Let's get started in our front entryway. If this is your first time here, we live in a NJ suburb of NYC in a 1950's split level home. We love farmhouse style, and although our suburban house isn't actually a farmhouse, we have created a space that feels like home to our busy family, which includes 3 boys and 2 dogs.
I kept our DIY chalkboard simple, with just the word "welcome" and a preserved boxwood wreath. I also added the oval chalkboard sign (a Target Dollar Spot find) with the year we were married.
Let's head up to our kitchen, dining and living room area. We enjoy the open floor plan in this space.
I moved our diy small bottle garland to our kitchen window to display some pretty spring flowers.
For curtains, I used a couple of kitchen towels from Target with black and white farm animals to add a farmhouse vibe to our kitchen windows.
Our living room had been fairly neutral for winter, but I added in a bit more color for spring with throw pillows.
Let's head down to our lower level family room where I lightened things up for spring on the mantel of our stone fireplace.
We added a new rug to our family room recently. It was 70% off at Target and involved a ride home in our convertible with a big rug sticking out of it. I will be sure to blog about that soon!
Here are a few more of the spring touches I added to our home that I shared in other recent posts:
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Happy Spring!! I am excited to check out the other farmhouse style home tours in the link-up below and I hope you'll join me in visiting these inspiring homes.