About Inherited and Co.
Old, Storied, Character, and Patina—those have always been “my things!”
As a small child, I would accompany my mother to antique stores and auctions. These experiences certainly cultivated my love for antiques, but my love for history and my desire to create home started even earlier in an early-1900s Georgia vernacular farmhouse.
The farmhouse still sits on land that has been passed down for generations, and the stories told in that house were ones of days gone by, and I clung to every detail—one-room schoolhouses, working as a pinsetter, owning a feed and seed store.
And while history was remembered, there was so much “good living” done there too! The smell of bacon-grease eggs and made-from-scratch biscuits filled the air, the hum of the sewing machine was constant, hugs were plentiful, and traditions were a priority.
That house was my grandparents’ house, and it held more than ancestral pieces—it held a beauty and a warmth that I strive to recreate every day.
Has this desire to create home been yours lately?
If so, you are in good company, friend!