She Gave It a Go

3 Reasons To Love This 1920s Fixer Upper Home

Decor | October 12, 2018

Amanda, Midcounty Journal

Amanda, Midcounty Journal

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I had the privilege of meeting this lovely friend (both inside and out), at the Haven Conference this past summer. For this week’s “Friday Favorite” blogger (check out last week’s “Friday Favorite” here), I am thrilled to share her story with you. Meet Amanda over at Midcounty Journal. Come along as I talk about how Amanda’s home beautifully reflects farmhouse and cottage styles that are sure to inspire you!


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Neutral Palette

Amanda’s home is the most beautiful neutral color palette. Her unique ability to mix layers of creams, whites, and natural elements creates a peaceful and cozy vibe throughout her home. Elements like her sofa, pillows, blankets and other accessories share a neutral look, yet by utilizing various textures it gives great dimension and interest. She does neutral perfectly!




Projects Galore

Amanda and her husband are always sharing ways they are fixing up their 1920s home. And who doesn’t like a good before and after or a DIY to tackle? Amanda shares her projects with her readers, and does amazing work. One of my favorites is her new (to her) vintage washboard sink that she and her husband installed themselves. She’s also tackled painting, creating gorgeous tablescapes, and more.




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Vintage Goodness Everywhere

I mean, how many amazing things can one house hold? I always find myself oohhh-ing and ahhh-ing over her finds. She shares on her blog too, tips and tricks on how to shop for goodies like you see displayed in her home. So much vintage goodness!! Some of my favorites are her dining room table, her crocks on display, chippy architectural pieces, and her trunk turned coffee table.



Isn’t she lovely inside and out? I am grateful that the Lord allowed our paths to cross and now yours have too! Head over to check out her full blog, Midcounty Journal.

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