This traditional farmhouse in Hudsonville, Michigan highlights the beauty of traditional design in a setting made more charming by this home.
Farm-to-table is the adage these retirees are wholeheartedly committing to with the build of their classic farmhouse. This isn’t just a farmhouse in the design sense of the term- this is a living, breathing, farm where food is grown with loving care.
Growing and enjoying their own food means this traditional farmhouse kitchen is used all day long. Its spacious custom blue painted island with quartz countertop from Mont Surfaces in “Nobility” is the perfect place for cleaning just picked produce. The professional dual fuel range from Thermador offers cooking capacity for multiple dishes at once. Perimeter cabinets from Grabill Cabinets in their Olde Towne door style and Glacier paint finish offer ample storage for kitchen tools. The coffee bar and butlers pantry continue the custom blue paint and Glacier white cabinetry from Grabill Cabinets.
This spacious traditional farmhouse home boasts six bathrooms. The two shown in this gallery are certainly showstoppers. The white master bathroom features cabinets from Grabill Cabinets in their Olde Towne door style and a custom paint match. The lower level bath echoes the custom stain glaze on walnut seen in the lower level bar on Grabill Cabinet’s Louver door style.
Builder: Doug Sumner Builders
Architect: Visbeen Architects
Interior Design: Lynn Hollander Design
Kitchen and Cabinetry Design: TruKitchens
Photography: Ashley Avila Photography