Pratt Home Builders – Southern Character

Everything old is new again – and this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home in Apison’s Magnolia Farms skillfully captures today’s most popular design trends, including modern farmhouse, rustic charm, and classic elegance. The outside of the house offers curb appeal with its wooden posts, board and batten siding, and gabled peaks featuring decorative trusses, while inside, there is no shortage of visually striking textures and patterns. The kitchen and living area are an open concept with abundant windows, allowing natural light to brighten the space throughout the day. The living room’s focal point is a welcoming fireplace, where natural wood tones and brick provide subtle contrast to the classic, vintage style of the kitchen’s beautiful white cabinets. Here, traditional details intermingle with on-trend elements like floating shelves to create a functional, chic room.

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