Live Sweet Barnyard Reveal!!

I have been so crazy excited to share these pictures with all of you! I have been dreaming of a cotton candy-colored barnyard for years! To finally see my dream come true is even better then I could have imagined!!

It took me months of going from one paint color to another until I finally made a choice. Oh, my word am I so happy with what we settled on! All day long I catch myself looking out at the barnyard and getting all giddy. I feel like a little girl in a candy store!

The colors are just bright enough to be happy, but not too bright to be too much. We also painted the fencing white. It gives everything such a classic farmyard look and ties it all together so well!

full view of the barnyard
lamb in front of the pink and mint chicken coop in the barnyard

My animals and this barnyard and yard are my happy place! They are one of the main things that center me and help me let everything else go. I know a lot of people who meditate, run, or do yoga and other things. For me, my animals and this spot are what helps me relax and get back to focusing on the things that really matter in life. Making a magical place for my animals and my children, caring and nurturing them all is what I thrive on!

chickens with pink and mint coop in the background of the barnyard

I’m so excited to work on barnyard projects this summer and share the progress with you guys along the way! Tell me what things you’d like to see more about on the blog with the animals and the farm! This is my passion and I love that I get to share it with all of you!!

pink and mint barn

I would love to hear how you all like the barnyard! Head over to our Live Sweet IG account and tell me what you think!!

baby bunny

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  • DeeAbsolutely precious!!

  • JudyBeautiful! I love love all of your critter family! 

  • Sandi HixsonAdorable as can be!!!

  • CarlinThe barn is beautiful. 

  • FeliciaSo cute! I’m wondering the names of the paint used ?