Does your personal decorating style include a wee bit of Farmhouse style? Then you're going to love this new book by my sweet friend Liz!
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One of my most favorite people in the whole world (Liz Fourez) also happens to write one of my favorite blogs (Love Grows Wild) – and she just wrote a book FULL of gorgeous neutral farmhouse DIY projects.
It's called A Touch of Farmhouse Charm and it is FAB-U-LOUS!
There are 70 projects in the book ranging from beginner skill level (no power tools needed) to advanced (some power tools, but still doable in a day), each and every one shared with beautiful photos.
I desperately wanted to try one or two projects before I shared with you, but alas we just moved and I just couldn't fit in one more thing – even something simple.
So instead, I'll share these beautiful images from the book with you:
Just as soon as I get a spare minute, I totally want try Liz's:
- Farmhouse Window Trim (page 40) – so beautiful and chunky!
- Plate Rack (page 44) – perfect for displaying pretty plates and wooden cutting boards!
- Wooden Cake Stand (page 64) – genius and absolutely gorgeous!
- Wire Laundry Hamper (page 94) – brilliant secret liner!
- Linen-Covered Books (page 106) – super pretty and neutral!
- Wood-Framed Chalkboard (page 109) – we have the PERFECT spot for this at the new house!
- Layered Paint Corbel Bookends (page 114) – rustic and practical!
I do believe I just inadvertently doubled our project list for 2017 (sorry Dean)! Ha!
So, my beautiful friends, if your personal decor style includes even just a little bit of Farmhouse style, I truly think you will really enjoy Liz's book. Click here to get your copy!
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