Neutral Summer Style With Patriotic Touches: A Home Tour

In today's video, we have a summer patriotic home tour! We have a stunning home that is new to you but might have some decor that looks familiar. We have Krista here in her new home and I can't wait for you to see how she has styled this beautiful space:

Hi everyone, Krista here from Faith and Farmhouse!

Holly invited me to share my summer home tour with you all. We actually moved here about nine months ago from Indiana to North Carolina, and this is our new place all decorated for summer and the Fourth of July. Let's take a walk-through!

Starting outside, I hung up some bunting on the porch, and put out an American flag, little flags, and planters.

I also added a flag to a vintage tobacco basket, an old thrifted Coca-Cola crate, and a few other decorations.

Now, let's head inside. This is our living room. It's decorated in cozy neutrals. I recently got a new rug for our slip-covered sectional (washable furniture is a must with two little ones!).

Over by the entryway, I have a vintage church pew, a vintage flag draped across hooks, and some neutral pillows with a little flag pillow for good measure.

Moving on to the master bedroom, I kept things neutral again. I have a thrifted framed print I found on Marketplace, a new bed frame we love, and warm neutral tones throughout.

My husband works from home at the desk here.

The dining room flows right into the kitchen.

I created a simple patriotic tablescape with some thrifted dishes, neutral napkins, and little American flags. The centerpiece is actually something I made myself - a stained piece of wood with drilled holes that hold candlesticks.

Over by the coffee bar, I have a little apothecary dresser that I found on Marketplace and updated with new knobs.

In the kitchen, I have mugs on a mug rack, a vintage pie plate, and an island made from a vintage dresser I painted to fit the space better. (The original island was way too big!)

I also added a framed print of "America the Beautiful" for a patriotic touch.

Open shelving allows me to switch things up for the seasons, and my husband and I actually built these shelves ourselves.

Heading outside to the back porch, we have a table with another vintage church pew I found on Marketplace.

In the seating area, I hung some thrifted shutters and added a cute blanket and a little flag.

Back inside, we can peek into the bathroom with some simple greenery.

My daughter's room has bookshelves, a little play kitchen, another bookshelf, a canopy bed, and a new rug. We also did board and batten with pink paint in her room.

My son's room has bookshelves, board and batten with green paint, and lots of bins for toys.

Overall, the space is full of neutrals, greenery, woods, and whites. If you like this style, come follow me @faith.and.farmhouse on Instagram! Thanks to Holly for inviting me back to share our home. I hope you all loved the summer tour! Let me know what your favorite part was in the comments below, and see you next time!

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  • Tina Ann Tina Ann on Jul 07, 2024
    Lovely house but the chest drawers in the kitchen although its lovely in itself, to me, just my opinion lol, it kinda looks like its been put there before being moved elsewhere, a small island might be better but it is each to their own. I do love your house and styling of it just the chest in kitchen seems bit out, though in reality it may look really right there.
  • Darlene Feil Neigum Darlene Feil Neigum on Jul 07, 2024
    Thank you for sharing the photo of your kitchen with the dresser in it. I am going to look for something like that same idea for my kitchen. It is moveable. Makes sense. Thinking though I am going to look for a base of a china cabinet. Thank you