This updated farmhouse located in Bucks County PA showcases an inspiring revitalized design by Billinkoff Architecture. This private residence is comprised of several unique buildings, now connected together, and showcases natural materials such as weathered pine and stone.
This Farmhouse home plan features open spaces, a massive two-sided stone fireplace, and a great room that leaves onlookers speechless. The kitchen has been updated to reflect modern appliances and design though it doesn’t compromise the historic feel of the space. The inviting screen porch makes this home as accomodating to summer as any we’ve seen.
Updated Farmhouse Home Design
This nighttime shot showcases the patchwork-esque connectivity of multiple original structures. The cobblestone of the main building pairs incredibly well with the rustic woods featured on the other exteriors. The wrought iron railing, chairs, and captivating downspouts create an authentic modern Farmhouse lifestyle.
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This shot details the screened-in porch as well as the meadows of wildflowers surrounding the house. This residential property may have neighbors but it’s most assuredly still in the wild.
This interior shot presents a summer experience staged by a high-ceiling screened-in porch area with copious amounts of natural light. The soft outdoor sofas rattan area rug create an inviting-yet-durable living space to help while away the hours.
This shot showcases the massive stone fireplace centered in the primary level of the main building. This warm behemoth serves as a dividing presence between the main sitting area and dining/kitchen areas. Note the warm tones of the stone and the complimentary materials surrounding them. The white-on-white colors of the walls and trim help showcase this visual sonata of natural form well.
A look at the upstairs master bedroom shows the stonework in detail. This original structure adds a powerful flavor of historic design to this room. The contemporary furniture and decor balance well here and create a very inviting presence.
This shot, revealing the pathway between dining rooms and porch, showcases an intriguing custom display system staging a masterful collection of china. Note the use of complementary styles among the bar seating, dining table, and chairs in the screened-porch background. These choices provide an intriguing rhythm comprised of contemporary and historic.
This super modern kitchen stands apart from the rest of the house and showcases a stainless steel collection of a gas range, ovens, refrigerator, and dishwasher. While somewhat conflicting in style to the rest of the house, this space is constrained to such a small portion of the home that it doesn’t throw off the overall vibe of Farmhouse living.
This image showcases the first level floorplan of the home, inclusive of the two first-story bedrooms (upper left). Note the copious number of entryways to the home which makes for a very accomodating flow through this space.
More information on this home, along with more images, can be seen on the Billinkoff Architecture website.