Countryside farmhouse charm never gets old. Refresh your decor with a modern blend of old and new - with Mother Nature as your muse.
Whether you live on the West Coast in a fantastically modern, chic Malibu home ; a low-key, yet "Give Me a Break," upscale horse farm in Rancho Santa Fe; a "What Dreams are Made of" vineyard property in Temecula; or on the East Coast in an ultra modern loft in Soho, New York,
use wood combined with metals for a modern, urban, industrial, Country-Luxe farmhouse look. This style is so on-point, and yet here to stay for the long-term. Modern, urban, countryside style allows you to showcase your in-the-know personal style:
Raw, Chic, Sustainable, yet Upscale, Comfortable, Relaxed Luxury
The Modern Country-Luxe style has many layers to its look: add simple modern wood and metal furniture; sturdy wheels adds flexibility and functionality; loungy, comfortable couches and chairs; try muted burnt oranges, yellows, and blues. Expose ceiling beams and HVAC metal ducts when you can to add that raw, upscale industrial feel. For the whimsical, yet upscale feel of a beach farmhouse on Martha's Vineyard or Cape Cod, use fresh florals, farm animal prints, a combination of sunny colors with earthy tones,
and a lot of bright white wall decor! For the grounded feel of the countryside, consider keeping or adding weathered, distressed wood floors, but lighten the mood with fresh white walls. Add don't forget to add furnishings with space to display your shell, driftwood collections, perhaps next to your first place horse show ribbons! In both of these styles add modern, clean, simple, sustainable earthy decor and accessories. Include wall art and pillows with vineyard, farm animal, and harvesting motifs. How about including simple, muted images of sustainable living, including farm equipment, old trucks and bicycles, windmills, old wells and water pumps, and weather vines. Busy honey bees, wise old owls , jet black crows, poppy flowers, grapevines and everything natural in between are timeless elements of upscale, yet relaxed, town and country style.