You've probably heard the expression, when in Rome, do as the Romans. We've finally fully embraced that mindset in our shop, which is located in a #littlelogcabin. After the holidays, we did a two-day massive shuffle and moved nearly every piece on the ground floor to create a series of rooms so you can envision how these pieces would fit in your home.
We thought we'd take you on a little tour today and show you how we're creating a fresh modern farmhouse style that combines clean midcentury and industrial pieces with rustic and primitive elements.
Our hearth room features several handcrafted tables nestled in among these tufted upholstered pieces. Wood lamps echo the MCM vibe. Since we snapped this picture last week, a pedestal table and chairs has gone to a new home, and the rest of the hearth room is being updated with a new study vignette and another dining room.
In our large gathering room, a dining room vignette is currently featuring this beautiful Art Deco burled wood buffet. To chase away the winter blahs, we've paired chunky farmhouse candle pillars and a cathedral arch with succulents in a macrame hanger and tucked in potted ferns and botanical prints.
A new table with chairs are on their way to replace the table and chairs that sold from this dining room. (Tables and chairs don't stay long here, so if you see one you like, don't wait too long!)
One of our two farmhouse bedrooms blends rich deep blues and soft grays with off-whites and distressed tables for a tailored look. A waterfall armoire with bakelite handles offers stylish storage for linens or clothes.
A second bedroom next to this one features soothing taupes and creams with some natural wood pieces.
In our bedroom displays, you'll find painted and wood furniture, from beds and dressers to nightstands and vanities and desks, along with pillows, hand lettered signs and other items to feather your nest.
Our last stop on today's tour is this farmhouse dining room that we worked on after-hours this week. It features a large dining table that we're updating with General Finishes "Java" gel stained top over distressed white base, and an industrial wood cabinet re-invented into a fabulous primitive pantry.
We hope we've inspired you to do a little rearranging in your own home. Need more inspiration? Stop by and see what's new!
WHO WRITES THIS STUFF?
I'm Terry Lea, owner of Re-Invintage Home, a vintage home goods shop just south of Nashville in Murfreesboro, TN. A lifelong passion for vintage picking led me to open a shop with my picking pal, Sherri in 2017. Come see us!