View this beautiful colonial home decorated in a rustic farmhouse style

You can imagine that the home behind the 'Somewhere on Main' Instagram account is bustling on any given day.  In this 1908 Colonial home reside Karen, the voice behind 'Somewhere on Main', her husband, four children, and two labs.  In addition, they also rescue and foster labs when there is a need. However, despite the busyness of life, Karen has designed a home that is immediately welcoming and also restful.  The soft neutral color palette and rustic farmhouse style really create an atmosphere that is calm and does not overwhelm the senses.  In addition, each room has been filled with plenty of soft, textural fabrics that call out to be rested upon.  
Karen has been selective with her decorating choices which allow the classic architecture of the home to speak for itself.  When a home has great bones like this one it doesn't need much to really make it shine.
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The entrance of the home features many beautiful architectural details like the original hardwood floors, white trim and a curved banister.

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This baby grand piano was a special find on Craigslist but appears as though it was made for this space.

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Whether spring or winter, this room is bound to draw in family and friends for a relaxing cup of coffee and conversation.

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The all-white kitchen remains light and airy with minimal decor, simple cabinetry and large window.

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A spacious farmhouse table and coordinating chairs makes hosting family and friends a breeze.

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One side of the family/games room features a comfortable sectional offset by a reclaimed wood crate that serves as a coffee table.

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At the other end of the family/games room is a large table, handcrafted by Karen's husband, designed for games and conversation.

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This girl's room remains fresh and up-to-date with neutral decor and a few simple, aqua accents.

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