Cheryl and Richard redecorate their farmhouse into a charming country living space.
Nearly five years, including countless weekends and vacation days, is what it took to transform this modest circa-1860 farmhouse in Prince Edward County, Ont., into the charming home it is today. When Cheryl and Richard Little bought the house as a weekend retreat, its character was almost completely buried beneath layer upon layer of carpet, vinyl, linoleum, plywood, plaster and drywall. “I was skeptical when we first looked at it, but Richard saw it as a fun DIY project
,” Cheryl recalls with a laugh.Handy homeowners
Homeowners Richard and Cheryl Little pose with Darcy, a soft wheaton-terrier. Rustic linen instantly updated this armchair, originally covered in a fussy and dated floral