Under A Tin Roof is a lifestyle, home, and gardening company focused on creating content based around simple living, homesteading, and the creation of quality handmade goods. Founded by mother/daughter duo, Jill and Kayla Haupt.
We are so glad you stopped by. We are Jill and Kayla Haupt, a mother-daughter duo who started a lifestyle brand surrounded by our love handmade items and country living. What started out as a small garden and a flock of six chickens in our backyard turned into the adventure of a lifetime... Welcome to our small family farm, general store, online handmade mercantile, lifestyle blog, and more. Join in our journey and become inspired to live a more simple and wholesome lifestyle, seasonally.
Come say hello! Our 3.5 acre farm is located in the perfect little spot in eastern Iowa. Come pick from our aronia berries, vegetable garden, cut flowers, honey, fresh eggs, and more! We offer a CSA program, and there is also a general store where you can shop our dry goods!
From Jill's illustrations to Kayla's embroidery, our handmade goods are uniquely perfect for your slow living lifestyle! We create items that are inspired by botanicals and filled with femininity. Our goal is to share products that we personally love using and that make the earth a more sustainable place. You can also shop goods fresh from our farm, including beeswax and bulk herbs.
Our blog is all about living a simple life of beauty! From our favorite recipes and researching herbal medicines to our experience growing our own food and preserving a slower paced lifestyle, we hope that our blog inspires others to live a more wholesome and seasonal life every single day.
Are you interested in living a more sustainable, seasonal lifestyle? You can take a look at our seasonal guide page which categorizes all of our blogs into seasons t give you inspiration for the season you are currently living in. Plus you can learn to eat by the seasons, too!
Want to learn how to homestead on a small amount of land, even in the suburbs? How about learning a new craft like embroidery? We love to teach you new things that enhance your life and create useful tools. We currently offer online courses that you can visit again and again!
Are you a lover of locally grown food? We have an awesome CSA program that includes a Seasonal Recipe Blog where we share recipes made with the ingredients available in our weekly box. It's an amazing way to get more creative in the kitchen and support local growers! You can cook with the seasons right in your own home.