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    Farmhouse Style

    by Jennifer Jackson
    We never tire of beautiful farmhouse decor. From bedrooms to kitchens, take a look at these simple and rustic rooms.
    • Mary Boyer

      I love displayed collections. These are vintage rug beaters.

    • Sara Palermo

      Vintage rug beaters surround the walls of this stairway....all I know is that carpet better be clean! Lol

    • Jenny

      vintage rug beaters as wall art

    • Grayce Blair

      WIRE RUG BEATERS - Connecticut Country Farmhouse | Inspiring Interiors

    • Katherine Ferguson

      Rug beater collection | Farmhouse Style - Rustic Home Decor - Country Living

    • Bobbi Charley

      Maybe do this in the kitchen with vintage kitchen tools.

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