Port Streets residence is farmhouse style with rustic details designed by Eric Olsen Design, located in the Harbor View Homes area of Newport Beach, California. Designed for a young couple with two kids, this lovely home is nestled in a neighborhood with beautiful back years and streets lined with trees. The designer wanted to build a home that still fit into the neighborhood but was more unique, with a modern farmhouse style, as if it belonged in Napa Valley. The inspiration for the design palette was clean modern lines harmoniously blended with natural rustic materials. The clients wanted a stylish and fresh design approach, yet be family friendly to stand the test of time. Upon entry into this lovely home, you immediately sense an air of openness, with an open hallway and clerestory windows above, plenty of light penetrates the space. The main, open concept living spaces are arranged on the first floor, with the private zones of the bedrooms dispersed on the second level. From the entry you can also see straight through to the dining area out the outdoor living area with a dramatic fireplace. Eye-catching details can be seen throughout the interiors, with rustic reclaimed wood and a sliding barn door that closes off a wing of the upstairs hallway. Adding to the farmhouse feel is the staircase, a focal point in of itself, with the railing comprised of wood and stainless steel cables. The interiors showcase inviting materials and plenty of warmth, everything from reclaimed wood to built-in bookshelves, wood paneling and moldings, all adding texture to the spaces. Built-ins add a personal touch to the home, displaying the owner’s collection of old books and other decorative items.
You will find a neutral color palette with the odd pop of color, creating harmony and a sense of calmness. The furnishings are a mix of the owner’s own pieces from their previous home, some of which are antiques collected from a warehouse scouted in Los Angeles., Big Daddy’s Antiques. What do you think of this wonderful home we have featured here on 1 Kindesign, is there anything in particular you like or do not like about it? Please let us know in the comments section below, we would love your feedback! Are you in need of further inspiration?
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Eastbluff residence is a modern farmhouse style property full of natural materials and light, designed by Eric Olsen Design, located in Newport Beach, California. The exterior of the home is painted white with a charcoal hue on the roof and gray garage door for contrast. Upon entry into the interior of the home, you will notice that the white walls makes the space feel light and airy. The interiors feature warm wooden flooring throughout, a very natural color palette and artificial foliage decorates every room, infusing life and brightening the spaces. Pops of yellow seems to be a common element that carries through the dwelling.
The entryway features a small bench for taking off your shoes, with a narrow strip of wood cladding the wall and ceiling, adding a nice accent to the space. A decorative plant in a natural wood planter adds a zen-like feeling to the space, making you feel like you are entering into a calm oasis that is very welcoming and intimate. Tell us your thoughts on this home, do find the interiors to invoke a sense of relaxation?
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A warm and cozy open plan kitchen and dining space is perfect for entertaining guests, especially with a well designed wet bar. Natural wood is a common element running throughout the home, with a wood top dining table, wood ceiling beams and wood framing on the kitchen island. Slip covered dining chairs creates an casual feel to an elegantly designed space.
When open, the sliding glass door creates a seamless feeling between indoors and out. With a natural color palette in this living space, the bright pops of yellow creates a sunny, uplifting feeling.
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This lovely ranch style coastal home features a causal living environment, with interiors designed by Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors in San Diego, California. The renovation began with a couple who had lived in their home for over twelve years but had come to a point where they found their lifestyle had outgrown their home. Having purchased their four bedroom (two of which are used as office spaces) home after they were married back in 2000, the couple did not really want to leave the only place they had called home. It was close to wonderful shops, the beach and a horse property where one of the owners rides show jumpers. The homeowners also liked the way the home was laid out on a single level with an indoor-outdoor lifestyle, lending itself perfectly to the California coastal vibe. The couple both worked from home and found themselves needing more space to move around. The home renovation encompassed an increase from 2,500 square feet to 3,250 square feet, with the addition of a dining room, laundry room, library, powder bath and a third garage, while still maintaining a casual style ranch atmosphere. The designers freshened the home by making it inviting, timeless and warm, making it harmonious throughout the spaces. The home also caters to the couple’s two dogs, so everything had to be animal friendly, with monogrammed beds featured in just about every room.
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Through the living room doors there is a cozy outdoor living room surrounded by lush landscaping. This is a wonderful spot to sit with guests or to relax after work.
The dining room is nestled between the living room and the new library, to which a rustic barn door separates the space. The wall on the left side of the room is clad in pine shiplap and painted white. The lighting above the dining table showcases two fixtures instead of one (which is typically installed in the center of the room). This helps to offer better lighting options. A great tip is to add a dimmer switch to your dining room to help set the mood.
The library was designed as more of a man cave, a great space to watch television. It also showcases family photos and sentimental items on the shelves, a great space for reflecting the homeowners personality and character.
The breakfast nook takes on a casual feel with a reclaimed wood bench, cushions and pillows covered in red and white fabrics, wooden farmhouse style chairs and the cage-like pendant lights hanging over the table.
The master bedroom retreat features barn doors as an accent feature behind the headboard. The coverlet features some red accents, which is a hue that has been seen as a recurrent theme throughout the interiors, the homeowners favorite color. A mirror with reclaimed wood framing makes the room feel more spacious. The designer used a little ingenuity in this space by using a desk on the left side of the bed as a nightstand. This way the owner can do some extra work before going to sleep and use the space as a charging station for cell phones.
The bedroom features french doors leading to the backyard, continuing the indoor-outdoor lifestyle. A cozy little seating nook for relaxation and reading features an ottoman that was re-purposed from a galvanized bucket and finished with a tufted fabric cushion. Lots of light is brought into the space though windows, and beautiful drapery fabrics allows for privacy.
A second outdoor space features a cozy sectional with plush toss pillows set around a stone fireplace. The fireplace shares the same chimney as the library with a mantel comprised of reclaimed wood beams.
Photos: Jim Brady Architectural Photography
Farmhouse style kitchens are very charming and rustic, with plenty of raw wood and natural light, they offer a relaxed atmosphere, perfect for entertaining guests. There is something about this style of kitchen that gets your attention, but not in the same way a contemporary kitchen would. They offer a romantic atmosphere of raw materials and clean design, an old-world aesthetic that has homeowners wishing for the quaint and everyday lifestyle that these spaces exude. Each of these farmhouse kitchens that you will see below offers a little something different, some are rustic, some offer a little vintage, while others offer more of a modern-contemporary style, that is more simple and beautiful. These kitchens are so cozy you would want to spend all day in them, cooking, entertaining, or just relaxing with a good book or your laptop. Most farmhouse style kitchen offer whitewashed walls, wood beams on the ceiling, wood planked flooring, natural light and plenty of character. There are a couple of examples where tile has been installed on the flooring, which creates a warm, stunning effect. A stove or fireplace in the kitchen can really complete the farmhouse look, and keep the kitchen warm on a chilly winters night.
Brick and stone is another material that you will sometimes see in this style of kitchen, it adds warmth and texture to the space. It looks great on a backsplash or installed as a focal point from floor to ceiling around the stove. Shabby chic or rustic style furnishings, vintage whitewashed cabinetry, wood block countertops, there are so many options. Have a look at the images below and gather some inspiration for your farmhouse style kitchen!
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Photo Sources: 1. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, 2. Charles Hilton Architects, 3. Artistic Kitchens, 4. Danielle Trippett Interior Design, 5. Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors, 6. deVOL Kitchens, 7. Carson’s Cabinetry & Design, 8. Signature Kitchens, 9. Distinctly Living, 10. Hill Farm Furniture Ltd, 11. Gabriel Holland Interior Design, 12. Cat Rosset, 13. Dillon Kyle Architecture, 14. Crisp Architects, 15. John Cole Architect, 16. Inspired Design Ltd, 17. Tim Cuppett Architects, 18. Crisp Architects, 19. Alper Architect, 20. Rafe Churchill, 21. Walker Warner Architects, 22. Wendi Young Design, 23. Magnolia Homes, 24. Arturo Palombo Architecture, 25. Tim Cuppett Architects, 26. Mark Finlay Architects, 27. Cramer Kreski Designs, 28. Donald Lococo Architects, 29. No20, 30. Rafe Churchill, 31. Patrick Ahearn Architect, 32. Redbud Custom Homes, 33. J M Interiors, 34. Charles Vincent George Architects, 35. SDG Architecture, 36. BC&J Architecture, 37. Boor Bridges Architecture, 38. LKM Design, 39. Peter Zimmerman Architects, 40. Modern Organic Interiors, 41. Kate Lester Interiors, 42. Blackburn Architects, 43. Shiflet Group Architects, 44. Ron Brenner Architects, 45. Colin Cadle Photography, 46. Pyramid Builders, 47. Chateau Kitchens, 48. Sage Kitchens, 49. Pennville Custom Cabinetry, 50. Peter Vitale Photography
Healdsburg Ranch is a beautifully designed light-filled farmhouse by Arc Design and Jute Interior Design, located in Healdsburg, Sonoma County, California. The stone clad vacation home is full of rustic yet refined luxury interiors with a muted palette and comfortable furnishings. With a wonderful mix of textures and textiles, the open plan interiors is delineated by cozy area rugs and perfect furniture arrangements. There are large expanses of metal factory windows to soak in the gorgeous views of rolling hills and vineyards. With high ceilings clad with wood, the home exudes warmth and comfort. Blurring the boundaries between indoors and out, this is the perfect home for entertaining family and friends Spacious outdoor living areas and a tantalizing swimming pool invite you to spend plenty of time outdoors.
This cozy living space offers a warm wood stove for cool evenings. The wood coffee table infuses warmth into the space. Comfy furnishings and pillows invites guests to sit and share great conversation. A wood door allows access to the meticulous outdoor landscaping. Have a look through the rest of the images and let us know what you think of this picture perfect getaway!
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Off the dining room are large French doors that open on three sides, making the interiors feel like spacious covered porch. It also allows fresh air to circulate throughout the inside of the home on a warm, sunny day.
Designed as an open concept with the kitchen, the family room is where the owners spend most of their time. This space also offers convenient access through arched french doors to the exterior living spaces and the swimming pool.
This main hallway in the house is used often by the homeowners, who use the entry door from outside into the mudroom which also houses a doggie shower on the left.
This cozy library space with a built-in nook is situated conveniently just off the master bedroom retreat.
The outdoor kitchen offers plenty of seating for entertaining, a wood burning oven, perfect for cooking pizza! String lights illuminate the covered space, casting a magical glow.
The beautiful topography was designed by landscape architects Lucas & Lucas, who planted these stunning ancient olive trees, on the property.
Photos: Lisa Romerein
This countryside farmhouse was created as a personal dream house by designer Isabel López-Quesada, located near the seaside town of Biarritz, in southwestern France. A dilapidated farm, the house was rehabilitated as a haven with freshness and light. The house is white with gray painted shutters and a gable roof, nestled on four acres of gentle hills, meadows and oak trees. A spacious pavilion was added to the original home, as well as a guest room and a swimming pool. Created with a shabby-luxe look, the home was restored to its former glory with everything left simple and natural, whitewashed walls, doors and old wooden beams. A relaxed sophistication was infused into the interiors through furnishings and recovered wooden flooring with textured area rugs. Some areas of the home was left a unfinished plaster on the walls such as in the kitchen, dining room, home office and master bedroom retreat. The designer mixed antiques and flea market finds with more expensive designer furnishings and some inherited furniture. Large objects were selected to fill the spaces to make the home warm and cozy.
The range of fabrics in white were chosen with splashes of blue and a touch of red. Natural selection in rustic finishes of linen, burlap and cotton were also infused into the design scheme. A mixture of fabrics were selected of Ikats, stripes, suzanis, Provencal and Basque-French. The designer likes to escape to this heavenly retreat to see the changing of the seasons. Preparing the landscape for spring planting, soaking up the beach in the summer and enjoying the changing of the leaves in autumn.
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Winelands 190 was recently completed by Antoni Associates, located in the heart of Stellenbosch, a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa. The luxury property is nestled in the epicenter of the vineyards and wine farms, the setting boasts a modern twist on the traditional “Cape Dutch” styled home.
Description from the designers: Mark Reilly, Jon Case and Clive Schulze took architecture and interior design to a whole new level in this incredible project named Winelands 190 by creating a place where the whole family can gather in a modern farmhouse with an emphasis on barefoot luxury.
The owners of the home love entertaining so their home needed to accommodate social spaces that reflected this aspect of their lives, and you’ll agree the poolside, fireside and cellar do great justice to their requirements.
The clients brief was to ensure that when their grown up kids had departed after the weekend they didn’t feel they were rattling around in a big empty home, which lead to decisions which saw the first floor occupying all the entertaining spaces as well as the master bedroom, and the three additional guest suites being located on the first floor.
Design regulations only permitted a single story, so the guest suites became cleverly accommodated in the roof attic.
Situated on the outskirts of the historic town of Stellenbosch, famous for the delicious wines found in this earthy region, it made perfect sense for the design team to choose natural organic materials such as timber and stone throughout Winelands 190. Limed oak flooring was compatibly paired with honey coloured stone walls with contrasting black charcoals and chalky white finishes which added both warmth and a sense of homeliness.
The water features of the front pool terrace area and the pond at the rear evoke a sense of calm that is further enhanced by the mountain landscape across the water in the distance. Internally the clean lines of the fireplace with its chic modern surround and old school wood stockpile beneath complete the appeal that this is a home to luxuriate. Part of the luxury of good living is enjoying a glass of fine wine. The glass wine cabinet has all the hallmarks of sophistication, modernity and class. The idea of viewing through this space is akin to inspecting the colour and body of any wine and we find this feature completely inspired.
The lighting throughout accomplishes what every home needs – a wow factor. Combinations of bold and discreet lighting can be seen in the subtle lighting incorporated in all the recesses and feature bulkheads, providing a warm glow around the peripheral edges right through to the customized crystal chandelier by Martin Doller suspended dramatically from the ceiling rafters.
The interior furniture and décor were designed by Mark Rielly and Sarika Jacobs of AA Interiors who worked around modern and complementary to the experience of the home including tactile finishes such as timber, textured leathers and raw linens to add a sophisticated sense of understated luxury.
Photos: Adam Letch
This renovated 1840 stone farmhouse is reached by crossing over a babbling brook via a wooden bridge, nestled on a 50 acre estate of incredible serenity in Erin, Ontario, Canada. In front of you sits an original farmhouse which thanks to a thoughtful addition tripled the residence in size to 7,350 square feet with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.
Spotted on Sotheby’s, this stunning property is listed for sale at $3,130,526 USD, from here.
Main floor master wing with walk-out to Japanese garden on one side and woodland garden on the other side.Stone ruins of the former barn create a postcard backdrop for the sublime resort pool complex.
Old and new blend perfectly to create an atmosphere of comfortable country elegance and practical living. There is a beautiful great room with a 20 foot ceiling for casual family living or formal entertaining.
This extraordinary modern farmhouse has been designed by Olsen Studios, located just West of Preston Hollow, a neighborhood outside of Dallas, Texas. The farmhouse gives the impression of a Napa Valley Estate nestled amongst the large Pecan and Oak Trees of “rural” Dallas.
The simple board and batten, gabled structures are mixed with highly textured elements in the landscape to create a perfect visual balance for this Urban Dallas location.
Olsen Studios designed the house as a series of small pavilions connected by glass links. The structures weave their way through the existing trees and site amenities.
It incorporates a south facing courtyard and porch to take advantage of the Texas climate, and a north facing evening court to enjoy the rural streetscape and converse with neighbors.
Enclosed dog run type entry to this Modern Farmhouse, with antique console and limestone floors.
The interior is filled with natural light and views, and is appointed with the Owner’s incredible collection of local artisan paintings and sculpture.
The great room with limestone fireplace and ebonized oak cabinetry.
The home office space features a sliding antique barn door.
The kitchen showcases ebonized oak cabinets, stainless steel appliances, silestone counters and natural white oak floors.
Freestanding Queen Victoria tub in modern bath.
Olsen Studios began its creative existence with founding Principal Jamie Olsen Ali. She started the firm with the simple concept that buildings are experienced from the inside out, and that architecture and interior design should be developed together. As a full service design firm, Olsen Studios creates integrated buildings and environments to last a lifetime.
Photos: Sean Gallagher
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