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Archive for July 2017

Design Tip #9

Design Tip #9 to create the Modern Farmhouse Style – old farmhouse interiors are often dark and divided into several small rooms. For a modern take, remove walls and add room dividing beams. Stop by our showroom located in historic Purcellville, Virginia in Loudoun County to chat about opening up spaces. #shenandoahfarmtables #reclaimedwoodbeams#modernfarmhousestyle #reclaimedwood#farmhouse #wedesign #weinstall — at Shenandoah Furniture…

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Design Tip #8

Design Tip #8 to create your Modern Farmhouse Style – give a mostly white kitchen a personality punch with a mix of metals, warm aged brass, cool stainless steel and textures – wood beams and floors, shiplapped walls and a subway tile backsplash.  #shenandoahfarmtables#modernfarmhousestyle #farmhousetables#farmhousefloors #farmhousepaneling #farmhousekitchens #reclaimedwood#repurposedwood #barnwood #shipplappedpaneling#reclaimedwoodcountertops #wedesign #weinstall

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Design Tip #7

Design Tip #7 to create the Modern Farmhouse Style is when decorating with wood, keep it subtle. Strike a balance between warmth and roughness with textures like soft linen and sleek metals to contrast with the rough wood. #shenandoahfarmtables #reclaimedwood#modernfarmhousestyle #farmhouse#salvagedwood #repurposedwood #weinstall#wedesign — at Shenandoah Furniture Gallery, LLC.

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Design Tip #6

Design Tip #6 to create the Modern Farmhouse Style is to put the architecture on display – exposed joinery or craftsmanship makes a room visually more interesting and gives it a soulful honesty. Keeping it natural also adds warmth, especially in a open space. Stop by the showroom located in historic Purcellville, Virginia in Loudoun…

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Design Tip #5

Design Tip #5 to create the modern farmhouse style is to rethink the original purpose or design when you put old pieces to work for your space. For example, turn narrow shutters into cabinet doors or this old cobblers bench into a bar countertop. #shenandoahfarmtables #oldandnew#modernfarmhousestyle #cobblersbench#reusedshutters #reclaimedwood #barnwood#wedesign #retrofit #weinstall — at Shenandoah Furniture Gallery, LLC.

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Design Tip #3

Design Tip #3 to create the Modern Farmhouse Style: Rethink the layout. Get creative with your space and how you want to use it. it doesn’t have to be conventional if it’s functional for you. We have the ability to layout a completely different look for you with our Chief Architect Software. Stop by our…

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Design Tip #4

Design Tip #4 to create a Modern Farmhouse Style is to “Embrace Patina.” Anything pristine tends not to work. You need to be at peace with the distressed items. Shenandoah Furniture Gallery has all the original patinaed lumber to add that touch of old to your new. Stop by our showroom located in historic Purcellville,…

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Design Tip #2

Design Tip #2 to make a farmhouse styled home feel more modern is to add some “bling.” Whether it’s in the hardware, the lighting fixtures, the faucets or the wall color, buffing a bit of high gloss will give a space a modern feel. Stop by our showroom located in historic Purcellville, Virginia in Loudoun…

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Design Tip #1

Design tip #1 to bring a touch of farmhouse style to your home is to mix genres. Do not stay true to one aesthetic (especially if it’s country) or you will date your home immediately. The key to a classic, modern but not dated space is to mix styles and provenance in your design choices.…

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Reclaimed Closet Doors

A creative way to bring rustic charm into your new home is to replace the “louvered closet doors” with reclaimed wood doors. This architectural detail can give a room the character of an old home. Though new homes offer the modern conveniences and typically have more efficient infrastructures, they lack the details that make older…

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