Farmhouse Feature Friday – Farmhouse on Boone

Happy Bless’er Farmhouse Friday, friends! I hope y’all are enjoying this series as much as I am because I love seeing all kinds of inspiration from all over Instagram.

I’m showing off Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone today because when I stumbled upon her home’s IG feed, it stopped me dead in my tracks for its clean, simple, minimalist style. White, wood, thrifty finds, and nature goes such a long way in her cute-as-a-button bungalow. If it had cheeks, I’d want to pinch ’em.

I’ve had people ask to see the outside of our house. Well, here it is folks! Not necessarily a show stopper and needs lots of work but it’s ours. And today on the blog I shared how we paid it off in less than 5 years. Financial discussions are awkward but I have already had so many people share that the post was an encouragement to them, so I am glad I shared our story! ?

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See what I mean? Just simple and down home.

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Her story of her home’s humble beginnings struck a chord with me. Lisa is a stay-at-home mom and her husband works for their city water department. They put every extra penny they earn to hard work in renovating. I cannot believe what this kitchen used to look like before!

It’s just proof that white paint, tile, and a lot of elbow grease goes a long way.

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Lisa always figures out ways to reuse items and create a feeling of sentiment and meaning every chance she gets, like with this painting representing her parents’ property where she grew up.

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An understated swing and some canvas drop cloth pillows is all her sweet little porch needs.

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During garage sale season, Lisa puts her finds to use like these sconces she scored and converted into plug-in lamps in her master bedroom.

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This chair was once a roadside find that she reupholstered herself. You’d never know it!

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Her little girls’ room is overflowing with sweetness with some of her treasures too.

And in her living room, Lisa and her husband installed these built-ins to help corral the clutter that comes with having 4 kids in a small house.

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You can find more of her home over on her IG feed @farmhouseonboone or on her blog where she shares all of her thrifty savvy projects. Are you inspired?! I am. Makes me want to live a minimalist life forever and ever… if ya know, our stuff wasn’t already all packed up in storage. 😉

If your home has farmhouse style, be sure to share it on Instagram with the hashtag #BlesserFarmhouse so I can check it out! It might end up featured on the blog.

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  1. I just recently found her blog and love it! Lisa’s projects inspire me to keep working hard to turn our 80’s style home into the farmhouse of my dreams!