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Contemporary family home with farmhouse details in New England

This stunning two-story contemporary family home was interior designed by , located in Bedford, Massachusetts. The home consists of 3,700 square feet of living space, with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The homeowners requested that their new home be stylish yet child-friendly. The interiors needed to reflect a relaxed feel with an open floorplan.

The vision was a modern home with farmhouse details, which can be found in the wide-planked hardwood flooring, farmhouse style sink in the kitchen and kid’s bathroom, and the brick flooring in the mudroom. There are is a mix of other style elements that can also be found throughout this home, making it unique. The designer worked on every stage of this home, from space planning to selecting accessories that would integrate with the homeowner’s original furnishings.

Above: The front door has a very inviting, New England appeal, painted in Newburyport Blue HC-155 | Benjamin Moore.

Above: Creating a warm and welcoming appeal to this foyer is the colorful vintage Turkish rug. The wainscoting on the walls and along the staircase provides a traditional element to this space.

Above: The walls throughout the entire first level were painted in Silver Satin 856 | Benjamin Moore. The wood flooring is the Alta Vista Hardwood Collection, sourced from Hallmark Floors Hardwoods.

What We Love: This contemporary family home showcases clean lines, simplicity, beauty and plenty of warmth. A soothing color palette is complimented by contemporary furnishings that are grounded by traditional accents and vintage Turkish area rugs. There are plenty of charming details throughout this home, we would not change a thing!

Readers, what are your thoughts? Is there anything you would change in this home? If not, what details do you find inspiring and why? Please share your back in the comments below!

Above: The brown leather ottoman set in front of the living room sectional was sourced from , while the sectional itself is from Room & Board.

Above: The kitchen features white cabinetry with a butcher block countertop on the island and with gray Caesarstone countertops. The perimeter countertops are Raw Concrete—4004 from Caesarstone. The pendant lights illuminating the center island were sourced from Rejuvenation. The counter stools are by John Vogel for .

Above: The backsplash features a fish scale-like navy tile, adding some depth and drama to this white kitchen.

Above: In the powder bathroom, the wallcovering is by Scion and the pattern is called “Tree Circles”. The light fixture was sourced from Schoolhouse Electric.

Above: The charming mudroom showcases brick flooring in an eye-catching herringbone pattern. The taupe brick is from the Capella Collection by MS International. The hooks are from Anthropologie… and just an FYI, they have a lot of amazing hooks and knobs to select from!

Above: At the top of the landing is another vintage rug, infusing the space with warmth and character. The wall color is Silver Satin 856 | Benjamin Moore. The suspended rattan chair offers the perfect spot for either of the homeowner’s two young children to curl up.

Above: The guest bedroom walls are painted in Gray Owl 2137-60 | Benjamin Moore. The bed was sourced from Serena and Lily, while the quilt is from John Robshaw Textiles. The bedside table was sourced from Overstock.

Above: The girl’s bedroom walls are painted in White Dove OC-17 | Benjamin Moore. The adorable bed is the Jenny Lind Kids Furniture Collection from The Land of Nod. While the colorful area rug was sourced from Surya. The settee is from World Market. The woven window shades were sourced from Hunter Douglas.

Above: The Stria Nightstand was sourced from West Elm.

Above: The boy’s bedroom walls are painted in Calm OC-22 | Benjamin Moore. On the ceiling you will find Lucky Star Wallpaper in Rain by Sissy + Marley for Jill Malek.

Above: The kid’s bathroom features a trough-style sink—the Brockway cast iron from Kohler. A feature wall is clad in a ceramic tile that has a wood aesthetic. This adds warmth, with a rustic character. The white wall sconces adds an outdoorsy vibe. Softening the look is the penny floor tiles in an aqua hue.

Photos: Kyle J Caldwell

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I love your post and this house. So many great elements to this house which would make anyone want to live here.

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Thank you Kimberly, we love it too… warm and cozy!