This Bright Houston Home Nails Modern Farmhouse Style — House Tour

Name: Keely Mann
Location: The Woodlands — just outside of Houston, Texas
Size: 3,500 square feet
Years lived in: 3 years, owned

Keely Mann, her husband, and small children moved to Houston from California over a decade ago. After adding two more kids to the mix (for a total of four!), The Manns were in need of a larger home. They settled in The Woodlands, Texas, a large suburb outside of the Houston City Limits, which gets its name from its sprawling forests. Even with the beautiful tree-lined streets and larger homes, many of the builder-grade features the homes come equipped with leave a lot to be desired. But Keely’s keen sense of interior design and creativity mixed with her husband’s ability to do almost any project himself meant that this home was a blank canvas.

Keely has slowly made changes to each room of the house over the past three years (they are currently in the process of remodeling the master bath), tackling one room or feature at a time. With an arsenal of beautiful rugs, chairs, throw pillows, and built-in shelving, Keely is able to mix and match each room to create a personality of its own while still remaining cohesive in style throughout the home. Her smart use of space also helps with what can be viewed as “too much” space in a room that’s common in bigger homes—the flex space in the upstairs game room is an especially nice touch!

Apartment Therapy Survey:

My Style: Eclectic modern farmhouse… is that a thing? If not, can we make it a thing?

Inspiration: Leanne Ford, Amber Interiors, Studio McGee and so many more!

Favorite Element: Plants.

Biggest Challenge: Open living spaces… I’m better with smaller spaces.

What Friends Say: Still waiting on that one!

Proudest DIY: The shiplap built-in my husband built… he brought my vision to life! He’s working on the master bathroom which might beat the wall… we’ll see!

Biggest Indulgence: Rugs. I’m obsessed.

Best Advice: Your home should reflect you…not what everyone else is doing. YOU.

Dream Sources: Anthropologie, Amber Interiors, Mcgee and Co. , Cafe Appliances, Restoration Hardware, Rejuvenation

Resources:

Pure White by Sherwin Williams. We’ve used it everywhere!

LIVING ROOM
Green Chair — Article
White Couch — Joss and Main
Rug — Rugs USA
End tables — Target
Lamp — Article

UPSTAIRS GAME ROOM
Couch — Article
Coffee tables — World Market
Rug — Rugs USA
Bookcases — Ikea
Chair — Sauder USA
TV stand — Sauder USA
Art — World Market

DINING ROOM
Dining Table — Bassett Furniture
Benches — Bassett Furniture
Chairs — Bassett Furniture
Console — Bassett Furniture
Basket Pendant Light — Heaven’s Gate Home and Garden

KITCHEN
Kitchen Table — Pottery Barn|
Chairs — Inmod
Pendant — Article
Rug — World Market

MASTER BEDROOM
Bed — Overstock
Dresser — Ikea
Black Bench — World Market
Bedding — Boll and Branch
Throw and Pillow — Winnoby
Rug — Kaya Kilims

EMME’S BEDROOM
Wallpaper — Anthropologie
Bed — Wayfair
Bedding — CStudio Home
Rug — World Market|
Dressers — Ikea
Mirrors — Target

EDYN’S BEDROOM
Bed — Wayfair
Chair — World Market
Rug — World Market
Floor Pillow — World Market
Bedding — Amazon
Throw blanket — Target
Pendant — Ikea
Sconces — Urban Outfitters
End Tables — Target

KINGSTON’S BEDROOM
Bed — Ikea
Rug — Rugs USA
Book Shelves — Ikea
Wallpaper — Anthropologie

BATHROOM
Vanity — Ikea
Rug — Rebecca and Genevieve
Mirror — Wayfair

Thanks, Keely!


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