Friday, August 12, 2011

Farmhouse Friday #2 - New Farmhouse of the Month Series!

Thanks for all the wonderful Farmhouse inspiration!  You inspired me so much in fact, that beginning in September, I will be featuring a Farmhouse of the Month. Doesn't that sound like fun?

So, if you have a farmhouse, or know of someone with a farmhouse, that would make a great feature, please email me at so we can get it on the calendar.   I'm so excited about it!

This idea was inspired from some of the amazing photos shared by my Farmhouse Sistas in last week's Farmhouse Friday.  Especially loved the pics of the Farmhouse exteriors.....can't get enough of that! 

Take a look at this amazing photo from Patti.
or this dreamy vision of the past from Rene'
And, you must check out the video that Fairfield House posted on her Farmhouse Friday post, it's just beautiful.
If it's Farmhouse kitchen and dining inspiration that you're looking for, then don't miss the delicious pieces of eye candy over at Amy's ,

or Joanne's post...

Or, this work of art from Nicki

And, don't miss Becky's Farmhouse dining post , it's just delightful.

I can't wait to see what Farmhouse inspiration you have for us this week.

Bring it know what to do.

Just link up below and share away!
And, if you peek over on my sidebar, you'll find a Farmhouse Friday  button to grab and share.
I'm also linking up with Debra's Vintage Inspiration Friday.

Have a great weekend my friends!


The Charm of Home said...

What a great party LaurieAnna! I just found it thru Debra's blog Common Ground. You have some fantastic features here! Wonderful!!
Thanks for having us!

Debra@CommonGround said...

Hi LaurieAnna, I'm pretending I live in a French Farmhouse today, please come link up with Vintage Inspiration Friday! xoxo Debra

Gracefully Vintage said...

All of them & yours are just beautiful... How excitng to pull ideas from all the darling ideas out there... A total Blank slate..
Cant wait to see what & how you decorate-design yours.
Thanks for sharing inspiration

Brenda Pruitt said...

Oh, how I'd love to have a farmhouse. And while that's not apt to happen, I can still decorate as though I do have one! (Do you see many of your things in my post?)

gertie @ The Old Block House said...

I found my way here from Common Ground.

I love that you have a farmhouse blog. I live in a cottage, my bf in an old block house in the country, what more could a girl want?

Adding your party to the buttons on our blog.


bj said...

This is such a fun party. Something new and it.
Thanks for hosting.
xo bj

Susan Freeman said...

Hi LaurieAnna! I am so happy to be joining this fun party this week. Thank you!!

Susan and Bentley

Katie Olthoff said...

This is SUCH a great party! I was just thinking of hosting something similar. I'm off to see what I can link up. We are remodeling our 100 year old farmhouse right now!

The Olde Farmhouse on Windmill Hill said...

How have I never found this blog until now?! I'm a new follower. Lovin' this blog! ~Rachel

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Thank you! I'm so happy you are doing a Farmhouse Friday! ♥

Lori Lucas said...

What a GREAT idea about Farmhouse of the Month. I have been in my "new" (old) farmhouse for a little over two months. Each day my smile just gets bigger! Loved your FF last week. Can't wait to delve in this week and read all the great posts. THANKS for the gift certificate. It found a great home! Lori L

Cathy said...

Ohhh I wish I did have a Farm House! Guess I will just pretend that I do....Hope all is going well with your "new" farm house in the making! Oops, the cows are callin, gotta go! LOL!
Cathy aka Girls Gone Junkin

raggygirlvintage said...

Thanks for your comment LaurieAnna, I love your new linky party! I don’t have the farmhouse of my dreams but I’m a farmhouse wannabe and it’s fun to introduce small decor changes in that direction...
I will be back to visit all the lovely posts later tonight when the house is wee bit quieter:-)

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Hi Laurie Anna! I'm going to enjoy looking through last week too! Great Party! Thanks for the fun!

Unknown said...

Hey lady :) You would so laugh if I posted a photo of the front of my "farmhouse"... that's why I just stick to the interior shots. LOL
I like to make-believe my house looks like yours :)
Anyway, thanks for hosting! And wow, what a nice big group that linked up in week 2!! Love it!
Thanks for the shout out.

Dru Ann @ a Fine Farmhouse said...

Wow ! I just discovered you ! My blog is called A Fine Farmhouse.... I"ve had it for a couple of years...How is It that I'm just discovering you ? I've been sharing all about my old farmhouse for quite sometime. I can't wait to participate in your Farmhouse Friday.... hmmm... let me see what I need to do..... :-) this should be fun !

stefanie said...

what a great party!! love old farmhouses, thanks!

erin's art and gardens said...

hi laurie! i just found out about your party from Debra @ common i am joining in, but must apologize for not including your link.....promise i will next time! thanks for hosting...oh, and just want to let you know that i can NOT wait to see what you do with your new/old farmhouse, you lucky gal!

Anonymous said...

Hi Laurie Anna,
So excited to join you today for Farmhouse Friday! I love the photos above and will definitely check out these fabulous gals blogs.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Cass @ That Old House said...

This IS a fun party! I wondered if our house qualified, as it hasn't had a farm around it for probably a hundred years -- but it was built for a farm, so I guess it really IS a farmhouse!

Started out thinking about a kitchen post but -- got sidetracked into the house itself, and its past. Although I left out the years when it was a funeral home, back in the 1930s ....

See you next week! I really enjoyed checking out the blog you featured this time 'round. Great kitchens!


tamy@prettie parties said...

What a great party...I am off to get lost in all the Farmhouse goodness :)

Miss Gracie's House said...

THANKS again for hosting and for the feature...I'm so lovin' this!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

I LOVE your blog! I don't live in a farmhouse, but do appreciate the beauty of one. What a fun Friday party!!! It's nice to see some red again- eye candy for sure!

Stephanie said...

Love, love, love this party!

Carrie's The Created Home said...

Hi! I am so happy to have found you! i am one of your followers now! Yay! Hope you stop by sometime!

Amy Chalmers said...

Loving the farmhouse blog Laurie Anna!! Thanks for featuring my post...sorry I don't have anything to add this time, but I will be seeing what others have to offer!

Unknown said...

Lovely homes, Laurie. I want that green one, it is darling. Wish I had some to share ... alas!

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Have a beautiful weekend.

Fairfield House said...


This is one of my favorite blog link parties! So much of what I love in one place. Thank you for the shout out. I will be linking up again.

Your Friend,

Siobhan said...

beautiful farmhouses and lovely treasures :)

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

What a fun idea for a party! I live in a cottage farmhouse on a small farm. The post I linked is from my veggie garden. ;)

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

Tamara Jansen said...

I love your farmhouse friday posts! What great inspiration :)

driveway said...

i love your blog ..what a great post and inspiration thanks for sharing

Unknown said...

I just discovered your blog and am so glad that I did. We live in an 1830 farmhouse in coastal Maine and I love farmhouse style. I look forward to following along with you. Thanks for hosting Farmhouse fun!
Cheryl at My Sister's Cottage

Katie said...

These houses deserve to be the farmhouses of the month! And if I were to choose between a fancy mansion and a farmhouse, I'll definitely choose a farmhouse. Living frugally is much better for me.

Katie Nicoll

Mike said...

I love the home that is surrounded by trees. I know some people wouldn't care for that because they want to show of the beauty of their home. I just love trees though. What makes the trees have a red tint to them. Are those roses?