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Down on the Farm

A homeschooling of nine gives her followers a peek at life—and interior design—on a farm.
An all-white farmhouse with black porches and windows was just Jenny’s style. The family tore out the existing landscape and replaced it with small green bushes. Not only do the bushes allow for a better view of the home, but they stay green throughout the year.

Jenny Zacharewicz is a force of nature. The homeschooling mother of nine (eight of whom are still at home) has spent the past seven years experiencing the ups and downs of life on Pumpkinvine Creek, a working goat farm in Georgia. She documents it all on her interior décor and lifestyle blog and Instagram account, Big Family Little Farmhouse. Her followers enjoy her posts, design style and vulnerability. “People are very drawn to the fact that I share my family, faith and struggles very openly in my stories,” she says.

She is known for her rustic farmhouse designs and for using a signature shade of green paint throughout her home. “The shade is dubbed ‘Jenny’s Green’ because it has no name and only I have a formula for the match,” she says. While she never planned to have a career based on her interior décor, Jenny is happy to welcome everyone into her home, whether they physically cross the threshold or enjoy it on the Internet. Currently, spring has sprung on the farm, and that means new life and new designs.

Jenny’s open floorplan is expansive and includes the living room, dining area and kitchen. While columns do separate the spaces visually, she tends to decorate the sections with the same color scheme and theme. “I keep it cohesive because they are so interconnected,” she explains.
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