This stunning farmhouse style home is a collaborative effort between Kristina Crestin Design and Connor Homes, located in North Shore, a coastal area north of Boston, Massachusetts. The living room is complimented by a hand knotted, 100% wool area rug, that pulls the design scheme together and grounds the space. The paint color used on the doors and window trim is Benjamin Moore—Black PM-9 in a semi gloss finish.
Paint information for the living room color palette: It’s all Benjamin Moore, with the shiplap wall, mantel, bookcase and trim painted in White Dove OC-17, in a satin impervo finish. The ceiling is White Dove OC-17, in a flat finish. The window sashes are Black PM-9 in a semi gloss finish. The walls are in Nimbus 1465, in an eggshell finish.
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This home was designed for a couple and their newborn child, born during the construction of this home. Consisting of 3,000 square feet of living space, there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two powder bathrooms. An interesting fact about this home, it was featured in the television series “This Old House”. The home is a combination of traditional farmhouse style and industrial, styled to fit the homeowners varying tastes. You will find a mix of barn doors, shiplap and architectural salvage throughout the interiors.
Another interesting detail about this home, is that the builder, Connor Homes, specializes in producing panelized homes that have an historical aesthetic on the exterior facade. The interiors are customized to fit modern living. Everything is designed in a factory and then shipped to the site, where it is assembled. This particular home most closely resembles the Federal style, called “The Sarah Taylor House“.
Above: The painting in the living room is a reproduction giclee sourced on One Kings Lane—the artist was Kim Coulter. The playful polka dot, chartreuse pillow was sourced from Landry & Arcari.
Above: The island is painted in Benjamin Moore—2130-40 Black Pepper. The island top is a 2″ thick slab of Carrara marble. The perimeter shaker style cabinetry is painted in Benjamin Moore White Dove. The sconces over the windows were sourced from Restoration Hardware. The fixtures over the island are the Thomas OBrien Hicks 2 Light 13 inch Bronze with Antique Brass Accents Pendant Ceiling Lights. Source: Visual Comfort.
Above: White subway tiles and open shelving adds to the stunning aesthetic of this kitchen. The large iron brackets for the shelves were sourced from Signature Hardware.
Above: The wood flooring throughout the interiors is pre-finished Hickory.
Above: The sliding barn door was salvaged from Old House Parts in Kennebunk, Maine. They were customized to fit the space and mounted on a sliding track system. The light fixture was sourced from Schoolhouse Electric.
Above: The powder bathroom walls were painted in Benjamin Moore—Smoke Embers 1466.
What We Love: Overall, this farmhouse style home features a clean, warm and comfortable home, well suited for family living. Love the color scheme, material selections and mix of old and new. The designer did a fantastic job of sourcing furnishings and light fixtures throughout the home. Beautiful, would love to live here!… How about you?
Above: The floor tile in this bathroom was sourced from Roma Tile. The adorable Teak Step Stool in Natural was sourced from Serena & Lily. The prints on the wall are very budget-friendly downloads found on Etsy! Link here. The designer printed them and placed them in frames purchased at Target!
The wall color above the 3×12 white subway tiles is Benjamin Moore—Newburg Green, HC-158. The 48″ wall mounted sink is the Kohler Brockway with Kohler Cannock Faucets.
Above: The quilt on the bed was sourced from Target.
Above: In the master bathroom, the vanity cabinets were painted in Benjamin Moore—Black Pepper 2130-40. The countertop material is Carrara marble. The walls were painted in Bejamin Moore—Sterling #1591. The flooring is 6×12 Carrara marble tile.
Above: The bedroom was painted in Benjamin Moore—Nimbus 1465. While the trim color is Benjamin Moore—White Dove OC-17. The coverlet and pillow was sourced from Pine Cone Hill. The curtains were from Target!
Above: Just off the front entryway is the cozy home library. The walls and trim were painted in Benjamin Moore—Black Pepper 2130-40, in a semi gloss finish. The leather sofa and side table were sourced from Restoration Hardware. The pillows come from various sources, Serena & Lily, Pine Cone Hill and Target. The standing lamp was also sourced from Serena & Lily. The wall sconce was sourced from Authentic Designs Lighting.
Photos: Jared Kuzia / Eric Roth Photography (last image)
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