Jordan is a mother of two working hard to take care of her family and decorate their Alabama farmhouse. Sharing her adventures in decor on @chippyvintagehippie, Jordan has a flair for finding that one-of-a-kind item that makes a room sing.
Instead of an all-white, pristine aesthetic, Jordan uses layers of color and texture, infused with vintage finds, to give her home depth and interest. She's constantly redecorating, sourcing new treasures and freshening up each room with personality.
The main hub of the home, the kitchen is surrounded by white shiplap siding. Antique industrial lamps hang above the roomy island, which serves as a breakfast bar with three vintage stools. White cabinetry is topped with butcher block counters, while vintage hanging lights from a barn provide plenty of illumination. Open shelves hold vintage earthenware and antique tins.
The open floor plan connects the kitchen to the main living space, which is anchored by an antique Persian rug and chevron wood coffee table. Comfy gray sofas pair perfectly with textural throws, facing the fireplace and shiplap surround.
White shiplap walls extend through the dining room, which features a hand-me-down rug from Jordan's grandmother. A small antique table offers a cozy dining nook with room for the the family to gather. A black painted vintage hutch holds more of the family's vintage tableware, next to an antique butter churn.
More of Jordan's antique finds extend to the master bedroom, which displays vintage architectural elements over the headboard. Unfinished wood on the bench and end tables adds to the shabby-chic vibe of the room.
White painted shutters create a DIY surround for the pedestal tub, which features a vintage dark bronze faucet. A large basin sink sits atop a wooden cabinet.
Jordan's office is chock-full of vintage finds, such as an old drafting table and desk chair. Old book pages decorate an antique mantle, while a stately deer bust looks from above, providing bucolic contrast to the glamours glass chandelier.
Pops of color define her son's bedroom, which Jordan designed to grow with him.
Her daughter's bedroom features a princess-like chiffon canopy, and a bright quilt adds lots of color. A distressed turquoise cabinet completes the Victorian feel.
The back porch offers a communal respite in warmer months, boasting antique folding chairs and a large farmhouse table. Vintage sconces light the space for late nights enjoyed chatting al fresco.