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Couple harness charm of a horse barn to create a home
We also started collecting black wrought-iron pieces. Q. Did the old saddle in the stable Jon made the dining room table from planks that were on a bridge that leads to our house. We also had to repair some areas of the wide plank red oak flooring
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35 New Habitual rattan, iron, polystone and linen table lamp, beige linen round shade with outer dark gray diamond pull one's finger out rattan shell, tarnished finish black iron curved post with wrought iron branches, leaves and bird, tiered turned wood-category round
Relaxed and Garden, Home Decor, Specification: Product Dimension: 6Hx11Wx14.5L InchMaterial: Iron and glassProduct Description: Danya B unique route candle holder is perfect for adding some magical glow of candlelight to your indoor or outdoor table. Its circular design makes it an idyllic centerpiece to be used by itself or in combination with a floral arrangement. Use it to decorate around an umbrella in a patio table. Candleholder is made of wrought iron in black finish and comes full with six clear votive glasses. For use with tea-light or votive candles (not included)
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I have been blogging for almost 8 years and I still am not sure what my style is. It has evolved tremendously since I bought our house and even before then. I loved Tuscan decor back in the day, then it went to white. Everything white. Then I started loving coastal. With the coastal, I started wanting to add more and more old character. Before shiplap was a main stream word, I started adding planks throughout my house to get this feel. I gradually started adding more and more rustic elements, woods and metals. So, how did I take my house from a traditional-tuscan-coastal-who-knows house to become a little more like a farmhouse. For the decor, I have kept most of my same larger pieces and have decorated around them. Some things have cost more than others. Some things I bought not knowing I liked the farmhouse style, and yet they fit it perfectly. My style has obviously evolved over the years and my taste in things still changes, so this didn't happen over night but it probably could. So although my house isn't a complete 'farmhouse', it's a happy medium for me without changing out everything I own. When decorating my house, these are the elements I'm drawn to that help add to the whole cozy farmhouse feel:. Metals : I stood clear of most metals back in the day. In fact my house was full of glass instead. But I have slowly started to incorporate metals into my decor. This can be done through trim on furniture pieces, baskets, galvanized buckets and accents. Different types of metals can be used from wrought iron to galvanized steel. Rustic Elements : Rustic elements can be anything from wall treatments to small things like old locks and keys you put in a bowl. I'm kind of paranoid about what 'rustic' elements are brought into my house. I know some people can bring in the oldest of things and not think twice about what's living in them, but I can't. So most of my rustic pieces are actually new things that just appear a little worn or old. Wood : The thing that made the most difference in my home was when I started to bring in wood pieces. The wood just jumps off the white in my house. But, it doesn't always have to be dark wood. It can be light wood and even painted wood too. It's the character of the wood that helps get the feel in most cases. And I don't care if my woods match. I have dark woods and blonde woods in the same areas all the time. Texture : This goes along with the wood. Bringing in texture in forms of other things too like throws, pillows, books, plants, natural fiber rugs, and even wall treatments like shiplap and board and batten. I like to use lots of natural elements as well like sea grass, driftwood, firewood, antlers, and tree branches/twigs from outside. Muted Colors : Another modern farmhouse element is muted colors. Lots of pictures you see on Instagram or blogs right now are whites, neutrals and wood tones. I have kept my house mainly neutral and white with the wood tones since I just love seeing how the wood jumps off the white. Layers : Bring in the layers with lots of pillows and blankets. This helps to give a great cozy farmhouse feel. Layer pillows and blankets into totes or buckets. Also, layering in the form of adding decor to tabletops and walls. For instance, I could have just placed this plant on my table, but instead I placed it in this cute bucket, on top of some books, in a basket. Or place a vase in a tray with other elements on top of a table runner. Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. I too used to be all about Tuscan and then suddenly went to the all white phase and then started adding farmhouse touches. I had to laugh at the part about adding words because I've done EAT in the kitchen, WASH in the bathroom and COFFEE by our coffee station and the hubby has given me such a hard time. Always looking for new DIY projects for my new place.
Cast Iron Cleaning (shortening, vegetable oil)
Iron Chef Chinese - Chef Chen's Mapo Tofu (bean sauce, chicken broth, bean sauce, chili oil, black beans, garlic chives, ground pork, pepper, sake, salt, vegetable oil, soy sauce, tofu, black pepper, vegetable oil, water)
Black Bean and Millet Salad (black beans, cilantro, cucumber, onions, parsley, red pepper, tomato, water)
Grilled Flat Iron Steak with Chimichurri Sauce (olive oil, water, oregano, steak, sherry vinegar, thyme)
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