If you’re a fan of Joanna Gaines, you might like today’s home tour by Rafterhouse. It’s a charming home with a minimalist approach to Fixer Upper style!
The white kitchen has a beautiful metal range hood and black pendant lights. To expand the length and functionality of the kitchen island, a cupboard was placed at the end. The dark color and wood top adds depth and drama to the space.
Wood beams add a bit of warmth and texture to the vaulted ceiling in the living room. Mid-century modern chairs lend eclectic appeal to the minimalist approach of decorating .
You can see from this angle that the couch is rather rustic.
A peek in the powder room reveals a farm cart turned into a vanity.
Rather than hang a simple board with hooks in the mud room, a uniquely designed wood back drop provides instant art to the white wall.
A beautiful, black, free-standing tub in the bathroom is adorned with a simple drum pendant above.
Even the laundry room shares a minimalist approach to decorating. A simple blue flower vase is all that’s needed to lend a bit of color, allowing the patterned floor and gray brick back splash to take center stage.
What do you think of this minimalist approach when decorating a fixer upper style home? Would you like to see more decorative touches? Or do the uncluttered spaces feel like stress-free living to you?