One of the most in demand styles of the day is Modern Farmhouse (thank you Chip and Joanna Gaines). Cypress Homes recently showcased a farmhouse-inspired home in the HBAFC Parade of Homes in Neenah, WI. The Cottonwood was inspired by this style in every aspect, from the home’s exterior right down to the reclaimed finishes inside the home. Let’s take a look.
The exterior features a 2-story look with simple vertical lines, a covered front porch with large columns and a mixture of materials including stone.
Walking into the home’s front door you enter a cozy foyer area with a small sitting area and a study featuring a traditional 15-lite office door but on barn door track. You also get the first glimpse of the 2 story great room at the back of the home.
Here is a better look at the barn door track located in the homes entry way. This is a great combination of traditional and farmhouse.
The two-story great room features 18′ ceilings, a wall of large windows, and a gorgeous fireplace with floor-to-ceiling reclaimed wood sourced locally from barns in Greenville, WI.
The kitchen and dining area has just the right combination natural and painted woodwork. The kitchen also features a traditional subway tile backsplash, black cabinet hardware, and a hard maple countertop on the island.
A first floor laundry room get’s plenty of natural light and offers a funtional L-shaped design. The washer and dryer area includes a built-in laundry pedestal to raise the height of front-load appliances to a more convenient level.
The home’s powder room features a shiplap accent wall and a custom-built furniture style vanity. This vanity was built out of reclaimed pallet wood.
The master suite is located on the first floor, positioned privately behind the garage area.
The master bathroom also features shiplap on the vanity wall, along with quartz countertops and a transom window for some natural light. The toilet and shower area are separated from the sinks. Subway tile was used for the shower walls, giving the space a classic feel.
At the top of the stairs there is an area overlooking the great room below. 3 additional bedrooms, a bathroom, and a small landing at the top of the stairs rounds out the 2nd floor.
The main bathroom upstairs features reclaimed wood behind the vanity, two sinks, and a separate area for the toilet and tub area.
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This post was written by Nicole Banta