I would love to eventually grow enough fruits and veggies and have enough chickens laying eggs for our homestead to have a cute little farm stand out front to help supply our community with fresh, locally grown, organic produce. The hubby and I have been discussing adding more chickens this spring. I may start of with just eggs, but that doesn’t keep me from drooling over cute little farm stands and farmer’s market booths on Pinterest. So don’t mind me, I’m just farm stand dreaming.
There are so many ideas, pictures, how-to’s and more out there, I’ve gone through and started collecting my favorites. This way when we do decide to build our own stand, it will be the perfect blend of functionality and charm.
I fell in love with this little “Farm stand of dreams” from WCAI’s The Daily. Of course it’s in Cape Cod, where else would something this charming be?
I love the functionality of the farm stand at Old Gates Farm. All hinged, so it’s easy to close up for the night, rustic enough to match our Alaskan homestead, and yet still so cute. I also like that I can see just how the overhead door works so I can pattern my own after it fairly easily. I’m thinking I could “go log cabin” with ours with a basic design like this.
How can you not love the “Veggie Wagon” from the Four Season Farm? Not only is it adorable, but it travels! Should we ever get big enough to go “on the road,” I’m going to need one of these!
Due to daramuscat.com being in another language, I have no idea where this little cafe is, but I love their display! It just screams farmer’s market to me. Those wooden boxes are just lovely.
InspiredByThis.com was inspired by farmer’s markets for weddings. My future farm stand has been inspired by her weddings inspired by farmer’s market. There’s something magical about baskets full of bunches of flowers.
I wasn’t able to find where this pic came from, but I LOVE it. This… THIS is what I want my farm stand to be! Those lanterns and baskets are gorgeous!
Gotta love the ease of use of this tractor-pulled stand from the Forgotten Acres Farm.
The Farias Family Farm in British Columbia shows off their products with this cute little stand. I bet it would be fairly easy to make your own using scrap wood!
I really don’t know when or if something like this will ever happen for our little homestead. But until then, I can keep on farm stand dreaming!
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