By Danielle Blundell
It’s not like Joanna Gaines invented farmhouse modern style. But she definitely raised its visibility by beaming this rustic, charming, and yet somehow fresh (at the time) look into our homes each week on HGTV’s “Fixer Upper.” Honestly, before her, farmhouse vibes were achieved by putting roosters on everything and using fake sunflowers in old milk jugs as centerpieces. Or something like that, I think, but I digress.
The market may be a bit more farmhouse saturated these days, but I love seeing what small space homeowners and designers manage to do with this decorating style, simply because there isn’t room to go over the top. We could all learn a lesson in restraint from the tactful ways these tiny house and small space dwellers work farmhouse features into their overall decorating schemes.
November 30, 2018 at 08:15PM
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