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Rustic Meets Modern in Amazing San Francisco Farmhouse

Today I’ve got a home tour that’s a little bit different. Rustic touches are infused into a modern style San Francisco farmhouse by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design with good old country styling. I love this home for its unique character and beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces.

Dark Brown Modern Farmhouse Renovation in San FranciscoPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


Step inside and enjoy the country style of this beautiful home with vaulted ceilings and painted wood. I like how the very highest peak of the living room ceiling was left stained – and the windows way up high are a really nice touch. The shades of green on the walls and trim are a great color choice with the rustic wood floors.

Country Style Living Room with Vaulted Ceiling and Wood FloorsPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


Not only is the living room pretty and open, but the view out the very large wall of doors is amazing. It’s like an additional living room – outdoors. The renovated farmhouse is located in the San Francisco area.

Wall of Glass Doors in Living Room Leading to Expansive PatioPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


The kitchen carries the same color scheme with darker trim. The space enjoys a mix of wood and painted cabinetry.. Large windows above the kitchen sink provide additional viewing vantages from inside the home. 

Painted Shiplap Walls in Modern Farmhouse KitchenPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


The sunroom also enjoys great views and feels cozy and inviting with its dark walls and built-in sectional seating. Red upholstery and a bright yellow pendant light keep the space from looking too dark.

Modern Cabin Style SunroomPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


The powder room continues the shiplap wall theme. A live edge slab of wood creates a rustic vanity for the sink.

Small powder room with white shiplap walls and live edge vanityPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


The master bedroom lends the impression of sleeping up in the tree tops. I love that furnishings are kept to a minimum so the architectural details of the house can stand out. The use of white, color, and wood throughout are also very appealing.

Photo by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


The master bathroom is especially stunning with the same light fixture as the bedroom. A gorgeous soaker tub takes advantage of the forest view while a rustic double vanity and walk-in shower add to the functionality and design.

Photo by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


The front of the home reveals the pleasing mix of clapboard siding and barn wood. I always love a metal roof and they last far longer than a shingled roof so the investment is worth every penny. The different angles of the rooflines add to the home’s exterior appeal.

Rustic modern farmhouse with mix of exterior siding - clapboard and barn woodPhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design


A step back shows how the home is beautifully landscaped with native plantings that help to soften the hardscape walls and patios.

Modern exterior of San Francisco farmhousePhoto by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design

You can see more of this renovated San Francisco farmhouse by Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design over at Houzz.


See More Modern Farmhouse Tours:

Modern Farmhouse in Silicon Valley

Modern Farmhouse on Perch Lake in Wisconsin

Modern Maine Farmhouse on Peter’s Cove

Modern Farmhouse in Chicago Suburbs

Modern Farmhouse That’s Not Afraid of Color



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  1. This would be a great stay for a very snowy winters day. I have a white kitchen and light colored home which I love BUT every time I see this warm shade of blue/green with warm natural wood I’m instantly comfy. It reads calm to me.
    That book shelf/tv console around that bend, very cool. That bed tucked in under the warm wood ceiling, yes! That tub! I’m in!!
    I enjoyed this home..thanks Jennifer…I think I’ll save for some ideas later.

  2. The different colors of the wood and height of the windows really opens it up for that beautiful view.