House of Harvest
Welcome to my antique home decor collection, House of Harvest. With a heart for interior design, I enjoy breathing new life into spaces with old treasures. I have a passion for finding beauty in the unique and I enjoy sharing pieces with age and character, resulting in interesting, well-collected interiors.
While photographing and sharing my collection, I soon saw demand for these history-rich pieces grow as well. With this came the opportunity to expand into props, styling, antique shows, features in favorite publications, and an invitation to sell on celebrated online market place One Kings Lane.
To inquire about collaborations, hire, or reach out regarding press, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below. I look forward to hearing from you!
Welcome to our home. It is a 1910 shaker-style white farmhouse on a hill, but to us, it is so much more. It is an answer to prayer and a dream that became a reality before our eyes. No really, it was a real dream. A dream I had of my husband leading me down a dirt road surrounded by hay fields to an old abandoned house and a small building covered in ivy...
For about 4 years we pined and prayed about leaving our very comfortable and settled life in a beautiful home in an area that we loved. But our hearts yearned for more, er...less. We would go on long country drives and daydream about what it would be like to surround ourselves and our collections in the type of homes we spent most of our weekends in, old homes with integrity and a story to tell, with a big garden outside. To slow down & live more simply.
We looked far and wide and realized what we were looking for was not easy to come by, no matter how far and wide we searched. Time came and went, our previous house came and went, even an 1895 historic farmhouse & barn we thought was meant for us came and went. But our faith never went. We believed this dream was still waiting for the right timing, so the hunt continued!
In 2014 the time had come for our dream to become a reality! One that we could see, feel, touch, even smell! We could see the dew-covered hay fields through the old wavy glass windows, feel the smoothed original fir floors under our feet, touch the tattered wall paper, and smell the wood burning in the fireplace on a cold winter’s day. Wouldn't you believe, this dream of ours was always there...always waiting for the right time to find us...and it was just around the bend from our previous home! Yes, we had driven by it many times over the course of 4 years, but never even knew it was there!! It has been hiding, waiting for just the right moment, hidden behind years of blackberry bushes, untrimmed trees, and believe it or not-- it is down a dirt drive, surrounded by hay fields, and the old root cellar is covered in ivy—just like in my dream!
Our home is our sanctuary and it is our honor to be humble stewards of the history here. We try to be intentional about slowing down & embracing a more meaningful way of life, taking time for the details. My husband Danny, our pup Ava, and I, together are the heart that makes this farmhouse a home. We still love to spend our weekends on the road finding treasures for your home and ours. If we aren't doing that, you can find us in our big garden or spending time with friends and family, or both at the same time! One thing we really look forward to is someday resurrecting an old dairy barn that burnt down about 8 years before we lived here. Thank you for sharing in our journey, check back often & see what we’re up to!
Hi friends, my name is Lindsea. Welcome to my humble corner of the world, a 1910 farmhouse in the wild Pacific Northwest. My story starts out with a love for decorating, old stuff, and long country drives.
From a young age, I found myself drawn to decorating. I would muster up all my 10 year old superhuman strength to move furniture out of the garage and into the living room by myself (which I still do to this day & I have a feeling many of you do too!). Whatever it took to create the design envisioned in my young mind, I would do it. I used the living room as my science experiment, adding this and that until I could stand back and smile in satisfaction at the concoction I had brought to life.
Fast forward 10 years & I still had a passion to create, I was beginning a new life married to the man of my dreams & decorating a house into our home. Our love of long country drives opened our eyes to a whole new way of life. Not only did we fall in love with the noble old houses & barns that had beautifully weathered through the ages, we also found ourselves inspired by the history-rich pieces we found that seemed to tell the story of the simple & resilient daily life of an era gone by.
It amazed us to see these one of a kind items that stood the test of time and were made to last. Items that were made with such quality and integrity, and at a time when people didn't have much, but they made the MOST of what they did have.
Now, in a culture where we seem to have access to everything we could ever need or want, yet most things in our world are considered "throwaway", these gems inspired and spoke to us in a soulful way that not much else could.
I fell in love with the history of every piece, the memories made finding each unique item, and the fulfillment found by surrounding ourselves with these treasure time capsules in our home. I began photographing & styling my finds, which eventually led to invitations to sell and share my passion with others.
I truly love what I do & feel thankful every day for the inspiration and creativity that surrounds me. As with most creative types, I seem to have a never-ending desire to learn, which resulted in my ever-growing knowledge of photography, styling, website design, I've even designed a few tattoos, and the creative journey continues!
Thank you for getting to know me, I hope you'll return often, find inspiration and say hello!