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Dreamiest details in this modern farmhouse style home tour in Minnesota

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Inside this modern farmhouse style home tour, design-build studio Beautiful Chaos has renovated a 1990s Prairie-style home in Maple Plain, Minnesota. The owners of the studio — a family with four kids — was looking for a slower paced lifestyle, wishing for a countryside home to raise their children. Set on 5-acres, this two-story home offers 3,500 square feet of living space. 

Having plenty of room to roam was idyllic, however their newly purchased home lacked architectural interest. The layout had ample potential, with the master bedroom housed on the first floor and the kitchen set away from the main living spaces. The designer went to work, sprucing up this home with some farmhouse charm.

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The design duo began with changing out the kitchen’s honey oak cabinets with Shaker-style cabinetry. The hand-distressed finish gave an aged look, while millwork, shiplap and bead board added character to the walls, windows and ceiling.

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What We Love: This modern farmhouse style home tour features a warm and welcoming mix of materials, finishes, furnishings and accessories. Clever design tricks were employed throughout this home to keep things budget-friendly yet super stylish. We are especially loving the character and charm that the designer has added into her home, from the painted floors to the collected antiques.

Tell Us: Do you think of the overall design aesthetics of this home feel warm and inviting? What details did you find most inspiring and why in the Comments!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other fabulous modern farmhouse style home tours that we have showcased here on One Kindesign: Eclectic modern farmhouse with unexpected pops of color in New York and Small woodsy cabin features a cozy farmhouse style in Napa Valley.

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Above: The oak floorboards are original to this home, refinished with white paint and given a time-worn look using a sander.

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Above: In the entry, a vintage console table features two salvaged lattices above. A charcoal drawing of a horse adds to the farmhouse aesthetic.

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Above: Doors were removed from a coat closet by the front door. Shiplap was added to the wall, along with a salvage basket as artwork and coat hooks.

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Above: Living spaces are adorned with a mix of large furniture pieces and antique occasional pieces and accents. According to the designer, adding vintage accessories to a home adds authentic and rich character.

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Above: The living room boasts soaring 20-foot high ceilings. The walls throughout the main level are painted in White Dove OC-17 | Benjamin Moore.

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Above: A white painted console table anchors this bright and airy living room, which is used to store accessories to change up the decor on the table.

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Above: The dimensions of the baseboards and millwork was increased throughout this home, where deep sills make the ’90s windows appear turn-of-the-century.

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Above: The wood ladder in the living room presents a touch of history, with throw blankets collected from the designer’s parents’ and grandparents’ houses.

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Above: A budget-friendly fix to cover up old popcorn ceilings, the designer installed sheets of beaded board right on top.

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Above: A $5 salvaged door in the dining room helps to elevate the charm of this space.

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Above: The kitchen countertops are marble.

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Above: The hood above the range is custom, composed of soft maple.

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Above: A screen porch features board-and-batten siding and painted wood decking. String lights brings ambiance to this indoor/outdoor space.

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Above: The flooring in the laundry/mudroom is slate tiles. Open shelving and cubbies provide much needed storage and places for accessories.

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Above: In the laundry room, soft maple and a stone apron-front sink adds a modern touch to the classic farmhouse style.

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Above: A faux fireplace front adds architectural character to this romantic master bedroom.

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Above: The master bathroom floors feature 8-inch strips of plywood, nailed down with tenpenny nails. Paint helps to conceal the grain. The vanity is a repurposed dining room buffet from the designer’s grandmother. The piece has been refinished and topped with marble and vessel sinks, adding character to this space. Strips of wood are added to the drywall and painted white — a budget-friendly trick to appear like board-and-batten.

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Above: In the boy’s bedroom, wainscoting and chalkboard paint adds timeless charm to the walls.

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Above: In the boy’s bedroom, staggered shiplap planks clad the walls, which are painted gray.

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Photos: Spacecrafting Photography and Trish Allison Photography

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