have to decide how to 'finish' the pine floors. What did you do? Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
Hi Michele! We have used various methods to sand the floors in our home, but I always do the staining and poly by hand myself. In this room we actually used a planer on the floor boards (you can see the whole process in my post "Family Room Part Two") and then I refinished them with Minwaxs Dark Walnut. In our kitchen I scraped the glue left from the linoleum by hand and then sanded them with a hand held sander and then stained them the Dark Walnut. In our dining room we rented a giant floor sander from the Home Depot and then I stained them by hand. Let me know if you have any more questions and good luck!Delete
Really don't mind seeing your home over and over again. It's always worth a look!ReplyDelete
We waited on the bathroom, and it was well worth the wait. Last night I couldn't sleep so I did a search on Pinterest for Farmhouse 5540 and looked at your home over and over again!
What color do you use for your walls?ReplyDelete
The walls in this room are Glidden's Swan White, all of the colors I use are in listed in the side bar also!Delete
Your home is just so beautiful, I look at it over and over and never tire of it. You are an inspiration.ReplyDelete
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