Hey friends! I want to share a few black and white barn sketches. If you have been following me on Instagram, you know that I have a thing for barns, especially white barns. I just love the look of them and the history associated with them. The beauty of the chunky wood beams and those gorgeous high ceilings! Similar to this beauty….
*don’t scroll too fast this next photo might make you a bit dizzy*
In my spare time, I love treasure hunting. I love browsing through antique malls and going to flea markets. I also love taking drives through the countryside to find a few hidden gems like these.
I could see using this property to host markets and maybe even turn this into a country store to sell painted furniture and home decor. How fun!
And how classic is this white barn with a perfectly imperfect american flag painted on it? Love it. Which brings me back to these black and white barn sketches. They really spoke to me. I am not sure who the actual artist, but the detail of these sketches is really amazing. They were calling my name. It was love at first sight.
I think I will probably have them framed in a chunkier wood frame because these seem to just be some sort of plastic. But, they look like they were once professionally framed on the back.
I really loved the contrast of these sketches in the black and white. The detail in each of them is so life-like. I can totally imagine someone standing on their property with their easel drawing these.
I wanted to display these in our transformed formal dining room, so I went out to the garage to look at some of the pallets we had. This is what I came up with….
I really scored on these black and white barn sketches to add a bit of vintage farmhouse style. I am also sharing the full tutorial of this pallet wall easel very soon.
Have a great week,