Have you seen this one floating around the interwebs? Uh. Mah. GAH. This farmhouse is everything. We’ve established that I have a thing for white farmhouses. But what is it about this one that slays me so entirely? Is it the wraparound front porch stuffed with rockers? Is it the red front doors? Is it the modern planters gathered on the stoop? YES. But also? Just wait until you see inside.
This home, this brilliant blend of historical and modern farmhouse style, is the bucolic brainchild of the multi-talented Mr. Cooper Boone (do you follow him on Facebook and Instagram? Do it. Do it now). It is an immaculately restored and updated 1866 German-American boarding house in the Catskills. And guess what? You can rent it for your next vacation. Or fabulous farm wedding. I’m so in. Who’s coming with me???
But yes–let’s snoop around a bit inside, shall we?
The entryway is all sorts of farmhouse goodness–but that vintage seed rack? Come on! COME. ON. I love it so much.
The open-concept kitchen and family room is a glorious blend of collected vintage and modern farmhouse style.
So is the lovely, bright dining room:
There are six beautiful bedrooms at Cooper’s Farmhouse, and they all go a little something like this:
And then there’s the bathrooms…good God, the bathrooms:
And in case all of this hasn’t already roped you in…there’s a barn. A gorgeous, renovated, historic red barn. With built-in bar and lounge, just waiting to celebrate.
Remember how, in my old life, I was a floral event designer? Yeah. Where was this when I needed it?!!
Per. fec. tion.
Also…just FYI: there is a chicken coop. Off the barn. Complete with chickens. So you get farm fresh eggs during your stay. I mean…
I’ll leave you with one last daydreamy shot of this happy place:
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Cheers to beautiful farmhouses.