Tuesday, April 24, 2012

A new favorite in my house tour collection...

This Ohio farmhouse is chock full of second hand, vintage, and antique furnishings and accessories, which simply make it really fun to tour. More than the house though, I love the grounds...
I love this shot...so peaceful



I adore this birdcage as decor, but I'm not really a fan of caging birds...


They scored the four poster bed on ebay.

This chicken coup used to be a cupola.

A shed is used as guest quarters.  I would probably use this as a painting studio though....





The sink is an old soapstone basin.

what do you think of the house and grounds?


via Country Living

10 comments:

Linda W. said...

What a lovely home and the property is gorgeous! Everything you would want in a country setting. The tranquility was almost tangible as I looked through the photos. Thanks for sharing the beauty!

Angeline said...

Yes! I love this home & gardens too! I especially love the living room w/ the chesterfield and the chicken coop for it's rustic-ness...beautiful post!

kunstecht said...

This pictures are so beautifull. But im glad too. My atelier the "gARTenhouse" is readdy. If you like take a look on my side. Greetings from Germany. kunstecht

Mrs. Sutton said...

Oh my - SO MUCh to love here! That raised bed garden in the first image is absolutely divine, and the chicken coop? Those must be the most stylish chickens in town - they should have THEIR own interiors magazine spread. LOVE.IT.ALL!

Cynthia Banks said...

I'm totally with you...love the cage, the birds? not so much...love the outside and grounds -- incredibly gorgeous. And that soapstone basin is to die for! Thank you for sharing -- love it! That chicken coop too!

How2home said...

Love the pictures of the yard. Are you interested in turning a part of your outdoor garden into a little herb garden? Eieihome can help you with that..check out our link! Hope it will be helpful.

http://www.eieihome.com/blog/how-to-plan-and-plant-your-own-herb-garden.html

Enjoy!

Rusty said...

I am lucky enough to be good friends with the owners of this wonderful farm. It is a very charming, unique property that has a certain quality that you can't just "make". The acreage, gardens, all the many and much-loved animals work together to create that quintessential country farm that everyone thinks of.
Glad everyone got to see a little glimpse of it.

Rural Society said...

Thanks Decorology for putting my farm on your blog...I can't live in England so I try to bring it to Ohio...you can find more photos of my farm and finds on my blog www.theruralsociety.com.....I will definitely be following yours....Page Price The Rural Society at Warwick Farm!

ashley@decorologyblog said...

@rural society - Your property is stunning! I will stop by theruralsociety.com!

Kelly Ciancio said...

It sure is a lovely home. It looks inviting and very warm. The white hue of the house complements the lushness of the surrounding. But what I just adore is the kitchen. It’s very simple yet classy. I would like to work in that kitchen everyday!

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