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Cozy Front Porch = Spacious Backyard
This front porch is big enough to hang out on without feeling
The rooflines beautify and individualize the home–check out that swoop!–and a stone chimney near the rear of the house adds texture and warmth.
One thing we did here is set the house back a bit from the curb, which helped keep it from feeling too small for the lot and gave us plenty of room to create a spacious backyard. The black sills help to keep the windows’ wide, classic shapes contemporary, and simultaneously increase the contrast with the all-white siding.
The Den (and Entryway Features)
The den’s dark accent wall (directly to your right as you pass through the entryway) contrasts beautifully with the lighter-toned sofa. It’s the perfect space for a desk, more furniture, or a grand piano if you have one!
Across the way is this blue
Hold on to your milk boots, people, because here comes the kitchen. The modern light fixtures throughout the home add visual interest to
For those late-night snacking sessions, we have a multi-level lighting plan to help the homeowner access the light they need with ease. There are lights in the ceiling, versatile light fixtures above the window and island, and lights underneath the cabinets for those more specific needs. You could turn ’em all on, or keep things more subtle by just lighting up a level or two. It’s up to you!
That range hood is custom, with bronze worked into the wood to give it a handmade, organically modern feel, and the minimalistic exposed shelving allows you display a few things without having to worry too much about all your kitchen items being exposed to the world. Just a few statement pieces on those shelves will do the trick and help to further beautify the space.
The white cabinetry and four-inch countertops help the wood accents pop, and give those cool light fixtures an extra shoutout as well.
The Great Room
The great room flows from the kitchen in a seamless open-plan layout, giving you plenty of room to entertain and relax. A strong stone mantle and exposed beam ceiling give the room weight and texture, and black-
The Dining Room
The Master Suite
The master suite lies on the main floor, near the dining and mud rooms at the back of the house. It’s the best spot for your own personal haven, a good place to relax while still having easy access to the most essential parts of the home.
We used engineered floor installed horizontally on the wall to add visual interest and warm the place up! The custom barn door is by Five Bars with hardware from Rustica; its subtle pop of color adds depth to the space and makes it an easy place to chill out.
The Mud Room
Exposed shelving and a small sink make this room versatile and efficient, with plenty of room to throw some clothes around. The shiplap walls and unique wallpaper (look at those birds! Obsessed.) manage to stay neutral and match the room, while also adding some personality and variety to what can sometimes end up a pretty bland space.
You deserve to have a cute laundry room!
The Basement & Game Room
The window wells in the game room allow for some natural light to come in, so no more dark, dim basements! There’s space for gaming, chilling out, watching movies, or hosting friends (the wet bar definitely helps there, too).
Don’t miss the light fixture above the card table, an industrial chandelier that we’re obsessed with. It’s too cool. There’s a horse art feature down here, too.
Keep in mind as well that
Other Basement Details
The basement also features a bedroom and bath, and plenty of storage to go around. The floral wallpaper in the bedroom really
We kept things light down here to make sure nothing felt
Any questions? Let us know!
We hope you enjoyed your look at our Modern Farmhouse! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. We’re excited to hear from you!