This gorgeous modern farmhouse home shows you that its possible to have a modern home with a farmhouse flare. Don’t miss the unique wall treatment and simple details in this home tour!
I recently attended a blogging event in this modern farmhouse during the 2016 Utah Valley Parade of Homes. This home is number 23 on the tour and was built by Foster Custom Homes with interior design by Osmond Designs. This home was custom built for a family that needed wheelchair accessibility so you will notice wide spaces, hard flooring and some low counters to accommodate a wheelchair.
I absolutely love some of the statement pieces in this house so I have linked some of them below if you want to style them in your own home!
I love this unique wall treatment! It adds so much character and texture and would be pretty simple to DIY!
I need this quote in my home except mine would say, “Nothing is really lost until your wife can’t find it!”
This framed cotton is such a simple and pretty idea. I love how it brings the outdoors in and fits perfectly with the architecture and design of the home.
I was inspired by the decor and wall treatments in this home and think many of them could be great DIY projects! It would be so easy to frame dried plants from around your home to add a unique wall hanging. The aged wood wall treatment would be another fun project, although a bit more work and I just love this simple wooden crate with its humorous stencil!
If you like some of the gorgeous lighting in this home tour, be sure to check out my farmhouse lighting post! Did this home inspire you to start your own rustic DIY projects? Tell me about it!
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