This family-centric, modern farmhouse is composed of a series of connected spaces, largely on one floor. The main living area encompasses the kitchen, dining areas and living room. Exposed steel beams give the vast space an industrial feel, with two-story windows, glass doors and transoms. A floating panel displays the television, so the hearth and fireplace are the room’s focal point. Behind the panel, Harrison Design architects tucked a butler’s pantry, 200-bottle wine bar, and 20 square feet of preparation and storage space. For privacy, a professional studio is at the opposite end of the residence; its driveway and parking area are not visible from the home.

Photographer: Jeff Herr Photography
Interior Designer: Janie Wilburn
General Contractor: Sheehan Built Homes

Covered front porch as welcoming entry with exposed steel beam and steel trimmed windows by Harrison Design architecture
Harrison Design used a glass paned front door and sidelight window to create a sun filled foyer reflected by the mirror
Metal framed windows, glass doors and transoms create a striking open dining area with hickory floor by Harrison Design.
Home with loft-style living room and timbered ceiling exposed steel beams collar ties and stone chimney by Harrison Design
Open kitchen by Harrison Design has industrial feel and patinated chimney flue style stove hood and island for casual dining
Hidden butler
Custom refrigerated wine wall saves space and cleverly stores wine in this home interior architecture by Harrison Design
Wood stair treads cantilever from the stone leading to a fully finished spacious basement designed by Harrison Design
In residence by Harrison Design, the mudroom includes dog wash with slate hexagonal easy cleaning tile
Dark beams, whitewashed shiplap wall and ceiling in bedroom by architects Harrison Design with streamlined ceiling fan
Cornered window his and her bathroom sinks and hardware free cabinets painted Down Pipe by Farrow & Ball by Harrison Design