Cross the door of this farmhouse: The interior redefines the meaning of country luxury

At the end of a long, winding driveway in rural Minnesota sits Meadow Farmhouse. While this family farmhouse came to fruition only a year ago, it gives the impression of a home that has seen many generations. Custom details, not often seen in new homes, like the window wall surrounding the fireplace, a copper clad range and 9-foot ceilings take consideration of the features often seen in century-old homes. 
Laura Murphy and her carpenter husband have lovingly built this home from the ground up.  With their two children in tow, they underwent a hectic move to begin fresh in this out-of-the-way sanctuary. Laura is a fan of the ever-popular rustic farmhouse trend and has adapted it to suit the needs of her family and her personal style.
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  Each room contains a neutral background accented by beautiful architectural details and carefully selected furniture.
A collection of flowers and cattails from the outdoors greats an inviting splash of color to this front porch.
A rustic rangehood, clad in copper, takes center stage in this all-white kitchen.
The dining table is accented by a unique, wire-framed chandelier that provides ambience for evening meals.
Neutral furnishings and soft window coverings allow the unique architecture of this living room to speak for itself.
Rather than introduce a large piece of artwork, Laura and her husband installed this gray shiplap accent above the head of the bed.
A unique, trundle bed installation makes hosting sleepovers a breeze.
The copper theme continues into the laundry room with a copper-clad sink accented by gray and white ticking.  Simply gorgeous!
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