This 80’s farmhouse changed so much that the before pictures don’t even make sense to the after photos. We moved so many walls and spaces around that it’s difficult to find a common reference between the old and new. This was certainly a complete transformation to bring the owner’s vision to life.
The owner fell in love with a translucent quartzite but there wasn’t enough for the countertops so instead it was featured it as a backsplash on the range wall.
White washed oak ceiling beams complete the look of a clean modern farmhouse.
Simultaneously elegant, warm and inviting, the spaces and materials really melded nicely together in the finished farmhouse home.
Architect: Gusto Design Studio
Builder: Right Angle Construction
Paint + Stain: Bristle & Hue