Fall in Love with this 1900s Farmhouse

Diana Gray and her husband are the owners of this time-honored farmhouse.  Diana loves to share her flare for design through her Instagram feed and Etsy store, Vintage Home Designs.  She is also skilled with the saw and blade as she has made or repurposed many of the furniture pieces in her home.  Since purchasing their dream home, Diana and her husband learned that it was built over a hundred years ago in 1905 and her design and decorating choices reflect that depth of history.  
Each room boasts natural wood elements, from a refurbished caster wheel cart to the herringbone-patterned wood wall art in the dining room.  Fans of Diana's love that her style is accessible and that she proves that with a little elbow grease, each of us can make the home of our dreams, whatever the budget.
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The painted stripes on this sunny front porch provide graphic, yet neutral, interest.
A lofty, metal windmill adds an unexpected element, as well as a touch of whimsy, to a transitional area of the home.
Glass jars and copper pots are great accessories for the rustic, open shelving.
Rustic farmhouses are full of repurposed and reclaimed items, just like this caster wheel coffee table.
Not only are shiplap walls durable, they create textural and architectural interest in any room.
This stately farmhouse table requires little ornamentation.  A simple tray and fresh flowers provide the finishing touches to this refined space.
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A collection of hats creates an eclectic display inviting guests to the second floor.
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