RUSTIC GARAGE MEETS GUEST HOUSE GALORE
We wouldn't save the best* for last if this was just a garage, and this barn-like build is definitely more than a place to park the cars and quads. The Farm's carriage house brings the rustic charm to the modern main house and offers two additional guest suites (sleeping at least six little bodies), a bathroom and a mudroom to keep the wonder of the wilderness out where it belongs.
*Picking favorites at The Farm is pretty much impossible, you tell us — which is your favorite part?
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE
CARRIAGE HOUSE: HISTORICALLY SPEAKING, A STRUCTURE DETACHED FROM THE MANOR OR ESTATE ON THE PROPERTY THAT HOUSED HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGES AND SOMETIMES INCLUDED STALLS FOR ANIMALS AND LIVING QUARTERS.
THE FARM'S BARN-INSPIRED CARRIAGE HOUSE TAKES US BACK IN TIME AND SETS THE TONE FOR A GOOD OLD FASHIONED STAY ON THE PROPERTY... WITH THE MODERN LUXURIES OF TODAY, OF COURSE.
CONNECTED BY THE STEEL-FRAMED GLASS CORRIDOR
WASH THE WORRIES AWAY
Resilient, natural materials cover this wash room in style so clean up can look good and weather the storm. A soapstone sink makes a statement in the steel vanity and the floor-to-ceiling plaid mosaic hides any hints of splashing. This mudroom houses a full shower to rinse away the big messes that carefree country living can entail without tracking the evidence inside.
THE BUNK ROOM
FOUR PEAS IN A POD
The kids may call dibs on this room but guests of all ages can appreciate a sweet built-in bunk design... at least around here they can! Rift white oak carries in the natural element cohesive with the rest of the home and gives the bunks their structure. The corner tower wastes no space carving out a stairway nook on the other side.
BLACK + WHITE BATH
There's no gray area in this high contrast design, just a touch of muted green. Timeless subway tiles and paneling add dimension to the colorless walls while a cross pattern fills the dark floor with some fun.
THE DOUBLE ROOM
DOUBLE THE LOVE
These hanging headboards and soft purple linens are the bunk room's toughest competition. Paired with a geo-detailed dresser, two wardrobes and a hanging chair in each window nook, we can see why guests would choose to stay here.
Fun fact: The "hanging headboards" are mounted to the wall with z-bars but the custom curtain rods really complete the whimsical look.