Today we’re headed to beautiful Tennessee to tour a colorful farmhouse with loads of design appeal. Todd Richesin Interiors was the designer and believes that indoor spaces should be collected, not decorated. This philosophy creates a more unique approach to decorating and reveals a homeowner’s personality because rooms are filled with favored items.
The farmhouse entryway reveals the use of fun color throughout this pretty home. Patterned curtains, a rooster oil painting, and colorful rugs add cheer and fun.
The hallway reveals more hints of color to come.
The dining space in the kitchen enjoys a fun, colorful pattern on the chairs. A smaller, softer pattern plays on the curtains.
Cafe curtains are a cottage-style touch in kitchen of our colorful farmhouse. White custom cabinets are anything but boring due to their intricate detail.
Another hallway pairs wooden doors with white walls and a beautiful blue slate floor.
Floral chintz fabrics add elegance and color in the rose-painted bedroom. Rough-hewn ceiling beams add a rustic touch.
The adjoining bathroom wears a playful wallpaper pattern in the same color tones as the bedroom.
Another bedroom in today’s colorful farmhouse pairs soft red with white, in the form of toile curtains at the window, a braided rug on the floor, cushions on the wicker chair, and a soft quilt on the bed.
Note how the majority of the farmhouse interiors are white and color is brought in with textiles that can easily be replaced if you tire of them. You can see more of today’s colorful farmhouse on Houzz.
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