Farmhouse style home overlooking the Newport Beach coastline

This farmhouse style home was designed by Pal + Smith in collaboration with Halo Interior Design, located in Crystal Cove, a coastal community in Newport Beach, California. This newly constructed, two-story custom home was created for a young and active family. The inspiration for the architecture of this stunning home is Italian farmhouse. The designer made specifications that were selected based on the architecture and historical reference to the farmhouse style.

The designer opted for warm wood tones, rustic stone and hand painted tiles throughout the interiors. A neutral color palette was selected, highlighted by accents of red and yellow. Antiques can also be found throughout the interiors, without feeling too heavy. The overall mood is light and airy with a decidedly casual feel.


The homeowner is a Folk art collector, which was integrated into the decor. This project is the perfect example of art being the eclectic layer in a traditional home. This is one of the designers most favorite projects, as it defied the norms of design and architecture for this particular area of Orange County.

Above: The exquisite pendant lights in the hallway were sourced from Reborn Antiques.


What We Love: This stunning farmhouse style home offers a stylish interior palette with subtle pops of color throughout. We are admiring the eclectic mix of furnishings and the fantastic light fixtures. The seaside views are an added bonus to this wonderfully designed home… the exterior looks like something you would see in the Italian countryside, love it!… How about you? What details in this home do you find most appealing? Anything you would change? Please tell us in the Comments!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other fabulous farmhouse style home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign in the Newport Beach area: Absolutely dreamy modern farmhouse style on Southern California’s coast and Modern farmhouse style home with a beachy-vibe in Newport Beach.




Above: The chandelier above the bed was sourced from Paul Ferrante.


Above: The beautiful freestanding Roman bathtub was sourced from The Bath Works.



Photos: Courtesy of Halo Interior Design

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5 years ago

I’m with Niles. I am partial to the Farmhouse and Modern Farmhouse styles. But as it becomes more vogue of late, and people tire of other styles, now suddenly everything is farmhouse. I think very few folks would look at the home above and think “farmhouse”. Nice Tuscan Villa sure, it is that. A “farm” is corn, wheat, soy, lettuce etc. in most people’s minds. Though a vineyard is technically a farm, I believe few people think of it like that. It’s a vineyard. Where they make that yummy wine-stuff. I did a little write-up on the “Modern Farmhouse” style… Read more »

5 years ago

Truly beautiful, I just don’t get “farmhouse”. I think that term is being overused in today’s descriptions.

Al DeFilippo
5 years ago
Reply to  Niles

I’m no expert, but it helps me to think, “vineyard” when the term farmhouse is mentioned. But by no means is this style limited to the magnificent wine-producing properties.