Hey guys, it’s Lisa from the blog and I’m gonna do something today that I have had requests for for the longest time. And that is a full farmhouse home tour. So if you can see right now, it is snowing. I’m very sorry that I’ve never gotten to this the entire time we’ve lived here. So let’s dive into it. I’m gonna take you on a full home tour. You walk directly into our living room where we have some built-ins. I have a post about that on the blog, we built those. And I have all the details there. The slipcovers on the chair I made and there’s a post about that. And then we also stripped the paint off the little dresser, there’s a post about that. All of these sources will be in the description below. Right off the living room is the dining room. And then I just created a tiny little entryway to the right of the door. It’s not really an entryway but I can put some hooks there and a mirror and A bench. Alright when you come off of the dining room here you can go through this little archway through to the kitchen. Now this is what I love about old homes – so much character. So in a new home you don’t usually see things like these arches and then of course there are hardwood floors throughout and thick baseboards and crown molding which is all just that old house character. Also we have the window seat which is a craftsman style. We just added this dishwasher, I normally just kept it as a curtain with some storage because we don’t really need a dishwasher but, thought it would be good for buyers. Right here when you first walk in I have a hook for aprons. Uh, the only upgrade we’ve done to our cabinets – I’m pretty sure they’re completely original to the home – is we’ve painted them. Now they go all the way to the ceiling and, in my opinion, they’re really pretty. I painted some of the hardward and some of it’s brand new. These cabinets down here below we had to actually rebuild because this farmhouse sink made it to where they had to be shorter for it to be this overmount farmhouse sink. But my cousin helped us with that and I think it still looks really great. We went with quartz countertops from IKEA, subway tile backsplash, big ol’ windowsill major requirement for me in any home. For my plants and just to look out. Then we added these lights from Lamps Plus. Now they are the exact same lights that I showed you a moment ago here in the living room. The only difference is the ones in the living room have the brass at the top of the shade and these here are the black all the way. Then we’ve got this light which used to have little glass covers but we broke one and instead of replacing it we just took them all off and put in Edison bulbs. The kitchen island is a $20 thrift shop find that we added a new top to and painted. We’re gonna put something different in the new house. That’s what we had for this. Then there’s a little bit of open shelving which I like a touch of but not a crazy amount. And then this room leads into our mudroom. Which also has our laundry room and then our brand new bathroom that I have just showed you recently. Now this mudroom of course usually has tons of kids’ shoes. But I removed if for the photos. And of course there’s a chalkboard and we keep back here shopping bags and egg cartons and milk jars and all that. Over here off of the mudroom is the laundry room and guest bathroom. Alright I’m gonna take you guys outside in the backyard. It is not as show worthy as the front, that’s for sure. Um, strictly a place for the kids to play. Um, so we have here a playground which we found on Craigslist and kind of fixed up. It’s awesome. It has a curly slide, a monkey bars, and all that stuff. A trampoline and then a garage. Then the back of the house is a lot like the front of the house. Really it’s almost like a mirror image on the back. I know I’m gonna get a lot of questions about why we’re moving because we do love our home. It’s really cute, in my opinion, we fixed it up and we love it. But there is not much space. So this whole lot that we’re sitting on is about .23, about a quarter of an acre. And it was perfect for us as a starter home. Something that we could afford. As you know we were able to pay it off really quickly, so it was what we could afford. But we are ready to upgrade and get some more space. Our kids are getting bigger. And so it’s just time for us to upgrade and move on to something that can fit our family a little bit better. But this, for someone with little kids, um, it’s actually – we neighbor a park. You can see here. It is literally our backyard is a public park. And that was awesome. I’d go over there and my friends would come with their kids. I met so many moms over there and I would see people I know and run over there with my kids. So fun. But, we’ve outgrown it. Now it has um, walking, like a third of a mile of paved walking trails, which is great. But I can’t send my kids out there on their own, obviously because it’s a public park. And so I just want somewhere where we can just play and have some privacy. Alright now, going up the stairs. We’ve done a lot of things with these stairs. We’ve had carpet on them. We’ve had them wood but the wood was really messed up. We’ve had it with a runner. And now at the moment they’re just painted white. If I was staying here, I’d probably paint maybe a different color or paint a runner on. But I’m just gonna leave that up to the next buyer. We just had a fabric delivery so there’s tons of fabric to finish out the rest of our orders. Alright this little room here is just kind of the landing at the top of the steps. We’ve added these built-ins and the reason for that is this here was a ledge before – all the way out – that kids could’ve walked out and fallen all the way down. Which would be terrible. So this was the best solution that we could come up with. And then we hid another little bookshelf over here just for added storage. Now I shared this room on this blog and YouTube channels so you’ve seen it. I’ll link it in the cards and the description below but it’s our boys’ room. And it’s pretty straightforward. We keep this room very decluttered. We do just keep very few toys and clothes and books in here. This is pretty much it because I don’t want to be cleaning all the time. So for more details and sources on this room, go ahead and check out the link in the description below. We’ve got some original shiplap in here and then we have hardwoods that my husband and I refinished. Mostly my husband, but it was all blue, ugly carpet up here before. Alright going across the way is my girls’ room. Now in both rooms we put the shiplap on the ceiling which I shared a tutorial for on this channel. They do have this desk which is normally full of stuff then I added a new pole for their closet door just because it looks pretty. I did paint the back of the girls’ closet with chalkboard paint just to make it a little bit more fun. Now both my girls’ and boys’ room have the exact same light fixutre and ceiling treatment. This room here, off the girls’ room is the room that I’ve ran my pillow and fabric by the yard business for the last two and a half years. Now I’m recording this video just a bit out of order because the day that I was recording this full home tour I had all three of my workers here getting out the last of the pillow orders before we closed our shop. And it was just a madness. So at this time most of the stuff is in the trailer because it is moving day. Uh, tomorrow everything has to be out. I do still have my computer in here because I’m gonna be editing this video to get it out to you guys today. So this room doesn’t look exactly like its been looking just because it’s so cleared. There was tons of fabric and pillows. In this closet we had stacked full of inventory but we just actually had the post office guy come and get the last of it a few minutes ago. And that’s about to go in the trailer as well. So. So here’s an overall shot of the fourth bedroom that we’ve never actually used as a bedroom. We actually built this desk right in here. We used some cabinets, some base cabinets and we built the top and I acutally have a post on the blog about that. So if you’re curious to make something like this for your craft room, if you have a long area, you can. Now we can’t take it with us because we built it in here. So we checked with the buyer and he is okay with us leaving it. I guess he does not need this as a bedroom so he’s gonna use it for something else. But if you have a spot where you can build something like this, check the blog. Now here right off the kitchen is the master. Lots of pictures of this bedroom on the blog and I have a tutorial for how to do the plank wall. I’ll link that below, I have a tutorial on painting with milk paint because I painted this dresser with milk paint and then I painted these nightstands with chalkpaint. I painted this dresser with chalkpaint. Everything is just mismatched and collected from various thrift shops and things like that. I sewed all the pillow covers here and here. And I have this slipcover I made, there’s also a tutorial for that. You can make over any bench with a slipcover like that. The lights, I get a lot of questions about the lights – they’re found from a thrift shop unfortunately, er, not a thrift shop. I’m sorry. A garage sale. They were $5 for the pair so I wish I could tell you a source but I can’t. The bed I can definitely give you a source for. I’ll leave that in the description below and in the blog post. And the rug as well, I have a source for that. Our closet’s pretty small but we make it work with the dressers and everything. Our new farmhouse doesn’t have any closets at all. So. Good thing we are not people with many clothes. So right off the master is the, of course, master bath. We did a full renovation. This was down to the studs. So if you wanna see the before pictures, I will probably insert a few above but then I’ll also leave a link to the blog post below so you can check out the sources, where I got everything, all the projects we did. We refinished a clawfoot tub that I found on Craigslist for $200. We did some hexagon tile here with the gray grout. We did subway tile all the way around pretty much and then we did beadboard on the ceilings because it was popcorn ceiling and it was just the easiest way to get rid of it. We did add this window here because the owner’s previous to us had taken out an original window and put in a shower insert here. Well we just kind of re-installed the spot where the original window was and then I had my cousin help us build some matching farmhouse window trim that kind of matched the rest of the windows in our home. And then here I found this sink at a garage sale for $35. Which was one of my most proudest garage sale-ing moments. And it was actually the same garage sale that I found the lights over there and so that was a very big bonus because it was just like 40 bucks and I got all this decor. And I had my cousin help us build a custom vanity for it and I found the mirror on Craigslist and then I’ll leave a link below for the light sources and all of the various decor. The faucets that I have here on the sink and over here in the tub, that’s a new faucet. Did not come with it but I wanted something that would kind of honor the old school tub. Alright guys, well I hate that we are now just gonna be moving out after I showed you this. But don’t worry, there’ll be plenty more farmhouse home tours with our new farmhouse that we’re moving to. Alright well thank you so much for watching this video. If you’re brand new, please hit that subscribe button. I make two new videos every week on food from scratch, natural living, and a handmade home. Thank you so much for stopping by our current farmhouse.


  • Im4 Him says:

    Adorable home! I know your next will be beautiful & adorable too. Fabric by the yard?!! I need to check that our for sure! Best of luck to you with your move!

  • Im4 Him says:

    That sink in your master bath!!!! To die for!

  • Louisa Overstreet says:

    Beautiful home! I’m sure y’all will make your new home just as beautiful!

  • Georgina Armstrong says:

    Cute. Very simple. looks Amish

  • Liz Frederick says:

    Beautiful as slways! Thank you so much for sharing! Can't wait to see the new home. Blessings to you and yours in 2019!

  • Peace Pocket Mama says:

    Will you keep the name “Farmhouse on Boone?” Love your style Lisa!

  • MsSassyMT says:

    It's beautiful! Can't wait to see what you do the new place.

  • Julia Perry says:

    I will miss it so much and I know you will too but life goes on to making new memories….God bless your journey home. thanks!

  • The Cozy Cottage says:

    I love your home so so much! I would totally move in!!♥️

  • Rasul Hafeez says:

    Hi Lisa. This is Jalika. I would like to wish you and your family, lots of great wishes and blessed days. I'm so happy for you and your family. You and your family deserve a great and blessed year. Congrats again.

  • Linda Hiles says:

    Congrats again on the move. Question: Are you still going to be called, Farmhouse on Boone, even though you're moving?

  • This House of Ours says:

    Are you changing your Youtube name once your all moved? i am assuming "Boone" is a street or neighborhood name.

  • Living Life Wright says:

    What a beautiful home! Excited to see your new farmhouse and all of the renovations in your new home! Good luck!

  • Locust Hill Farmstead says:

    Lisa I wish you lots of luck in the new place. At least you have really good memories, videos and pictures of Farmhouse on Boone. It will never be forgotten and the kids can look back on it. Can’t wait to see the new place. ❤️🙏🏼

  • Tiny Cooking with Kim Westmoreland says:

    I’m so excited to see the new old house and the transformation!!

  • Mylynn J says:

    Thanks for the tour. I love the master bath sink. What a find!

  • The Latina Next Door says:

    It was so fun to see the whole house! Can’t wait to tour the new one! Congratulations!!

  • Ashley Snell says:

    What a beautiful home you cultivated! Someday I’ll have a home like this in my own way. Thanks for sharing every bit of knowledge with me! So so so valuable to me! Fairly young wife with such a desire to someday have a home too! Trying out best to remain DEBT FREE. Thanks for the inspiration! Sis in Christ -Ash💛

  • Lorena Ballou says:

    Lovely house tour–you have a great eye for decorating and design🤩 I'm a fairly new subscriber and I've enjoyed your videos and look forward to more💕

  • Yevette Matthews says:

    So excited to follow your move and see the DIY and Reno you do!!! ❤️❤️❤️

  • Joann Jacquin says:

    Thanks for the tour…can't wait to see the new house!!

  • Vivianne Merr says:

    Everything looks absolutely beautiful.
    Can’t wait to see your new farm house.

  • Trudylovesfarmhouse Decor says:

    Thank you for sharing your GORGEOUS Farmhouse 🏡😍❤️. It is AMAZING how much you renovated ! I’m so excited for your New Chapter and looking forward to seeing your New Home! Hope your moving day went well ❤️

  • Carol Mancini says:

    Love your house on Boone and wish you luck on your new home. You have a beautiful family with all wholesome values. 😃❤️

  • Michelle Yotty says:

    God bless you in your new home. Thank you for sharing your family and farm house on Boone.

  • That Daly Life says:

    Love the beadboard over popcorn ceilings. Now do you have a tutorial for that? Did you remove the popcorn finish first? Did you just apply the beadboard directly over the popcorn? So many questions!

  • Denise Ottie says:

    Best wishes in your new house. Looking forward to seeing your new/old farmhouse.

  • Laura Steinert says:

    A beautiful house but I'm sure you will make your new house beautiful, too.

  • Susan Robinson says:

    Great video! I find it so fun that the people who are buying this house are probably over the moon excited! I know I would be. Beautiful~~

  • Raising Nobles says:

    Just beautiful! Excited for what’s to come 💛

  • Ditching The Grind 3 says:

    Wow! Love your home! So much character and lovely ideas in the home! Sort of sad to no longer see it. Best wishes and happiness in your new home!♡

  • rose mazzerella says:

    Too small! I’m so happy that you are getting a bigger place!

  • soleil grey says:

    is the new house on boon? 😉 looking forward to moving with you.. thanks for taking us with you. ox

  • Kaitlin Borin says:

    Beautiful home! I have faith you will make your next home just as cozy and wonderful 🥰 I was curious what kind of pain you used for your kitchen cabinets? Was it chalk paint as well? I’m planning on paining mine in our kitchen and bathrooms. Thank you for the lovely tour!

  • Kathleen Sheridan says:

    Beautiful farmhouse. Very well done!

  • A Livingston says:

    Beautiful home! So full of character. What is the wall color in your dining room? Love it!

  • Alisha A says:

    Well of course you're able to show us now. Your moving out. I wouldn't want hundreds of thousands of people know where i live. So it makes sense we get to see it now

  • Pamela Brown says:

    You have been extra busy! So glad to see the tour of this beautiful home and the snow falling. We don't get much snow in Texas! How exciting for the family for a new home. I know you'll make it your own. Best wishes and God bless.

  • small footprint says:

    Very plain. If you're going to sell it, I'd put some plants and colorful paintings around. Also some colorful pillows and throws. Anything to bring up the energy/interest. Good luck with the sale. Hope you find what you want in a new place.

  • Béatrice Reilly says:

    Such a lovely home and a beautiful video to remember it by! I can't wait to see what you do to the next one 🙂 God bless!

  • Johnnybob Kadiddlehopper says:

    Boone lake, Washington County, Tennessee?

  • Leslie A. Goff says:

    Did you sell all of your furnishings?

  • Colette Mcwilliams says:

    Your home is beautiful!!

  • Váleri Calhau says:

    I miss your farmhouse. I can imagine the mixed fellings you are going though. I will be waiting for your new videos. Xx

  • Heather Bauer says:

    Your home is lovely. Your new home will be just as lovely. Thank you for sharing!

  • Lauren Moss says:

    Your home is just lovely, Lisa. I love what you created while being very thrifty at the same time. I can't wait to see what you do in the new house!!! 😃❤️👍

  • luvs2knit1 says:

    Loved the tour. Such a cozy, beautiful home. I love the living room paint color. Would love to know the brand and color. Thank you. Good luck in your new home.

  • LS says:

    What will the channel be called now?! Ahhh I just realized lol…I love your house…obviously your new one must be pretty awesome cause I wouldn’t leave that paid for house! You guys did great work…

  • Cindy Urban says:

    Such a beautiful home. You did an awesome job renovating! Thank you for sharing. Can’t wait to see what you do with the new house!

  • Lydia Fredrickson says:

    Is it funny that I felt more emotional about you selling your house than I did for me and my hubby selling ours!? Haha! Excited to see what comes next!

  • Matt's Gaming Destination says:

    What a beautiful house. I wish is my house.

  • oshanon says:

    So simple and beautiful and inviting. Can't wait to see your new home and what magic you're able to do with that one as well.

  • HealthyGroceryGirl says:

    LOVE your house! So pretty and cozy!

  • Marina DeSantis says:

    Aww thanks Lisa!! I will miss your house! You are my home renovation inspiration! ❤️

  • dee doc says:

    So simple, yet stunningly beautiful! I’m learning to have less stuff. I can’t wait to see your new home. Thanks for sharing.

  • Susan Hetherington says:

    Thank you so much, Lisa, for thos amazing tour. I had this feeling of carrying a cup of tea as you walked mw through your home. And a lovely home it is!

  • Melanee Carano says:

    Love what you’ve done to your home. Look forward to seeing your new farmhouse and how you decorate. Good luck on your move.

  • Jo says:

    My dream house. Can’t wait to see where u go. Adore the wallpaper in the bathroom.

  • Maxine F says:

    Your home on Boone street was absolutely beautiful Lisa. Congratulations on your new home.

  • Tammey Potter says:

    I love this house so much ! Can’t wait to see the new one also

  • Sara Anne Harrington says:

    Absolutely beautiful! This is my dream home! 🏠

  • Natasha Mullins says:

    Hey Lisa I have a huge rock wall fireplace in my home and I was wondering if you could give me some ideas on how to make it more “farmhouse” would love to show you a picture they finished it with black grout 🤦🏻‍♀️. Love the videos. You are such an inspiration!

  • Rhythm In Life says:

    Congratulations on the new house!!💝

  • Sarah Wood says:

    Such a charming home!! You have made it great! Love it!

  • Rosemarie's Crafty Homestead says:

    It is a beautiful home and Im sure it is a hard one to leave but….the new property…….OMG It is so amazing!!!!!

  • Mary C says:

    Beautiful! ❤️do you the link of the white window panels in the living room?

  • Val says:

    OM~Gosh! Thank you!

  • Just From Heather says:

    Wow, how charming! I absolutely love your style of home decor. Can’t wait to see your new home especially if it’s anything like this. You and your hubby made this little house shine. Thank you for sharing it with all of us.

  • Chanelle Wilson says:

    Your home is beautiful. What paint color paint did you use in your living room dining room?

  • Annie Watson-Lunt says:

    Loved seeing the house. I watched this episode after watching the new house tour and oh my goodness you’re going to lose each other on your new property the kids will LOVE hide and seek in your new home. Although I have to say coming from The UK the bit where you were talking about the public park and how you can’t let your kids play there unsupervised (in such a matter of fact way because that’s normal in the USA) made me so sad inside ☹️

  • Jay Tee says:

    Oh my goodness! What a lovely home.
    The new occupants will be so lucky to live there. ❤

  • Lorraine Gatzke says:

    Absolutely beautiful home. Your new home will be just as great. 💖

  • City Homestead says:

    I've been tossing around the idea for my house to be an all white, but wasn't sure if it was going to be too much white. Now that I see it in your home, I like it a lot. Everything looks so clean and fresh. Then if I want to get various colors throughout the season, I can swap out decorations and accessories. You did a really great job decorating this house and I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with your new house.

  • Anna-Katharina Knall says:

    I Love this beautifull House 💖
    God bless you and your lovely Family !!Greetings from Germany💞

  • Nicole S says:

    I grew up in a very similar style home. My great great grandparents built it. I was so sad when my parents sold it. Your home is beautiful! I watched the video about your new home. So excited to see updates!

  • Kat Reid says:

    Love your old house but with a family of seven I certainly understand the need for more space. Are you going g to change the name of your channel from farmhouse on boone?

  • colleen laforme says:

    Hey lisa ontario canada here in your mudroom i think those are the windows you can remove for seasons the place is big looking forward to see how you decorate the different rooms

  • Anita Brock says:

    Where is your house? I’ve been looking for a cute farmhouse.

  • Kelly Vernon says:

    Are you in Missouri? Just curious..

  • Ralph Rolon says:

    fantastic wish you the best my friend😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

  • Beth Burns says:

    Beautiful work!!

  • Christina Weaver says:

    Aww, going to miss this house.

  • Krystal Lange says:

    love this house. Whoever bought it is one lucky person. I can't wait to see all the new tutorials and adventures that you will have in the new house. Was wondering thought will you be reopening your business or no? I love your style.

  • ch0mper says:

    I absolutely love your design sense! I've been slowly turning my new house into a similar style.

  • Ker Lor says:

    I'm new to your channel, love your house 😍

  • Tyson Ann Trecannelli says:

    the "mud room" window mystery…looks like the second set of windows was what they used to put in as "storm windows" to keep the air and cold out and heat or AC in?

  • Christy Turner says:

    You are AMAZING!! Love, love your farmhouse and all the attention to detail and all of your information that you took the time to post! Thank you for your hard work! 🙂

  • irish rose says:

    I really enjoyed watching the full house tour! Beautiful! Love the striped pillows on the boys' beds and buffalo check on yours! Where did you get the fabric? Looking forward to seeing a house tour of your new farmhouse when you're finally settled in! Blessings!

  • Terri Shaver says:

    What kinds of fabric do you sell? Where can I shop?

  • white conservative patriot. says:

    That's a lot of work

  • pamelagay12 says:

    Very nice. You remind me of Miss Mustard Seed and Annie Sloan!! All of you are very talented. I home schooled my five children and I would not be surprised if you do too!

  • Maria calo says:

    I'm so sure your new home will be as lovely as the old one blessings 😊😊😊😊

  • Eleonore Bon says:

    Is there a reason your kids can’t go to the park on their own? Your older kids I mean?

  • Julie Anderson says:

    Glass door knobs

  • James Couch says:

    I'm blinded by the white! Nice old house. You guys did a great job…but that is a lot of white.

  • Cheryle Maybury says:

    This home is gorgeous. I love your decorating ideas. You have wonderful tastes in decor. I can’t wait to see how your new home progresses.

  • Bumble Bee says:

    What an adorable little farmhouse! IT's PERFECT!!! I would love to live there as it is SO cozy…. Thanks for sharing!

  • My Quaint Cottage says:

    Wow! I had never watched this old home tour. Your new home has so much more space. 🤗

  • Sheila B says:

    Goodbye farmhouse on Boone 👋🏼

  • Carol Miller says:

    I love this home! ❤️

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