While the name for Sara's blog and Instagram feed, Twelve on Main, would have you believe that she lives in a busy urban area, that actually could not be further from the truth. In fact, her stately farmhouse is located very close to Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. However, her lack of access to big-box stores has not lessened her ability to create and design a beautiful home for her family.
With four growing children, a husband and a German Shepherd, Sara definitely has her hands full. In the midst of this, she has fashioned a home filled with repurposed, reclaimed and restored items that bring depth and interest to every room.
In addition, she also proves that she isn't afraid to tackle large DIY projects (check out the family room shelving unit below) to create the home she wants.
A simple lettered sign sets the stage for the welcoming atmosphere of this family's home.
A repurposed church pew provides seating for last-minute preparations before exiting the home.
The rustic details in the coffee table and console are softened by a worn leather couch and lots of comfy accent pillows.
The family room's flat screen TV becomes part of the space with a weathered, wood frame.
The hand-lettered sign above the kitchen range looks as though it was made for the space.
When a home is built around a large family, it is imperative to have a dining table that can accommodate everyone with ease.
Industrial pipes, wood boards and lots of hard work transformed this wall into a space for decorative display and TV watching.
Classic bedding and pared-down accessories are what makes this master bedroom a relaxing retreat.
The combination of brown, coral and burgundy create a decidedly grown-up aesthetic to this little girl's room.
This light and airy office provides an artist's escape from the hustle and bustle of the home.
Just off the office is a cozy nook that has been designed to accommodate the children's need for a secret hideaway.
The boys' bedroom features a hand-painted mural of the world that allows them to picture the places they have been to and dream of those they would like to visit.
The cleverly made laundry baskets are actually repurposed tomato stands that have been lined with burlap.
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