Home Tour: Sonoma Broadway Farms

When we spent a sunny and hot afternoon at Sonoma Broadway Farms back in August, our mission was to capture farmers Jill and Sesa out in the field, doing what they do – working with their hands, harvesting fresh home-grown produce for their farm stand.   But upon entering their home, I simply couldn’t resist snapping photos of every corner of the space that they have so flawlessly decorated.  There is so much inspiration to be found, from the artwork adorning the walls, to the rustic kitchen, to the eclectic bohemian style of it all. The space is alive with their personal aesthetic, laughter, and love – take a little peek inside.

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

sonoma broadway farm home tour

In case you missed it, watch our video with Sonoma Broadway Farms; Check them out online and follow them on Instagram for daily inspiration!

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Comments

  1. Aaw you guys seem like a rocking couple! And you’ve decorated your home so lovingly!

    Beautiful human-beings :)

  2. I love those rustic feeling and warm colors… the more the merrier! Gorgeously stylish place!
    xx, Lana
    lanasartstudio.blogspot.com

  3. Beautiful home. I just moved to a log home on a horse farm in Fort Collins, Colorado and have been checking out the FP Blog for decorating inspiration. We added an African drum yesterday and I have been collecting feathers and more southwestern decor. These photos help a lot, thank you.

  4. This home looks just like mine in so many ways. I just love that the “hippie” decorating, which I’ve done for the past 40+ years is so loved by the younger generation too. Now it’s called “boho”. My 96 year old mom still has these awesome macrame plant hangers with stained glass inserts that she made back in 1969.. Just love that stuff. She’s 96 today! Peace and Love everyone.

  5. Oh my!! I really hope that at least one of them is Native American and not just a two white people “decorating” their home with portaits of indigenous people and textiles from their culture. “Boho” or “hippie” doesn’t always have to involve appropriating another’s culture.

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