The dream of farmhouse living for the York family began with a plan, a house plan to be exact. Upon deciding to build new, Brittany York was unsure of what she wanted and decided to search the internet for some inspiration. She immediately fell in love with the Sugarberry Cottage house plan available through Southern Living. The 1600-square-foot design of this home is appreciated by many because of its spacious, wrap-around porch, and that's just the beginning.
The layout is simple and efficient and can easily be adapted to suit the needs of the homeowner. Brittany has designed the home with that sought-after, Fixer-Upper style. She incorporates plenty of white walls accented by fresh pops of color and rustic furnishings.
One aspect of the home that strays a little from the norm is its concrete floors. However, Brittany insists that they are ideal -- they hold up to the wear-and-tear of her two growing boys. Once you view the gorgeous pictures below, taken from Brittany's Instagram feed, you are certain to fall in love and become a follower.
This newly-built farmhouse features a wraparound porch accented by black shutters and a cheery blue door. And isn't that chicken sweater just adorable?
The custom metal sign proudly displays the name, Yorktown Farm, of this fledgling farmhouse.
White subway tile, from countertop to ceiling, creates a classic backdrop for rows of open shelves and charming decor.
This unusual metal pot rack acts as a frame for the vintage 1940s stove in the back wall.
A reclaimed church pew and metal and wood chairs provide an eclectic selection of seating around a large, wood-slab table.
Brittany's selection of gorgeous pillows proves that plaid and floral can go together.
The boys' bedroom contains matching twin beds, graphic wall accents and play-friendly carpet.
This shot of the main living area showcases the slick, concrete floors that cover that first floor.
Soft gray textiles, on the bed and around the windows, juxtapose beautifully against the hard concrete floors beneath.
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