Fresh Farm-Style Homes
Tour festive farmhouse homes decked out for the season to gain ideas for your own holiday decorating, and enjoy a cozy Illinois cottage curated with affordable antiques and festive pieces collected through the years.
Wreaths of Wonder
Whether you're adorning your front door, dining room wall or kitchen cupboards, wreaths are the workhorse of holiday decorating. Discover versatile ideas for all around your home.
Tabletop Houses All Aglow
Bring your tablescape to life with a village of faux-metal houses and silvery trees. Learn how to paint and arrange mini papier-mâché buildings and ornaments to replicate the look of popular galvanized-metal houses for your table or mantel.
Farmhouse Christmas Trees
Outfit your own country Christmas tree with the rustic ideas found in this feature. Be inspired to dress your tree in cotton, grain sack, burlap, galvanized metal and more to complement a festive farmhouse.
Winds of Change
Once a sturdy workhorse for farms across the country, the steadfast windmill now gives instant farmhouse charm to today's decor through its iconic imagery. Learn the history of the old hallmark and how it has become a decorating staple in today's farmhouse home.
Reclaiming Forgotten Treasures
This Virginia-born artist rescues timeworn objects and assembles them into elaborate masterpieces. Read his story and be inspired to see the beauty in the unexpected.
Christmas at the Farm
For those who prefer the holidays accompanied by the scent of goose or turkey roasting in a woodstove and a ride in a horse-drawn sleigh, a December visit to this Vermont living history farm is a true holiday gift.
Soiree in the Snow
Take a short trek outside for an outdoor skating party with family and friends. Set up warm and comfy seating, build a toasty bonfire and enjoy wintertime treats like s'mores and hot cocoa before hitting the ice. Create cozy memories at a winter wonderland get-together!
Rustic Christmas Dinner
Make this year's holiday meal a nostalgic one with these traditional, cozy dishes, including a turkey breast recipe developed by Nancy Fuller of Fuller Farmer and host of Food Network's "Farmhouse Rules."