Step inside this quaint farmhouse style home. It's hard to believe it was once a cookie cutter

You don't need to live on a big old hill out in the country to have gorgeous farmhouse look. You can turn any old cookie cutter home into a Joanna Gaines looking paradise — just ask Deb of the blog Seeking Lavender Lane.
She managed to make the best out of her 1980s cookie cutter home, and Deb proves in her photos that it doesn't matter where you live, just so long as you put a little love and heart into your home.
From the minute you step on the front porch, you realize this house is anything but cookie cutter. That gorgeous wood door makes this porch unique and reminds you being out in the country.
It's the little touches that matter. A simple market bag hun with some fresh flowers brings that farmhouse style to this space. From this view, you can see the gorgeous sun shining through the glass on the front door.
One of the most unique touches in this home are the concrete kitchen counter tops, which Deb herself actually DIY'd. The white subway tile and farmhouse sink are staples for this design style but paired with these countertops? Gorgeous!
On the other side of the kitchen is a cozy breakfast nook. A large window lets in tons of natural light but let's not forget the stunning dark accent wall. I love how it totally complements the ship lap wall.
Another gorgeous feature in this home is the "headboard" that was built for behind the sofa. It fills up empty wall space in a way that is totally unique. How often do you see something like this? It's marvellous.
Another view of the living room, show us a quaint fireplace. This would be a nice spot to curl up and read a good book.
The master bedroom has a chic french cottage feel that ties in with the farmhouse look. The crystal chandelier grabs your attention and gives this room a rich looking feel.
My favorite thing about this bedroom is hands down the mantle and brick fixture. This is actually a mantle and exposed chimney that was completely DIY. You would never know because it is so gorgeous! It looks like part of the home.
The pink vintage style room is what little girl's dreams are made of. Talk about a great space to host tea parties with all your favorite stuffed animals.
Deb's style and taste are certainly to be admired and her home just goes to show that it's not about where you live it's about how you choose to live.
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