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"We used a blend of textures and materials like linen, rope, hide, jute, metal and reclaimed wood," she says."The interiors marry clean lines and rustic elements for a relaxed, organic home."To give this serene master suite a warm, country atmosphere in keeping with its farmhouse setting, designer Lindye Galloway covered the ceiling with reclaimed wood.Today’s approach to farmhouse design combines many of the style's classic elements — wide-plank wood floors, exposed beams and rustic wood furnishings, with a much brighter take.
"We used a custom vanity designed to look like a farm work table with a marble top.Tour more of the home that was featured in HGTV Magazine.To give an open-concept ranch home in Northern California a look and feel that would "embrace indoor-outdoor living and support an active young family," designer Jennifer Robin Mac Donald of Jennifer Robin Interiors turned to a deft mix of natural elements.Enter Chip and Joanna Gaines of HGTV’s Fixer Upper.The pair worked their own brand of magic, taking the house down to its studs before rebuilding from the inside out and, in the process, filling it with southwestern charm.
Case in point: The dining room, where exposed beams and wide-plank wood floors create a warm backdrop, a long vintage table and metal chairs offer plenty of seating for casual gatherings and bright red barn-style pendants add a fun pop of color.