so i found two amazing chairs for my kitchen this weekend - at 5$ each i really couldn't say no now could i?! and im so happy i didnt because i think they look amazing in my spartan little kitchen - i love that they match but well, dont
- usually i have a a tablecloth(one of the many from my collection) on the table, also a vintage find, but i wanted to show off the lines of these great chairs!! the bf loves them too and now we will have a set of two extras for when guests come so i dont have to whip out the metal folding chairs (ya i know). though now im thinking the area needs a bit of jazzing up ..... any suggestions?
well this is very exciting - cottage farm was featured in the decor8 series etsy "take five tuesdays" - if you aren't familiar with this blog, written by the wildly talented Holly Becker, you should go take a look, just be sure to clear your schedule for a few hours. thank you to decor8!
recently ive been thinking a lot about a "school house aesthetic" - especially since i passed up a wonderful old school chair/desk thrifting the other day - the sad side effects of living in a tiny studio i suppose - so today i have put together a little inspiration board of sorts - and have another great post ive been working on for a few days coming later in the week! enjoy for toady
loving the bright primary colors!
all items found on etsy from the following shops - everyeskimo, hellovictory, funretro, cottagefarm, cometwreckage, modishvintage
i have a great affinity for wood, especially in the kitchen - one of the things i treasure is a wood bread board my mom gave me - i love the way serving food on wood adds a wonderful rustic wholesome quality -
this lovely belongs to my mom - its an old pub board from europe and i jut love the way i makes a wonderful large cheese board for parties!
find this beautiful handmade board in this etsy shop
these gorgeous interior shots highlight a wonderful wood collection over at A Country Farmhouse - go check it out if you havent yet!!