Eclectic Home Tour – White Farmhouse Blog
They bought her husbands grandparents farm which is exactly halfway between her parents house and his parents house! Take the stunning tour of White Farmhouse Blog.
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Morgan of The White Farmhouse Blog has been putting her stamp on the old Michigan farmhouse.
The porch gives you a hint as to what waits inside and I love the primitive cabinet.
Layering a rug under a doormat is a fun way to add a little bit of color by the front door.
Stop to pet the dog before you enter through this rustic wood screen door.
Morgan and her husband did most of the work themselves from removing old paneling and peeling vinyl to restoring old brick that had been hidden behind cabinets for decades.
You can’t go wrong with classic subway tile, white cabinets and a big farmhouse sink – oh and the white stove is pretty amazing too.
Exposed brick adds even more texture to this mostly white kitchen.
A new white wood burning stove replaces and old black one and heats the whole house.
Every farmhouse needs a big farmhouse table and painted white chairs help break up all of the darker wood tones.
An old door turned coffee table warms up this neutral space and how cute is the little chair.
Schoolhouse lighting pairs with an antique chest of drawers and an Ikea sofa.
Lots of old wood was repurposed during the renovation.
Open shelves mean lots of storage and curtains hide the clutter. Matching wood crates give the shelves a unified look.
Wood shelves add storage to this small laundry closet.
Every backyard needs a red barn and I love the wreath above the outdoor sofa.
But I’ll just as happily take this newly built barn!
Stop by to visit Morgan at The White Farmhouse Blog for more farmhouse fabulousness.
Oh my! Each room is beautiful with great details. THANK YOU Kelly for sharing.
Beautiful! I wonder what her source is for the black three-footed planters I see around…
Hi! That planter is from wayfair, but it came broken and I know very many other friends who’ve had that person too! Anyways the planter sucks annnddd its sold out… so I recommend don’t buying it!
It’s amazing when you have talent what can be done in a house to make it a home. Thanks Kelly was very enjoyable.
Hello, how do I get the email address to this white farmhouse ?
Now that is white done right! All the wood, along with some metal, gives the home a warm feel instead of the cold, bland whites I see in some “all white” homes.
Thanks for sharing this one!
Agree this one has personality!
Beautiful and inspiring!!! I am doing a farmhouse Christmas decor this year and your decor helped me get some direction. Thanks!!!
The black rug in the kitchen? Where was it purchased? Just love it!
Hi! Love the place. I NEED to know where the fireplace was purchased from! Thanks for any info 🙂
Hi Theresa – just click the link in my post to visit White Farmhouse blog so you can ask her.
Wow, this is definitely one of my favorites! I love the antlers used for coat hooks, the white stove, the wood beams and of course the adorable dog!
It’s a fave of mine too!
So tempting, it would be wonderful to live out in a house like this but, the packing and moving and unpacking, my house looks pretty good. Thanks for the dream, i do love to look!! I love your tours and they have done some wonderful things to it.
I couldn’t live far from civilization Marlene!
It’s fun to tour a remodeled farmhouse. This one is perfectly done! I love the white stove. Also, the Schoolhouse light fixture is warm to my heart as I have one that goes with me to each new home.
I love that you bring your light with you Kelly!
Very beautiful home!! I couldn’t get over the floors.. styled to perfection
House goals! So glad you enjoyed the tour Jamala!
I’m trying to find a white wood burning stove like the one featured in this article. Can you share with me where you found this? It’s gorgeous! Thanks!
HI Laura – click the link in my post to go to White Farmhouse blog and ask her
Where are the drop cloth curtains from!?
I featured this home. Click on the link in my post to go to The White Farmhouse blog and ask
Where did the white wood burning stove come from? I love it!