After seeing a some darling coastal interiors this week, I am excited to share this “mid-century meets modern farmhouse” with a rustic exterior on our weekly “Interior Design Ideas” series. Here, the interior designer, Kelsey McGregor of Kelsey Leigh Design Co. shares some more details:
“The majority of my inspiration comes from elements in nature. This project was inspired by the quaint town of Telluride, Colorado, a mountain haven nestled in the Rocky Mountains. This home is in Edmond, Oklahoma, where there are, in fact, zero mountains on hand. That’s why we wanted to create a serene, home-away-from-home, vacation get-away. The design was a fusion of intentional rustic elements, traditional roots and fresh modern touches like industrial lighting to ground the space but also add a modern twist. The house is bathed in natural light and backs up to wooded green space, so we kept the space open with a lot of windows and painted the walls a slight gray to accentuate and mimic the outdoors. Hickory hardwood flooring is consistent through this open concept floor plan designed by McGregor Homes in Oklahoma City, which lent perfectly to the mountain vibes we were trying to achieve.”
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This home features very interesting architectural details and it certainly feels like a rustic mountain home.
House is 2776 sf.
A three-car garage is located on the left wing of the house. Garage doors are painted in Sherwin Williams Iron Ore.
Siding is a combination of natural Cedar and reclaimed barnwood. The stain color on the siding is Sherwin Williams Stone Gray, Exterior stain.
The home also features gray stained board and batten.
How sweet is this front porch? All it needs is a pair of rocking chairs and or a porch swing. I also love the landscaping. Did I mention I can’t wait for spring?! 🙂
Real reclaimed barnwood accentuates the exterior of this home.
The porch columns feature Timber posts and natural stone.
Red brick was added on the foundation wall.
The front door is painted in Sherwin Williams Iron Ore.
Entry Set: Schlage.
I tend to prefer homes that don’t show the main rooms as soon you open the door. This layout is classic and keeps the house feeling more private. The study is located on the left and the formal dining room is located on the right. Walls and trim paint color is Sherwin Williams SW 7001 Marshmallow.
Foyer Lighting – Progress Lighting Ratio Medium Pendant ORB.
The study features brilliantly designed custom cabinets with plenty of storage and built-in desk. Keep this design in mind – you don’t even need a big room to build something similar – just use the lengthier wall.
Cabinet Paint Color: Sherwin Williams SW 7045 Intellectual Gray.
Cabinet Hardware: Amerock.
Lighting is Burkeville 4-light bronze.
Custom floating shelves add an airy feel to the space.
Floating Shelves: here – similar.
Although not yet furnished, this dining room with black shiplap accent wall is already very inspiring! Paint color is Sherwin Williams Iron Ore.
Sconces: Savoy House Dunbar 1-light Sconce Brass/Bronze – on sale!
The builder and designers added exposed cedar headers above the doorways.
Dining Chandelier: Kitchler 6-light Erzo Natural Brass Chandelier.
This kitchen is full of beautiful ideas! I love the big island and the skylight. Kitchen island paint color is Benjamin Moore Dark Pewter.
Kitchen Island Dimensions: 9’x5’
The backsplash is an affordable subway tile with white grout. Classic and timeless!
Kitchen Sconces: Millennium Sconce.
Similar Decor: here.
This custom kitchen hood ties with the wooden lower cabinets found in this kitchen.
Kitchen Cabinetry: Cabinets are custom-built cabinets, shaker-style built out of maple. Stain is a custom mix of Sherwin Williams stains.
Kitchen flooring is Habitat Smoke Tile – similar here.
From this angle we can see that the dining room opens to the kitchen and a mudroom is located on the far right.
Countertop is a marble-looking quartz.
Kitchen Faucet: Delta Trinsic in Chrome.
Cabinet knobs are Amerock in Champagne.
Kitchen Lighting: Rejuvenation Conical Drum Pendant 16”.
This two-toned buffet features the same custom-stained Maple lower cabinets and custom white upper cabinets with shaker doors.
The Great Room features a sleek stucco fireplace with Cedar mantel.
Great Room Chandelier: Bensley 6 light chandelier.
This guest bathroom is not big but it has a very functional layout. I especially love the flooring! 🙂
Lighting: Progress Hansford 2-light vanity light.
Faucet is by Delta.
Cabinet paint color is Dark Pewter by Benjamin Moore.
Cabinet Hardware: Amerock.
The tub shower features a 6×6 subway tile.
Chandelier is Savoy House Lorraine 4-light Chandelier.
Bathroom Barn Door Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Iron Ore.
Similar Barn Door: here.
Pull: Amerock – similar
The master bathroom has a lot of character while keeping a neutral color scheme. Walls are Sherwin Williams SW 7001 Marshmallow.
Bathroom countertop is marble-looking quartz. It looks really nice with the Maple cabinets.
Vanity Lighting: Capital Lighting Dawson 3 light vanity.
Faucets: Delta Trinsic.
Sink: here – similar.
Bathroom Cabinetry: Custom Built, Maple shaker style with custom stain.
Floor tiles are 8” Matte hex – similar here.
Shower Wall Tile: 4×16 marble subway tile in a straight lay – similar here.
Floor Tile: 2” hex tile – similar here.
Plumbing: Delta Trinsic.
The tub apron features custom x inset paneling.
There’s no excuse to not have a mudroom! This custom mudroom built-in has everything you need – even shiplap – and it fits almost anywhere! All interior doors are painted Intellectual Gray by Sherwin Williams.
Oh, wow! It’s hard to not fall in love this plaid backsplash tile, right?! The laundry features 4×4 tiles (in white, grey and black tiles) in a buffalo check pattern. This is a fun and affordable way to add character to any space – it could even work on floors, just use larger tile!
Tiles: Interceramic IC brites 4×4 tiles – Other similar alternative: here.
Faucet: Delta Trinsic Bar Faucet.
Cabinet Hardware: Amerock.
Photography: Nested Tours
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