A small space between the hall bathroom and staircase marks the perfect spot for a wet bar that services the second floor family room. Floating shelves showcase framed photos and decorative accessories. Sage green walls and wooden accents give the space a country cottage look.
This lovely sunroom has a more formal air thanks to carpeting and comfy furniture. Blue check curtains and upholstery tone down the traditional furniture and French doors, lending a lighthearted, country feel to the space.
A round ruffle-framed mirror anchors the wall above a rustic wine and liquor storage cabinet with shelving for glassware and bar accessories. Industrial and vintage accents play together in this functional and efficient space highlighted by yellow trellis wallpaper.
An awkward space between the walk-in closet and bedroom serves as a conveniently located coffee bar. Muted robin's egg blue cabinets give the coffee station a country feel. Beadboard wainscoting adds more chic country charm.
Decorative lighting, natural texture and a pop of matte color combine to create this elegant country entryway. A natural wood frame encompasses natural rock walls and a blue door. Neutral walls and flooring finish the beautiful color palette.
An antique fireplace mantel serves a new purpose as a bar counter with bright red tractor seat stools. In the alcove to the left, a refrigerator and copper vessel sink make up the wet bar for this second floor family room.
Dutch doors have their perks; in addition to complementing the home's country setting, this one fills the foyer with fresh air and natural light. As guests walk in, they'll also pass a reclaimed wood console table and horse lamp on their way to the kitchen.
A small wall divides this wet bar and sink area. The hardwood floor shifts to a white tile floor at the room divide. Gray cabinets and matching countertops create a cohesive look. Mustard yellow wall paint contributes to the country color palette, and a natural wood mirror surround completes the look.
Distressed, reclaimed wood planks line the pitched ceiling to add texture and visual interest to this staircase. Iron lantern wall sconces give the space a cozy, inviting farmhouse vibe. A wall of windows keeps the stairs from feeling closed-off or dim.
The side entrance has the utility of a mudroom with its tiled floors, storage console and umbrella rack. A guest house to the east echoes the main residence with a gambrel roof, covered porches and shingled facade.
A dark bench and plush throw pillows welcome visitors to this home. The red tones in the pillows tie in to the bold red front door, while artwork hanging in the adjacent stairwell adds yet more inviting color.
The raised landing in the foyer is the result of a structural challenge. To facilitate the raised entrance, a landing with stone tile was added in the foyer, with a step-down into the opened up living space. Seafoam green paint and natural wood walls create a beautiful and welcoming look.
A reclaimed wood ceiling and shiplap walls give this entryway a touch of farmhouse style. To complete the warm and welcoming look, the designers finished the space off with a distressed console table and a vintage rug.
This farmhouse has a great sense of flow, as the entryway easily transitions into the great room. Two wooden armchairs sit on either side of the console table and can be pulled up to create more room for guests.