There is something magical about a cabin – especially one that is completely self sufficient – yet comfortable to stay in for a night or two. A peaceful place to get away, relax, and enjoy the simple pleasures of life.
With the ever-increasing popularity of turning old into new again, re-purposing and upcycling have become great ways to redecorate and furnish on a budget – all while keeping our landfills and junkyards from filling up. Traditional carpentry methods and tools
Nothing will quite make you finish up projects like hosting a party. The barn table project has been on the “to-do” list for sometime and was one of our “TOP 30 GOALS” to accomplish for the farm this year. So,
***We have more updated pictures at the end of this post from installing the totes. It’s a beautiful sight to us! Two bright and shiny 275 gallon water totes that will become the backbone of our barn’s rooftop rainwater collection
One of our last projects in the barn will be the laying of the reclaimed brick floors – but before that can happen – we had to somehow find a home for all of the leftover wood from the two
Over the past year, one of the most rewarding and yet physically challenging projects for us has been the ever so slow process of building our “new” barn on the farm. The barn is our first “real” building on the
If you really think about it – we all have a little repurpose in us. After all – didn’t we all learn the great art of repurposing from our youth? First, as children making that incredible fort from an empty