Today I am featuring Angie of The Country Chic Cottage!
I love Angie's farm house cottage. She has a mix of this and that new & old to create her family home with her special touch of vision. First let's get a glimpse of her colorful front porch. I love the different shades of green & blues she is using here. With her clay pot water thrinkler. What a peaceful place to sit and rest! Plenty of space for visitors or family to chat & relax.
Next I want to point out her foyer. She has done a great job adding in a modern print on this chair with her antique items. I love that oil lamp on the table. The succulents in the wagon below are darling. Her father in law made that wagon long ago. You can't see in this picture but she has a cool vintage soda bottle collection at the top if this shelf!
I want to next point out my favorite highlights of her super functional mud room. Here below is displayed a seat her husband made that will be a family heir loom. I love the wooden boxes shes using to catch shoes & such under the coats.
Here is an old painters box she is using to display treasures her son brings in from out doors. I think this is brilliant.
Check out her vintage soda crate shoe catchers. Yet again pure brilliance, bringing vintage yet functional to the home.
Next up some highlights of her farm house bed room. I like her old vintage furniture she is using. Most people now a days are painting everything white. I love white but I also love the original stain look that is true vintage. I am so happy to see an actual farm house room that looks truly farm house! I liker her Better Homes & Garden quilt she is using.
Look at this amazing no work to it, quilt display using an old latter. This idea I am seriously inspired to try! I love her window in time display of past loved ones in the window. I also want to point out on her blog she shares how she recovered that little bench seat too.
What a bright, comfy, cozy room. She used an old wood stove in its old glory to bring a rustic look while upholding a sweet plant. She was smart to use this as a plant stand!
In an extra room she took a day bed and is using it as a couch. Love the mix of patterns in the throw pillows. They look fantastic together bringing variety to what may of been a dull space. They tie in a fun adventurey way with the map display.
I love this small bath room. She has a lot of great storage solutions for this small space. Yet it looks pretty with a flow too!
Here is a shower curtain she made that is extra long. You can see how to as well at her blog!
Now just get back bathroom heaven. This bathroom with all the windows, space & that soaker tub is just divine! She shares how she painted the tub at her blog.
Now here is a snippet of her Spring mantel decor. Also her mantel is homemade from barn wood! Just perfect for a country farm house.
Look at these vintage cabinet & that tile! I love her collection of glass displayed. In the back of the cabinets to make it pop she used foam board covers in shelf paper! I have that same shelf paper print & love it I thought that was neat. It looks amazing in the back & makes her items pop with out being over baring. And just check out that pallet art with a mason jar.... too cute!
Her dinning area is sunny & lovely. With her homemade cafe curtains it's bright & airy goodness. Now I love her old farm house table below best in my opinion but in the next picture you'll see her new table she now has which is pretty too & a bit more modern.
Look at that REAL wood floor. O my I love love love it.
Her craft room is a place where creation dreams are made. It has come a LONG way since her first debut of her craft room years ago. Her room is every crafter's dream come true!
Thank you so much Angie for allowing us some beautiful glimpses of your home.