Vintage White Painted Furniture Roundup

by Beth on July 30, 2014

Dresser Transformed with White Latex Paint

You know that furniture style that you always go back to?  The one that catches your eye no matter where you look?  For me that style is simple….vintage….shabby chic white.  I LURVE white painted furniture.  It’s so simple and clean looking.  Today I wanted to share with you a few of my favorite white painted… Read the rest of the story »

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Vintage Table with Hand Painted Details

by Beth on July 28, 2014

Counrty Grey Table

Hi friends, happy Monday to you!  Did you have a good weekend?  I’ve got a busy week ahead so I spent some time taking care of various household things.  I also got to meet with the builder about the house I’m helping design and do some shopping for that.  I’m getting excited and can’t wait to… Read the rest of the story »

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Flash and Speedy

If you follow me on Facebook then you know I’ve spent lots of time this summer working on finishing out the barn where I have my studio and shop.  It’s where I keep most of my treasures and have all my barn sales.  We’ve spent the summer concreting the floor, moving walls and making sure everything… Read the rest of the story »

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Antibes Green Inspired Dresser

by Beth on July 23, 2014

Antibes Dresser Before and After

I found this dresser at a thrift store and decided I’d paint it using a crackle technique.  It seemed like the perfect candidate for an extreme makeover. I had recently seen a similar dresser when I was out junkin with some friends and completely fallen in LURVE with it.  It was painted in this amazing LOUD green and it made such a statement.  I… Read the rest of the story »

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masterbath clawfoot tub

Hey friends!  Did you have a good weekend?  I was busy painting and waxing kitchen cabinet doors and the weekend flew by too fast.  I’m super thrilled to be going and installing the doors back on today.  This kitchen is getting some great updates.  I can’t wait to share all the after photos with you!!!… Read the rest of the story »

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Painted Cabinet Tutorials

by Beth on July 17, 2014

Painting Kitchen Cabinets with Annie Sloan the Reveal

Hey everyone, how are you?  I’m blazing through summer over here. Project after project.  I think we’ve made more changes around the farm this summer than ever before!  It’s so much fun…..not sure hubby will say he’s “having fun” until all the projects are completed but he’s still smiling while checking off our to-do list… Read the rest of the story »

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How to turn a crib into a bench

Hey everyone!  What’s up?  Are you having a busy summer?  I know I sure am.  We’ve tackled lots of projects around the farm this summer.  It’s hard to believe my kids will be starting school soon.  Do you get excited or sad when it’s time for your kids to go back to school?  For me… Read the rest of the story »

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A Visit with Two Purple Couches

by Beth on July 8, 2014

Book Worm

Hello Farm Fresh Vintage Finds fans! I’m Emily, I blog over at Two Purple Couches and I’m super excited to meet you all today! Beth and I met over Instagram photos before last year’s Haven Conference, and when I finally bumped into her during a session, it was like bumping into an old friend! And… Read the rest of the story »

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A Visit with Petticoat Junktion

by Beth on June 24, 2014

Beth and Kathy at Haven 2013 in Atlanta

Hi everyone!  Today I want to introduce you to my sweet friend Kathy of Petticoat Junktion.  Kathy has an eye for “junk” like you wouldn’t believe and can turn seeminly useless things into works of art.  I’m so blessed to know her and call her friend and I hope you guys will enjoy her blog… Read the rest of the story »

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Before and After Shakers

Here’s proof, if you were debating, that I’ll paint just about anything….today I’m gonna show you how to chalk paint salt and pepper shakers!  I bought this set of shakers at a yard sale.  I was super excited when I found them because the ones I’ve seen in retail stores can be nutty expensive.  And… Read the rest of the story »

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