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Knowledge and a little elbow grease turned an abandoned home in South Carolina into a farmhouse haven.
Loren opened up the living room to the dining room and kitchen area to create a more open loor plan. The result is both cozy and welcoming, especially with the faux shiplap wainscoting and wallpaper.

“I loved the actual design part, and I hired out subcontractors and managed that.”

When you’ve finished decorating do? your You you’ve either house, finished redecorate what decoratdo you the spaces you’ve already completed or find a new home to tackle. This is what Instagrammer Loren Carr of Blue Barn and Cottage has done on several occasions. Her current home in upstate South Carolina was vacant when she found it, with dark, outdated interiors. Two-and-a-half years later, she’s turned it into a farm cottage haven full of personal touches and DIY projects.

In the entryway, board-andbatten wainscoting provides custom texture, while coat hooks and an entryway table act as a great organizational space for going in and out of the house.
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