We often see TV shows transforming homes that are falling apart into dream homes, but that’s not so hard to do when you have a big team working against the time to show the beautiful results. Don’t get me wrong, I am a HUGE fan of some of these shows and some of them can certainly be trend setters, but today I want to showcase a builder and designer that could envision a new modern farmhouse on a really narrow lot in a real fixer-upper neighborhood. That’s the type of work I can really admire. Keep reading to know more:
With each home I build I try to incorporate current trends and timeless style while staying some what true to the style of other homes in the neighborhood. I call this project “The Urban Farmhouse.” This new construction home is located in the city along side Italianate homes. This home is only 15 ft. wide so keeping the floor plan open and the design as as light and bright as possible was very important. We kept the exterior style of the home similar to the other homes on this block but we added the board and batten siding, white exterior paint, and black windows to give it an updated and on trend look. We made the front porch low to the ground to also give the home some southern charm. The roof is a flat TPO roof similar to the other homes on this block.”
This newly-built white urban farmhouse features white siding black vinyl windows, black metal roof, black TPO roof a black front door.
Home Overall Details: 3 Bedrooms – 2.5 Baths
Roof: Black TPO roof with metal roof details in Black.
Siding and Trim: James Hardie Arctic White.
Windows: Jeld Wen Windows in Black.
The front porch features grey Trex Deck.
Flower Pots by Williams Sonoma.
The front door is painted in “Soot by Benjamin Moore”.
Mailbox by Pottery Barn.
Address Numbers by Home Depot.
This is the talented and beautiful designer, Amanda Seibert.
The interiors feel bright, open and very welcoming without being cluttered.
Door Paint Color: Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams.
We live in a historic southern neighborhood so I wanted to keep the furniture traditional yet modern. I think the neutral colors, soft textures, and clean lines marry both styles well.
Paint Color: Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
A wooden console table brings warmth and some storage space to this living room.
Olive Stems: here.
Furniture was provided by a stanging company that beautifully decorated this entire home.
Coffee Table: Wayfair.
Peacock Rattan Side Table: here – similar.
Floor Lamp: Home Goods – Similar: here.
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We kept the floors light. We used white oak with a clear finish throughout the home.
It was very important to me that we kept this house affordable but I wanted it to feel luxurious. I used a granite that mimics marble to get that same look and upgraded the lights and cabinet pulls. The polished nickel coloring of the lights balance the black of the pulls to make the kitchen feel fresh but warm and inviting.
Countertop is white Granite.
Cabinet Hardware: Metro – 3 3/4″ Centers Uptown Appeal Pull in Matte Black.
Glazed Ceramic Crock: here.
Ventilation Hood: Frigidaire.
Grout: Silver by Mapei.
Cabinets Aristokraft Select Series with Winstead White Shaker Full Overlay installed by Midsouth.
Kitchen cabinets are “Simply White by Benjamin Moore”.
Kitchen Sink: 30” Kohler WhiteHaven Apron Sink.
Bowl: Crate & Barrel.
Faucet is Delta.
I love this light fixture! I knew from the moment I started designing this house that I would use this light fixture. It’s upscale, southern, and a little coastal. It blends all of my favorite styles to make this home feel custom and luxurious.
Lighting by Serena & Lily.
Wall Clock: Imax Esteri Acrylic Wall Clock.
Dining chairs are by Serena & Lily.
Dining Table: Ikea, DOCKSTA.
Paint Color: Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
The floor tile was the inspiration for this room. The half bath is always one of my favorite places to create a show piece in the home. It’s a small space so you can uses really expensive materials without breaking the bank. We upgraded the tile to cement and used a fun vanity to give it more of a custom look.
Lighting by West Elm.
Accent Wall Color: “Soot by Benjamin Moore”.
Paint Color: “Simply White by Benjamin Moore”.
Mirror by Wayfair.
Plumbing by Delta.
Tile by Cement Tile Shop, Tulum Tile – Also available here.
Grout: White, Mapei.
I am a beach girl at heart. I see these railing in a lot of coastal homes and I just thought it would be a cool feature that would go well with the front elevation of the home.
Railing is custom-made, powder coated metal.
Paint Color Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
Again trying to blend trendy and modern with timeless and elegant, I opted for a white vanity and did a herringbone pattern with the black floor tile. I used a polished nickel mirror with rounded edges to soften to the space and incorporate some modern touches.
Cabinet: White Aristokraft.
Mirror by Rejuvenation.
Countertop is Carrara Marble.
Bathroom faucet is Moen.
Vase: Joss & Main.
Eucalyptus Stems: Joss & Main.
Bathroom is Simply White OC-117 by Benjamin Moore.
Tile by Home Depot 6 x 24.
Grout: White by Mapei.
The master is typically in the back of the house in the city but we moved it to the front to capture as much natural light as we could.
White Bedroom Paint Color: “Simply White by Benjamin Moore”.
Bathroom countertop is Carrara Marble.
Faucets are Moen. I love these faucets!
Photography: Mike Anders Photography.
Home Staging: Vignettes Home Staging LLC.
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