Welcome to my home! We built this two story faux modern farmhouse in 2019. It is a modest sized home (total finished square footage at 2600 SF) and we designed it to fit the need of our family of 4–open concept, south facing rooms, 3/4 bath on main level, and lots of light and airy vibes with warm wood tones. Let me show you around.
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Front Door | Console Table | Table Lamp | Ceiling Light | Greenery. Front entrance width including sidelights is 7 feet. Engineering hardwood floor is 7 1/2″ wide plank European oak from Urban Floor. Black Table Lamp from West Elm, no longer available, similar here, here. Abstract art from Pier One. Jute Rug from WayFair, similar here, here.
Glass Pendant Light | Delta Kitchen Faucet | Blanco Single Bowl Sink | Cabinet Hardware. White subway tile in herringbone pattern, grout color is #544 Rolling Fog. BM simply white paint color on kitchen cabinets. Island countertop Cambria quartz Torquay.
Wall Paint Color: BM Hale Navy
Vinyl sheet flooring from Mannington. Formica countertop. My favorite in this room is the retractable drying rack, saves a lot of space and is hidden when folded back.
Daughter’s Bedroom & Kid’s Bath
James Hardie Siding in Artic White | GAF Timberline Roof in Pewter Gray | Anderson 100 Series Casement Windows
Our home is a faux modern house because we don’t have a large wrap around front porch, or the typical distressed, vintage interior. It’s more of a modern, Scandinavian style, which is pretty neat too, don’t you think?
Important: If you see these pictures and think our home is always this tidy and clean, ha, that’s a lie. I clean and stage before taking these photos for Instagram, so they have that magazine worthy aesthetics that will earn me more likes. Don’t compare your home with what you see online. I live by the motto that Clea and Joanna from The Home Edit shared
The low-bar lifestyle is basically if you placed the bar so low that it’s barely off the ground, and all you have to do is step over it and give yourself a gold star. We are all about small accomplishments.The Home edit