Step inside this elaborate farmhouse that is the perfect mix of elegance and rustic

The self-styled "rambling redhead" who lives in this stunning farmhouse with two kids and a hubby, describes herself online as loud and blunt with a "Masters Degree in Sarcasm."
She is also a busy online entrepreneur and creative spirit, an obviously flourishing interior decorator, and a writer and producer of comedic YouTube offerings. Her name is Jennifer and she seems to embrace a modern life with lots and lots of traditional, down-home style.
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Her home is still bedecked, understandably, with Christmas in mind from the garlands on the staircase banisters to the trees large and small popping up around the house. (At times, the house looks like Santa's getaway retreat.) If you can look past all that, you can see a classic, splendorous home with magnificent staircases, homey hearths and some funky and exceptional chandeliers. Hope you enjoy your tour:
Let's start with the living room. It's large, cozy and lived-in.
This view shows the great tree in the distance and a magnificent chandelier overhead. It isn't strictly traditional, but it blends in beautifully.​
Notice how wide the staircase is ... now that's style!
We think it's worth a second look.
The exposed beams are a great touch, but the marbled top to the table/counter is really eye-catching.
The kitchen is also worth a second look ...
and a third.
What's a rambling farmhouse without a fireplace?
Or, for that matter, two fireplaces?
In fact, a truly rambling farmhouse ought to have a piano, as well.
Jennifer calls this her favorite room in the house, which is affectionately known as "the brick room." Great place for thinking, reading, hiding from someone or maybe talking to the family cat (if there is one).
Oh, that reminds me: Jennifer said drop in anytime. There's always room for a guest or two.
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Check out Jennifer’s white farmhouse kitchen renovation, it's true kitchen goals and if you are so inspired by her gorgeous home you need to check out her Instagram — these photos are stunning!
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