This kitchen sits at one end of a very large great room. A major focal wall with a black and white geometric tile from Tesselle balances out the many white walls around it and really works in this very modern farmhouse. The hints of brass create another visual pop to draw the eye toward the cozy island seating.
Shiplap is a sought-after look these days, but one place to save is in the materials you use. Unprimed spruce is one of the cheapest options, says Austin Lineberry of New River Building Co., who found it at less than 90 cents per linear foot for this home project. Plus, he used shiplap instead of a tile backsplash around the cabinets, for a consistent look and cost-effective option.
Walking onto this historic property in the United Kingdom is like stepping back in time (calling all Downton Abbey fans!). Netley Lodge, named after an 13th-century abbey originally supported by this farmhouse, the estate has been lovingly maintained for hundreds of years.
Vaulted ceilings and white cabinets, Calacatta countertops and a large eat-in center island creates an airy, sophisticated kitchen. With vintage modern and traditional details like traditional satin nickel bin pulls, a sparkle from the fabric-wrapped chains on the pendant lights and porcelain herringbone floor tiles adds depth and creates a feeling that is both contemporary and inviting.
This modern farmhouse kitchen combines new fixtures with old school character and charm. Industrial pendant lights and simple metal chairs contrast the the marble countertops and stainless steel accessories.
Welcoming residents and guests since the 16th century, this beautiful home has plenty of comforts for modern times too. With six bedrooms (several with bathrooms attached), a pool, extensive grounds and gardens and much of its original details, it's a historic treasure.