The architects took a staged approach to the home's design. The front living room is a one story, gabled space, while the rear space is a two story space that houses the bedrooms. Connecting the two are a screened porch and other secondary spaces.
Modern White Master Bedroom With Black And Neutral Accents
Clean and bright, this master bedroom has white walls and floor covering with a contemporary black bed, neutral and black accent pillows, reading nook with gray upholstered chair and modern floor lamp and side table, and black steel windows.
Modern White Kitchen With Panel Refrigerator And Work Island With Pendant Lights
This is a modern take on a farmhouse kitchen with all white floor to ceiling cabinets and walls, panel refrigerator, vent hood, and work island with midcentury modern stools and black pendant lighting.
In the modern living room, windows create the illusion of being both indoors and outdoors, letting in plenty of natural light and reflecting off the white walls. A black, modern sofa and black modern chairs provide plenty of seating in the large space.
Different Materials Show Separation Between Public and Private Spaces
To create a clear separation between the public and private space of the house, architects use materials that would delineate the two spaces. The first story-the public spaces of the home-is filled with windows that allow in natural light and create a transparency from one side of the house to the other. However, on the second floor, where the bedrooms are, architects used stucco to create a more private feel for those spaces.
Modern White Farmhouse Living Room With Black And Gray Midcentury Modern Furnishings
This modern take on a white farmhouse living room has a contemporary gray upholstered sofa, modern white coffee table, black leather upholstered midcentury modern arm chairs, and contemporary black steel windows.