Monday, December 17, 2018

Inside a chic and rustic Vermont farmhouse during the holidays!


This 1920s Vermont farmhouse is given a makeover by Houston designer Cathy Chapman and Burlington, a Vermont-based architecture firm TruexCullins for a Texas couple. Updated with local stone, reclaimed materials and a soft palette, this Vermont home is transformed into a cozy retreat. Let's check it out!














Photo credit: Annie Schlecter

Such a beautifully dressed holiday home, don't you think? A great blend of rustic elements and luxurious touches, this cabin feels effortlessly fresh, elegant and inviting. Christmas decor was kept to a minimum yet festive enough for the holidays. The bright and airy kitchen and the stone walls are particularly my favorite! I am truly inspired by this charming farmhouse, how about you, my lovelies? Are you a fan of his rustic chic decorating approach as well? What are your thoughts?

4 comments:

  1. Wow, what a fantastic farmhouse! I also love the kitchen. The surprise is the elegant mural in the dining room.
    Jessie this is truly a winner

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  2. Unusual, stylish and beautiful. Great find!

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  3. Stunningly beautiful! Would have loved to see the exterior also.

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  4. Stunningly gorgeous! Would have loved to see the exterior also.

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