If you were sweet on the snap shots from Part 1 of my visit to the Janzen's family farm, then you'll be totally smitten over these shots of the farmhouse's intriguing interior. Eclectic and personal, the Janzen's home offers a glimpse into the family member's hearts. Everything is beautiful, well-loved and enjoyed often. Personal touches like vintage tin boxes, family photos, homemade afghans and stacks of the owners' beloved books fill the home with heart and soul. The look is compositional, yet carefree. Layered, yet light. Each room reveals itself in stages; and, each visit to the farmhouse ensures something new for the eye to capture! But enough from me...take a look around and see for yourself. Pretty picture ledges make swapping out treasured family photos a breeze! Nothing says Canadian design like the classic Hudson's Bay Point Blanket! A straw hat and textured belt, casually slung over a standing mirror, create an artful composition in Virginia's bedroom. This gorgeous vintage linoleum flooring was recently unveiled when Virginia pulled back the broadloom carpet in her bedroom! A blue afghan and rustic-style bench rest at the end of the bed and put the finishing touches on the room. Amy Walters is a Winnipeg-based design enthusiast and blogger. For more design inspiration from Amy, check out her blog aDESIGNdock .