Venatino and Vino

Modern architecture and farmhouse stylings come together to create this one of a kind home in Oregon’s wine country. The clients wished “to create a modern house that fit into the rural landscape”, says building designer Matthew O. Daby from m.o.daby design. The result is a bright and open layout with rustic elements that celebrate the abundant natural surroundings.

The lofty kitchen area features a large island with seating for three, grey shaker cabinets and PentalQuartz countertops in Venatino. Built-in appliances and minimalist silver bin pulls keep the design sleek and modern. A backsplash laid in a playful chevron pattern creates an eye-catching installation above the Wolf Range. For a similar look try the Arrow ceramic tile line from Pental Surfaces.

The kitchen, dining and living rooms are connected to create a main living space that embraces indoor/outdoor living with glass doors on all sides. A statement chandelier from Restoration Hardware elevates the rustic décor and brings black metal detailing into the palette. Doug Fir trims and hardwood floors take natural wood tones through the main living areas and into each room of the house.

In the master bathroom, Venatino PentalQuartz is echoed on the double vanity. Small white and black hex tile mosaics and beveled white subway tiles add texture to the floors, shower and backsplash. A touch of reclaimed wood on the tub surround and barn-inspired sconces from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply polish off the design with farmhouse charm.

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Photography by Erin Riddle of KLIK Concepts