Farmhouse style became popular thanks to Fixer Upper and Joanna Gaines’s love for it. If you are looking for design ideas – here are some photos of the modern farmhouse I’ve recently finished working on. The architectural details such as dark windows, doors, and a roof against light gray rock and walls create a classic timeless look. The windows around the custom door make the entry feel grand and airy.
The classic farmhouse style presumes a white kitchen, but the modern take allows for more creativity. Open shelves in the kitchen provide a place to showcase favorite decor pieces, as well as serve as storage for your dishes or cups.
Butler’s pantry is positioned between the kitchen and the laundry/mudroom and provides additional storage space. A mudroom with a bench serves as the second entrance to the home, making it easy for guests or children to do a quick change before entering the house.
This classic neutral tone color living room with Restoration Hardware furniture will stay contemporary for many years to come.
Utilizing a fireplace in the center of this room is a great way to enjoy those cozy winter nights. A large window in the family room takes full advantage of natural light, making this area a great place to gather. The light fixtures from the Pottery Barn remind of honeycombs and give a fresh spin to the hexagon tile theme.
This design is very popular in modern homes today because it’s chic style yet classic. The wooden stool in the shower is that rustic accent that adds an extra touch of comfort and elegance to the modern farmhouse bathroom design. It’s reminiscent of the old farmhouse with soul in rural areas but it still has all of the modern amenities that people want today. If you are looking for an interior designer in the Charlotte area or would like to work virtually reach out to me by filling out the contact form here.