Floortex Design’s Interior Designer, Elizabeth Morgan Albert, stepped into this 1960s Sonoma County home, and she immediately knew what to do. Elizabeth wanted to keep the rustic look, so she embraced the original hardwood floors and worked in layers to bring her vision to life.
The acacia wood and knotty pine add to the farmhouse charm. The kitchen cabinets were removed and replaced with smooth white countertops for a modern twist. The upper cabinetry, that hung over the kitchen countertops, were removed – giving the illusion of a larger kitchen.
Elizabeth used white subway tiles as a backsplash in the kitchen. This addition added a clean and classic look perfectly blended with pinewood cabinetry and the twelve-panel windows.
A natural jute rug lies over the original stained hardwood floors and anchors all the pieces on top, resulting in a well-balanced room.
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