Dream Home: Black, White, and Warm in Oregon’s Farm Country

Today’s dream home sticks to our favorite palette of black, white, and natural wood. With beautifully layered lighting, hand-fired tiles, and rich tonal woods, the home is both sophisticated and warm. You will love how the neutral color-scheme and oversize windows emphasize the beautiful greens of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Take a look at this dreamy home!

Design: Light and Dwell


Black has become one of our favorite new neutrals. It’s a beautiful alternative to the white modern farmhouse. Crips whites, woven textiles, and a layering of green textures pop against the dark backdrop.

Statement lighting, ceramics, and cool black and white art  creates a layered artisinal vibe that welcomes guests. In an open floor-plan without a foyer, a small circular table under a chandelier or pendant is a great way to define the space.

This nook shows how layered wood tones create a warm sophisticated vibe. Vertical shiplap, oversize art, a vintage rug, and the railing-less stairs pull the look together with a blend of old and new.

The kitchen and dining spaces are a crisp black and white with architectural angles. Black and brass lighting creates a dramatic pop against white walls. Oversize black windows frame the green country side. The scenery adds vibrant color and blends the line between indoor and out.

This bathroom caught our eye on social media. The golden yellow zellige is a bold and beautiful. The brass faucet and lighting creates a tone-on-tone effect that keeps the focus on the beautiful color.

Black as a neutral is carried through to the all black office. Brass, greenery, and rich leather pop against it.

Wouldn’t you love to be in this beauty overlooking this view of Oregon’s Willamette Valley? So good. To get a similar vibe in your own space, shop the look below. To see more work from these talented design firm, check out their portfolio.

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