Country-Style Entryway With Reclaimed Wood Ceiling
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.
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.
The playroom is full of fascinating things with plenty of floor space—and large floor pillows—to enjoy them. Vintage games and books are a large part of the room's fun colors; blue striped shades add tailored smartness to the windows.
A custom black metal sign with a positive message greets guests in this entry space. A small black wood bench and floor lamp provide a cozy sitting area before entering the adjacent dining room and kitchen.
A horizontally paneled accent wall mimics the design of this country-style staircase. Dark wood treads add beautiful contrast to the space, and a narrow hallway with polished concrete floors leads to the guest bathroom.
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.
Though the home was essentially gutted from the ground up, the design team used reclaimed wood beams and shiplap walls to preserve its sense of character and charm. They then layered in neutral furniture and rugs to create an inviting space for the owners.
In this foyer, white oak wall and ceiling panels pay homage to old barn interiors. To connect the house with its coastal California location, designers used a blue color palette throughout the rooms. Here, the foyer gets a gray-blue hardwood floor and a blue mirror.