I have this thing with farmhouses. Specifically the whitewashed, ranch style ‘farmhouses’ that belong to places like Sonoma. So, when I discovered this modern farmhouse with its saturated blue decor and white walls in Sonoma… well, obviously I was due for a house tour, complete with how we’d get the look.
I love how easy houses like this are. Their style is simple and comfortable, bright, and welcoming. The kitchen’s lofted ceilings helping bring in that farmhouse feel with the exposed wood and industrial stools. But what I really find interesting about the decor in the home is the unexpected mid-century modern accents throughout…
Blended with worn woods and industrial accents, the mid-century pieces actually seem right at home in this farmhouse. You’ll notice a blue theme here as well – it’s so fresh and clean! Don’t you love when a color can be woven into a whole home without feeling too themey? I think they totally get away with it here.
The mix of preppy, ethnic, and classic accents in different shades of blue keep everything from feeling too matchy – just cohesive.
And in this space – quite cozy! Love the layering going on here with all the pillows and throws in front of the fireplace! It really makes this home feel appropriate for every season.