Deep red posts and black hand rails make this wood staircase stand out. The newly built farmhouse, nestled on a 12-acre property with a modern pool house and in-ground pool, features white walls and soft gray trim throughout. Modern touches blend with traditional architectural details to create a thoughtful space that's both cutting-edge and cozy. Pale wood plank flooring completes the farmhouse feel.
A bold blue island stands out against white walls and cabinets in this traditional, yet updated farmhouse kitchen. Classic pendants light the butcher block work surface, while recessed lights and ample windows provide plenty of general lighting for the space. Simple pulls adorn the cabinetry on the island and along the perimeter, complementing the room's farmhouse feel. Pale plank hardwood flooring completes the look.
A magnetized strip keeps cutting tools close at hand in this functional farmhouse kitchen. Natural plank flooring fits with the home's traditional farmhouse architecture, while soft gray trim gives the space an updated feel. A shiplap hood above the Miele range and simple pulls on the flush-mount cabinets and drawers also complement the farmhouse design.
This eclectic sunroom features paneled ceilings, custom Roman shades and peppy sage-and-white trim that makes the millwork pop. Modern chairs team with a woven sofa and reclaimed wood-topped coffee table for an effect that's casual yet effortlessly chic. The once dark and dated farmhouse is now open and airy, with a contemporary color palette and tons of natural light.
This 12-acre property included a small, existing 1960s contemporary house. The owners bought the property after seeing the wide-open views across the open fields and distant hills. Though they wanted a farmhouse, they chose to keep the existing contemporary structure for use as a pool house and built a new traditional house next to it, connecting the two buildings with a 40-foot buried tunnel. The new farmhouse has three bedrooms and two baths on the second floor, plus a large guest suite on the third level.
High-gloss floors and painted trim bring distinction to the architectural detail in this modern farmhouse master suite. In the bath, cornflower blue moldings pop against the white walls. The newly built structure marries traditional and modern details throughout, creating a space that's homey and comfortable, yet contemporary and chic.
Paneled walls add structure, dimension and a bit of modern panache to the living room of this charming New York farmhouse. During the historic home's full-scale renovation, the design team raised ceiling heights, opened up the floor plan and updated the house with a contemporary color palette and modern furnishings, like the sofa and chairs in this comfortable, livable space.
This modern farmhouse bathroom blends contemporary and traditional details with rustic-industrial touches, creating a look that's at once homey and chic. Exposed plumbing pipes and steel legs on the sink basin keep the sink area open, giving the room an airy feel. The straw-colored trim is an unexpected touch that brings a fun pop of color.
The details are what make this charming, yet modern farmhouse kitchen. Green marble countertops extend to the apron sink to create a continuous line. The color is repeated on the window casings for a crisp, modern effect. Brass hardware and fixtures fit with the home's historic character and yet also are "right now."
Complementary shades of teal and tangerine are eye-catching against the white walls of this modern farmhouse dining space. A contemporary light fixture adds distinction without blocking the views between the open and airy living, dining and kitchen spaces.
A gray paneled accent wall lends dimension to this Bedford, New York, living room, drawing the eye to the chic black and white artwork above the sleek fireplace. A full-scale renovation opened up this once-dark farmhouse, lifting ceiling heights and transforming the space into a livable, comfortable family home. Modern furnishings blend effortlessly with period architectural details.
Gray marble subway tile and a frameless glass shower door are sleek and modern in this master bath, which bridges modern design with historic farmhouse character. Black octagonal tile extends from the shower floor into the rest of the bath, creating rhythm in the space.
Puffy modular seating is low and contemporary in this modern farmhouse living room. The white-walled space opens to the dining room and kitchen, giving the home an open-plan, contemporary feel, while traditional architectural touches connect the home to its rural, 12-acre site. An open front porch spans the length of the house, showcasing the view of open fields and distant hills while shading the first-floor interior.
A cozy window seat provides the perfect spot for reading, lounging or just enjoying the peaceful setting of this renovated New York farmhouse. Trim throughout the space is painted a chameleon shade of green that changes to blue or gray depending on the light. A rustic beam crosses the ceiling, a nod to the home's historic character.
This 12-acre property included a small, 1960s contemporary house in original condition. Though the owners wanted a farmhouse, they decided to keep the existing contemporary structure for use as a pool house and build a traditional farmhouse close by, connecting the two buildings with a 40-foot-long buried tunnel.
This crisp and contemporary master bath features fun details that tie its design to its farmhouse architecture and rural setting. Cornflower blue trim pops against the all-white palette, while a freestanding soaker tub is a modern take on the traditional farmhouse bathtub. A walk-in shower features a frameless glass door and subway tile, and a floating vanity helps keep the space open and uncluttered.
A black-painted clawfoot tub fits with the character of this historic New York farmhouse, but the sleek black-on-white design of the space is characteristic of its modern renovation. In this updated bathroom, white walls mix with black octagonal tile floors and an unexpected animal hide rug to create an eclectic space with loads of style.
Dark furnishings with Danish modern lines blend seamlessly with the traditional farmhouse architecture of this light-filled, modern dining room. Throughout the home, soft contemporary colors and modern furniture updates the space for a 21st-century family. Trim is darker than the walls, creating a crisp effect that makes the space stand out.