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
View Recent Posts
Ranch Style House Home Tour
This stunning ranch style house is perched high on a hilltop and nestled among the trees claiming its rightful place on a scenic 200-acre property in Texas. The owner desired an ample yet understated home with natural and simple architectural expression that would blend effortlessly into the landscape that surrounds it. Heavy timber columns and stone walls ground the home to the site. Reclaimed siding and simple barn-like structures give the architecture a sense of history and regional belonging. Referencing the owner’s love of the old west, many of the interior walls showcase the same stone and wood that is on the exterior of the home. This gesture alludes to a time when materials were not mass produced but simply gathered from the area and formed as needed.
Beautiful Country Homes Tour
This post features tours of beautiful country homes designed by Beth Webb, an internationally recognized interior designer admired for her tactile, serene, and dynamic spaces. Beth believes beauty only works if it is calibrated by ease, and that elegance is rooted in simplicity. “Texture is my color palette,” says Beth, who uses a variety of materials and objects to create interest in a room. She mingles sinuous profiles with hard lines, juxtaposing masculine and feminine silhouettes to create compelling, sensual spaces. Layered light is another crucial element bringing a sense of warmth, romance and contentment to Beth’s interiors.
Atlanta Traditional Country Home
Today we begin a tour of a stunning Atlanta home where the pallet was inspired by the home owner’s (Jane Hight) vast collection of blue-and-white Imari porcelain inherited from her mother and grandmother. Having served as the accountant for interior designer Lauren DeLoach for several years, it was natural for Hight to enlist the designer’s help when decorating her home. When it came to a color palette, the pair looked no further than Hight’s beloved family porcelain. “While we knew we would use blue, finding the right shade took some study,” says DeLoach. “We didn’t want a too-saturated hue, but we didn’t want it too pale. We also needed another color to add punctuation marks here and there, so the salmon hue came from the Imari porcelain.”
Country Home Tour
The small and compact English-style country home is 1,400-square-feet and situated on a sweeping pasture across from the Inn at Brays Island in South Carolina. The owners hired Interior Designer, Beth Webb to create a pastoral blend of Anglo and Low Country traditions. “It’s interesting how a house this tiny can be so INCREDIBLY LIVABLE. Inside, all that extreme verticality means the rooms feel neither contained or compressed. Plus the house has a beautiful orientation on the property, so there’s a lovely dappling of light morning, afternoon, and evening. We took advantage of this as much as possible, especially in the galley kitchen, which we designed as kind of a non-kitchen kitchen, a space that looks more like a sun-splashed garden room with that huge window.”
White Kitchen Cabinet Ideas
Kitchen cabinets come in a wide variety of colors, with white being one of the most popular choices. One of the main benefits of white kitchens is that they never go out of style, they coordinate with everything and create natural light reflection. White kitchen cabinets are timeless and the perfect choice for those who want to create a blank canvas and plant to add interest with flooring, window treatments, artwork, and area rugs. White cabinets can instantly brighten a kitchen and provide the illusion of more space. To avoid creating a kitchen that feels cold, consider adding a splash of color or texture, and mixing white cabinets with contrasting countertops or backsplashes.
Cream Kitchen Cabinet Ideas
Cream kitchen cabinets have increasingly grown in popularity over the past few years – and for good reason! Cream is warmer than white and lends a timeless and luxurious look to a kitchen design. Cream-colored cabinets work in many different design styles, from modern to rustic, traditional, country, and farmhouse. They also are available in a wide variety of cabinet styles including shaker, recessed, and raised panel. Cream is a soft hue that is as timeless as white or gray but warmer, making it easier on the eyes and helping to make any space feel less clinical. It also pairs effortlessly with any accent color or material, from brass finishes to dark woods.
Modern Farmhouse Home Tour
Sean Anderson Marries Rough & Refined in a Vestavia Hills Residence: This modern farmhouse home tour is the work of Sean Anderson Design who grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi. Anderson’s home in Memphis, where he runs a burgeoning interior design firm, is moody, cerebral, and compact. It took many years for him to discover what his form of artistic expression would be and after dropping out of college he worked as a bartender, a janitor, and a house painter for most of his 20s. It was in his early thirties that he made the decision to give his passion for design a shot.
Modern Farmhouse Home Offices
Whether you are working from home in the country, or just want to infuse a bit of farmhouse vibe into your existing space, here are a few farmhouse home office decorating ideas with stunning images. The farmhouse style is all about keeping things simple, organic and bringing in elements of nature. A well-designed home office increases productivity and happiness. Modern farmhouse style evokes warmth, comfort and is cozy without being cluttered. Common design elements include reclaimed wood, wrought iron accents, barnboard details, wide wood plank floors and vintage accessories. Modern farmhouse home offices provide the opportunity to bring in a variety of textures, layer mixed metals and add a few well-placed accessories for added character.
Modern Farmhouse Bathroom Ideas
A well-designed modern farmhouse bathroom adds charm and sophistication to your oasis, while providing the perfect spot to start your day and unwind in the evening. Farmhouse-style emphasizes practicality and simplicity with a touch of rustic charm. A few elements of a farmhouse bathroom are wood floors, free-standing tubs, farmhouse sinks, wood ceiling beams, shiplap wall panelling and traditional style faucets in aged brass or copper. Although farmhouse design typically lends itself to a neutral palette, a modern farmhouse bathroom is the perfect spot to add either a bold splash or subtle hint of color.