A locally sourced abstract painting provides a visually interesting focal point in the guest bedroom and intense pops of color. “As you come in the garage door, you see this room and you’re trying to pull the eye in to explore and that is why we chose that painting. It has a lot of that green, turquoise, a splash of orange and some black so it’s always a kind of fun game with art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
To keep the grounds sustainable, the landscaping incorporated permeable paving, mulches, recycled materials, locally sourced and site-salvaged materials and low maintenance, low-water demand and drought-tolerant plants.
Navy porcelain tile engulfs this crisp white soaking tub, while a corner of windows introduces relaxing scenery. Beside the tub is a locally-sourced vintage tool to set lavender or other bath time amenities.
At night, the farmhouse seems to float above its lawn with windows lighting a warm welcome to residents and visitors. The exterior is made from board and batten siding and locally-sourced stone veneer.