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A large mosaic-like photograph of Matt and Kimberly greets you in the entryway. The couple had the image enlarged and cut into squares, and it served as their wedding guestbook. Friends and family left messages for Matt and Kimberly on the back of the photos, and each piece is numbered so it would be pinned to a specific spot in the grid. The sections of the photograph have been secured with nails to part of an old fence, and can easily be taken off to so that the couple can read the personal messages on the back.
Matt found a piece of wood outside of their house which works perfectly as a hat rack.
"Pretty much everything we have is something we have either created or something we love as a lifestyle," Matt says. Matt built the bar and the saddle stools. Matt says they bought the saddles for next to nothing at a tack sale.
"We're all about going in search of what's different, what's old and what has some history."
The makeshift buffet table on the wall can be tucked away when not in use. It's held up using an old piece of barn wood and latigos from a horse saddle. On the opposite wall, Matt repurposed saddle fenders, which were leftover from the saddle benches, as wine racks. He used horse reins and other horse tack to make a strap to hold the wine bottles. They hope to make a little business out of selling the wine racks and saddle stools.
"We come across things and think, 'What can we do with this?' " says Kimberly. She found an old rain gutter and turned it into candle holder. Kimberly made the stained glass artwork that reads "Lucky in Love," as a wedding decoration.
The Weishoffs love the feeling they get when they walk into their home. "It's warm, cozy and inviting. You're almost transported to someplace you wouldn't expect to be from looking at the outside," says Kimberly. "It's a place we want to be."
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