Playing around with these newly arrived beauties from @grampians_goods_co. They’re just heavenly and exactly what I would want to find in a b&b. They’re from the new guesthouse range and I’m thrilled with them! As an aside, it’s so heartwarming to find so many country women doing such clever things. All around me I see women navigating and carving careers and enterprises alongside their commitments to families and often a farm business too. I see you all and I applaud you all! Emily. #bandb#countryhome#airbnb#farmhouse#farmstay#bathroom#guesthouses
Let’s play catch up, cause let’s face it - ya girl was a bit slow on the mark at creating this insta account 🤷🏽♀️ So we are 5 weeks post settlement today, and a whole lot has happened so far.
The trenching done ✔️
Slab poured ✔️
Framing put up ✔️, and
The windows fitted in ✔️ .
We have also had:
3 x fires in the area 🔥
1 x added request for a landscaping plan (which will be fun considering the size of our block!) 🍃, and
Countless hour round trips from our current home to the block and back due to excitement of the build 😂
With Scott working full time, and me looking after baby Colt (praise be for mat leave is all I can say 🙌🏽) - it has been a crazy but exciting time so far! The build is coming along much faster than we had expected, so here’s hoping it keeps continuing with this good pace.
The magic of twinkle light ✨ makes the middle of the work week that much better ✨
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Woohooo!! We made it to Wednesday! I am so ready for the weekend! Our oldest daughter is coming home for an early Thanksgiving! I am totally fine eating pies twice!😅. .
In case you haven’t noticed I am ramping up the Take Flyte Farm etsy store to include a lot more vintage goods to go with our handmade!!
Comienza esta época del año de recogimiento, de peli y manta, de recibir... En resumen: ¡¡¡de disfrutar de nuestro hogar!!!
Y qué mejor que en un salón como este, proyectado por nosotros con una mesa de madera tropical de diseño propio. ¿Te gusta? No nos pierdas la pista, próximamente todos los detalles.
Some great pieces coming your way before Christmas ... using only the best @joliepaints . And early 2020 our workshops will start. Can’t wait to share the love of this amazing paint and how it transforms even the dreariest piece! If you don’t love it, Paint it!!!
Our Border Collies Bonnie and Pearl love running around and helping us out on our little farm so that’s why we choose @bravectoau . We love that One Chewable Table every 3 months Prevents the girls from Fleas and Paralysis Ticks. Best bit about the chews is the girls gobble them up like a treat. .
A favorite vignette from today's home tour. I have always wanted a plate rack in the kitchen and I love this one where you can see the old brick in the back--utterly charming! Design by @susanburnsdesign.
I didn't always use stocking holders... The children would have their stockings hung at the end of their beds. Every Christmas Eve I would sit and wait for them to settle and sleep sound enough until I could help St Nick fill the stockings.🎅🤶 1am..2am.. it seemed to get later and later and I was always a bit of a zombie on Christmas Day 🙈😂 So the last couple of years I have completely embraced the Horseshoe stocking holders 😂
It makes a really magical sight in the morning when the not-so-littlies-now come downstairs on Christmas morning.. and I get more sleep! Win win!
We discovered this fabulous reclaimed ladder from @andrewmartin_int Walton Street ‘pop up’ white showroom. Team it with @porterbathroom brassware and hardware and Ta-dah! ✨
Oooh this is also our 100th post! 😆 !
Time to relax!! 😌 Imagine sitting on your porch, swinging with the breeze. With the busy schedules, we don't often take enough time for ourselves - but we found a solution. We'd like to introduce Nate & Lane Design Co. to our outdoor collection!! The handcrafted porch swing beds allow enough room for the whole family! The perfect addition to your outdoor area. Several different styles available. See more on our website at centralilag.com > CIA Outdoor
The county became a political entity in 1855, and was formed from Cumberland County. It was named for the Revolutionary War Patriot, Cornelius Harnett, delegate to the Continental Congress. The first settlers came in the mid 1720's, and were followed by the Highland "Scots." The Scots settled in the foot hills rather than in the rich alluvial soil area of the Coastal Plains. After the defeat by the British of Bonny Prince Charles at Culloden, the Scots came up the Cape Fear River in ever increasing numbers and settled in western Harnett County. The British also settled along the banks of the Cape Fear River in the coastal area, generally from Erwin to Wilmington. Harnett.org