Thistlewood Farm is the creation of blogger and shop owner, KariAnne Wood. This historical Kentucky home was built almost a century ago in 1918. KariAnne has done a fabulous job of integrating the original architectural details of the home with her signature Southern style. Each room in the home has been carefully curated to create a seamless flow of color and texture from floor to floor.
From the eclectic chalkboard calendar in the living room to the ingenious burlap curtains in the dining room, first-time visitors are likely to find reason to pause as they travel through the home.
Black and white paint, along with floral topiaries, creates a dramatic contrast on this Kentucky porch.
The narrow entrance is made to feel grand with the application of vertical stripes and a gold chandelier.
Neutral colors and patterned textiles fill this living room with a soft, welcoming atmosphere for family and friends.
Matching sisal rugs create separation in the open concept space between the kitchen and dining area.
The enviable butler's pantry features rows of shelving for the storage of dinnerware, serving dishes and decorative items.
Bright, open windows and an all-white color palette create and an office that is bound to let the creativity flow.
The spacious bedroom offers plenty of space for a large, four-poster bed and seating area.
The curtains in this elegant dining room are actually burlap that has been sewn with smocked detail.
A quiet soak in this claw foot tub is sure to wash the days troubles away.
Curtains in a bright blue motif are hung high above the patio doors to create the illusion of larger windows and higher ceilings.
The installation of a simple chandelier continues the theme of casual elegance even into the laundry room.
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