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A Tour of Thistlewood Farm Blog’s Home

Have I told you about my good friend KariAnne? She write the blog Thistlewood Farm. She and I go way back.Those of you who were around in the beginning of blogging; when there were only about 30 home decor/design blogs, will remember her as the first part of Ask Kari and Kijsa. She is one of those most creative people with a genuine heart that I know. I have been able to get together with her and her just as amazingly talented sister before… And let me tell you how funny and wonderful KariAnne is. She’s a ball of fire with fabulous,contagious enthusiasm, and have I mentioned she’s funny too. I laugh out loud when I read her blog.
Can you tell I am a big fan? Not to mention her home is A.M.A.Z.I.N.G. She has this fabulously creative eye, and I want to move into her house. Tomorrow. Did you hear that KariAnne? I am moving in.  Here’s A Tour of Thistlewood Farm Blog’s Home.
Vintage wood box with marquis letters and a chalkboard

I love these marquis letters in this vintage box. They look so good with the chalkboard above it. The table has the cutest vintage numbers stenciled on it too.
Stenciled numbers on a tabletop
This mantelscape is gorgeous, and I love the contrast of dark and light with the black urns with ferns and the white ironstone. The burlap bows with greenery are super cute.
Fireplace mantel with round wood table infront with burlap bows and chairs in front
Her bedroom is so serene and pretty. I love the pop of color with the red leaves in the urns on each side, and the plates hung on the wall are a nice touch to her neutral bedroom.
White and cream bedroom with two chairs and a fireplace
I am so in love with this beige painted hutch with the ironstone on it. It’s so pretty and the way she has it displayed is perfect. The cloches with glass are a nice touch on the bottom and I really like the use of dried hydrangeas for texture! They are so easy to dry at home, see how here.
Tan and beige painted hutch with white ironstone and cloches on display
I also have a thing for vintage signs so this antique railroad sign is the perfect touch over a doorway.
Thistlewood Farm Hallway wood door with vintage railroad sign
Thistelwood Farm’s dining room has the right touch of elegance with the fancy chandelier, and a bit of casualness with the two arm chairs at each end of the table.
Thistlewood farms traditional dining room
And can we talk about the kitchen? It’s one of the most perfect farmhouse kitchens I’ve seen. I love the wood countertops and the white cabinets. It really makes it a place that would be amazing to cook a meal in.
Thistlewood farms ktichen with White cabinets
And this is just a sneeky-peek.And there is more, oh so much more….. Thank you Karianne for letting me share a bit of your home with us! If you get a chance, stop over and say hi  and see the rest of the amazingness!

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  1. I’m moving in with you guys too. But don’t worry, I just invited myself (and my family) to Thanksgiving dinner at her house, so she’s alreayd expecting me.

  2. Jen,

    You are the BEST! I am so blessed to have you in my life and you are such a creative force that you inspire me always!

    Thank you so much for the feature and for being the wonderful you that you are!

    Have a great day rock star!

  3. I recently found her blog and I just love it! She is sweet, down to earth and has a great sense of humor! Did I mention her home is to die for? How nice that you have met, I bet it was a great time!


  4. your not kidding! Her home is drop dead gorgeous. Let me know if you ever move out, I’m putting my name on the waiting list right now!

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