Feature Friday: Town and Country Living

Some of you have been having problems getting my email subscriptions and I think I have it fixed now.  Apparently some mail accounts changed some settings and wouldn’t let feeds go out with a personal email attached, so I changed it to my blog email address (which I have through my host service) and I hope all is well now.  So, let me know if you get this by email as I hope this takes care of the problem.

Meet another delightful blog, Jennifer with  Town and Country Living.  Her tag line is “where the streets of town meet the country road” and her adorable 1875 Victorian cottage is a mix of farmhouse and shabby chic. Lots of fun things going on in Jennifer’s home and I think you’ll enjoy seeing how she put her house together.  It’s quaint, cozy and cute, so enjoy the tour!


Painted a soft yellow, Jennifer’s Victorian is so charming and has lots of curb appeal.

front door and cat

Love the door and the cat, what a cozy spot to sit and swing.

Window boxes full of impatiens, one of my fave flowers.


Entryway welcomes guests.


Living room in neutrals of beige, white and blue.


Doesn’t this feel so welcoming?


The farmhouse kitchen looks like some great meals would be served up here.


I love her country farmhouse mix of elements.


Cozy and quaint kitchen.


Dining room with a pretty white painted table and chairs, hutch and china cabinet.


Light and airy comes to mind.

table and chairs dining


Family room with a few rustic elements mixed into the neutrals.

family room armoire

Very inviting

sofa family room


Older homes just have a charm that can’t be duplicated.


Jennifer painted that cute fleur de lis on her clawfoot tub and you can find out lots more information at Jennifer’s home tour, so  stop on over and stay hello to her.  I hope you enjoyed this cozy and quaint farmhouse tour of Town and Country Living.  I loved it!

- Rhoda


  1. Such a lovely old house! I adore all of the authentic vintage touches that are there. Door knobs, three panel doors, the claw foot tub- charm galore 🙂 Thank you for sharing this beautiful home!

  2. Hi Rhoda,
    Jennifer was a great choice to feature. She is as sweet as her home. I love her country farmhouse. So beautiful, warm and cozy. I found you through Jennifer’s blog and I am a new follower. Love your beautiful blog.

  3. Love Jennifer’s style and beautiful home…great feature!!

  4. Not only is Jennifer sweet, but her charming farmhouse is too, Rhoda! I love the pastels with the neutrals and the light is utterly amazing in each room. Thank you for featuring her home this week! It’s always so much fun peeking into blog friends’ homes! 🙂

    xxoo laurie

  5. Belinda Roberts says

    Hi Rhoda, I appreciate your help with the emails, but I still am not receiving yours as well as most of the other bloggers that I follow. Thanks again for your help.

  6. Linda Southworth says

    Hi Rhoda, my issue with the blog emails was different. It had switched to SPAM and no matter what I did it would not deliver the proper way. I had not changed anything on my computer recently. Well, now with whatever magic you have done I am back to regular deliveries. Hope you get the rest of your readers back on track. Thanks!

  7. Rhoda, still not getting your feed automatically on my email. Not getting in spam either.

    • Hi, GaNell, I tried the only fix I knew to try and none of us know what else to do. I’m so sorry! I may have to move my email feed to another service, but that costs $$ and I really hate to do that. You can always set up a feed reader account through Digg, BlogLovin, or one of those. It’s the email feeds that are being affected.


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