This weekend, it was time to start acid staining our concrete floors. I will admit that we both were a little nervous to get started, especially knowing this will be the final look of the flooring in the house. So as
When it comes right down to it, the majority of our farm has been built from scratch with the aid of 6 main power tools. During past 5 and a half years of creating Old World Garden Farms, we have had more than
This thick and creamy pumpkin dip was a huge hit at our latest get-together. And best of all, it only took minutes to prepare! Last week we were asked to attend a last-minute party and we knew we couldn’t come empty-handed.
When it came to creating a finished garage space, we knew for us, versatility would be the key! Our garage has always been part storage space, part workshop and the some. At our old house, we used the space to build pergolas,
How did you install shiplap in your house? Did you use nails or screws? Was it difficult? Those questions and more have flooded our inbox ever since we first posted about using shiplap throughout the interior of our Simple House project.
Fall’s beauty is on full display at the farm. This autumn has simply been spectacular here in Ohio. I’m not sure why, but this just seems like one of the best ever. Perhaps it has been the incredible stretch of
It is simply the best soup we ever make. Period! And the funny thing is, we say that every single year at just about this time. Each fall, as we clear out the garden, it has become tradition to make a huge
I have never found a coney sauce recipe that I absolutely loved, until now! Most of the recipes that I tried in the past were too sweet for my taste. But after several trials of combining various ingredients together, I
If there a key to smaller home living, its finding enough storage space to keep things neat and uncluttered. When we decided to downsize to a floor plan of just over 1000 square feet at the farm, we knew we would
Fall has arrived, and that means it’s time to use those gorgeous falling leaves to help recharge your garden. Collecting leaves each fall has become a ritual for us. It is a simple, inexpensive (actually free), and excellent way to provide valuable organic