Architectural Designs Modern Farmhouse -There is a beautiful farmhouse inn located next to river bank in California. If you stay in this inn, you will get many benefits like a breakfast with lake view, a beautiful flower inside the bedroom, what a nice offering.
This idea was coming from two sisters namely Catherine Bartolomei and Joe from Russia. This farmhouse inn becomes the popular inn for tourists because it has an eye catching and also elegant design.
Catherine explains that this inn is the foremost casual inn with wine-country style. This inn has a good design mix of high and low style. It is using neutral textures with some barn-wood cabinetry and marble counters. The use of big Galvanic will make this inn more incredible. So, if you want to design your home like a farmhouse style, we have brought to you the design.
If you want to make an invention, you need to consider the necessity first. Natalie and Tim Hamm said that the necessity is what inspired them. This married couple was studied about design in Ole Miss, they didn’t have much money at that time to get the interior design.
And finally, Tim decided to build the home from the scratch by his own hands and he became a pro. “Then many people keep asking to buy it, and then me and my husband decided to sell them” said Natalie. And now, they have company in custom wood and swing that already spread all around the world.
Alabama Farmhouse Renovation
photo by Brian Woodcock
This is a big farmhouse with a new look of exterior design from the Thorntons. This design is unique because the house has no windows frames. Another characteristics of this house is the use of metal roof, double doors in the entrance, square column in the terrace, and using the batten siding wall for the exterior design. Not only the house is big, but also the yard. The farmhouse with this style has a large yard and it allows horses to run everywhere they want.
White Farmhouse Exterior and Front Yard
Another white farmhouse ideas is the one with the cement board in white color. This house will look like a painted cedar wood. This style will offer the longevity and also practicality for the owner. The big yard in the front house will give more natural look.
White Farmhouse Exterior and Backyard With Pool
The use of pavers in blue color inside your pool will make it up back for your patio. Adding the four chairs in red color will energize your backyard. It will be perfect when pired with your white house and also the blue pool. It gives cheery hint of a patriotism look.
Farmhouse With Lake Views
This stunning farmhouse is created by the use of winding paver as the pathways and also boulders. Using the Adirondack chairs in the yard will offer an idyllic vantage for relaxing in lake views.
Charming White Farmhouse Exterior
This stunning farmhouse gives you both traditional and also modern elements. The welcoming front terrace is a reminiscent of old common store. Then, the vertical siding is giving your home such a modern-day look.
The plans for multi-story farmhouse are unlimited for anyone who wants to purchase or build this beauty family farmhouse wherever you want.
Bucks County Retreat
This farmhouse is located in somewhere called the “sleepy Delaware River town”. This is in the Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This is a country house made from scraps of an old decommissioned of barge boats.
Steeped In History
Today, this farmhouse is a museum for the 19th century building. This is where Henry David Thoreau’s or Louisa May Alcott and her sisters lived in the past. With red wall and pattern roof, this farmhouse is so charming.
Albemarle Country Home
This amazing white farmhouse is designed by the great architect namely Mark Finlay. It was built for any country lifestyle. It has an adorable porch and also the wrap-around deck. So classy.
This house of a farmhouse has its own characteristic. Has its own barn, open pasture on a 4-acre lot, and stable, this farmhouse is originally from suburbs Atlanta.
This farmhouse is adopted the Victorian-style home. You can see the big porch as the gathering spot with family. A great home with classical look.
Santa Ynez Stunner
This is one of a rented farmhouse. If you do want to get here, you can spend your whole day at pier in this very traditional farmhouse.
If you consider the big one for your family and relatives, this farmhouse is really suitable. It has a big back yard with swimming pool. Natural ambience is really fully here.
This adorable farmhouse is in Texas. It is so beautiful with gray roof and pink door combining white wall.
Photo: Helen Norman
The Farmhouse is using the mountain as the back view will give a really natural look. The details of charming cottage and long front hall will amaze your sight.
The use of dull gray shingles, dark pine for the walls and also floors, along with the dated décor make this home is really traditional.
Inspiring Garden Entry
photo by Alison Miksch
The use of brick for the walk street give a traditional pattern yet stunning look for the house decoration. The use of bright red door combining the white walls and dark gray roof will match enough with the brick walk. It is the welcoming scenery for every guest. The porch will also be the attention grabber along with the glass windows in many amounts.
In front of the house, the plants and also the short entrance gate will be a complement for the facade and it will give a perfectly full perfect home exterior for the outside. The outdoor area of this home is design as the useful living space.
Timeless Southern Design
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
This home is a farmhouse of Louisiana home. This is designed by a celebrated architect called A. Hays Town. He is elegant and welcoming architect. He wants to emphasize to settle down and to look the house as they were there forever before.
Baton Rouge Beauty
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
Located in Baton Rouge’s Bocage neighborhood, this brick home was designed by celebrated Southern architect A. Hays Town. The classic materials, generous front porch, and elegant setting are all signatures of Town’s designs.
The Genteel Cottage
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
This farmhouse charmingly located in Baton Rouge’s Bocage neighborhood. This is one of the brick home and it was designed by A. Hays Town. It can be seen that the house uses classic materials which create an elegant setting with the front porch.
Photo: Hector Sanchez
This Arkansas home and garden prove you don’t need a mansion to live big. Garden designer Daniel Keeley was searching for a small, affordable house to make his own when he stumbled upon a 1,004-square-foot fixer-upper in a desirable neighborhood in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Daniel was drawn to the cottage, built in 1948, because of its simple, symmetrical design and relatively level, corner lot. He saw opportunitiy for creating unique spaces for gardening and outdoor living.On a lot of less than a fifth of an acre, he’s integrated a house, front garden, perennial garden, fountain garden, cabana, courtyard, rear garden, and vegetable garden
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
This delightful cottage gives Southern Gothic a new meaning, updating the classic Carpenter-Gothic-style space for contemporary living without altering any of its wonderful charm. Built around 1890, this beautiful Monteagle, Tennessee mountain cottage is a study in simplicity, mixing natural materials including stone and timber to create a warm, inviting, and welcoming space.
The “window” that underscores this house’s Gothic charm is actually a repurposed mirror found at an antiques shop in Nashville. A chipped Victorian front door sets the tone for the decor inside. Clearly rooted in history and tradition, but delicately and sympathetically restored for comfortable living today, this Tennessee mountain cottage is elegant, enticing, and clearly fit for the Southern life.
Charming Cottage Makeover
Photo: Alison Miksch
With a little give and take, the inherent charm of a 1920s cottage comes into full view. Easy shifts in scale and dimension with tidy plantings boost this home’s curb appeal. The exterior makeover of this Alabama cottage included removing metal awnings that were hiding the house and adding a dormer for extra dimension.
The awnings were drawing attention away from the rotting cedar wood cladding, which they replaced with cement siding. A coat of bluish gray paint and crisp white trim were the final touches for transforming this cottage into the most dashing home on the block.
photo by Jana Carson
All of the homes in the lake community of Carlton Landing in Oklahoma are designed with large porches to foster neighborliness. The home of Jen and Grant Humphreys is extra-inviting, featuring a 10- by 16-foot seating area on one end of the porch and an equally spacious dining area on the other.
Picturesque Tennessee Farmhouse
New outbuildings, exactingly restored woodwork, and a commitment to maintaining the integrity of the original house add up to this picture-perfect makeover in Nashville.
Modern Farmhouse in North Atlanta
When I drove up and saw the house in person, it took my breath away. Gorgeous to the max, this says farmhouse and Southern Living all rolled into one.
I personally love Cape Cods and this one is perfection.Notice the plain gray metal roof, just what Barbara ordered. She said she had to have several stern conversations with her contractor as he asked her on several things, are you sure you want this?