When we decided to move back to our hometown and put down roots, we did so about a mile from my grandmother’s home place. This is a little brick home on the side of the road, flanked on both sides by cornfields where there used to be rows and rows of tobacco planted. My grandmother was raised there and she and my grandfather lived there for a few years as newlyweds.
My brother lives there now, and one day we decided to walk over to visit him. While we were there, we explored the old sheds and buildings that surround the property. In one, we found a stack of old tobacco sticks. Seeing as farmhouse chic design is a very popular home trend, we brainstormed things we could do with those delicate sticks. Here is what we came up with.