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