Our Modern Farmhouse (Sources!)

by Becky
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After many years of dreaming and saving up, we finally built our dream home. Doing a custom built modern farmhouse home is both stressful and exciting. It took a lot of planning and so many decisions to make it all happen. This blog post accompanies our full home tour found HERE.

Overall, I’m so happy with how everything thing turned out! For our home plans, dimensions and square footage, check out THIS BLOG POST.

We are still in the midst of doing finishes and decorating. It’s easy to add on those things after the build is finished, and was more important to me to have shell of the home as we needed and use the budget for that.

Everything else I planned, like wallpaper, shiplap, and additional furniture will come in the future and be paid for as we save up for it!

All windows are Windsor Classic Vinyl in Black

Wall paint- Benjamin Moore White Dove in Matte

Wall Trim – Benjamin Moore White Dove in Semi-Gloss

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Dining Room

Dining Room Sources

Kitchen Table- Custom built welded base, custom solid white oak top

Dining Chairs

Dining Chair Cushions- No longer available

Curtains (50×120) 2 panels per side of each window


Living Room

Living Room Sources

Cabinet Color- Benjamin Moore, Ballet White, Satin

Island Color- Benjamin Moore Advance, Rocky Coast, Satin Finish


Navy Striped Pillow

Multicolor Pattern Pillow

Velvet Pillow, Cognac

Blue and White Pattern Pillow


Bookcase Lighting

Mirror- Custom 24×36

Rug 9×12


farmhouse kitchen

Kitchen Sources

Wall color- Benjamin Moore White dove in Matte

Cabinet Color- Benjamin Moore Ballet White in Satin

Countertops- Quartzite

Island was a full slab of quartzite. 10ft x 5.5ft, Distance between island and counters, 5 ft.

Glass Canisters

Lamp on counters

Farmhouse Sink (I will link soon, when website reopens)


Faucet Stopper/ Flange

Cabinet Knobs

Cabinet Pulls

Pendants over Island




Mudroom Sources

We have several freezers, we bought them HERE, and HERE.

Cabinet Color-Benjamin Moore Ballet White Satin

Water fountain

Homeschool Room/Office

Homeschool Room/ Office

Paint Color Benjamin Moore Essex Green


Laundry Room

Laundry Room Sources


Countertops are honed quartzite

Hanging Rack

Powder Room

Powder Room Sources


Cabinet Color Benjamin Moore Cushing Green


Cabinet Knobs

Primary Bedroom

Primary Bedroom Sources

White quilt, custom by my Mom

Wall color- Benjamin Moore Vintage Vogue in Matte

Blue/gray quilt

Gray Pillows- No longer sold

Botanical lumbar pillow



Primary Bathroom

Primary Bathroom Sources



Cabinets are white oak, coated in Osmo

Shower Faucets

Sink Faucets

Soaker Tub

Boys Bathroom Sources


Cabinet Color Benjamin Moore, Semi-Gloss, Cushing Green


Boys Bedrooms

Boys Bedroom Sources

Boys Bedding- same pattern is no longer sold, but you can find similar HERE

Bunk Bed- custom


Hippity Hoppity Sign

Live Chicken- Not for sale 🙂 Chicken Diapers so you can bring your chicken indoors can be found HERE.

Girls Bedroom


Quilt- custom by my Mom

Curtains (50×108) I got two panels per side

Doll house- custom built by Cam

Girls Bathroom

Cabinet Knobs

Cabinet Color Benjamin Moore Advance Revere Pewter


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Christie January 15, 2023 - 11:55 am

Your house is stunning and you did a wonderful job with the layout. I also have serious pantry envy! Do you have the source for your ovens? I think putting the two next to each other was such a great idea!

theseasonalhomestead January 17, 2023 - 6:18 am

They are GE Cafe Ranges, one electric, one induction cooktop. We got them from a place locally called Metro Appliances. It’s interesting though, I’ve gone back and checked and they no longer sell that same range with induction, you can only find it for gas or electric now. I got the brushed bronze handles to go with it, they are sold separately because the provided color combo is Black/stainless steel handles.

If you get the white oven it comes with the brushed bronze handles and knobs. Here is a link to it at Home Depot https://rstyle.me/+4g_n-JmITvmB9HyIJ_XaWw – although, it seems to be out of stock there too! Bummer!

Erin January 16, 2023 - 1:22 pm

Do you like your washer and dryer? If so, could you share what you have? We are on a well…with 3 boys…and I can’t get anything clean! Have you found detergent you like??

theseasonalhomestead January 17, 2023 - 5:57 am

Honestly, they are just ok. They are Whirlpool and we’ve had them for the last 12 years! If they stop working I am going back to a top loading machine with an agitator. The front loading ones I have don’t use enough water to get clothes really clean. I don’t have a detergent that I love either, so sorry! I feel like this is such a lame answer 🙂 We do a liquid detergent plus a big scoop of Oxyclean for each load and it helps a ton to get things more clean and smelling better.

Suzanna January 19, 2023 - 8:09 pm

Beautiful home! Thank you for all of the details and pics. I am in the planning process for a similar ranch style home in Massachusetts and seeing beautiful examples is great inspiration. All of the decisions needed can be so daunting. Well done to you and your husband!

theseasonalhomestead January 19, 2023 - 10:35 pm

Thank you!

Carol January 25, 2023 - 4:08 am

Love your blog. I was wondering during what the color of the kitchen island is and what tile was used in the girl’s bathroom? Thanks!

theseasonalhomestead January 26, 2023 - 1:36 am

Island Color- Benjamin Moore Advance, Rocky Coast, Satin Finish.

The tile is from Flooring America. It didn’t have a brand attached as far as I know but on our receipt it says “Octagon & Dot Field Tile White 2×2 Mounted 12×12.” Hope that helps!

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Nicole January 16, 2024 - 8:06 pm

I love your home and it inspired us to build our own home with a similar layout to yours. We are currently researching a soaker tub for the master bath. Yours looks to be exactly what we are looking for. Would you be able to share the brand please? Thanks!

theseasonalhomestead January 18, 2024 - 8:54 pm

Sure! I’ll link it here

Addie February 17, 2024 - 3:30 pm

Hello, just found your website. You are amazing. I’m so curious as to why you chose one induction and one electric range. What were the benefits? My husband and I are currently planning our build and your side by side range option you came up with is brilliant!

Becky February 18, 2024 - 2:08 am

Aw thanks! We did both because of the flexibility and cost. Induction is more expensive, electric was more affordable. Some pans don’t work on induction. My pressure canner is aluminum and only works on an electric cooktop. But I love induction because it is super fast to heat up and works great with stainless steel, carbon steel, and cast iron pans. I think it may heat faster than an open flame! Also if you have a glass cooktop and induction it is so easy to clean and doesn’t heat anything unless the pan is there so it’s more safe if you have kids around.

Nicole March 21, 2024 - 1:31 pm

We love your idea of doing 2 normal sized ranges side by side and are doing the same for our new build! Do you remember what brand of range hood vent you used? We found one but to get the same look above it as yours we need it to be less deep. There don’t seem to be very many options for that wide and also needing it to be narrow. Thanks!


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