I discovered Lucy Rose of Birdie Farm on Instagram and fell in love with her newly built Colorado farmhouse.
“I love how the open floor plan still feels cozy and homey! My husband and I love everything vintage and antique, and have many family heirlooms that make our house feel like a home.” says Lucy Rose.
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The new house feels like it’s been here for 100 years.
The idea for the kitchen was to make it look like a bunch of found pieces, instead of built ins.
I love the natural wood mixed with painted lower cabinets.
The square wood siding is distressed to look reclaimed.
Reclaimed oak floors warm up the home.
A vintage daybed is the perfect place to take in the mountain views.
Love this idea of hanging mirrors from the ceiling if you’re limited on wall space or don’t want to block the view.
An old galvanized bucket makes the perfect sink and pairs perfectly with plumbing hardware sconces.
How cool are these metal shower walls in the kids bathroom.
I could stare at these pics till the cows come home.
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