Rustic Home Tour
This month’s rustic home tour features a well-designed ranch style home that is warm, inviting and filled with carefully chosen home decor. It was designed by Tiffany Farha who leads a nationally recognized design studio located in Wichita, Kansas that specializes in luxury residential properties, along with light commercial projects. The design aesthetic leans toward masculine with an eclectic and modern rustic edge.
Architect: Shelden Architecture
Interior Designer: Tiffany Farha
Photography: Chad Jackson
A Stunning Ranch Home Kitchen with Rustic Wood Beams and Flooring
Image courtesy of: Tiffany Farha Design
I recently created a post on rustic home interior photos that featured this gorgeous ranch kitchen. I think it has to be one of the most beautiful kitchens I’ve seen to date as ranch kitchen showcases the designer’s ability to contrast different elements and design styles in order to make a space look interesting and collected.
Here Tiffany Farha created contrast by pairing the rustic beams and wood floors with modern/clean lines and white pottery. She was able to find the perfect antiques and accessories to bring this home to life. Squaring off the cabinetry and keeping it simple and understated also creates balance with the rustic nature of the wooden beams and flooring.
White Island Unit with Modern Rustic Stools
A view of the kitchen showing the striking contrast between warm wood tones and white walls and island.
Island Unit with Two Matching Lamps
A richly colored area rug adds warmth and texture to the space while the glass cabinets provide the perfect opportunity to display a rustic vase collection. The lamps on the island are an interesting touch – adding additional ambient lighting.
A Grand Fireplace Place Provides a Focal Point
A grand stone fireplace provides a slight visual barrier between the living room and kitchen area from the dining room and additional seating area.
Great Room with Large Bar Counter
A Rustic Dining Table with Plenty of Cozy Seating
Rustic Dining Room with Large Antler Chandelier
This well designed dining room has a majestic antler chandelier, feature stone wall and a large print of cattle grazing in an open field. The dough bowl was discovered at an antique market and was filled with succulents to bring in some color to that area of the space.
A Rustic Set of Drawers and Lamp add Interest to the Space
An Antique Spanish Trestle Table with a Unique Circular Mirror Above
A Charming Area with Two Rustic Lounging Chairs
Attention to Detail
The addition of carefully chosen furniture, lighting and decor create warmth, texture and pattern.
A Masculine Office with an Abundance of Shelving and Seating Space
This warm and inviting office has a masculine feel with dark tones and oversized furniture.
A Modern Rustic Bedroom with Textural Elements
Master Bathroom with Plaid Tiled Shower
The plaid tiled showers and antique pharmacy bottles help add a sense of masculinity to this master bathroom for the man of the house.
Masculine Master Bathroom in Warm Shades of Gray
Guest Bathroom with Antler Chandelier
A Neutral Guest Bedroom with Shades of Blue
A Modern Rustic Bathroom with Contrasting Black & White Tiles
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