THE DARK SIDE OF THE FARM
We're taking you down the main corridor of the home that connects the great room to the master suite. This light-filled walkway boasts the crisp white walls seen throughout the rest of the house, but it also packs a few bold punches of darker hues along the way. Those intriguingly moody spaces are what we're showing off today!
This wide corridor branches off the great room, curves around a few guest suites and the spaces we're sharing in this post, and ends in the dreamy master suite. Steel-framed windows and doors line large portions of the hallway welcoming in lots of light while family favorites of the homeowners' art collection fill the remaining walls with personality and fond memories.
Black tongue and groove walls and a matching ceiling with unexpected wood beams distinguish the family den. Large windows and glass doors flood the space with light, and playful furnishings invite everyone in to hang.
LIGHT + DARK
"We kept the whole house really light and airy with these beautiful muted jewel tones and then broke it up with dark walls in the den that extend across the hall. I love the heaviness of this room and the balance it brings to the home."
- Wendy Blackband
A killer slab wall sets the tone for this sophisticated bathroom while seagrass wallpaper and quirky "farm friends" art remind us that the design is not meant to be taken too seriously.
"I love where the laundry room is situated in the home — it’s between the main living and sleeping quarters and the window peeks out to a hidden patio off the kitchen pantry. It's full of style and function and overall such a fun laundry room design."
Rachel, Blackband Design