A salvaged farmhouse home tour sharing how to decorate with vintage and thrifted items.
Let’s take just a moment, shall we?
Disclaimer…… you will need a comfy chair and a cup of coffee, or tea, for this week’s salvaged feature.
Sandy, at Vintage_Bliss on Instagram, is an Aussie with a serious flair for all things rustic and chippy.
Today she is sharing a Salvaged Farmhouse Home Tour with us, so let’s go…….
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FARMHOUSE LIVING AREA
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As you can see already, she has an eye for style and her hubby makes wonderful things just like the Mister does.
For this table, he found the wheels at a yard sale, built a frame, and finally added an old door…HELLO Industrial Style Coffee Table!!!
In this corner, she stacks up pictures of the family…Great Grandparents, Grandparents, and their mums. All other items are junkin finds!
Sandy shows a perfect way to decorate a corner…items like the shutters and lamp are at different heights, a similar collection in the frames, and different textures.
This garden gate is a perfect decor piece as it can be displayed both in the garden and indoors.
Do you think Sandy would let us borrow this INCREDIBLE meat safe? All we can say is WOW!!!
This was on her veranda for years. She tried it inside and viola. Sometimes you just need to move a piece to a new space and let the magic begin.
The only new things in this pic -pillows and wreath; everything else was thrifted!
“My absolute favorite thing to do is thrifting and garage sailing with my hubby.”
When they bought their TV, Sandy couldn’t find anything that would work so guess what? Yep, her hubby made it!!!
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN and DINING ROOM
When her girlfriend found this big rustic farmhouse table but it was too big for her space, what’s a friend to do? Of course, you must rescue the table!!!!
When Sandy found this huge timber shelf, it was marked down 75% but was stained an ugly color. With a little chalk paint, she has a wonderful farmhouse item for her kitchen wall.
With flowing linens and a rustic bench, this is everything we love about the Farmhouse look!
“This chair is very special to me. It belonged to my Mother-in-Law who passed away last year. She always loved how I decorated my home.”
Last but not least….you cant forget about the animals ~
This vintage cot was going to a day bed but the dogs claimed it. A farmhouse dog bed..now that’s style!
One of the things I love about Sandy, besides her love of junkin, is she is always changing things around and it’s always inspiring! This is seriously just a glimpse of her beautiful home. Go and follow her on Instagram to see lots more! You will not be disappointed!
Thanks for joining us for this amazing Salvaged Farmhouse Home Tour.
MORE FARMHOUSE IDEAS
Here are some more farmhouse projects for you:
- 20 Budget-Friendly Farmhouse Projects
- Upcycled Chip Paintbrush Wreath
- Under $500 Thrifty Kitchen Makeover
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