Hi there my Friends. I wanted to add a little personal note to all of you today. I just wanted you to know that I have been in the hospital for over a week (but still writing the blog from there : ) But just in case I don’t post a few days I don’t want you to be alarmed. So this episode is not as current as I would like it…but it is still fabulous because all of our blogger friends are AMAZING!!! Love you all! It’s Sunday so that means it is time for What’s New In Fixer Upper Farmhouse Home Decor and we are now on Volume 18! Well it still looks like you are enjoying this weekly special…so we will continue to keep sending it your way. Today you will see some DIY Projects with a Farmhouse Flair like Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Shelves…A Farmhouse Bathroom Makeover…an incredible Produce Stand DIY and much much more. I guarantee you will be totally inspired and have so many new ideas after checking all of these ideas out you won’t know what to do first! Enjoy and then of course CREATE!
Yvonne over at StoneGable is sharing some fabulous Tips To Refresh A Room. So if you are looking for little things to perk up a space…drop by and she will fill you in.
Ok…this is a Farmhouse OMG moment…not only is Annie over at Zevy Joy a master at Contemporary Farmhouse in her home…she is now the Queen of the Farmhouse Camper…yes…I said Camper! Throw all those visions of a Girl Scout Environment or a Tent with Sleeping Bags…this is a Hilton Farmhouse and probably the only thing that would ever get me to think of Camping lol! Check this post out…it’s amazing!
You are in for a treat…so come on in and visit with Gail as she shares her beautiful Farmhouse Summer Tour over at Refresh Restyle! Prepare for some Farmhouse Freshness!
Nothing says Farmhouse Summer Time Goodness like fresh Peonies! Drop by and visit Liz over at Love Grows Wild and take the time to smell the flowers!
I am loving this next Farmhouse Style Accessory DIY from House Of Hawthornes. This beautiful Birdcage Planter was upcyled from a regular Birdcage…so if you happen to spot one at a Garage Sale or at the Thrift Shop…snatch it up and have your way with it…I guarantee it will be spectacular!
This Distressed Farmhouse Dining Room Table Makeover from Ashely over at Cherished Bliss is gorgeous! Drop by and she will share the step by step that you can use on your own fabulous piece! True Farmhouse Goodness!
When I saw this beautiful Fresh Greenery-Table Runner over at Lia Griffith I knew I had to share it will all of you. It’s a fresh take on a wonderful table runner that your Farmhouse Table will adore! You can use different types of greenery and add your creative touches for the picture perfect setting! Check out the DIY and have fun!
If you love a collection of gorgeous Farmhouse Style Visuals…then you need to stop by Liz Marie’s Blog for the Weekend Recap. You will be totally inspired and have brand new ideas to implement into your own Farmhouse. I had to share this picture because this little furry guy was just too cute not to share (don’t you agree : ) Enjoy!
Don’t you just love the look of this creamy…dreamy Farmhouse Ladder? Well if you want to know how you can get this look for your very own…drop by Making It In the Mountains for the DIY. You can transform any special piece into a Farmhouse Beauty…even an old ladder! Enjoy and be Inspired!
Here is yet another collection of Tips…7 Designed Secrets Every Homeowner Should Know from The Honeycomb Home. There are some simple tips to make your space even more glorious. Come and be inspired and check out the secrets. They all do easy to implement…ENJOY!
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
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