Jen of City Farmhouse enjoys creating home decor that tells a story of her personal style. Follow along with her latest project!
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Hi there friends! I am about to hit a blogging milestone in March, 6 years!!! The design lesson that resonates most
I never stop looking for antiques that I can bring to life back in my workshop – hopefully with just a little effort. So, when I spotted this forgotten, expanding bookstand I knew it had to come home with me.
I start each project like this, by first carefully vacuuming off the dust
I love these pre-glued flat panels for making small tables, so I picked up a couple at my local home improvement center when I decided to make a mid-century end table for my son’s apartment.
The end tables from this era were simple. Oftentimes, they were little more than a box
Mobility is always important, even when it comes to putting on make-up. Rather than having to always work in front of a large wall mirror, I decided to devise a portable make-up center to make things a little easier when Leigh Ann is on the go. I spotted this 18″ unfinished pine