Author: Margie Gardner

From the living area looking towards the back is the kitchen area then beyond that is the bathroom.  We took a vintage door that was originally pulled out of the farmhouse and made it into a trolley door for the bathroom.  This allowed the door mirror for prepping and with it being a trolley door it took up less space.  And who doesn't like the look of all of that trolley hardware?  With the door open, it showcases the beautiful vintage mirror attached to the wall of the bathroom.  This mirror came off of an old vanity desk. If you know

Our 2018-2019 winter project was to build a tree-house honeymoon suite. We have lodging options in our farmhouse and in our Mimi Guest House, but we wanted a special option for our bride and groom's.   Though we embrace the "farmhouse-vibe" both at our farm and with our other lodging options, we wanted to take it with a new twist with our new project.  We envisioned a cute "mini-farmhouse cottage" style.  The white outside walls, turned porch columns, long and skinny front windows, a cozy front porch, and a tin roof all SHOUT farmhouse.