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American Farmhouse StyleAmerican Farmhouse Style

American Farmhouse Style

August/September 2019

American Farmhouse Style is the ultimate resource for open, welcoming American décor and architecture, whether in a historic farmhouse, modern country estate or suburban home.

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United States
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English
Editor:
Engaged Media
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proud to be american

Great things are happening withAmerican Farmhouse Style! We’ve just launched our fully redesigned website at AmericanFarmhouseStyle.com—have you checked it out yet? We’re so excited to grow our farmhouse community with tons of ideas, inspiration, house tours and advice on renovations and DIY projects. To help you get the most out of our online content, we have a new column at the beginning of the magazine with a sneak preview of some of our upcoming online stories. Also, keep an eye out for teasers throughout the issue, which will tell you about expanded stories that you can view online. If you’re not already part of our online community, I encourage you to come follow along on social media, from Instagram and Facebook to Pinterest. We have lots of great photos and ideas there…

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american farmhouse style

EDITORIAL Editor: Victoria Van Vlear Assistant Editor: Kristin Dowding Managing Editor: Anne Brink Content Manager: Brooke Sanders DESIGN Design Director: Gabby Oh CONTRIBUTORS Amelia Carroll, Shelby Deering, Carson Dike, Kristin Dowding, Elizabeth Falkenberg, Jin Hyun, William Levin, Michelle Mastro, Laura Shimko, Hannah Strandberg, Leslie Saeta, Jessie Yount ADVERTISING Sherrie Norris - West Coast Account Executive snorris@engagedmediainc.com Julie Hale - East Coast Account Executive jhale@engagedmediainc.com Nadia Koepke - Midwest Account Executive nadia.koepke@engagedmediainc.com Eric Gomez - Advertising Traffic Coordinator OPERATIONS Manish Kumar Mishra: Operations Specialist Surajpal Singh Bisht: Prepress Manager Chandan Pandey: Production & Newsstand Circulation Analyst Shailesh Khandelwal: Vertical Head - Subscriptions Alex Mendoza: Administrative Assistant Victoria Van Vlear: Intern Program Manager…

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the almanac

PATRIOTIC PILLOWS Make your home seasonal with these summer throw pillows. Did you know? This July 4 marks the 243rd year since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Here are a few ways the US has changed since then. DIY Pinwheels Add Americana flair to your home or garden this summer with these fun homemade pinwheels. This makes a great kids’ craft too! WHAT YOU’LL NEED: • Double-sided scrapbook paper• Optional: paper cutter• Scissors• Double-sided tape• Decorative tacks• Skewers or straws WHAT YOU’LL DO: 1. Cut the scrapbook paper into a square of your desired size.2. Fold the square diagonally in each direction so the open paper shows an X.3. With the scissors, cut each fold line halfway to the middle of the paper. Don’t cut all the way to the middle.4. Fold down half of each corner…

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plant propagation 101

Whether you have the dreaded brown thumb or are looking to maximize your plant-growing capabilities, plant propagation is an easy way to increase your new plants using the plants you’re already growing. It’s an especially great method for houseplants. In Leslie F. Halleck’s new book,Plant Parenting: Easy Ways to Make More Houseplants, Vegetables and Flowers, she shares the tips you need to know to reap all the benefits of plant propagation. LEAF-PETIOLE Cuttings “Not all plants can develop roots and buds directly from the base of a leaf,” writes Halleck. Many need a section of petiole (the stalk that connects the leaf to a main stem) or a piece of the main stem. This is common for plants that have short stems and are very leafy. You can still propagate plants like…

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diy barn quilt wall art

Quilting has a long tradition in the US, and there are thousands of traditional quilting block patterns that have been passed down through generations of American women. The newest tradition, centered on farmhouse décor, is to paint a large quilt block on the side or front of a barn. Barn quilts have quickly become popular across the US, and now you can take a barn quilt into your own home with this painted wall art. WHAT YOU’LL NEED: • Square piece of wood at desired size (whole inches work best)• Square wood frame or wood trim cut to size• Optional: wood glue• Paint of choice (used here: Dixie Belle Paint Driftwood, Blueberry and Cobalt Blue)• Paintbrush• Pencil and ruler• Painter’s tape WHAT YOU’LL DO: 1. First, prep your piece. We started with a framed…

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quality over quantity

Artist Lindsay Klix had no intention of turning her passion for pottery into a full-time career when she attended her first class at a community college in 1998. But that’s exactly what she has accomplished with her shop, Off Your Rocker Pottery. Lindsay’s designs are a marriage of her love for smooth, clean lines and the organic flow of nature. She crafts each piece of dinnerware to perfection. “I don’t need more things in my life. I found that I need better things,” she says. “I look at the form because that’s the first sense that you take in, but I also try to dive deeper into how it makes you feel.” When working in her studio, Lindsay considers every practical detail too. Her pieces are dishwasher, oven and microwave safe. What…

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