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 Little Farmstead is a place where you’ll find country living inspiration, wide-open spaces, and plenty of room to dream! Visit the blog for journal-style posts about farmhouse living, decorating ideas, entertaining, gardening, and bits and pieces of family life. Browse our online shop for curated farmhouse wares that we hope will bring more joy and beauty to your home. 


Our Story and Home 

We had been looking for a farmhouse with acreage in the Pacific Northwest where we could put down roots – and wear boots…just past, but not too far past, the city limits. In 2013, the week before Thanksgiving, our prayers were answered and our dream came true… 


The Shop 

We hope you’ll enjoy browsing through a collection of farmhouse-inspired items from the past and present. All products are either things we use, or would use, in our own home. You’ll find little every day luxuries like candles and laundry soap, to one-of-kind vintage treasures. 


Our Book 

Little Farmstead Living: Creating a Country Life Just Past the City Limits is our family’s story of life on our mini farm – the dream and the reality. It includes something for everyone: interiors, animals, gatherings, gardening, farmhouse finds, and seasonal celebrations. If you’ve ever dreamed of life in the country, or merely appreciate the simple joys of country living, this book is for you! 


The Blog 

You’re invited to the blog where you’ll find regular posts about farmhouse living, ideas for decorating, entertaining, gardening, and bits and pieces of family life. It’s a place where we can come together and share inspiration. I’d love for you to stop by! 


Hi, I’m Julie. I live on a mini farm in the Pacific Northwest with my husband, our three sons, dogs, cats, chickens, ducks and sheep. 

For many years, we dreamed of our own little slice of country where there’d be room to roam, garden, keep some animals, and enjoy time with family and friends. Living here on our little farmstead has been a dream come true! 

I write about home décor – embracing both American and European farmhouse aesthetics, and share many of the simple joys of country living such as celebrating the seasons, hosting gatherings, family traditions and little bits of our everyday lives. 

I’m so happy you’re here and hope you’ll subscribe so that we can keep in touch!