A house doesn’t need to be big to be beautiful and if you ask me, I often feel that smaller houses are quite more inviting than huge houses. This home is not about luxury, it is about living well without breaking the bank. This is a home that is well built, well designed and features many elements that many of us can have in our home and I am happy to be sharing them with you here.
Located in Homewood, Alabama, this modern farmhouse was recently built by Willow Homes and with interiors by Willow Design Studios. The home was a proposed project on their part and they began construction with this as a spec house, but in the design process, one of their previous client’s family fell in love with the plans and design and decided to buy it while adding their own personal flair to the home.
The client loved peacock green and the designers played with several different blues and greens to find the perfect cabinet color. The same color was used to paint the front door, which adds the perfect pop of color to the classic white and black exterior. The transom glass from the dining area to kitchen was one of their favorite design features because it makes the house feel like it wasn’t a brand-new construction. The builder also worked really hard to preserve the Japanese Tulip tree in the front yard. They were very careful during construction and actually held off to take pictures until it was in full bloom.
Windows are Dark Bronze Aluminum Windows.
Front Door Paint color is Yorktowne Green HC-133 by Benjamin Moore.
Similar Tree Swing: Here.
Exterior paint color is Benjamin Moore White Dove. Trim color is the same. Benjamin Moore White Dove is not stark white and it looks great on exteriors.
Exterior Lighting: Feiss.
This home features an inspiring two-toned blue and white kitchen with wood accents.
Kitchen Island Dimension: 76” x 34″
Shiplap Hood: Custom Rough Cedar Vent Hood. Cabinets are Poplar wood shaker style cabinets.
Ceiling Treatment: This farmhouse kitchen features painted shiplap and beams on a vaulted ceiling.
Countertops are 3 cm honed Covelano Fantastico.
Sink: Kohler in White.
Kitchen Lighting: Feiss.
Two-toned Kitchen Paint Color: Upper Cabinets: Benjamin Moore White Dove. Lower Cabinets: Yorktowne Green by Benjamin Moore.
Counterstools: Crate & Barrel.
Similar Appliances: Here.
Backsplash is 3×6 white subway tile that is extended to the ceiling with white grout.
Similar White Floating Shelves: Here.
Built-in Paint Color: White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
Cabinet Hardware: Amerock.
Hardwood Flooring: 5” Red Oak in Antique Brass stain.
All paint on interior walls are painted in White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
Upstairs bathroom cabinet is painted in Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Bath floor is 1×1 ceramic hexagon mosaic tile with white grout.
All the door hardware/knobs is matte black door hardware.
This nursery is painted in Benjamin Moore White Dove OC-17.
Cabinet Paint Color: Farrow and Ball Blue Black.
Brass Bathroom Mirror: Uttermost.
Floor Tile: 1 inch Retro Matte White Black Rose Hex Mosaic Tile.
Shower Tile: White Subway Tile.
The master bathroom features some farmhouse influences. I love the blue cabinets and the warmth the hardwood flooring brings to this space.
Glass Pendants: Crate and Barrel.
Bathroom Mirror: Uttermost.
Cabinets are painted in Blue Black by Farrow & Ball.
This picture truly shows what a “home-sweet-home” is all about. 🙂
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