I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am to FINALLY share this space with you guys!
The before shots were taken on my very first visit to the old Farmhouse, almost exactly two years ago, and it just makes me so happy to see how far it has come. Getting the opportunity to work on this project with these incredible people has been nothing short of amazing.
This sweet family took on so much of the project management and installation themselves, all with four little kiddos. They truly poured their whole hearts into it, and it shows throughout. I can’t wait to show you more in the next few weeks, but what better place to start than the heart of the home — the kitchen.
Affectionally called The Tree HousE, sitting proudly in the break of the trees, the home has become such a modern and streamlined statement piece. We knew we wanted the inside to have the same architecturally modern feel, but we also wanted to keep a little bit of history and character from what was there before.
Simple dark gray cabinets that tie into the navy shiplap walls give such beautiful drama to the space without feeling too fussy. White quartz countertops, white ceramic tile floors, and wood floating shelves are the perfect contrast and add just the right amount of texture.
My absolute favorite parts of the kitchen are the pair of vintage farmhouse lights that hang over the peninsula, complemented by the uber modern barstools. It makes me just SO happy every time I see it.
And you know how much I love a good #shelfie, especially when they include personal touches like sweet, hand-drawn family portraits.
They waited so long for this space, and it makes me so incredibly happy to see them in it and loving it, especially this time of year.