Texas Farmhouse has modern and classic features

This Texas Farmhouse is based on old-fashioned designs of homes built with aluminum panels. This relatively beautiful variant adds a splash of modernity that makes the house more comfortable but lets it keep its old-world charm. The board and batten aesthetic spills over to other pieces of the house -- features like the rain gutters are built from materials that would see at home on a rural farm.  
The rear of the house features its Farmhouse-style porch. Because this house is built for the Texan heat, the yard features a large outdoor living section featuring a pebble pond and seating area.
Note the industrial-style rain gutter and pebble walkway.
The Farmhouse-styling finds its way inside the house, too. These sliding barn-style doors separate the hallway from the office. 
The kitchen exemplifies classic, timeless beauty. A large center island serves as a casual dining space. 
The bathroom, like the kitchen, focuses on timeless designs and color schemes. Black and white never go out of style!
There's even a farm-inspired wooden fence that separates the estate from the street. 
The Farmhouse was created by Olsen Studios, and more photos of the building can be found on their website. 
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