Neutral Modern Farmhouse, Our Home Style

We are so excited to be taking part in the My Home Style Blog Hop, hosted by Casa Watkins! (Thanks for including us, Stephanie!) There are 20 bloggers total, so that means a lot of fun different home styles and inspiration to check out. If you haven’t seen all of the home styles, we recommend starting at the beginning and click through them all. So many awesome spaces! If you are coming over from visiting Carrie’s vintage and modern home at Lovely Etc., WELCOME!
Our Home Style

Sources – 1. Black Chandelier, 2. Black & White Ticking Pillow, 3. Cross Back Chair, 4. Gray Throw Pillow, 5. Moss Ball, 6. Eivor Throw, 7. Printable Letters, 8. Square Basket, 9. Vintage Olive Bucket

If you are new to Elizabeth Joan Designs, welcome to you too! We are Erin and Emily, two sisters who have a passion for DIY and creativity. We love to remodel, refurbish, and up-cycle. Plus, we both have a very similar decorating style which we would describe as Neutral Modern Farmhouse. We love to keep things simple and have a repurposed and comfortable look. Kind of classic meets contemporary.

Erin’s House
Neutral Dining Room Farmhouse

Neutral

Both Emily and I enjoy using neutral decor and furniture in our homes. Whites, grays, blacks, creams, and natural wood tones make up the majority of the items we own.

Emily’s House
Whitewashed Brick Fireplace

Some people may find that boring, but we think that all of the neutrals in our homes gives us a sense of calm, since we both have some rambunctious, but fun, little kids in our lives.

Erin’s House
Neutral Living Room

Neutrals also work well for our fickle decorating minds. It is easy to switch things out to another room and we can easily add pops of color or pattern in with accessories if we ever get the urge for variation.

Erin’s House
Modern Farmhouse Bedroom

Modern

As much as we love a cozy a home, we also enjoy adding modern elements to change things up, but also add a little structure.

Emily’s House
Paint Dipped Vintage Desk

Contemporary lines and patterns mix easily with our simple neutral decor and still allow the rooms to remain inviting and warm.

Erin’s House
Neutral Open Shelves Kitchen

Farmhouse

One of the strongest design styles in our homes is the Farmhouse style. It is kind of a mix of cottage and industrial with it’s warm woods, painted refinished furniture pieces, and metal structures. We really enjoy that re purposed nostalgic feel that antiques can add to take you back to a simpler time. Eventually, we would love to add in some plank walls and maybe a sliding barn door or two!

Emily’s House
Painted Open Buffet Table

Thanks so much for stopping by to check out our home style today! We hope you enjoyed a peek into our homes and the styles that make us happy. To see more, browse our project gallery or follow us on Instagram (Erin’s Instagram/Emily’s Instagram). Now it’s time to hop on over to Pretty Practical Home, to meet Sharon and check out her classic, colorful and curated style! When you are finished there, make sure to continue on and check out all of the other amazing particpants!

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20 thoughts on “Neutral Modern Farmhouse, Our Home Style

  1. Sharon

    Hi, Erin and Emily! First of all, I love that you are sisters who blog together. Second, I spotted several of my IKEA loves in your homes. IKEA really does work with just about every decorating style. Your homes are lovely and I enjoyed hopping with you today!

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  2. Iris Nacole

    I love y’all’s style! You are both so lucky to have someone to share that with in your life. I don’t have many people even interested in decor that live around me, but luckily this online community fills that void. Thank y’all for sharing!

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