Large windows, an apron sink and simple door pulls are among the features that tie this white kitchen to the home's traditional farmhouse architecture. Dark honed countertops are both functional and crisp against the white cabinetry. The newly built modern farmhouse rests on a 12-acre property, with an open plan for the kitchen, living and dining areas.
A magnetized strip keeps cutting tools close at hand in this functional farmhouse kitchen. Natural plank flooring fits with the home's traditional farmhouse architecture, while soft gray trim gives the space an updated feel. A shiplap hood above the Miele range and simple pulls on the flush-mount cabinets and drawers also complement the farmhouse design.
Dark furnishings with Danish modern lines blend seamlessly with the traditional farmhouse architecture of this light-filled, modern dining room. Throughout the home, soft contemporary colors and modern furniture updates the space for a 21st-century family. Trim is darker than the walls, creating a crisp effect that makes the space stand out.
This crisp and contemporary master bath features fun details that tie its design to its farmhouse architecture and rural setting. Cornflower blue trim pops against the all-white palette, while a freestanding soaker tub is a modern take on the traditional farmhouse bathtub. A walk-in shower features a frameless glass door and subway tile, and a floating vanity helps keep the space open and uncluttered.
To maintain the integrity of this 18th century farmhouse, Bernheimer Architecture outfitted the older portion of the home with historically contextual windows. They then stripped the two additions, which were made by the previous owners, back to their frames and re-clad them in gray standing seam metal and painted boards and battens.
The HGTV Dream Home 2004 in St. Marys, Ga., is a fusion of coastal style and farmhouse architecture. The home is on stilts to keep it above flood level. A second-story balcony and upper watchtower have views of the beach.
A new front porch and second story addition give the owners of this upstate New York farmhouse more room indoors and more ways to enjoy the outdoors. The design carefully echoed the home's lovely original architecture like the dormers.
The home's architecture was well planned to age beautifully. Rough-sawn, wide cedar planks on the outside of the buildings will weather to the soft gray of driftwood. The roof is zinc, and will get a pretty mottled patina with sun exposure.
The stone on the home is extended onto the patio. Stone containers with evergreen hedges match the rounded hedges in the landscape. The landscape design is simple, yet elegant and matches the home perfectly.