Professional Modern Farmhouse Interior Designer
Do you love all that is comfy, cozy, and natural? Do you hate designs that feel a little too rustic and dirty, but love that old-world, all-natural feel? Try the Modern Farmhouse design style on for size! The Swat Design Team – Decorating Den Interiors makes it easy to work the clean lines and refurbished materials commonly found in modern barn house style into your interior decor. With our many years of expertise and a huge variety of materials, The Swat Design Team make it easy to welcome the modern farmhouse style into your home.
Your home should be a reflection of who you are as a unique individual. Modern farmhouse decor helps you achieve that uniqueness by incorporating reclaimed or refurbished materials into one-of-a-kind pieces your friends, family, and neighbors won’t have featured in their homes.
- Wood. Wood is a major component in farmhouse design. Whether it’s wooden wall panels, hardwood floors, or exposed ceiling beams, the appearance of wood amplifies all that is warm and welcoming in modern farmhouse design.
- Fabric. Elements found in nature like stone, wood, leather, and linen, are utilized to give that comfortable, natural feel.
- Accents. Barn doors are an extremely popular accent that homeowners want to feature in their farmhouse design. Install them as sliding doors to create room dividers. Other accessories in fabrics like burlap and striped or checkered patterns make for great accessories that will give your home the feel of an old farmhouse.
- Color. There isn’t a ton of color used throughout barn house design. Think light neutrals like white, linen, cream, and beige.
Contact us at (636) 244-1623 today to learn more about how you can work the warm and comfortable simplicity of modern farmhouse design into your home.
The SWAT Design Team for Decorating Den Interiors Proudly Serves St. Louis, and St. Charles Counties including: Chesterfield, Town and Country, Des Peres, Creve Coeur, Maryland Heights, Wildwood, Ballwin, Manchester, Ladue, Clayton, Frontenac, O’Fallon, Cottleville, Dardenne Prairie, Defiance, Wentzville, Brentwood, and Lake St. Louis