Welcome back for part II of our Farmhouse Holiday Series Tablescape with Homegoods! As promised on our last post here is a look at our tablescape with Homegoods this morning! I didn’t change a thing but I think it’s fun to show the space with two different personalities. One dark and moody, the other sweet […]

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Welcome back to one of our favorite Holiday tours to date, The Farmhouse Holiday Series! Thank you for stopping by as we share our part I of Christmas tablescape with one of our favorite sponsors Homegoods! Tablescapes are some of our very favorite things to create, and this one with one of our very favorite sponsors, […]

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Our bedroom just got a whole lot cozier! I am so happy that The Farmhouse Holiday Series is back! A few weeks ago we shared some of our favorite spaces decorated for fall and now that it is Novemeber we are kicking off the tour with our Christmas decor! Don’t worry, we still celebrate Thanksgiving […]

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  • Christmas Bedroom - Ella Claire - […] Farmhouse | Rooms For Rent  |  Kindred Vintage  |  My Sweet […]ReplyCancel

    • Casey Sementilli - Where did you get your daughters nightgown? love itReplyCancel

      • susan - It’s actually from lands end! But from a few years ago!ReplyCancel

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  • Plaid Christmas Bedroom Decor - […] Farmhouse | Rooms For Rent | Kindred Vintage | My Sweet […]ReplyCancel

  • Rustic Christmas Master Bedroom - Shades of Blue Interiors - […] Farmhouse | Rooms For Rent | Kindred Vintage | My Sweet […]ReplyCancel

  • Jamie - Hi, can I ask where the wallpaper is from?…maybe I missed it? ThanksReplyCancel

    • susan - Sure thing! It’s from Anthropologie! Thanks for stopping by! XoReplyCancel

  • A Cozy Cheerful Farmhouse Christmas Bedroom - […] Farmhouse | Rooms For Rent | Kindred Vintage | My Sweet […]ReplyCancel

  • Ashlea - This is so very lovely. I’m feeling inspired to decorate our bedroom this Christmas. It too has been the last on the list- but I am slowly piecing it together. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration. xoReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you for visiting and for your sweet words! They truly mean so much! Xo happy decorating!ReplyCancel

  • Jen @ Migonis Home - This is so gorgeous, Susan! You did such a dynamite job of making it feel comfy and cozy. I love your tree and the sweet photo of your girl by it. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you Jen! That means so much to me!! Xoxo hope you are well!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Love love love it all!!! Please tell me where your daughters nightgown is from ?ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you!! It is from Lands End believe it or not! But from a few years ago, not sure if they have it anymore!? XoReplyCancel

  • Ismaela Swanson - I simply love it all. But where can I get the wings pillows?ReplyCancel

    • susan - Stay tuned! I am about to do a whole blogpost dedicated to them! But they’re from Jolie Marche on Instagram! XoReplyCancel

  • Zan Turner - Hi Susan,
    I loved reading the story about your house and it is so fun to see how you fix it up and decorate it. It may have not being built in the way you like it but you have such a special touch in making it home. There is that clean simple yet sophisticated look that I love about everything thing. Your bedroom is so beautiful. I can only imagine curling up in that space with a good book or a movie on a cold winter evening. It is stunning and that bed from Birch Lane, I could not believe how inexpensive it is when I clicked over to the site. So glad you and your hubs (and kiddos) are happy with how it turned out. It will be fun to know more about the dresser and the rug. So beautiful!!ReplyCancel

    • susan - Your message is beyond sweet and I am so glad that you stopped by! Thank you for visiting and I know, that bed is amazing isn’t it?? Take care!! XoReplyCancel

  • Simple holiday bedroom decor - Jennifer Rizzo - […] Farmhouse | Rooms For Rent | Kindred Vintage | My Sweet […]ReplyCancel

  • Donna - This is one of the most beautiful bedrooms I’ve seen. Will you Please give details on the wallpaper, bedding, pillows, lamps, and the tree. I’m redoing mine soon and I love it all. Thanks.ReplyCancel

    • susan - Wallpaper is Anthropologie, bedding is beddys, pillows are Jolie marche, and the lamps and tree are Homegoods! I’ll be posting more pictures and details soon!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - Hi there! Love your style!! Can you tell me how tall your flocked trees are? Thanks so much 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - Hi Susan,
    Love your style!! Thank you so much for the inspiration! May I ask what sizes your flocked trees are?ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - Love you style, Susan! May I ask how tall your flocked Christmas trees are?ReplyCancel

  • Linda - Where did you get the lovely angel wing pillows? Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • I’ll have a [Blush] Christmas - […] to life with the pretty pastels and glam metallics featured in the fab spaces of bloggers Zevy Joy, Kindred Vintage Co., and House of Five. These fun and fem aesthetics make a statement with plush pieces from Layla […]ReplyCancel

Good morning friends! So to be completely honest with you this is one tour that actually had me a little bit nervous. As you probably know by now we bought our home two years ago as complete fixer-upper. We have spent a majority of these past two years fixing up the inside of our home, […]

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  • Welcome to the Fall Front Porch - Shades of Blue Interiors - […] Oliver | Jennifer Rizzo Design | Kindred Vintage | Liz Marie […]ReplyCancel

  • farmhouse holiday series | fall porch - Miss Mustard Seed - […] Oliver | Jennifer Rizzo Design | Kindred Vintage | Liz Marie […]ReplyCancel

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  • Rachel - LOVE! So smart to paint the steps! Such a darling space Susan– love the bench and the pillows!ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you Rach! That means so much! Loved your porch too! XoReplyCancel

  • Helen - This transformation is wonderful!?ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so very much and thanks for stopping by! XoReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much! XoReplyCancel

  • Patti - Painting the porch made such a difference – REALLY LIKE how you decorated/styled your porch! Thank you for sharing. (I like painted brick, too!)ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much! Isn’t it amazing what a little paint can do?? XoxooReplyCancel

  • Courtney - So pretty!! I love the white steps- what a difference!! And I have that cotton wreath as well (it is amazing!!! ) Your porch is beautiful! 🙂ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much! That means a ton, and we love our Painted Fox wreath! XoReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much! That means the world coming from you! I’m always so inspired by your creativity! XoReplyCancel

  • Diana - Can you share the front door color please? Your porch is perfect!ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much!! The door color is Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore! XoReplyCancel

  • Jamie Grady - Beautiful! The white steps with the navy door is my favorite combo! I am renovating my house currently with a lot of white an grays and finally came to the decision that navy will be our accent color. I look forward to following!ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much for your sweet words! I am so pleased with how it turned out! Happy decorating! XoReplyCancel

  • Rustic Fall Porch | Farmhouse Holiday Series - Ella Claire - […] Oliver | Jennifer Rizzo Design | Kindred Vintage | Liz Marie […]ReplyCancel

This post is sponsored by All Modern. I would just like to start out by saying this has to be one of the most fun tablescapes I’ve created. What started out as a $10 garage sale find transformed into a glam dinner party for the autumn season. About a month ago my mother and I […]

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Good morning, friends! Welcome! I can hardly wait to share one of the coziest spots in our home today, our living room! There are so many reasons why fall is one of my very favorite seasons.  The weather becomes crisp, the colors of nature begin to change to beautiful warm tones and it is the beginning of so […]

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Good morning beauties! I hope you have a hot cup of coffee, tea or apple cider, a pen and some paper handy so that you are nice and comfy and stay a while! The pen and paper, well I suggest having those around because trust me, once you begin reading you are going to want to take notes on this yummy treat!  […]

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  • Jennifer Rizzo - Your home always looks beautiful!! I love how it looks for Fall!!ReplyCancel

  • Courtney - Your dining room is always one of my favorites!! So beautiful Susan!! xoReplyCancel

  • Kristen Whitby - I love this! They are so perfect for Fall. And those mirrors always make my heart skip a beat.ReplyCancel

  • Tone on Tone - Hi Susan!
    OMGosh, the apple rose tarts – too beautiful to eat!!! But I volunteer to do so 🙂 And speaking of beautiful, love your home. Such an eclectic mix of styles, furnishings and textures.
    Cheers,
    Loi
    Tone on ToneReplyCancel

  • From the Front Porch - The Crowned Goat - […] were so many beautiful farmhouse kitchen fall tours last week. This one was one of my […]ReplyCancel

  • Rachel - I said it last year and I’ll say it again… this fall tablescape is stunning! And those rose apples are so elegant-looking! Can’t wait to see how your kitchen looks now!ReplyCancel

  A few months ago when we finished up our new sunroom/ family room I was so excited with the finished product although I’m glad for the construction to be completed. The process was fun yet tedious since I was able to design the entire room from scratch, a challenge that was both exciting and […]

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Welcome friends! I am so thrilled and honored to be participating in the #simplysummertour along with 29 extremely talented bloggers!  Speaking of talent, if you’re here from Jen’s blog, City Farmhouse, you know exactly what I mean, her tour was breathtaking per usual! A very special thank you to our hosts’ Nina Hendrick, Birchlane and CountryLiving for […]

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Hi there guys! If you’re visiting from DearLillie then you know that this patio tour is full of amazing ladies’ work!  DearLillie is my very first blog-crush.  I’ve been following her for years now and she was actually my inspiration to start Instagram and this blog.  I am so honored to be invited to join a tour […]

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  • Jen @ City Farmhouse - INCREDIBLE!!! I want to come over!!! Love what you created Susan! Have a great day! JenReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you Jen! And I would seriously LOVE if you came over!xoxo
      Loved your makeover as well!ReplyCancel

  • Jenna Sue - My jaw is on the floor! I don’t even know where to start. I love the way you created separate areas with different ground covers and vertical dividers, and that stenciled concrete is genius! You have some serious talent, woman. I hope you don’t mind if I copy everything on a future house 😉ReplyCancel

  • Dianne G - I love your outdoor patio space! So cozy and inviting.
    I’m sure you will make lots of memories out there this summer.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - The space looks great! Could you help me locate the ikea patio dividers? That is exactly what we are looking for! Any tips for how your husband put them together to reach that height?ReplyCancel

  • jan - Do you have a link for the ikea patio dividers? I have an area this would work perfect!ReplyCancel

  • Catherine - Susan- absolutely stunning! You and Rob created such a beautiful inviting space. Breathtaking!ReplyCancel

  • Emy - Wow! I love how you created the seating area! It looks so cozy! Also, super love the painted patio. Such a pretty patio space.ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much! Your kinds means so much!ReplyCancel

  • angela - OMG. This is GORGEOUS!! I just came across your blog today and SO glad I did. I’m also in the Chicagoland area (Mokena to be exact, if you know where that is). I’m very very very VERY slowly updating my house (I feel like it won’t all REALLY start coming together until I can do new flooring. Kinda like a blank canvas). Whereabouts in the Chicagoland area are you, if you don’t mind saying?ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - Absolutely LOVE this space! Any chance your husband would be open to giving a tutorial on how he rigged the Ikea dividers? 🙂ReplyCancel

    • susan - Hi there! Yes, here they are! Like I said in the post my husband had to rig them so that they were taller so basically we had to buy two sets and discard the bottom portion. I hope this helps! Applaro wall panelReplyCancel

    • susan - Hi Danielle,

      This is Rob here taking over Susie Q’s account. What I did was buy long metal brackets that I screwed into the back of the side panels. I found the aluminum brackets that you may see used people’s closets to support the wire shelves worked really well b\c there were long enough (~8 ft), rigged, already had holes in them, and come in brown to match the wood. To stand up the panels I extended ~2 of the 8 feet passed the legs of the bottom panel and used them as stakes into the ground. Lastly, I connected the panels together and to a wooden beam divider that was installed by the landscapers who installed the limestone. For this step I used corner brackets that anyone at Home Depot can direct you to. If you end up putting these together I recommend using as small a screw as possible, just a lot of them, so the Ikea boards don’t splinter.

      RobReplyCancel

      • Hannah - Wow! Everything looks beautiful! Do you mind sharing how many screens you used in all? And did you put two screens on top of each other for additional height? ThanksReplyCancel

  • Taura - I love those IKEA patio dividers. I can’t find them on their website, do you by chance no the name of them?ReplyCancel

    • susan - Hi there! Yes, here they are! Like I said in the post my husband had to rig them so that they were taller so basically we had to buy two sets and discard the bottom portion. I hope this helps! Applaro wall panelReplyCancel

  • Ali - You are giving me so many ideas of what to do with our little slice of concrete in the back! I love your concrete planters. Where are they from?ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you, Ali! All of the concrete planters are actually from Homegoods!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica | Petal + Ply - The stenciled concrete looks amazing! I may have to use that idea. Plus you picked one of my favorite stencils. It turned out amazing and reminds me of the popular cement tile floors all over the internet right now. Where did you get the cute kiddie table and benches? It’s adorable.ReplyCancel

  • melissa newell - WOWZA That is beautiful… You have given me hope! We close on our new home in hours from this typing and i am overwhelemed as to where to begin…thanks for the inspiration! Beautiful job!ReplyCancel

    • susan - Thank you so much!! Congratulations on your new home, you’ve got this! Remember, baby steps! xxReplyCancel

  • JenWoodhouse.com - Wow, what a gorgeous transformation! And I LOVE that stencil – I used it for my patio last year! http://jenwoodhouse.com/stenciled-concrete-rug/

    Those dividers are a total game-changer! Beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Jaime Costiglio - Wowzers that is a beautiful transformation and a ton of work! So much time, energy and thought put into the space and it truly shows. The concrete slab is unrecognizable with that stencil. You should check out jenwoodhouse.com she did a similar stencil on her slab – great minds think alike!ReplyCancel

  • Bridget b. | 623designs - This is beautiful! What a transformation! Where do you store the items during those Chicago winters?ReplyCancel

    • susan - in our garage! 😉ReplyCancel

      • Sandi@TheVintage - Wow! I love every detail! As I was looking at all the beautiful furniture and accessories, I am wondering how they don’t all get ruined without being under a covered patio. I have a Pergola area that I am afraid to put anything of value under because of this. I have a country home with a wrap around porch that is covered, I love to decorate these areas. When it comes to the Pergola area, I am stumped.ReplyCancel

  • Sharon (in) Robe and slippers - Susan this backyard is incredible! Can’t wait for your next post to share the stenciling details of that concrete patio! As much fun as the holiday season has been, now that 2017 is here I’m sure I’m not the only one who can’t wait to get back outdoors. 🙂ReplyCancel