A bright and playful farmhouse style retreat was designed by Lorrie Browne Interiors, located in the prestigious Equestrian Club community of Wellington, Florida. Throughout the interiors of this modern home you will find bursts of color, creating a cheerful vibe. Comfortable, laid-back furnishings are paired with durable fabrics and finishes.
In the living room, white-washed shiplap walls and a tall, slanted ceiling line helps to keep the space feeling light and airy. A graphic print area rug helps to delineate and ground the space. A wall of sliding glass windows blurs the boundaries between indoors and out.
A beautiful dining room sits adjacent to a cozy family room with a home office, while the living room is on the opposing side. Blue painted sliding barn doors helps to close this space off to the great room, perfect when privacy is needed. Sweeping views of a meticulously landscaped backyard and a meandering river offers a tranquility to the space.
What We Love: This farmhouse style retreat features beautiful, bold pops of color throughout the interior decor scheme. The open layout great room is the heart of the home, providing a comfortable atmosphere to relax. The indoor-outdoor connection has been well established, creating luminosity and tranquil views of the lush vegetation. Overall, this is a peaceful retreat to enjoy with family and friends.
Readers, what are your thoughts on this family-friendly abode? Would this be your vision of a vacation home oasis? Let us know why or why not in the comments below.
Above: An L-shaped kitchen features a blue and red theme with stainless steel appliances. The breakfast bar offers ample space to entertain guests while offering views of the lush landscape outside.
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Above: A screened-in porch provides a cozy space for the homeowners to retreat and enjoy fresh air while being protected from the elements.
Photos: Courtesy of Lorrie Browne Interiors