Take a walk through this vintage farmhouse

Set in rural Tennessee, Our Vintage Farmhouse is the creation of artist and furniture designer Sarah Hollingshead. She lives in this sweet Southern farmhouse with her adorable daughter, Harper.  Sarah isn't just your regular farmhouse blogger.  With a degree in Communications and an eye for vintage decor, she has had her work featured with companies like Crate & Barrel, Schoolhouse Electric, and Pottery Barn Kids. 
Her character-filled home was built in 1901 and features 3 restored fireplaces and original hardwood floors.
Even though Sarah has called this house a home for only a short time, she has skillfully created a dream home -- one room at a time.
This gorgeous porch swing is likely to make it difficult to get anything done on those warm, summer days.
A farmhouse kitchen wouldn't be complete without an oversized porcelain sink as its focal point.
The wainscotting above the countertops provides a unique alternative to the expected tile backsplash.
Brightly-colored peonies are the ideal finishing touch for this cozy living room.
A combination of metal and wood, this industrial shelving unit transforms functional objects into a beautiful, rustic display.
Amid frilly bedding and cozy textiles is a sweet, little teepee ideal for imaginative play and bedtime stories.
A large, distressed area rug creates a restful color scheme for the entire master bedroom and softens the space underfoot.
The colorful, butterfly print plays well with the mint green tiles in this vintage bathroom.
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