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Lay of the Land

A Virginia home transforms from colonial to farmhouse, taking its cues from the land and the family who calls it home.
This area was previously a laundry/utility room, but it now functions as the family’s main entry and as a transition to the new master suite addition. Custom cabinets with both open and closed storage are great for storing school, sports and farm gear. “The cabinets feature a shiplap back face with wood accents to warm up the otherwise cool palette,” Jennifer says.

The relationship between home and land is an important one—particularly for this Rockville, Virginia, home belonging to Mary Beth and JT Grier. The couple wanted to give their 1997 colonial a modern farmhouse renovation, and they turned to designer Jennifer Radakovic of Jennifer Radakovic Design to transform their home. “They have chickens, goats, horses, cats and other animals, and were drawn to the modern farmhouse style to match their actual small farm,” Jennifer says. It’s an instance of art paralleling life, and the two meshed beautifully, resulting in a farmhouse-style renovation that accommodates the family of six and reflects their homesteading lifestyle.

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