Step inside and see how a family built their rural dream farmhouse

It's not every day that a young family is able to build their dream farmhouse. However, for the Krystal Gulley and her family, this was exactly the case. Their new residence, in rural Tennessee, is a real showstopper with its lofty ceilings, wide plank hardwood floors, and classic farmhouse kitchen. Crisp, white walls pair beautifully with classic, neutral furnishings to create a timeless appeal. The addition of rustic overhead beams, reclaimed church doors, in the dining room, and a red brick patio creates the illusion of a much older home. The open concept plan of the main floor allows the family to move easily throughout the home.
As well, its capacious rooms make hosting family and friends a real treat. It isn't difficult to imagine the home filled with family on a chilly evening in December. One may also agree that the timeless, welcoming appeal of this contemporary farmhouse is bound for the pages of Country Living.
The family room features high ceilings, rich hardwood floors and lots of comfortable seating options.
A rustic, kitchen island provides additional prep space in the elegant, white kitchen.
The dining room features a set of church doors that Krystal lovingly brought back to life.
A classic green chalkboard allows the homeowner's to easily add their own personal touches to the dining space.
The textural master bed features a unique, palette-inspired headboard complete with a touch of greenery.
Quiet evenings can easily be spent in this cavernous, free-standing bathtub in the master suite.
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