Antiqued Farmhouse Gallery Wall

Happy July 4th, friends!

I hope you’re all enjoying the long holiday weekend! Those are the best, aren’t they? I just feel so much more productive around the house during a long weekend off from work. ✌️

Not having anything really patriotic to share today, I thought I’d (finally) blog a project I worked on several months back in our dining room. In case you missed it, here are the “before” photos of our 1963 split-level fixer upper, before we even moved in. Little by little, we’ve been updating our home to have more of a vintage farmhouse vibe.

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Vintage Farmhouse Finds from a Five-Mile Flea Market

A few days ago, Matt and I celebrated our very first anniversary! Still can’t believe it’s already been an entire year since we got married. In case you missed it, I shared some reflections looking back on our first anniversary + our vintage floral farm wedding from last summer. To celebrate our first anniversary, Matt and I decided to take a few much-needed days off from work and planned an entire weekend jam-packed full of fun things to do together! Most were things we had never done before.

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Our First Anniversary + Vintage Floral Farm Wedding

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I really can’t believe it’s already been a year since Matt and I got married. No, seriously… I just can’t. I know everyone says this, but it honestly feels like just yesterday! How can time possibly pass by so quickly? An entire year. An entire year of marriage, of being Mr. and Mrs. Casciato. It really just blows my mind. In a good way. 😊

I told you all a little bit about our relationship a few weeks back in my very first “welcome” blog post, but I didn’t really go into all that much detail. So, naturally, I figured that today’s blog post is the perfect time for me to give you a better glimpse into our life together behind the scenes of this little blog of mine. ✌️

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Simple Chicken Wire + Vintage Bottle Centerpiece

For quite some time now, I’ve been meaning to create a simple little centerpiece for our farm table {tutorial} that we built last summer. I didn’t want anything that would take up a lot of space because, honestly, I’m constantly working on something or another at the farm table and I wanted it to be easy to move to the side whenever needed.

I had picked up this cute little chicken wire basket at Marshall’s awhile back. Does anyone else love chicken wire as much as I do? It’s one of my favorite ways to add authentic, age-old charm to any piece. It just screams vintage farmhouse to me. I also had a bunch of antique glass bottles in varying sizes that I had thrifted for our vintage floral farm wedding last summer just sitting in the basement, and a crocheted heirloom handkerchief tucked away in my box of fabrics!

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$10 Distressed Farmhouse Trays {Tutorial}

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When we bought our sectional last summer, I knew I didn’t want to have a coffee table or side table taking up limited space in our living room. So, I decided that folding trays would be the perfect fix! I’d be able to keep them out of the way when we weren’t using them, but could easily pull them out at any time.

Have you ever tried to find stylish trays? They’re so expensive! 😠 Anywhere from $50, all the way up to $100. Nope. Not gonna happen. So, instead, I just decided to create my own farmhouse trays! For way less.

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