The colors are no less than amazing. I've been using shades of white at my house for the Shabby look and here she's used shades of taupes and greys for her farmhouse style. There's still the staple white background but, the colors are just a little richer and in turn I think show off the rich wood tones.
Simple benches and a great farmhouse table ready for guest at a moments notice or dinner with your family.
There's hardly anything in this home that wasn't purchased at a yard sale or thrift store. Of course she puts her magic touch to it with some painting and distressing but, not anything that any of you can't do. In fact I see a simple project right away here. See the little shelf next to the door? I see them all the time at Goodwill for a few bucks. Give it a coat of paint, add some hooks and you're set!
I actually happen to have this exact chandelier. At the moment it's covered in moss and hanging on MY back porch as a "garden" channy but, will soon be coming down and getting a little makeover. I'll use milk paint for sure. It will just take some time before a bit of rust starts to show.
I love the way they placed the stone around the bottom. Beats lattice work for sure and how original!
The stair case is simple but not plain. The stairs are grey and the handrail is "chippy" white and yes that is a word in my field anyway Lol! The grey almost seems to have a blueish green cast to it that lends itself perfectly to the outdoors. How about that landing? Looks to be maybe 9 stones and seems like it always been there!
You don't even notice that the benches are different from one another but, with paint it all goes so well. An old galvanized pan and picnic screen on the table with a sweet little pitcher finish off the ticking table cloth in cream and almond to a "T"! If you're trying to get this style you don't need to look far or spend much. I'm just going to start painting what I have AND maybe a little stripping down to bare wood to get this look. Most of us already have what we need to do have the farmhouse style. we just need a little paint and sandpaper to bring it to fruition. Make sure you wax to protect your pieces and if you're trying to keep an original paint job in tact , just brush a clear coat of poly over it and you're good to go!