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buffalo check, gray upholstered bed, beam ceiling, brass lights

Trying out Nesting with Grace’s light trick…No hardwiring required!

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Uncategorized | August 6, 2020

What do you do when you fall in love with beautiful brass light fixtures but don’t want to pay an electrition to hardwire them in? You try out Nesting With Grace’s famous light trick!

I’ve been following Nesting with Grace for years and she never ceases to amaze me with all her beautiful hacks and styling. This one is just pure genius!

The mechanics behind this trick are basically to gorilla glue the back of a battery-operated puck light to a PVC part that then screws into the light fixture. You can read her post here.

Step one: Pick up supplies

Seems like a pretty straight forward DIY… I’m going to give it a go. My first stop was the Home Depot to pick up the 3/4″ diameter PVC adapter and the gorilla glue (everything will be linked at the bottom). Fortunately, I already have a pack of Puck lights from a project I did a while back on my daughter’s closet so I didn’t need to pick any of those up. But they are reasonably inexpensive from Amazon if you need to buy them. Oh and don’t forget the batteries! I like to use rechargeable batteries, but they can be pricey. If not, regular batteries it is. By the way, Home Depot will recycle dead batteries if you bring them in.

gorilla glue and PVC fitting

Step two: Get to gluing

The good thing about puck lights is that the back detaches from the actual light so you’re only gluing the PVC adapter to the back itself. This will make it easy to change the batteries when needed! To start, I glued a small ring around the PVC adapter and attached it to the back of the puck light. The drying time was only 20 minutes! But keep in mind, full cure time is 24 hours.

pvc fitting on puck light

Step three: Assemble

After the glue has dried, reassemble the puck light by attaching the front and back together. Then twist the PVC part of the contraption into your light fixture where the light bulb would go. Then, simply push down on the puck light and watch the magic happen! Let there be light! My puck light pack came with a remote so I don’t even have to manually turn them on and off while I’m laying in bed!

pvc pipe glued to a puck light

Oh and P.S. – My light fixtures are on sale right now! Check them out here!

black buffalo check pillows

rust colored bedding on large bed

buffalo check, gray upholstered bed, beam ceiling, brass lights

All in all, I would say this project was a huge success! What a genius solution to hardwiring issues. I Would 100% do this project again.

Here are all of my supplies!

As always pals, Thanks for reading along!

Much Love,

Kori ~From the Farmhouse Life

rust colored bedding on large bed

My favorite home decor shop and the 5 things I always buy on Amazon

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House and Home | August 5, 2020

I get asked a lot where I shop for home decor accessories. And the truth is, Everywhere! I try and shop affordably which includes second-hand items. I’m also not afraid to shop at Walmart either. I definitely shop at Target and I’m sure I’m not alone there.  I do enjoy Hobby Lobby and Home Goods as well. There are some great online retailers like Overstock and Houzz that have some fun options. But to be totally honest with you, my absolute favorite place to shop for home decor accessories is Amazon.

Now I know that sounds funny, but you would be surprised at the various items that they sell. Really no matter your style, most likely you can find it on Amazon! Time and time again I find myself coming back to Amazon to get the same things. Plus with two-day shipping for Prime members, there’s hardly any wait time which is so important to me!

Here are 5 things I Always shop on Amazon for:

1. Throw pillows and pillow covers.

There are a lot of people out there who will argue me on this one. There are throw pillows and covers that will cost you well into the hundreds! But the truth is – Styles change too quickly to spend that much on throw pillows! Now I’m sure the quality is amazing… But I need my pillows and covers to run in at around $30 max. The good news is, once you own the pillow you can change the covers out regularly to get a new look without hurting your wallet. My favorite pillow shop is woven nook. They know what they’re doing over there and always seem to have the newest trends to make it easy to upgrade for the coming season! And they sell on Amazon!

large white couch with green an white throw pillows

2. Frames

I love getting my picture frames at Amazon. They have so many sizes and colors I know they’ll always have exactly what I need! Then I fill them with downloadable prints from Esty (they’re so cheap)… but that’s a blog post for another occasion. Amazon has their own line called Amazon Essentials. One of the products they make and sell under this line are picture frames. And guys, they are affordable!

woman drinking coffee by fireplace

3. Diffusers

So this one might be a little unpredicted but I’m a huge fan of diffusers. I love having diffusers running in all of the main spaces in my home. I like to set my diffusers to ON mode so they go ALL day and with a few drops of essential oil, I know each of my rooms will smell amazing without the risk of candles being left unattended. Amazon’s diffusers are very affordable and so is the essential oil they sell. You can get 100% therapeutic grade for the cheapest on the market! My favorite to diffuse is jasmine!  Plus some of their diffusers double as humidifiers so I actually keep them in all the bedrooms too! We will run those babies all night long in the Winter!

black piano

4.Throw blankets

Throw blankets like throw pillows, are a decor staple. I change out throw blankets just as often, if not more then I change out my throw pillows. They are a great way to add more texture to a room. And a great way to signify what season it is! Amazon has such a beautiful selection and for such great prices that I find myself coming back to Amazon to find my next one.

rust colored bedding on large bed and beams on ceiling

5. Storage baskets

Now if you’re like me you’ve got enough storage baskets to fill up a room! But to me, a well-placed basket adds so much texture to a room AND adds storage too which is a big plus! I store blankets, pillows, and even magazines in mine. I have one basket by my large cozy chair that has all my work notebooks and journals in it. I throw a cozy throw on top to conceal them but they’re still readily available to me whenever I need them. The downsides to loving baskets?! They’re sooo pricey! But guess what?! Not on Amazon! They are super cute and very affordable!

sitting room with large gray and white chairs

To sum things up, with my job I am constantly creating content and need things not only delivered to my house in a quick time frame but also because I don’t always have time to go to the store! I love the convenience of online shopping with Amazon! Plus they seem to sell everything under the sun so there’s that too!

As always pals, thanks for reading along!

Much Love,

Kori ~ From the Farmhouse Life

 

cozy bed with white blankets and throws pillows and blankets

5 ways to make your guest room more welcoming

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Uncategorized | July 28, 2020

Does anyone else love a good Bed and breakfast? I love the antique furniture, the beautiful linens, and the ambiance of a cozy fireplace that most B&Bs have. It’s all so inviting that it makes you want to come and stay and never leave! I want the guests in my home to feel the same way.

cozy bed with white blankets and throws pillows and blankets

I’ve picked up a few things from my stays at a bed and breakfast that I’ve incorporated in my own guest room. One thing I do to make my space feel more welcoming is appeal to all the senses.  I try and use them as a guide when preparing my guest room for company.

dark brown furniture with white bedding and gray curtains

Sight

Sight is the most obvious of the senses that we want to use to invite our guests in and make them feel welcome. I believe that a beautifully styled room has the ability to bring about a feeling. In this case, I want my guests to feel cozy and relaxed. So for furniture, I went more on the warmer side with wood tones but added contrast with fluffy white bedding. I also have a Scandinavian printed wallpaper that gives a nod to history and adds to the antique vibe.

bench with yellow blankets and bench and tray

Smell

You want the smells in your guest room to pull people in and be relaxing. I like to diffuse lavender, which has a calming effect. Candles are a great option too. I like to leave a small tray with matches and a candle so if my guests feel like lighting a candle they can while they’re here. Sometimes I line dry the sheets and bedding so even their bedding smells as fresh as the outdoors. My only caution is that some guests are sensitive to smells so I don’t go overboard with perfume type sprays. A clean room will go along way, and opening windows always helps too!

fire place and rocking chair in bedroom corner

Touch

Touch is an important part of making your guest room more welcoming! Make sure the bedding is freshly laundered and soft to the touch. Adding cozy throw blankets and pillows is another way to add in more texture to your space.  Hanging bathrobes in the corner and fresh towels folded nearby is another way to use touch to engage your guests’ sense of touch.

night stand with clock and bedside lamp

Taste

I know adding taste to your guest room sounds funny, but it’s a nice touch to have yummy snacks on hand for your guests. You can have a basket in the corner with some packaged goodies or tuck in a nightstand just in case they get hungry at night. This gesture doesn’t go unseen. I never had anyone complain about a fresh plate of chocolate chips cookies to snack on when they arrive! Water bottles are another great item to tuck in your snack basket too.

cream throw blanket on bed with wallpaper on wall

Hearing

Playing music is another great way to welcome your guests. Having an Alexa with prime music is great to have tucked in the corner. You can ask Alexa to play relaxing music and she’s all over it!

bed with white bedding an gray throw pillows

Practical needs

It’s also important to make sure that your room meets your guest’s needs from a practical perspective. For instance, nightstands are important so your guests have a place to put their books/phones/glasses on at night. I like to put the wifi passcode on a notecard in the nightstand drawer too. A small organizer with a nail clipper, band-aids, q tips, and a small bottle of ibuprofen is nice. A cellphone charger is also a great idea. A dim bedside lamp is very practical too. We have an armoire with a small tv hidden inside so our guests can watch tv in the evening if they prefer. Have a place to put their luggage on (like a bench) so their luggage isn’t on the floor.

At the end of the day, we want our guests to want to feel right at home. Using these 5 tricks is a sure way to make our guests feel more welcomed and a sure way to make sure they come back again!

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As always pals, thanks for reading along!

Much love,

Kori ~ from the Farmhouse Life

small jar of pesto and white red stripped towel

Simple and delicious vegan pesto!

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Recipe | July 28, 2020

Pesto is one of my all-time favorite foods! It seriously makes EVERYTHING taste better! Now, I know what you’re thinking… how can you make pesto without animal products? Well, It can be done, and done well! My kids love it! They said – Mom, this sauce is delicious.. but maybe not put it over couscous next time lol. Couscous isn’t their favorite… My husband and I fully enjoyed it though.

small jar of pesto and white red stripped towel

A good pesto sauce can be used in hundreds of meals. I made a grain salad last night with sauteed veggies with a creamy pesto on top…. and it was delish! some of my favorite ways to eat pesto are on pasta salad, zoodles, as a pizza sauce, a yummy dip for bread, baked into bread, as a salad dressing, on a veggie sandwich, etc. The possibilities are endless.

pasta with a pesto sauce

Plus, there are some amazing health benefits to eating pesto! Basil is good for digestion, it’s anti-inflammatory, it fights free-radical activity, it supports liver function and helps detoxify the body, fights depression, and supports a healthy gut! Those are some big claims! So not only does pesto make everything taste better – it’s so good for you!

basil plant

Now you might be wondering how to make pesto without parmesan cheese, because usually, it is an essential ingredient… well, the answer is nutritional yeast, my friend! I love nutritional yeast! It has the most wonderful savory cheesy flavor and added to your pesto recipe works to replace the parmesan cheese.

Another odd substitute… Pinenuts can be hard to find at the moment, so instead, I used walnuts! Did you know you can substitute walnuts in place of pinenuts? And it’s sooo delicious! Plus walnuts are very heart-healthy!

pesto in bowl and tool

measure and dump

  1. I’m a measure and dump kind of girl – or even eyeball it.. which I definitely do from time to time if I’m really confident in a recipe. This recipe, for instance, is a dump everything in and turn on the food processor kind of recipe. After everything is measured and blended, you can check on the consistency of the pesto. Add a little more water if it’s too thick or more walnuts if it’s too watery.
  2. Be sure to use a rubber spatula while blending. Stop periodically and scrape down the sides of the blender or food processor to push the pesto back down to the blade to get an even consistency.
  3. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week to be sure your pesto lasts and stays fresh!

4 photos of the pesto process

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vegan pesto recipe card

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As always pals, thank you for reading along!

Much Love,

Kori ~ From the Farmhouse Life

 

design board with leaf wallpaper to black hexagon tile and shiplap walls

Entryway reno series week one: The design plan

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House and Home | July 27, 2020

I’m so ready to start our entryway project! Entryways are so important because they give the first impression of your home. Right now my home is definitely giving off a first impression, just not a great one!

design board with leaf wallpaper to black hexagon tile and shiplap walls

From the green trim to the outdated tile- Our entryway is screaming for an update. The vibe in our home is a very modern-farmhouse meets bohemian. I love the boho-farmhouse style! But for this project, I wanted to stay more towards the classic farmhouse vibe. When we start our kitchen reno it will be more on the modern side so I want our entryway to stay neutral that way it will help everything mesh better.

dark hall with black door

Wunderwall reached out and wanted to send me some vinyl wallpaper. Which was a great coincidence because I knew I wanted a beautiful wallpaper to put above the shiplap we have planned. I chose the black and white leaves pattern because I love the farmhouse statement it makes but also feels very neutral to me.

For the rug, I had to go with Ruggable because I love that it can be easily thrown in the wash. Here on the farm, anything from dirty or muddy shoes and clothing will come in so a washable rug is really important to me.

Currently, when you walk in our doorway you’re walking into a narrow dark hall. So to brighten things up, we’ll add a new door that will allow more light to come through. There is also a stairway wall that closes the room off even more. The plan is to open everything up by taking out this wall and adding a metal open stair rail.  We’ll also take down the cased opening around the doorway.

white wall with stairs

We’ll do some classic shiplap on the walls and up the staircase. We’ll also open up the cased in beams to bring about a more rustic vibe. We also have to raise the ceiling above the stairs by taking out the closet in our office and add a farmhouse light fixture to tie it all together.

To start the project we’ll demo the area first. Tear out the wall where the staircase is and move the electrical to the other wall. Then we’ll tear out the closet above the staircase and remove the cases around the beams. Then, we’ll add the new door and add a screen.

black door why green trim in an entryway

We’ll install the new railing, shiplap, and tile. Lastly, it’s just the finishing touches. First the light fixtures and then the wallpaper and decor.

Be sure to follow along on our reno process!

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Thanks so much for reading along, pals!

Much Love,

Kori ~ From The Farmhouse Life

sliding barn door looking into office

Easy DIY sliding barn door

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House and Home | July 24, 2020

I knew when we bought this house three years ago that I had to find somewhere to add a sliding barn door! The tricky thing about adding a sliding barn door is that you have to have wall space at least on one side of your doorway. And surprisingly in this very large house of mine, there isn’t a lot of wall space near a doorway as funny as that sounds. Although there is one spot that I knew I could make work. My office! So interestingly enough when it came down to plan out our office reno I used the sliding barn door as my pillar inspo for the whole design!

 

sliding barn door looking into office

The hardware

Making a sliding barn door is pretty easy. We bought the hardware from Walmart. It had great reviews and only came in at around $50! The hardware couldn’t have been easier to install. Literally, just connect and drill to the wall. Creating the barn door took a little bit more effort, but nothing too complicated!

 

wood wall panels and metal bracket for door hardware

The door

We had all the wood in the barn that we needed. We ended up using 5 1×6-inch boards. So for us, it was really just finding a style we liked and then recreating it. I’m always drawn to a more simplistic design so I wanted straight boards and a z pattern. We cut the boards to size and ran them through a planer. Then my husband assembled the boards by length and then attached two boards going across the top and bottom and screwed them together. Then he ran a board diagonally across connecting the top and bottom board making a z. The great thing about making a barn door is you want them to look more on the rustic side – so no need to go crazy with filling in all the screw holes! Although we did run some caulk along the lines of the board were you could see right through.

 

wooden barn door unfinished

calking holes in the wooden door

The paint

I went with my absolute favorite paint color on the outside of the door. It’s from the home depot called Little Black Dress from Behr paint. It’s a black paint color but has this beautiful navy blue undertone! I have it in fun little spots all over my house. For the inside of the door, I painted it off white from Glidden. That’s the color of the walls on the inside of my office. I wanted the peek-a-boo of the door which you’ll only see when the door is shut to look like an Extention of the wall and not a random pop of color in the wall. If that makes sense.

 

bluish black paint on wooden door

The installing

Hanging the door in our old 300-year-old home was a little more tricky. For most people, it will be as simple as drilling hole and attaching the bolts and tightening everything up. For us – we have to hang things a little on the crooked side to give the appearance that things are straight and level. It took a little jimmy rigging, but we got it up and it “looks straight” to us! Which is all that matters!

 

hanging barn door with screw gun

 

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Thanks so much for reading along, pals!

Much Love,

Kori ~ From The Farmhouse Life

 

green chair with bamboo blinds and woven light fixture on wall

One Room Challenge Week 5: Home office reveal!

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Uncategorized | July 16, 2020

Ok – I know I’m so late on the One room challenge stuff. I’m going to blame it on COVID. Working, homeschooling my kids, and managing a home renovation all were a bit too much at times and it put me way behind schedule. But as I always say, better late than never! I’m so excited to finally share our completed home office!

blue sledding barn door. office with bull skeleton

My favorite feature of our new home office has got to be the sliding barn door (Tutorial coming soon!) I also love the fact that we salvaged the desk from the barn… who knows how long it had been sitting in there! If you’ve been hanging out here for long you know that I love salvaged or thrifted items. They add such a sophisticated “lived in” vibe that only antiques can provide.

green office chair and black book cases with brown baskets

The bookshelves in our office are from Ikea. (ps – everything is linked at the bottom. Scroll down if you want to check it out.) After styling them, my husband was a little confused as to why there weren’t any “real” books on the bookshelf. As you can see, the books on the bookshelf are all antiques and are more for decor purposes. You see – we have boxes and boxes of our “real” books in the attic that we’ve both been dying to bring down. I told him not to worry and that I have a plan for all those books in our next project! We’re building a library nook! I wanted the shelves in the office to be available for office storage supplies. With such a small space I wanted to make sure there was plenty of storage without feeling too cramped. So I went with lots of baskets on the shelves.

great armchair with white throw and brown ottoman. black tall lamp with map on wall.

I also wanted a cozy spot in the office to sit and read. The large armchair and leather pouf provide a great area to grab a cup of coffee, put your feet up, and read a great book – or work on your laptop. You’ll also notice a few spots around the office that are meant for inspiration and organization. I put up a pinboard as a visual for our up and coming projects and a whiteboard for day to day tasks.

green chair with bamboo blinds and woven light fixture on wall

Lastly, the wallpaper I chose has a creamy texture. It creates a nice backdrop to the fun statements on the wall like the bull skull and woven light!

letter board that says I have too many tabs open

wallpaper on wall with black beaches with bull skull and woven light fixture over desk

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Much Love,

Kori ~ from the farmhouse life

woman hanging up wooden light fixture. with wallpaper on wall

One Room Challenge Week 4: 3 helpful tips on how to apply peel and stick wallpaper

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House and Home | June 24, 2020

 

 

 

 

one room challenge

In week 4 of the One Room Challenge I installed peel and stick wallpaper from RoomMates. I love RoomMates because they have such a beautiful variety of peel and stick wallpaper and wall decals. They even have stick tiles if you’re looking to add instant eye candy in your kitchen as a backsplash! I decided to go with a creamy neutral botanical wallpaper that would fit right in with my neutral palette and help to add in a little more texture to the room.

I put wallpaper on only one wall, and am using it as an accent wall instead of wallpapering the whole room. I feel like it adds a little bit of interest to the space without feeling too overwhelming.

I love peel-and-stick wallpaper because it’s literally as easy as peeling off the backing and applying it to your wall. No need for pastes or paintbrushes. Although, you do need a few tools to make the process a little bit easier.

1~A box cutter to cut excess paper

2~A putty knife to tuck paper behind a heater or around window trim

3~A damp cloth to smooth out all the wrinkles

Here’s a quick video and rundown of the process:

 

3 tips that I’ve found that make the process of hanging peel and stick wallpaper much easier are:

  1. Having the right tools – A box cutter to cut excess paper -A putty knife to tuck paper behind a heater or around window trim – A damp cloth to smooth out all the wrinkles. I prefer a wet cloth over using a putty knife to smooth everything out because it’s gentle on the paper and smooths everything out better!
  2. Cut your strips of wallpaper to size allowing a few extra inches on the top and the bottom. This will give you a little wiggle room and give you a nice clean line when you trim with your box cutter. It will also make it much easier to line up your wallpaper without the added weight of the roll.
  3. Only peel about 6 inches of the backing off at a time and smooth as you go. This will make sure the paper doesn’t curl in and stick to itself. This process is the easiest because you can smooth as you go without having to peel it completely off and start from scratch.

woman hanging up wooden light fixture. with wallpaper on wall

Wallpaper source: https://roommatesdecor.comLight

Light fixture source: wooden light fixture

 

Thanks so much for reading along!

Much Love,

Korilyn ~ From the farmhouse life

One Room Challenge Week 3: Installing soundproof boards! A must for any office space!

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House and Home | May 24, 2020

 

 

 

 

one room challenge

Alright, week three here with the #oneroomchallenge. This week our biggest concern was tackling the noise issue. The problem is the office’s location and the construction of the room itself. The office is centrally located near our bedrooms in the upstairs of our home; and the walls are paper-thin. For those of you that don’t know, our home was built in the 1700s and some of the original walls are still up; particularly in our office. The walls are made of vertically placed pine boards that are only an inch thick. So you can actually see through them in some spots into the other room. And while this is a cool piece of history, when it comes to practical use – it falls a little short.

So we had to figure out how we could make this space the most user friendly. We actually plan on using our office to work – go figure! Both of us are currently working from home and need a quiet place to work. My husband thought the best solution would be installing soundproofing boards right over the existing wall paneling. They can be on the pricier side – but a total must for soundproofing any office space.

electrical wires and soundproof board

Basically, soundproofing board is a rigid panel made from non-toxic material and natural wood fibers that are wax-infused. The wax resists water perforation and the density of the board provides excellent noise control properties. We picked up ours at Home Depot. We were able to order right online and do curbside pickup. I’ve been so amazed at how these companies are working so diligently to keep us all safe.

Since our office space is approximately 8′ x 12′, we didn’t need very many sheets of the sound deadening board. We measured and cut the sheets nearly identical to the way you would handle drywall. However, read the installation instructions specs carefully, as this paneling is a bit different than drywall. Some might find it easier to cut this product with a multipurpose cutter rather than a utility knife. We used common drywall screws to hang it, and are preparing the surface for painting by mudding over the screw heads and seams.

boards on wall

sound proof boards

Ok  – So next week we’re mudding and painting.. and Installing some beautiful wallpaper!

 

As always, thanks For reading pals!

Much Love,

Korilyn ~ from The Farmhouse Life

 

white couch, wood ceiling, and green ottoman

New couch covers from Comfort works – an honest review

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House and Home | May 20, 2020

When Comfort Works emailed me about a potential collab I jumped all over it! I love my slipcover Ikea Ektorp sectional sofa. It’s the perfect size for my large family. Everything is washable which is amazing, but let’s be honest; after so many years of washing those covers, the age was starting to show. There were stains that never came out, the fabric was starting to tear in places that were noticeable. As seasons change, so do styles – and I was ready for something lighter and brighter! (Especially now that I was out of the toddler stage with my kiddos).

gray ikea sectionalComfort Works is a company that makes slipcovers/couch covers…

for our favorite sofas like Ikea, Pottery Barn, and Muji. They also make custom covers. They have so many beautiful fabric choices. Honestly, that was the hardest part for me. They have heavy-duty fabric in so many colors, pure linens, everyday tweed, claw-proof Velvet in the most vibrant color choices, mixed blends, linen blends, velvet blends, bycast & synthetic leathers, pure cottons, and English stripes. At the end of the day, I went with pure linens. After getting the swatch in the mail I fell in love with the natural linen. It was incredibly soft and I loved the natural texture of the soft beige/tan. It was light and creamy.. without being too light. It was the exact color I wanted to incorporate into our family room to help tie in the color of my exposed beams. Plus, it feels very Scandinavian-farmhouse house which is totally a vibe that I dig!

fabric swatches inn tan linen, and faux brown leather

The process was like a dream…

from start to finish with Comfort Works. The fabric samples came in such a timely manner (they even threw in some extra ones too). The ordering process was so easy and the customer service was spot on – answering any and all of my questions. My slipcovers even came earlier than when they said they would!

When my covers came in the mail, I immediately pulled everything out of the box. Each cover was labeled to make putting them on super easy. Each cover fits like a dream! They have a little bit of wiggle room which I’m glad for. The linen is so super soft and luxurious! After seeing it for the first time I knew I made the right choice. Like most linen material, it came wrinkled. I wasn’t worried though because after a few days of setting it all up most of the wrinkles had already fallen out.

slip cover fabric on sofa

What a transformation!

It is absolutely incredible what updating your slipcover will do for your space! Honestly, If you’re like me and Love your sofa but want a whole new look – I’d give Comfort Works a go! You’ll get a completely new sofa look, but with the old sofa comfort. And I would totally recommend Comfort Works. They are an awesome company to work with and their products are of the highest quality! I seriously feel like I have a high-end sofa! I’m so happy With Comfort Works – and I’ll definitely be working with them again in the future! I have other Ikea chairs that could use new covers🤔. The only hard part is figuring out what fabric to choose 🤦🏻‍♀️ 

white couch, wood ceiling, and green ottoman

white couch, green pillow, and green ottoman

white couch, wood ceiling, and green ottoman

white couch, wood ceiling, and green ottoman

As always pals~ thanks for reading along!

Much Love,

Korilyn ~ From The Farmhouselife

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