In 1940’s Arkansas, there was a photographer who went by the name Disfarmer. He was the son of a farmer and changed his name to show his discontent with the family business. Disfarmer’s portraits captured the lives and emotions of the people of rural America between 1939-1945. This baby portrait inspired today’s Room Muse.
He’s a cute little fella, isn’t he? I found pictures on Facebook where other Disfarmer subjects had actually tagged themselves! I wonder what this guy’s story is…
For him I created a kid friendly room in red and blue.
Rocker (Vintage Jane), Blocks (The Antique Toy), Red Desk/Changer (ShabbyChicFairytale), Military Lantern (Hindsvik), Metal Crib (Chedwich Antiques), Upcycled Mirror (The Vintage Treehouse), Fire Truck Lithograph (Blasts from the Past), Red Bookshelf (CalloohCallay), Recycled Fabric Mobile (MRowe)