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American Farmhouse Style

American Farmhouse Style

August - September 2020

American Farmhouse Style is the ultimate resource for open, welcoming American décor and architecture, whether in a historic farmhouse, modern country estate or suburban home.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Engaged Media
Frequency:
Quarterly
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4 min.
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AMERICAN GEMS, PAGE 20 For more on Cherokee Brick, visit cherokeebrick.com. For more on Polder’s Old World Market, visit poldersoldworldmarket.com. For more on Cadet, visit cadetheat.com. For more on Brooklyn Bedding, visit brooklynbedding.com. For more on Kathleen Morrone, visit etsy.com/shop/littlegreenherbaria. GREENHOUSE SHE SHED, PAGE 36 For more on Alyson, visit farmkidco.com. FAMILY-FRIENDLY FARMHOUSE, PAGE 48 For more on Kierste, visit oldsaltfarm.com. Dining room chandelier: 9018 BK New Century from Trans Globe Lighting. Visit tglighting.com. Dining chairs, guest room side table and bedding: Better Homes & Gardens. Visit bhg.com. Old Salt Farm sign: Between You & Me Designs on Etsy. Visit etsy.com. Kitchen pendant lights: Light ceiling lamp in Distressed Black by Zuo Modern. Visit zuomod.com. Library chandelier: Semi flush-mount ceiling light, distressed wood beads painted finish from LALUZ. Visit laluzhome.com. Library sofa: Ektorp sofa from Ikea. (888) 888-4532 or ikea.com. Living room rug: Thomasville. Visit thomasville.com. Living…

1 min.
barn living

What type of architecture is right for a country getaway? This family decided to base their California vacation home on a barn. “The client was inspired by the feeling of the old tack barn on the site,” says architect Greg Faulkner of Faulkner Architects. The new home rests on the footprint of an older 1950s ranch house. “It had been remodeled many times,” Greg says. At first, the homeowners wanted to incorporate the old house into the new build. “After an initial concept was developed, the owners felt it was too complex and wanted a simple, minimal barn-like atmosphere with lessons taken from the old design,” he says. “Grading and moving of earth were minimized—the barn-like form was buried into the hillside and cantilevered over it in order to leave the slope…