Today’s Eclectic Home Tour is an 1800’s farmhouse that is so full of character and charm. Tour The Cobbler Shop on Concord to see how she uses antiques, rustic finds and a whole lot creativity in her beautiful home.
Jess of The Cobbler Shop on Concord knows farmhouse style because she lives in an honest to goodness farmhouse in Massachusetts complete with rustic wood beams, wide plank floors, and lots of thrift store and vintage finds that fit the style of the house.
The new kitchen has farmhouse details like the hanging enamel pendant light over the sink and simple open shelves.
A large brass light is perfect over the round kitchen table.
Look at all those original wood beams and shiplap walls!
Jess made these rustic DIY sliding barn doors to disguise the TV.
The house is very kid friendly but Jess says this is the only room that is off limits to kids! I love the bold blue paint and layered rugs.
Collected over time, ironstone pieces fill this old pine hutch.
The new sink only looks like an antique and the simple wood shelf is perfect for displaying thrift store finds.
Upstairs the high ceilings lend a bright and airy feel and an old sign is the perfect farmhouse touch.
An iron bed and romantic ruffled bedding add texture to this simple master bedroom.
From the cement tile floor to the black iron shower doors to the industrial vanity, this is a dream bathroom.
A little girls room is has the same rustic details that are throughout the house.
It even includes this adorable built in bed.
The 1800’s barn is currently used for storage but one day Jess hopes to turn it into usable space.
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