Boxwood Avenue

CHLOE MACKINTOSH | founder, Boxwood avenue

Resident farmgirl

Chloe is self described as, "a girl relocated from Miu Miu to moo moo," uprooted from urban living, she is a chicken & quinoa kind of girl, living in a meat and potato kind of world. Chloe writes about balancing life as a hostess, homemaker, and farmgirl. Sharing things like "how to dry herbs" and "how to plant a fall veggie garden", Boxwood Avenue is a lifestyle site reigniting the beauty of making. A place where slow living is relished and encouraged; we believe in the old world traditions that make for a simple and fulfilled life. 

Now located on a cattle ranch in northern California, in a town with a population of 99, Chloe keeps the company of her chickens, duck, kittens, horses, dog, cows, goats, and husband. There's a few cows there too. 

Chloe also works as a freelance stylist for boutique wineries, bakeries, florists, and other creative businesses to help tell their unique story.

Boxwood Avenue | slow living on a modern homestead
Boxwood Avenue | slow living on a modern homestead

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lori behle | freelancer

assistant

Lori recently made the move from Nebraska to Likely after graduating from the University of Nebraska with a degree in Hospitality and Business.

She assists with everything from photo shoots and content creation to packaging stamps and keeping Boxwood Avenue organized. She is passionate about living simply, embracing the day to day, and learning new things.  When she's not working, you can find her in her kitchen trying out a new recipe or walking around the ranch with her pup, Boone.

 


photographers we enjoy working with, many of which have contributed to the site. 

gagewood | sarah deragon | melina wallisch | indu huynh | kevin chin | Rachael Hairston