About the Owner, Bev Crossen

Farmhouse opened in 2012.  

Farmhouse is a DIY boutique and stockist of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®.  Farmhouse offers eclectic shopping with a great selection of local art and creative workshops to ignite your passion to learn or just relax with the girls. A perfect venue for a baby shower, reception, or birthday party. At the Farmhouse the belief is that life is always better enjoyed with family and friends —Farmhouse feels like home.

About the owner...

Bev Crossen is a small business owner, entrepreneur, and community leader in Tupelo, Mississippi. She is owner of Farmhouse Tupelo and Farmhouse Fulton. She recently opened Indigo Cowork - a coworking space and coffee shop located in Downtown Tupelo. 

Bev has seen success, both in her thriving businesses and in her community leadership roles. In both she has leveraged her creative thinking, resources, and problem-solving skills. Her core beliefs are hard work, integrity, and passion for what you do will lead to success. Mississippi Main Street Association Merchant of the Year (2019). Alignable Businessperson of the year (2018), Most Influential Women of the Year (2017), and Movers and Shakers of Lee County (2017) are all honors she is proud of and she hopes to inspire others to dream more, learn more, and do more.

She serves on the board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis (Memphis Branch), The Community Development Foundation Executive Board, and the Downtown Main Street Association. She also serves on Economic Recovery Task Force, Tupelo Community Theatre, and Tupelo/Lee County Leadership Council. She is a rotary member and active in Tupelo’s Satellite Rotary Club. She is a former executive board member the Good Samaritan Free Clinic, American Red Cross (Alabama-Mississippi Region), Weston Reed Foundation, and Link Centre. She has served as past president of Lee County Medical Alliance and past member of Junior Auxiliary of Tupelo. 

Bev Crossen