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.
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.
This renovated Maine farmhouse uses native evergreens and plants in the landscape. Natural stone is used in the landscape to make the space look natural, as if you came up the home while hiking through the forest.
A wonderful and exciting guest house transformed into an elegant space that can be used for intimate gatherings as well as public music performances. Designed for overnight guests, the farmhouse guest house is a true fantasy retreat.
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.
This inviting home is designed for an active family in Silicon Valley. Beautiful landscaping surrounds the home, which features siding and stacked stone exterior, as well a combination of shingles and tin roof.
White-washed exposed beams bring a farmhouse-style aesthetic to a covered outdoor kitchen by Taylor Morrison in California. The kitchen features natural stone flooring with pebble accents, and a built-in, stainless steel grill.