In each of our design projects, there is so much thought that is put into the details. There are modifications that occur during the selection process that can make, not break, the space. Our team tries to focus on using a variety of materials, such as woods, metals, greenery – to name a few. #UrbanFarmhouse incorporates a healthy dose of different elements in a simple, yet powerful way.
This project is extra special to us, as this was design principal, Brianna’s, first collaborative project working alongside her husband, Ryan. And yes – that means Ryan is a custom builder. Major couple goals. The dynamic duo currently reside at #UrbanFarmhouse with their adorable two-year-old son, Ryker. The purpose of this project was to create a home that reflects both of their styles. They also wanted to design a space that can showcase all of the endless possibilities when it comes to customizing a project. As you can see…they successfully mastered both. Happy scrolling!
This sophisticated black range with brass trim by Lacanche brings contrast to this light, bright space beautifully.
On either side of the range are sliding glass panels that reveal oils and spices. Well-designed kitchens inspire you to cook for the family more, right?
These Palecek Plantation Hardwood framed dining chairs bring in an organic feel. Wooden elements warm up the room and can make the home feel that much more inviting.
Lustrous hibiscus colored ceramic tiles give off a unique iridescent effect in the baking pantry.
The wood finish of the mixing bowl and accent greenery help bring this space to life.
See the portfolio of Urban Farmhouse, here!
xx, Team BMID
Images by: Lacey/Kristen Weaver Photography