Thursday, June 5, 2014

A Morning at Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique}

It's been a few years since I visited Snow Creek Farm. Located in Woodford, Virginia, the homeowner transforms her Victorian farmhouse and barnyard into a fun shop filled with antiques, collectibles, and handmade items a couple of times a year. The kids and I shopped one Saturday a month or so ago, and there were too many neat things for me to not share 'em on the blog! Come shopping with me?
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


Please forgive the iPhone photos. I had Harris in the baby bjorn and was also carrying a purse...I didn't want to give myself a hernia by adding the Nikon into the mix!
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


We were greeted on the front porch by one of the family chickens. The girls were thrilled.
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


Each room of the farmhouse was filled to the brim with collected vintage and antique finds. Many of them have been refurbished, refinished, distressed, or embellished. The prices are jaw-droppingly affordable. I always appreciate that Donna doesn't mark her items up the way the antique shops in the Old Town area of my town does.
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


Loooove the old silver and serving ware!
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


The back porch displayed vintage aprons, quilts, artwork, and a lovely old cabinet.
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

The backyard and barnyard areas were transformed into an outdoor boutique. There was a refreshments area that my girls promptly found, some covered tents with vintage finds, and some other outdoor spots filled with garden decor. The kiddos followed the peacocks, geese, and chickens around...and went crazy on the tire swing.
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now

 What did we bring home? 
Snow Creek Farm {Farmhouse Boutique Show in Virginia}, from Serenity Now


The girls wanted a peacock, but I bought some homemade soap made by the owner's daughter. The tea tree oil is T's favorite, and it lasts forever. I haven't had a chance to try my lavender and oatmeal yet. Her granddaughter also makes the most delicious, amazing caramels, and I may or may not have purchased a few of those too. I went back a few days later to pick up something for my family room that she pulled from her workshop. I'll be sure to share it on the blog soon...it's a fantastic storage option for me!

If you live in the DC/Richmond area and want to find out more about the shows (she does them a couple of times a year--Christmas is amazing!), you can connect with Snow Creek Farm on Facebook. This is not a sponsored post, just a fun PSA. {wink}


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2 comments:

Ashley@AttemptsAtDomestication said...

What a fun shop! We have one in an old house near my neighborhood as well. It's so cute!

Paula@SweetPea said...

Looks like a fun day! Did I go here with you once long ago??

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