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3 Farmhouse-Style Homes We Absolutely Love



Farmhouse style is more than a home-design trend; it's a lifestyle. Perhaps born of the minimalist movement, the approach exudes comfy, cozy, Old-World charm and a feeling of connection with nature and history. Reclaimed materials, oversized furnishings, large windows for pools of natural light—farmhouse style both evokes feelings of retreat from the outdoors and invites the outdoors in.

These three breezy Colorado farmhouses epitomize the style, with touches of contemporary, modern and coastal flair.

A Contemporary Farmhouse With Coastal Style:

PHOTOS David Patterson
ARCHITECTURE Laurence G. Cohen, AIA, LGC Architect  
CONSTRUCTION Tucker Hollander, Craigston, LLC
SEE MORE: A Contemporary Farmhouse With Coastal Style

A Spacious, Modern Farmhouse in Denver:

PHOTOS Kimberly Gavin
ARCHITECTURE Dale Hubbard and Chad Willis, Surround Architecture
SEE MORE: A Spacious Modern, Farmhouse in Denver

When Colorado Meets Connecticut:

PHOTOS Gibeon Photography
ARCHITECTURE Doug Rager, P.C.
INTERIOR DESIGN Kam Davies, Davies Design Group 
BUILDER Max Filiss, Divide Creek Builders
SEE MORE: When Colorado Meets Connecticut

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