Hey friends! I’m back! 🙂 I had a nice break and I’m so happy I did it. It was nice to take a breather to relax, reflect, and think about where I want to go with The Painted Hinge in the future.
I’ve decided to make a couple small changes to Farmhouse Friday. First, I’ve moved the start time from 6pm PST on Thursdays to 9am PST on Fridays. Hardly anyone was linking up on Thursday night so it just makes sense to move it to Friday morning. Second, along with the link party features I’m going to share any amazing or unusual DIY projects and decor inspiration I come across during the week. I love seeing DIY ideas or decor trends I find online, shared with me by my friends or posted by the wonderful folks in my DIY Farmhouse Style group, so I figured my friends here would enjoy seeing them too. Sharing is caring after all! And I believe all the creative people who are thoughtful (and brave!) enough to share their wonderful projects and decor with the world deserve all the exposure they can get! I think this will also help increase traffic for the blogs who link up their wonderful projects and decor with Farmhouse Friday every week.
There’s some other changes for the blog I’m kicking around, but I’ll save them for another blog post so we can get to the good stuff! 🙂
Isn’t this fence gorgeous? But as amazing as it looks, the most amazing thing about it is that it’s knitted! This ingenious creation is the work of Anne Eunson of Hamnavoe, Burra. Anne loves knitting Shetland lace so much that she completely wrapped her garden in it. The fence is made out of black twine typically used to make fishing nets knitted up on curtain poles that were repurposed into ginormous knitting needles. You can read the entire story of Anne’s inspired work and see more pictures of her unique fence at Kate Davies Designs.
Amy Kleinwachter, owner of Old World Antieks, converted a 14-foot-round grain silo that came from a ranch just down the road from her 10 acre home in La Grange, Texas into this gorgeous one of a kind guesthouse! You can read about how she did it and see the not-to-miss interior photos at County Living.
Have you ever seen a sofa bar? They’ve been around for a while but they’ve become more popular in farmhouse decor as of late. This eye-catching industrial sofa bar was designed and built by Rustic Urban Concepts in Orlando, Florida. It was made using a 12′ resin top bar with a iron pipe base.
It’s been a while since our last link party so there will be no features this week.
The party rules are super simple! Link up your favorite DIY projects, decor projects, and crafts that are farmhouse style. If it doesn’t fit into that description, please don’t link it up. Please, no food/recipe posts. You can link up your new and old posts alike as long as you only link them up here once.
I don’t require you to link back to this party, but if you do, I would sure appreciate it! I also don’t require you visit or comment on other blogger’s linkups, but it’s always a nice way to share the bloggy love! Comments are like Skittles to bloggers – we love them and we can’t get enough of them! By linking up, you will get a chance to be featured here at next week’s party and across my social media. If you pin anything from the party, please pin it from the original source.
By linking up to this party, you agree to give me permission to share your posts and pictures via social media and as features, roundups, etc. with a link back to your post or a link back to this party on the week your post was featured.
Thank you so much for joining us today at Farmhouse Friday! I hope you have a wonderful weekend and week and ahead and I’ll see you next Friday!