A Texas residence
Musician Kevin Fowler's home is located in the heart of Texas.
His house was built in 1905, has been touted as "quite possibly the most charming farmhouse in Texas."
The musician says that many people asked to see the photos of the renovations of his house built in 1905.
After 16 months of hard work, the musician is more than happy to share the beautiful pictures of his house!
Are you curious to discover the most beautiful house in Texas? It only remains for me to wish you a good visit!
The view from the porch
Here is the view from the porch. We see the two grain silos. You can see that the porch is big enough to hold a crowd!
Once you step inside the house, you begin to see the antique and friendly style of the house. Notice on the left wall, under the mirror: the old radio!
The house is full of artifacts!
Here is a reverse view of the same hallway, looking through the glass-paned front door at those grain silos. The oval window not only is practical but also gives the home a Victorian-era touch.
Sitting room Notice the wooden coffee table and the toy horse bicycle in the back corner.
If your house is big enough (like this one), you can have what is called a sitting room. Notice the wooden coffee table and the toy horse bicycle in the back corner. These objects are perfect in this decor!
The kitchen is often the place where restoration projects lose their way. Kevin admits that they are pretty spoiled by modern appliances, and it's hard to make a microwave oven look like it's part of a 1905 farmhouse decor.
This kitchen includes enough retro touches to keep from looking too modern.
This guest room has a comfortable bed. The atmosphere of the room is warm thanks to the nice colors. The ceiling lamp and the painting on the left give this room an antique look.
This style of bathroom is in harmony with the rest of the house. The restoration project did not include slapping new layers of paint onto antique furniture. It's almost like in 1905!
Many windows, a wall phone that predates private phone calls, and antique furniture. This dining room is nicely decorated.
The metal-framed child's bed is a real find. Again, from the side table to the paneled ceiling, Kevin resisted the urge to repaint antiques to make them look new.
Beautiful or too rustic?
What do you think of Kevin's farmhouse? Would you like to live in a house like this?
I am curious to know what you think of this house!