We’re getting close to the end of April, so before it’s all over, I wanted to share with you guys another build I’ve put together lately! This one is a particularly proud work of mine, and if I’m honest, I don’t know if I want to take it down. It’s just so comfy, and absolutely the kind of place I would actually live in.
So let me introduce you to my farmhouse design.
The living room
Originally, I found my inspiration for this build on Pinterest. At first, it was the ceiling that I wanted to recreate, but that wasn’t going to be feasible with how I wanted to allocate my slots.
So I thought about it, and realized what I really wanted was the airy, spacious coziness of the room, and designed around that instead. And of course, I couldn’t have a living room without a big TV and entertainment unit! It is still me, after all.
Lately, I’ve been experimenting a lot with new ideas for designing doors over default doors. For the most part, those doors have been closed, but I saw an idea for an open door a while back and thought I’d try it out! After all, it’s perfectly farmhouse-y to have a screen door and leave your front door open.
It was surprisingly easy to do, too! It’s just a series of wood slat partitions that I floated up through the floor below to sit at the edge of the door frame.
Another thing I’ve been playing around with lately is kitchen cabinet styles. As much as I love the flat modern styles I’ve been doing lately, I also love a good shaker style—so the wood slat partitions came to my rescue again!
Unfortunately I ran out of slots to make the upper cabinets fancy, but still. I don’t think it misses out on anything.