So Far This Year at Little Farmstead... (Part 2)

Hi Friends! How is your week going? I had so much fun seeing several of your porches on Facebook this past week! We even had someone from Australia post a picture of the kangaroos who visit her property. So cool! Blogging can start to feel pretty one-sided at times, so it was refreshing to get to look at pictures of your homes and comment on them. I'd love to do that more, so if you'd like, please join me on Facebook here.

Last week I shared Part 1 of So Far This Year, and here's Part 2... 
(Just click on the picture or the caption below the picture to read the full post!)

This one-of-a-kind chippy hutch was a hit on Instagram. It has been a great display piece in our shop space and now will be going to a new - actually old - home built in 1926. I love it when customers are excited to find just the piece they've been looking for!  

Unique Vintage Farmhouse Finds


Katie Cope's family farmhouse story is one of my favorites here on the blog. 
I admire their perseverance and can hardly wait till move-in day! 



 It's no secret that I love old pieces with stories to tell. You too? The windmill in our dining room came to the Pacific Northwest via a Missouri farm...




If you missed the posts about Amy and The Morrow House, I'm excited for you to read them! From the shiplap to the tall shutters, jaw-dropping kitchen, and unforgettable bathroom, you will be in inspiration heaven. This behind-the-scenes renovation story will pull at your heart-strings...




While we can't officially claim responsibility for the changing of seasons, we're pretty sure that our spring porch decor will give winter a major hint and wave good-bye... 


Our Almost Spring Farmhouse Porch


Part 2 will get you too...


The Morrow House {Part 2}


Not only does Cracker Barrel have great food, but I'm loving their farmhouse-style home accessories! And those cute faux flowers - they're from IKEA...




Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Xo