Today’s Feature Friday is yet another new blogger that I met on Instagram, Janna from Yellow Prairie Interiors. She lives in Oregon with her hubby and 2 children an finally realized her dream of becoming an interior designer and now she designs for others as well as herself. She and her husband built a new home in 2014 and have enjoyed giving it character and charm with their own personal touches.
In Janna’s own words from her blog:
Turning a newly constructed home into a modern farmhouse has been so much fun. There’s just something about chippy paint and old stuff salvaged from a barn that gets me every time. Rustic/reclaimed wood, old galvanized buckets, antiques from Grandma’s house…yes. But then, hold that up against the new, fresh, and modern? That, my friends, is a lovely mix. The convenience of today mixed with a big old dose of farm-girl charm. Home sweet home.
Janna’s done a wonderful job with this house, decorated in the popular lighter gray tones, it’s gorgeous and so well put together. I know many of you love color, but enjoy the tour! Lots of inspiration in this new build.
Coming in the front door, a chippy cabinet awaits.
Love the striped walls and board and batten in this space.
Janna grew up on an apple farm in Oregon and loves farmhouse style.
I love her decor and how she’s put it all together, with texture and soft tones.
Beautiful spaces with family pictures.
I really love how open the family room is to the kitchen. What a beautiful kitchen!
White kitchens are still my favorite.
Those floors are beautiful too. I love an open concept house.
Those Shaker style cabinets are perfection.
From upstairs looking down. Love the Farmer’s Market sign.
The laundry room is spacious and pretty too.
More board and batten in a bathroom.
I think this is the daughter’s room.
And the master, I’m thinking is this one.
What a beautiful home that Janna has created. I hope you’ll go over and check out Yellow Prairie Interiors. It’s so homey and comfortable and Janna is a sweet lady! Check out her Christmas decor too, it’s gorgeous!