Modern FarmhouseFarmhouse Kitchen, Salt Lake City
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What About Modern Farmhouse Style?When we talk about farmhouse style in this context, we’re really talking about modern farmhouse style — to attempt to re-create a historically accurate farmhouse would be a different undertaking altogether. So the real question becomes, how modern is your interpretation of farmhouse style? And for that question, there is no right or wrong answer: Whether the pieces you choose are old or new, the important part is that they share the same utilitarian, simple aesthetic.See more of this modern farmhouse
2. Let There Be LightHouse at a GlanceWho lives here: A family of sixLocation: Mountain Green, UtahSize: Five bedrooms, six bathroomsDesigner: Sita Montgomery InteriorsThis new-build home is all about the natural light, which is enhanced by crisp white walls, cabinets and countertops in the kitchen. Muted brass and iron finishes minimize reflection and add an aged look.
KitchenThe kitchen gets a lot of natural light through the windows, and white cabinetry and quartz countertops further brighten the space. To minimize reflection and add contrast, Montgomery chose muted metals, such as brass and iron. “Being careful with finishes is really important,” she says. One tip she suggests is trying to match hardware to either the faucet or lighting for best results. Bar stools have brass feet, tying in the same tones. The island —outfitted for the big family of six — bears a barnlike “X” at the end.Countertops: Pental; bar stools: Pier 1 ImportsBrowse more farmhouse kitchen photos