Eclectic French Farmhouse Style In Sonoran Desert, Arizona


When contemporary meets the chic rural of a French farmhouse located in the Sonoran Desert, Arizona, it’s definitely an assurance that what’s to be seen next is not quite an ordinary home like you see every day. David Michael Miller Associates reinterpreted in their own way their vision about a French farmhouse, leading to an eclectic, unexpected result that intrigues in so many ways.

The visible wood beams in the ceiling and exposed ethnic detailing are among the traditional finishes that put contemporary in doubt. It’s a struggle between the two worlds and, in the end, you cannot know who wins, as the balance puts them in equality. If one bedroom goes more on the rustic side, the second one bursts of contemporary.

The hostile desert climate makes the outdoor spaces arranged around a swimming pool more than welcome. Here we find the same mixed style – if the lounging seats bring therelaxed modernness, the stone decks keep it rustic.

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