A five bedroom, four bathroom new-build property with a farmhouse feel, and a bright, open and fresh aesthetic. Designed by Interior Impressions, the new home sits in the countryside next to a farm on the outskirts of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and spans 5600 square feet.
The Interior Impressions team worked with the builder (Divine Custom Homes) from the blueprint and design stage all the way through to furnishing and decorating. The owners wanted to create a farmhouse feel since the property sits next to a farm. The family have three busy boys and a dog, so all finishes and furnishings needed to be easy to clean, very durable and family-friendly.
There is a lower level bar area and a pool entrance with a secondary laundry space. The garden has a gorgeous putting green, swimming pool, and pergola covered patio. The main floor has a spacious open-plan kitchen, dining area, family room and hallway with a boot room. There is also a screened porch with a stone fireplace, cedar tongue and groove ceiling, and screen sliding windows.
To keep the light, airy hallway (pictured top) free from clutter, there’s a designated boot room with alcoves for shoes, and locker doors to keep coats, cardigans, gilets and scarves etc out of sight.
The home is surrounded by woodland and offers gorgeous views through large, black framed windows.
The designers added shiplap details to the ceiling, with exposed wooden beams, and white painted wood panelling on the walls with a stone chimney breast to create a modern rustic setting. The large black-framed windows keep it modern, as do the furnishings and modern fireplace.
Doors lead from the sun room to a small, cosy and informal family room.
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Turquoise stools at the kitchen island breakfast bar add a pop of cheerful colour.
The open-plan kitchen also features a relaxed dining area, with a mish-mash of wooden chairs, a wooden bench and a pair of upholstered dining chairs for a relaxed, informal look.
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The downstairs cloakroom continues the relaxed, modern rustic theme with shiplap style wood panelling, and a reclaimed wood vanity with cement basin.
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