After buying a home on a 50-acre farm, Sarah Richardson is giving it a complete makeover on season 3 of Sarah’s House.
Sarah’s Mud Room
On entry, it’s clear this home is all about comfort in a country home.
Classic Farmhouse Red
Sarah committed to the farmhouse trend with classic red doors, antique decor and cozy rugs.
A Petite Powder Room
A powder room off the mud room packs a bold wallpaper with touches of the red used on the doors. A gorgeous mirror and light pendant bring a little luxe to the tiny space.
Sarah took an old brass ball from an auction and converted it into an unbelievable pendant light fixture that casts a gorgeous splash of light against the wallpaper.
Sarah’s Farmhouse Bedroom
Sarah took a classic approach to this bedroom and went for gorgeous quilts on a beautiful brass bed frame.
Balancing Rustic and Refined Decor
Sarah mixes antique pieces with interesting fabric and furniture with vibrant updates, like this painted side chair.
Creative Bedroom Storage
Without closets, Sarah gets creative with additional storage in this built-in bench.
Sarah’s Farmhouse Bathroom
Sarah proves there is such a thing as an elegant farmhouse bathroom. By mixing older, wood furniture with elegant sconces and a beautiful vanity mirror, this bathroom looks comfortable and refined.
Extra storage done stylishly above the standing bathtub.
Bathroom Colour Trend
Sarah carries the butter yellow on the mirror frame over the sink through to the bathtub and window curtains, creating warmth in this gorgeous bathroom.
Sarah’s Guest Bedroom
Sarah creates height in this sloped-ceiling bedroom by breaking up the colours and keeping the top half and ceiling a creamy shade.
A Chic Antique Chandelier
To add elegance to the guest room, Sarah finds an antique chandelier, has the wiring updated, and hangs it above the bed.
Solid Storage Solution
A lack of closet space was a problem throughout several bedrooms, but Sarah made up for it with gorgeous chests of drawers.
A Farmhouse Bedroom for Kids
Decorating a kids’ room is a great opportunity to have a little fun and opt for bright colours.
Inspired by Nature
Sarah extends the gorgeous view by carrying through elements of nature, like the printed curtains and pillows.
Although designed for a boy, by decorating with a green, cream and brown scheme, the bedroom feels neutral and inviting.
Sarah’s Bedroom for a Girl
Sarah suggests decorating a kids’ room with your own taste in mind. Don’t overdo the kid theme, because kids grow up!
Balancing Fancy and Fun Decor
Sarah decorates the kids’ room with pieces that’ll look great no matter the age of the kid, but adds touches that speak to the little girl who’ll have this bedroom.
Sarah’s Farmhouse Master Bedroom
Sarah masters the mix of rustic farmhouse and modern design in her beautiful bedroom.
Sarah’s Antique Finds
Sarah found a gorgeous four-poster bed and bedspread while hunting at an antique market.
What farmhouse bedroom wouldn’t be complete without a gorgeous marble fireplace to keep the room extra-warm?
A Classic Chest of Drawers
These drawers speak to the old, farmhouse charm of the house.
Sarah’s Farmhouse Bathroom
The house may be old, but the bathroom is all new.
A Dramatic Bathtub
Sarah went for an ultra-modern bathtub.
Sarah found two gorgeous drawers that work perfectly for his and hers sinks.
Additional Bathroom Storage
Glass-door cupboards are great for bathroom storage, you’ll always find what you need, fast!
Sarah gave the set of stairs a cheeky touch with decorative numbers to count steps!
Sarah’s Living Room
The family room was a central focus for Sarah’s designs. It had to create warmth, and give her family a place to socialize, read and relax.
If you don’t have a room for an office, create a work space in the corner of your living room, and keep the decor consistent between the two areas.
Living Room Accents
The living room was so large, it was broken up into distinct areas and focal points.
A Gorgeous Grandfather Clock
The living room showed off a collection of gorgeous furniture, like this unbelievable grandfather clock.
Gorgeous Walkways in the House
Before decorating, Sarah considers the views as you walk into each room. When looking into the dining area, the walkway is framed by brick and a beautiful wallpaper print.
Sarah’s Dining Room
Sarah keeps the dining room comfortable and casual with wicker chairs.
There’s no end to the possibilities when it comes to decorating. These corner pieces bring added beauty to the dining room doorway.
Storage That Shows Off Collections
Have a beautiful dinnerware set? Why not show it off behind glass doors instead of hiding it away.
Again, Sarah considers the views from room to room in her open-concept farmhouse.
Sarah’s Breakfast Nook
An open space by windows is the perfect spot for a breakfast nook.
Sarah gives her country farmhouse a contemporary look.
A Unique Backsplash
A beautiful slab of marble makes for an eye-catching backsplash over the stove.
Sarah keeps cutting boards and knives tucked away in a corner, so that the rest of her counter space is clean and uncluttered.
Custom shelves look beautiful and show off a collection of drinkware and cake plates.
Optimal Kitchen Lighting
A low window calls for a low counter to allow the most light possible to stream through.
Sarah’s Family Room
Sarah’s house wouldn’t be complete without a cozy family room.