What do you get when you combine flea market collectibles with farmhouse style during the fall? The result is the home of antiques dealer Susan Taggart, who has decked out her home in Canton, Ohio, with flea market finds for a charming fall farmhouse.
Susan, who owns the Etsy store Must Love Junk, has lived in her home with her husband for 13 years. The historic home is from 1929, but didn’t need too many renovations when they moved in. The home has colonial style architecture, which has led Susan to decorate with a rustic farmhouse style, featuring the vintage décor she loves so much.
Flea Market Fall Farmhouse
Susan is a sucker for all things vintage. “Ninety-five percent of my home comes from either flea markets, thrift stores or garage sales,” Susan says. She loves to take second-hand pieces and create a new life for them, and the results are stunning.
Susan’s fall farmhouse features a color palette that’s mostly neutrals. She combines various shades of texture to keep things interesting, which works perfectly with her flea market collectibles. From chippy white furniture to textured rugs and cozy throws, the fall farmhouse looks warm and inviting. “I’m really drawn to architectural pieces and the warmness and rusticity of wood,” she says.
When Susan does do color, it’s usually subtle pops of green through fresh greenery. During the fall, she incorporates pumpkins and other fall harvest foods into her décor, in her favorite whites of course.
To see the full tour, as well as get Susan’s tips for flea market shopping on a budget, visit American Farmhouse Style.