Get ideas for a modern farmhouse with board and batten with natural turf, a spacious porch, an inviting kitchen design, and an impressive living room architecture.
An expansive that offers flexible spaces enamored in light and views and a spacious frontage and backyard to boot. This 3,864 heated square feet area is designed to accommodate customization from its potential owners.
The exterior combines the craftsman build of board and batten with contemporary standing metal roofs, creating the traditional farmhouse frontage silhouette. A wide concrete pavement brings spectators to the spacious covered front porch, which extends end to end, complete with your quintessential farmhouse wooden posts and beam, along with a raised platform.
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Finally, a natural turf adds to the balanced look and a potential space for family gatherings and a play area. Instead of a wrap-around porch, the design opted for an angled 2-car garage accessed from a wide pavement road. Above the large garage is a bonus room with the potential for a living space or guest unit with a shed dormer for natural lighting.
The board and batten siding are matched with shingle roofing laid in the classic gable . The exterior is unified by white, gray, black, and blue-green tinges with gray undertones.
Warm materials such as wooden soffits are seeping through the exterior, which gives a warm element to the neutral tones. Using different roofing materials for the front porch from the main house makes any improvement or replacement on the façade easy.
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The ground level mainly covers social spaces where a large number of guests can be accommodated through an extension of this open plan and continued through the spacious back porch. Family and friends can gather around the stone-clad and barbecue area along this covered back porch.
Like the exterior, the interior showcases craftsmanship with simple band molds and framing. White is used as the primary tone, accented with black and silver hardware, while natural wood grounds most of the , as seen in the .
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A nod to the traditional countryside home, the barn door adds personality while freeing areas for a cleaner and sleeker look. Also at the home’s left wing is a hallway leading to the powder room, pantry, , and exit door to the garage. This back door provides semi-private access to the utility , allowing traffic flow and access without going through the social spaces.
Still at the left wing is the inviting kitchen and island and a section of the open floorplan. The high ceiling makes the space airier and more relaxed, whereas the high vertical space can afford an eye-catching row of hanging pendant lights.
Further utilizing the vertical space are the built-in storage cabinets seamlessly blending with the white backdrop. The shaker cabinets display a level of craftsmanship with a contemporary touch. These farmhouse kitchen cabinets are matched with lever handles with the rhythm of contrasting horizontal and vertical lines throughout the space.
The hardware is a mix of brass, matte, and silver but with a single profile to maintain cohesiveness throughout the kitchen area. A herringbone-patterned backsplash meanwhile gives rest to the common directionality and mixes diagonal lines to the look, creating dimension to the mix.
Meanwhile, at the center is the charcoal black island base cabinets topped with a white stone countertop that pull together the elements and create a focal point to the space.
A luxury to most kitchens, the under-mount sink faces a generously sized window, allowing users to view the outdoors while doing the dishes easily. The hints of wood accents, meanwhile, beautifully warm the contemporary space.
The whole space has the potential space for adding similar elements from rustic, industrial, and mid-century styles. The kitchen is also adjacent to your and barbecue area for accessibility and shorter travel time when using these common spaces.
A standout feature of the property is the loft area, enjoyed by the open concept floor plan that extends through the second-floor ceiling. The impressive open space uses large windows that allow the natural light to dowse through the entire social areas while the long eaves minimize glare and heat during the afternoon.
Another striking feature of this modern farmhouse design is the living room that’s gorgeously wrapped with a similar herringbone pattern but this time uses a jet-black hue.
A board and batten pattern is used for the hearth and overmantel that grounds the while balancing the feature’s verticality and a hint of wood detail that frames the mantelshelf. Along the sides of the are built-in cabinets providing extra storage that doubles as sideboards where décor and collectibles can be showcased.
The stairs leading to a loft terrace and bedrooms are right from the front entryway. Underneath the stairs is a closet space just beside the master bedroom’s walk-in closet.
Natural wood posts and beams are used to support the loft terrace, showcasing the natural graining and of the wood. Newel posts and balusters are also made of natural wood construction, a classic feature in traditional farmhouses, which easily blends with the contemporary backdrop.
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While the master is located at the ground level, the second floor houses 4 bedrooms with two common full bathrooms. Like the ground floor, the interior uses neutral tones and simple architectural features that make room for customization. The lower ceiling height brings a cozier atmosphere fitting for these private spaces, and generously sized windows allow light into bedrooms.
The modern farmhouse maintains neutral tones enriched with two types of tile patterns. The ensuite master , for instance, uses similar herringbone backsplash and concrete tiles in a wood strip pattern. The contrast of between the farmhouse-style shower tiles on the walls and the combined with the matte black finishes showcases an inviting .
Meanwhile, the upper-level employs wood to add warmth to the common bathrooms. All bathrooms use black matte hardware contrasting with the whitewash backdrop, creating a sleek, modern look to the spaces.
With an elongated layout, this common on the upper floor takes advantage of the widened space by maximizing the vanity’s base cabinets with the same shaker door style as the kitchen.
Like the kitchen, the uses a white stone countertop and undermount sink, which leaves a sleek and neat countertop surface. Black hardware and lever handles are also used on the vanity cabin.
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