Fixer Upper style gave rise to simple farmhouse decor in black, white, and neutrals. Today we’re touring a Maine modern farmhouse that’s not afraid of color.
Step inside and you’ll find a pleasing coastal style with plenty of color for those who like to enliven their farmhouse interiors.
Window treatments aren’t needed when you have a forest of trees just outside. A large sailboat gives a nod to the home’s location in Portland.
Colorful furniture pairs with color-filled oil paintings throughout this modern farmhouse.
A large kitchen island is painted pale blue while glass front cabinets keep the room looking light and spacious.
A convenient butler’s pantry provides ample space for storing wine and beverages, along with other needed items when dining.
Rather than choose basic white for the cabinets in the butler’s pantry, the homeowners opted for a colorful yellow-green in their modern farmhouse.
Vivid red hugs the dining room for cozy family meals.
Another sailboat makes its appearance in the stairwell of today’s modern farmhouse. I always love a beautiful staircase!
An upholstered head board provides softness in the bedroom.
The bedroom includes a fireplace with cozy seating area.
The mudroom features beautiful faux brick flooring with an extra deep sink and colorful oil painting.
Outside, a beautiful red outbuilding provides architectural appeal along with a private seating area.