See farmhouse design at its finest in a 100-year-old home with charm to spare

When it comes to farmhouse design and inspiration Liz Marie Galvan of definitely one to follow. With 170k Instagram followers, a store and a few homes under her belt, she has honed her design aesthetic into a signature style. Her color schemes are neutral, her walls are shiplapped, and her furniture is chippy, yet elegant. She also isn't afraid to go all out. Her couches are full of overstuffed pillows, her tables decorated to the max with natural elements, greenery and loads of rustic charm and her front porch a masterpiece of seasonal decor and homespun charm.
She and her husband have recently embarked on a new adventure in the world of homeownership. That being the purchase a century-old farmhouse, a few acres of land and a beautiful red barn. They officially bought the farm and with it another opportunity for Liz to exact her decorating magic on a home desperate for some TLC. The home itself certainly has that Martha Stewart appeal which makes it the perfect canvas for Liz's curated farmhouse decor. While it may not be her last, this home is sure to have her followers coming back for more.
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A veritable rainbow of pumpkins decorate the front steps of this classic farmhouse.
An old church pew acts as the anchor for a collection of rustic and worn items in the entrance.
A trio of jeweled chandeliers illuminate the simple harvest decor of the worn farmhouse table.
One simple word, "Thankful" expresses the theme of the fall season.
Walls of windows surround this sunny nook on the home's main floor.
A collection of unique rustic finds add depth and interest to the sitting room.
Even the side porch gets the decorative treatment with a rusty daybed complete with striped textiles and an adorable little dog.
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