It’s not hard to imagine this, but I really come alive with people talk about house building, design choices, and remodeling dreams. My brain buzzes with excited synapses and my fingers get a little twitchy, like I’ve had too much coffee. So when I discovered a new friend of mine had just finished a build, I couldn’t wait to get her industrial modern farmhouse home tour! Find all the farmhouse sources at the bottom of the post!
Their Industrial Modern Farmhouse Layout
The 2400 square foot house is almost entirely single level with one above garage room. On the main level are 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, open concept living room/kitchen, and walk in pantry. The exposed wood trusses in the open concept area are a gorgeous touch that rivet the eyes.
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Their open concept area is so great for relaxing, cooking, dining, and kids playing! The spacious wood floors lets the kids be kids riding indoor toys and chasing each other around.
The tall farmhouse ceilings are are accented with beautiful shiplap. The subway tiles rising to the the lower ceiling corners also break up the textures in the space. They made their own concrete counters from forms on top of the cabinets and are very happy with how they’ve held up over the years. We’ve done faux concrete counters in a kitchen and bathroom in the past, but this is a much better way!
The coffee corner is such a fun feature. With a hot water tap, ground dump are, precision grinder, and commercial grade classy espresso machine, you’re guaranteed a delicious wake up treat in the morning.
Isn’t this herrignbone sliding barn door STUNNING?! They custom build it and it’s definitely a statement piece. The beautiful wood accents in this house really anchor in that raw, warm farmhouse feel and balance out the coolness of the black industrial elements.
Ikea furniture, like this bathroom vanity is a great, inexpensive way to add incredible storage with that farmhouse industrial modern look. Saving on vanities allows you to spend more on accent lighting! I also looked at Ikea bathroom vanities for our house, but for our style ultimately chose from these vanities.
I hope you enjoyed this gorgeous industrial modern farmhouse home tour! It’s a home with a great layout suitable for all types of families!
Interior Paint Color: Behr Nano White
Beams: Douglas Fir with clear coat
Front Door: Pine with with Golden Oak Stain
Windows: Andersen 100 Series
Kitchen Cabinets: Ikea
Counters: Concrete DIY
Panty Door: DIY Door with Hardware