Fresh Country Style Home Tour

Today’s fresh country style home pairs two of my favorite decorating staples – wood and the color white. The rooms are warm, inviting, and beautifully styled.

The living room contains a variety of textures. Shiplap walls hug the room, soft linens cover the armchairs, and earthen pottery graces the built-in shelves.

Elegant Country Style Living Room with Oriental RugPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

On the other side of the living room is a beautiful fireplace and mantel. A wood mirror takes center stage and I noticed the owner has a small canvas painting on the mantel, like I have on my spring mantel. Color is added to the room in the form of a red Oriental rug.

Elegant Country Style Living Room with FireplacePhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

You’ll find shiplap in the white kitchen, too. Subway tile is used for a back splash and simple cafe curtains hang at the window. Wood floors add warmth to the room.

White Country Kitchen with Farmhouse SinkPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

The kitchen island is also dressed in wood, with a cage pendant light overhead. Another red Oriental rug adds a little cushion underfoot. I like when rooms flow one into another with similar furnishings.

Fresh Country Style KitchenPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

The dining room is the first room I saw in this fresh country style home. I absolutely love it! The chairs are soft and pretty, the black chandelier is graceful, and a pewter vase on the round table complements the pewter plates on the wall. Did you notice the pretty wallpaper on the ceiling? I have embossed wallpaper on the ceiling of my sitting room and I’d like to add it to a few more rooms.

French Country Dining Room in Neutral TonesPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

Built-in china cabinets painted gray provide plenty of storage for dishes and glassware.

Dining Room with Built-In CabinetsPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

Dining Room with Wallpaper CeilingPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

A butler’s pantry includes a wine fridge. The mirror tile backdrop is a nice touch.

Butler's PantryPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

The ultimate mudroom lines a windowed hallway. Plenty of storage for a large family.

Country Home Hall and Entry with Oriental RugPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

This fresh country style home has so many great details, like these rolling wooden doors. A cozy window seat lies just beyond.

Country House Hallway with Sliding DoorsPhoto by Kemp Hall Studio

 

You can see more of this beautiful home by Kemp Hall Studio over at Houzz.

 

See More Home Tours:

The North End Loft

Junk Chic Cottage

Daisy Mae Belle

Karen’s Up on the Hill

It All Started with Paint

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  1. I love this home. The decor and paint colors speak my language to a T. My favorites are the separate dining room, which I’ve never had in any home I’ve lived in; and the mud room. I raised 2 kids and many dogs with no mud room, but plenty of mud. This is definitely one of my favorite tour homes.

  2. The dining room was amazing. I’ve never considered hanging PEWTER plates. What a statement.

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