Farmhouse Friday #9 – Farmhouse Collections

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Every good weekend begins with an awesome Friday, so I’m here to help you start your weekend right with Farmhouse Friday!

This week’s theme is Farmhouse Collections.


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  1. Gotta love farmhouse style! Love all these examples and thank you for including my sewing machine drawers turned storage. 🙂

  2. Love your collections! I have several myself including – vintage suitcases (I use them stacked as end tables), vintage flower frogs, vintage oil cans and jars, cobbler molds, millinery molds, staplers, wooden spools (both the large and small ones) ceramic pitchers from the 1920s.. My hubby says I need to stop but it is so HARD! Most of them are on display – thanks to your excellent styling suggestions!

  3. Great round up. Thanks for the feature Angie!

  4. What a great collection of ideas… so much inspiration…Thank you so much for the feature!

  5. Lots of great eye candy and collections, Angie…always fun to have that special something to hunt for! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

  6. And I thought I was the only one who was crazy for wooden spoons! This just goes to show that you can make a collection of anything beautiful…all that’s necessary is that you love what you collect! Thank you for sharing these wonderful farmhouse collections with us!

  7. Hello Angie! I love collections soooo much. I love collecting and also admiring others’ collections.
    I enjoyed your post a lot and I’m joining with my mine.
    Sorry for my poor English.
    Besos from Argentina!

  8. Thanks for the ideas! I love that you have a link to your previous posts , thanks for that! Cindy

  9. Angie, what a great post! I loved seeing all the great collections and unique ways to display them.
    Really inspiring!

  10. Thanks Angie for including my crate wall and cutting boards!

  11. I got so many great ideas from this post. I wish you could see my mom’s house. She’s the master at displaying her collections.

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