Hidden Prairie FarmCountry Bathroom
This 3200 square foot home features a maintenance free exterior of LP Smartside, corrugated aluminum roofing, and native prairie landscaping. The design of the structure is intended to mimic the architectural lines of classic farm buildings. The outdoor living areas are as important to this home as the interior spaces; covered and exposed porches, field stone patios and an enclosed screen porch all offer expansive views of the surrounding meadow and tree line.
The home’s interior combines rustic timbers and soaring spaces which would have traditionally been reserved for the barn and outbuildings, with classic finishes customarily found in the family homestead. Walls of windows and cathedral ceilings invite the outdoors in. Locally sourced reclaimed posts and beams, wide plank white oak flooring and a Door County fieldstone fireplace juxtapose with classic white cabinetry and millwork, tongue and groove wainscoting and a color palate of softened paint hues, tiles and fabrics to create a completely unique Door County homestead.
Mitch Wise Design, Inc.
Richard Steinberger Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Being consistent with timber detailing can ensure the space feels more relaxing and natural.
The powder roomRemember to create a lovely space for guests to freshen up. Nobody wants to see how people ‘really’ live at a party, so put away the kids’ bath toys, get out the Missoni bath towels, and give the bathroom a good wipe over. Fold up a few hand towels, so guests aren’t forced to dry their hands on your damp ones, and invest in a beautifully scented hand wash. In keeping with the theme of the party, put a lamp in the bathroom and hang a few fairy lights around the window. And, make sure you have plenty of toilet paper on hand.Declutter Your Outdoors in Time for Party Season