Sometimes you fall in love with a home the moment you step inside. Certain places have this magical feel that instantly welcome you and makes all of your problems feel lifted away – you step in and somehow you feel better, less stressed, happier. Becky Cunningham’s home, @becky.cunningham.home, makes you feel just like that.
I am truly happy to share this vintage country farmhouse with all of you and very honored to have Becky on Home Bunch today. Her home has been featured in several magazines and soon you will know why. Have some fun and get inspired with Becky’s farmhouse style!
We are the Cunningham family from Stonewall, Louisiana…living on twenty beautiful acres in the country. In 2005 we moved into our pier and beam modular custom-built home and had no idea about interior design. However, after a trip to the Canton Trade Days flea market, our interest in home design and decor began when we found our kitchen island. The piece sparked our love for the farmhouse style, and my husband and I began many DIY projects to turn our new home into a cozy farmhouse. I like to call our style “vintage country farmhouse”…with a mix of vintage and new items casually blended together with a touch of elegant country. Our home is very simple…we built it on a budget and like to encourage others to use flea market finds to create the farmhouse style as well. We are honored to have our home featured in several magazines over the last few years, most recently, Country Living June 2017. flea market finds to create the farmhouse style as well. We are honored to have our home featured in several magazines over the last few years, most recently, Country Living June 2017.
Natural beauty surrounds Becky’s home. She knows how to make any vintage find look incredible!
Time in the garden is my favorite! Potting table is from an antique shop.
I love the idea of planting hydrangeas on planters.
The dining room is open from the kitchen and has a diagonal wood burning fireplace. The antique chippy blue cabinet is one of our favorite furniture pieces…purchased from a local antique shop.
The flooring throughout the main floor is Bruce hardwood.
The linen chair covers are from Pom Pom at Home.
The dining room is where I do a lot of photo shoots for products because the lighting is perfect. We love all the natural light. The table setting is a mix of ironstone and china with fresh hydrangeas and butterfly bush blooms from our garden. The chandelier is from Amazon.
The walls in the kitchen, dining room and family room are all Cotton Fluff by BEHR.
We designed and built the mantle from reclaimed wood. It’s also painted in Cotton Fluff by BEHR.
I always have fresh flowers and candles in our home.
The antique cabinet is limewashed in a soft grey paint color.
Isn’t Becky’s collection of ironstone and white china stunning?
The long buffet table and farm table was custom built for our dining room by my husband, out of reclaimed wood.
We updated the kitchen in 2012 by adding custom cabinets.
The cabinets and beadboard backsplash are painted in Valspar Kitchen Enamel White Bistro paint.
The island is built from reclaimed wood and found at Canton Trade Days Flea Market.
Our island dimensions are 33 1/2″ x 66 1/2″.
The reclaimed wooden vent hood was designed and built by my husband.
The butcher block countertops are from IKEA and I decided to paint the countertops around the sink.
We purchased the vintage wooden posts that anchor the sink, from a local antique shop.
The light over the sink is from Home Depot.
The farmhouse sink is Whitehaus.
Kitchen faucet is from IKEA.
My sweet husband hung this vintage door in our kitchen, which leads to the mudroom. I’m pretty much in love with him and the door! 😉
What can I even say about these gorgeous flowers?! I’ve got plans to use them everywhere. They smell amazing!
Relaxed yet comfortable, the breakfast room is a great place to have your casual meals.
The smocked top curtains are from Pom pom at Home.
The jute woven rug is from Rugs USA.
Chandelier is from Amazon.
I love using French market baskets for storage and gathering flowers in the garden.
The vintage wooden bench is from a flea market.
The hooks above the bench are from an antique shop.
My husband built the table and the chairs are mismatched and painted white.
The family room is our favorite place to gather for movies and snacks.
We hung an antique door above a sofa and placed vintage shutters on each side of the windows.
The Lattice Vanilla Contemporary Shag rug is from Well Woven.
Everything feels loved in this home!
The fringe pillows are Magnolia Home/Loloi and the large linen pillows are from Pom Pom at Home. The small pillows are custom sewn from vintage hemp linen.
One of our favorite collections is our vintage scales, all from flea markets or antique shops.
The wooden cubby shelf was purchased at a barn sale.
The crate coffee table was also purchased at a barn sale.
We have two white slipcovered EKTORP sofas from IKEA, and a third leather sofa from Haverty’s.
The chandelier is from Home Depot.
Becky loves vintage doors and this one is all about the details!
The master bedroom feels romantic and it features a soothing color scheme.
The bench was found at an antique shop, as well as the side tables and wicker rocker.
The grey rug in our master bedroom is from Boutique Rugs.
The master bedroom is painted in Silver Drop by BEHR.
The bedding is a mix of Bella Notte Linens (bedskirt and shams) and Pom Pom at Home duvet cover with small pillow.
The vintage tulip crate is used as a breakfast tray, and found at a flea market.
The chandelier is from Lowe’s.
The small grey dresser is from an antique shop with the original paint.
The bed is from reclaimed wood found on my husband’s Aunt’s farm. We designed and built the headboard together…hoping to create a conversation piece.
Our back patio has a great view of our land…with a pond and barn in the near distance.
I do a lot of gardening and one of my favorite spaces is our patio. I have a great vintage potting table to work from, and a farm table for outdoor dining. It’s a great area to gather and watch our farm animals…which consists of two pigs, lots of hens, and a couple of donkeys. 🙂
I really hope you could feel inspired and more relaxed after seeing this beautiful home. What I love the most about this series is that it allows us to see the interiors of many different homes of many different styles. I find this refreshing and I can always learn something new with them.
Wishing you all a healthy, happy & Blessed week, my friends! Be safe and know that I truly appreciate each and every one of you.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
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