Farmhouse Frocks New Studio

We opened our Farmhouse Frocks brick and mortar studio in downtown Millersburg Ohio on July 2, 2015.
Our goal here at Farmhouse Frocks is to make women of all sizes feel beautiful.
 You will see many different displays at our store. I thought this anthro looking gas mask that I snagged at the worlds longest garage sales would be a thought provoking conversation piece.

 Our motto for this business has been "more faith than fear" and its proven its self over and over again.

I've been like a little girl playing house with all the beautiful white space we have.

We also sell my Lena's Amish Granola granola and granola bars.

We have eleven Amish seamstress sewing our prairie style clothing.
The bike that you see hanging from the ceiling has been another one of our conversation pieces.
We also have up-cycled denim jackets, vintage shirts, and boyfriend jeans.

The sizes that we carry fit comfortably from sizes 5 to 28.
My Dad and I made this dressing room with industrial pipes.
A great friend of mine, Besserina, makes the curtains which we sell here as well.

You will find lots of all white ironstone in the displays around our store.
People describe our store by telling us that they feel like they are in Paris or a big city like New York.
Lately, this deep blue color has really caught my eye.
These huge industrial factory windows are hung in the front windows as a unique back drop.
We sell lots of our graphic tees that have our logo and fun slogans saying "Farm Fresh Frocks" and "Rock the Frock".
I love the cowhide rug that we got from Mike from the American Pickers.
Sassyfrass is our jewelry artist who has beautiful and unique jewelery.
The Lizzie Tunics are a hot seller here at Farmhouse Frocks.
Barb Chalmers from Restoration Details is the designer that paints all our beautiful furniture. Most of her furniture is done with the Annie Sloan paint.

                               We restock our clothing here at Farmhouse Frocks every week.
When you stop in to check us out, you will either see my daughters Syd or Fee and I

I took a old buffet and up-cycled it into our checkout counter.


I displayed the white ironstone pieces on this old bakery rack because the location where our store is used to be  Norman's Bakery.

Our studio hours are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

We also carry Besserina's beautiful cottage style linen pillows.

We are hoping that you get to stop by and see our new studio soon.
Or maybe you'll be able to make it to the Country Living Fair in Columbus, Ohio or Atlanta, GA.
We are planning on bringing our flair to these shows.
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