Check out the wonderful rustic interior of this lovely farmhouse

There is no doubt that Little Glass Jar aptly describes the home and blog of home design lover, Ashley Broviak. Located just a short drive from St. Louis, Missouri, the Broviak's home features many of those quaint farmhouse items such as mason jars, green wreaths and white ceramics. While the exterior of the home is neutral and unassuming in its style, the interior will have you coming back for more. The transformation of the interior, from commonplace to rustic farmhouse, is refreshing as the design of builder grade homes often leaves you craving the unexpected. However, Ashley doesn't overcompensate either and instead leans towards simplicity in color, design that allows her furniture and decor choices to speak for themselves.
In addition, Ashley's Instagram feed is chock full of beautiful vignettes created with items from her home, as well as her DIY farmhouse decor projects. You will love her ability to transform typical vintage items (ie. old milk cartons) into something special.
Vintage milk cartons in primary colors are made into a unexpected wall art in the kitchen.
An heirloom quilt provides a splash of color in this neutral master bedroom.
Industrial stools serve double duty as nightstands with room for a lamp and books.
A large farmhouse table provides lots of room for family dinners and holiday parties.
An antique china cabinet creates a gorgeous backdrop for this sunshiney dining room.
Wood-trimmed chalkboards and a metal lunchbox makes this cozy office unique and interesting.
A gallery wall of black and white frames creates a classy backdrop for the reclaimed elements in the living room.
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