Christmas in a 100-year-old barn begins with a ten-foot frasier fir in the great room. Tanner, the Christmas watch deer, stands guard over the tree toys.
The rustic barn board is a warm background for traditional decorations.
A small oil painting of a winter scene adds a nice touch to the little Christmas village on a table at the foot of the staircase.
Vintage post-WWII candle lamps are a retro-accent.
A candy-pink wreath brings out the sweeter softness in the sitting room and decks the mantle. Family photos remain for the Christmas holidays. Vintage purses and an antique child’s knit bootie hangs like a tiny stocking waiting to be stuffed with treats.
The stairs leading to the third floor loft are evidence of the salvaged barn board used in the barn’s restoration. Wood from three older barns was used to turn a dairy barn with hay loft into a multi-level home.
Merry Christmas from the Farm Grove Barn! The Clemens family wishes you a holiday rich in tradition and memories.
The center of our season will be the celebration of Christ’s birth with our church family at Harvest Bible Chapel. Christmas has no substance for us without the reason for the season.