Hey there! I’m excited to share one of my first Farm Girl Home Design projects I’ve been able to do this year. Even though it wasn’t for a client but for our store, I enjoyed this blank canvas! The colors, fixtures, and vanity were already picked out but I had free reign on the decorating and had a lot of fun with it.
We share this space in the market and it also has to serve a dual purpose as our bathroom and dressing room. I wanted a cowgirl chic feel and I think I accomplished that goal. It’s very feminine and hope that it feels like a fun place to try on clothing.
I wanted to use most of what we sell in the store so our customers could see how to use it in their own spaces. The bunkhouse coat rack is a favorite in our home decor line and is used to hang try on items.
Another goal of mine in this area was to make it feel like home, cozy, and beautiful. I found this gorgeous vase at Anthro, the frame with a photo of my horse is from our store (you can find it online soon) and the arrangement was put together by our friend Shanna at Blooming Buffalo Florals. You may have read that she did our bouquets at our Mama’s Day Out and also the fixture on Rose’s head at our checkout counter.
The candle (which smells delicious) we sell and the stirrups I bought from a friend! I love using tack to decorate with.
Of course, I had to put our Longhorn Express graphic up, I love it so much! Talia just adapted the wording for me to accommodate the fitting room.
And these photos below are my poor iPhone shots but I wanted to show you all that I had to get a little creative on covering up the mop sink (we are required to have one to pass code). However, this pretty blush curtain did the trick! And I added in our full length mirror for trying on clothes.
Pro tip: If your space is too small for a regular size hide but you still would like to use one, purchase a calf hide! I use them everywhere. Bathrooms, tabletops, merchandising, etc!
From Farm Girl:
- Full Length Mirror
- Bunkhouse Coat Rack
- Silver Photo Frame
Photos by: Baleigh Creed Photography