Whew! Did you think I was never coming back?! It’s been so long since I have posted. Between moving, building our house, and summer – our days have been pretty full, as I’m yours have too, but life is good.
Also, did you notice the site is a little different? Tony from Evanpar Solutions did a great job redesigning and making some changes, along with cleaning up FPC. I love how it turned out and hope it’s a little more user friendly!
A few weeks ago I traveled down to Utah with my Mom to visit some family and we were able to tour the Utah Valley Parade of Homes, one of my favorite summer traditions. We ate some amazing food, enjoyed beautiful weather, shared lots of opinions on the homes we toured (good and bad – some were pretty crazy, but so many pretty ones too), and then went to the most amazing house, the LDS temple in Provo, that reminded me that these homes are beautiful and amazing, but what really matters is the people that are in them. It was a great week.
The first home we went to was a modern farmhouse that was adorable, especially if you love that type of decor and style. I loved the simplicity of it, especially the paint color scheme. I love spaces with a good neutral color and accent colors throughout on the doors and cabinets which this house did so well. So with that being said, here are a few pictures of the Fox Follow Farmhouse…
Exterior and floor plans by Utah Valley Parade of Homes(all paint color sources are at the bottom of the post)
Aren’t these blue built-ins so pretty? I love the color and the way they were styled. Simple and beautiful.
Another shot of the great room.
I hope you enjoyed the tour…here are the paint colors below along with a color whole house color palette. If you have any questions let me know!
Main color: Silent White by Behr
Office: Hale Navy trim (3rd color down on right)
Pantry door: Dorian Gray by Sherwin-Williams (first color top right)
Stairs: Trout Grey by Benjamin Moore (shiplap – 2nd color down on right)
Craft room cabinets: Off Black by Farrow and Ball (last color on right)
Great Room cabinets: Trout Grey by Benjamin Moore (2nd color down on right)