Take a moment to take in the grace of this family's stunning farmhouse interior

There is no doubt that Patsy Schmidt has an eye for farmhouse design. In addition to decorating her spacious family home, she recently took on the challenge of designing a newly built home for her local Parade of Homes. However, it is her own home that is filled with all the custom touches and sentimental elements that make it especially inviting. For example, the master bedroom features a wall display of her wedding vows, infant shoes from one of her daughters and pictures of important members of the family.
In truth, in addition to all of the carefully selected furniture, soft textiles and decorative elements, it is these precious items that make the house a home.
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A gorgeous, gray bench provides accessible seating for little ones in the family's entrance.
This open-concept kitchen is full of great architectural details, such as exposed brick, overhead ducts and wooden ceiling beams.
The dining room, with comfortable seating for eight, is calm and welcoming with its wooden elements and neutral color scheme.
A careful selection of furnishings in the living room creates an atmosphere that feels lived in and inviting.
The roomy master bedroom contains a stately four-poster bed and a captivating ceiling featuring custom paneling and strong, dark wood beams.
A large heirloom dresser acts as a nightstand while also creating a beautiful vignette with coordinating decorative elements.
The master bath features a penny tile floor installed in a graphic design and a luxurious clawfoot tub for an evening of relaxation.
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