It’s always a happy day when I stumble across an especially beautiful home that pulls at my heartstrings. Today’s West Virginia farmhouse by Steven Shutts Design is one of those days. The property is idyllic with the large farmhouse nestled among rustic outbuildings and gravel paths. Step inside and be amazed at the calming vintage style that offers a feeling of peace and serenity. Just what we need in today’s crazy world!
The living room is both elegant and comfortable at the same time with timeless, cushy furniture grouped for conversation around the gorgeous stone fireplace. A painted bead board ceiling with wooden beams adds farmhouse texture to the space.
Vintage and antique pieces can be seen throughout the home and everything blends beautifully. I love that style of sofa with nail head trim, and the chippy cabinet makes a great backdrop. You’ll find more nail head trim on the vintage pink chair.
A makeshift office space is tucked next to the stone fireplace with a white, shabby chic style table. Plants and a clear lamp give this corner a fresh look.
If you read my blog regularly, you know I’m a sucker for checkerboard floors. The sunroom is peaceful and serene dressed in white.
Here’s a better view of the vintage sink in the sun room. It’s the perfect spot for trimming and arranging cut flowers. Dainty China adds a bit of femininity above the sink.
Gray-blue paint coats the bead board in the powder room with its vintage artwork and mirror. Penny tile flooring enhances the feeling of yesteryear.
Cabinets painted a stunning blue create the base for this West Virginia farmhouse kitchen. Sleek white countertops and walls help to add a bright and airy feeling.
Every time I see a vintage stove like this I vow to get one for my own farmhouse kitchen. I just wish they weren’t so expensive. If you know of a good, affordable source, I’d love to hear about it! Everything I look at is thousands of dollars!
Prepare to be romanced by this French country bedroom with floral wallpaper and shades of pink. It’s nice to find unexpected elegance in a farmhouse.
The master bathroom doesn’t disappoint, either. A white claw foot tub resides beneath a wall of windows while a more modern wood vanity flanks the opposite wall.
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