8.30.2015

INTERNET, MEET OUR FARMHOUSE


We have ourselves a little farmhouse. It is quickly becoming my pride and joy, and setting up shop here at New Camp Holbrook has been the most satisfying and wonderful experience. 

Our little house is actually pretty large, by our standards. She's full of old nooks and crannies and funny narrow hallways and very short door frames. I feel of decidedly average height when I am at home petering around. Though it's a big-ish house, its square footage is entirely populated by the tiniest little spaces that are positively cozy and creaky. She's just the perfect size for our small family of three.

I thought I'd share a little sneak peek of a few of the spaces I've been fluffing. 


I feel in a silly way like this old girl has been waiting for me. She's going to be a great little home for us for the next few years. We're so happy to be here.

21 comments :

  1. you are very talented Natalie!
    It really makes me want to leave Paris, pack our things and move my family to Idaho!!!!!

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  2. We are moving into a farmhouse this week. I'm glad you were a step before me so I can glean from your inspiration! So lovely!

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  3. It's so beautiful and cozy and airy and sweet! I love it!

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  4. I just love your new home! You have it decorated so nicely already.

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  5. I can't believe not only how nice you've decorated but also how FAST! So impressive!

    Ida
    https://agirlintranslation.wordpress.com

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  6. I am very impressed. So cute already! Also, I'm sure these questions are super annoying, but I have to ask because my husband's been looking for one for a long time and I'm dying to surprise him for his birthday...where is that mug from?

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  7. Love it! Very Anne of Green Gables

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  8. I can't quite figure out how you feel both perfectly suited for city life and perfectly suited for your little farmhouse. Maybe you're a chameleon? Either way, it's darling and welcome home!

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  9. Your house looks wonderful! We live on a horse farm, its all fun and games, until you see horse genitalia swinging in front of your window. Huck is the cutest emo I ever did see, he just needs a the cure shirt and he's ready to rule the emo's!

    www.melodramaticadventures.com

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  10. Love this sweet, and simple post! No need for it to have been a long one because you nailed it in just a few paragraphs, and the photos you captured with it are perfect! Enjoy the simple joys of life in your new home with your sweet family.

    xo

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  11. Soooo pretty! Well done!

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  12. I love following your move. I too just moved (not across country) and am working on unpacking and cozying up my place. You're settling in nicely & much faster than me. I would love for you to share your tips on thrifting and making your house a home. :)

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  13. Beautiful serene looking space. Live the dream! Can't wait to see more.

    XX Analog House
    http://theanaloghouse.blogspot.com/

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  14. I think you mean 'puttering' around and not 'petering?' Using the wrong word is part of your quirky charm. Carry on.

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  15. I love your farmhouse! We live on a horse farm, its all fun and games, until you see horse genitalia swinging in front of your window. Huck is so cute! He just needs a tiny the cure shirt and he's ready to lead the emo army straight to a my chemical romance show.

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  16. Lovong reading about your new life Natalie, captivating! Xx

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  17. This is just perfect! I'm inspired to get my family a little farmhouse now...maybe I can have the best of both worlds! Now that's an idea :)

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  18. Searched for 20 minutes for a picture of your bench so my hubby could duplicate.... I thought it had wooden legs....bummer

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