Jennifer of The Willow Farmhouse lives in a small rural Ohio town in a 1918 Sears & Roebuck Dutch Colonial with farmhouse flair.
Jennifer says: “My favorite thing about our home is the original authentic character that has been preserved over the last 98 years. Our bathroom floors are original, as well as all the trim and floors. Our kitchen farm sink is actually original to the house as well – and is even stamped 1918 on the back. When the house was renovated in the 50’s, the owners moved the farm sink to the basement to be used as a utility sink. Last year, we moved it back to it’s rightful place in the kitchen.”
She had me at shiplap and open shelves and that amazing sink original to the house.
Love the mat grinder attached to the shelf!
Love the rustic simplicity in this mismatched dining room.
The original windows that swing in have such character.
Crib turned porch daybed.
How cute is this fence made from old pallets.
The perfect place for Henrietta and Mabel to run around … when they’re not going for a wagon ride!
A morning glory covered trellis makes a perfect little hideaway for a glass of coffee (or wine).
And the piece de resistance – the potting shed.
Not only does Jennifer have a house to die for but she is also the founder of Gable Lane Crates.
They send trending decor to your front door complete with suggestions and ideas to style your products! There is a new room theme every month as well as 1-3 different decorating styles so there’s something for everyone.
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