Step inside and be entranced by a farmhouse's use of wood and glass

It's no surprise that many farmhouse lovers opt for the modern materials and design of a custom home. New construction allows homeowners to tailor a home to suit their particular needs without having to deal with the expensive, and often stressful, process of renovating a home with 100+ years of history. The Instagram account of Tyler Michelle called, 'Our Farmhouse Fit' provides a sneak peek into the timeline of constructing and decorating a fresh new farmhouse.
As new photos are uploaded account followers are able to see how Tyler Michelle's vision unfolds, from Pinterest boards to completion. And the result is stunning! The entire house exudes rustic charm with materials like tongue-and-groove wall boards and hardwood flooring. A classic brick flooring installation adds texture and charm in the home's multipurpose mud/laundry/school room. However, the room that will truly take your breath away is the kitchen with its classic white kitchen, substantial island and trio of glass pendants.
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The open concept space allows those in the kitchen to easily interact with family and friends in the adjoining family room. This home is built for memories and is sure to stand the test of time with its time-honored architecture and finishes.
The front porch is made of brick that has been installed in a traditional, herringbone pattern.
A paneled white island is the jewel in this spacious kitchen design.
Wood tones and white walls create a calming atmosphere in this elegant dining room.
French doors provide access to the exterior porch while allowing natural light to fill the dining space.
A curved wood vanity mirror provides beauty and functionality in one of the home's neutral bathrooms.
The multipurpose laundry/mudroom has been designed with lots of texture in the flooring, countertops, backsplash and custom cabinetry.
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A traditional Dutch door is a unique, yet ideal, addition this brand new country home.
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