Home styling is not just an art; it’s a passion, a journey that takes you on a euphoric ride. There’s nothing more comforting than decorating and restyling your home according to your needs. And when this hobby becomes a passion, something magnificent comes into being, like 1776 Faux Farmhouse by Michael and Nicole Francis.
The Francis family has taken home decor aesthetics to new heights. The inventive couple has made it their mission to convert their tract house into a spectacular rustic farmhouse with a modern flair. The creative duo is exceptionally skilled in DIY, home improvement, and interior home design. From decor to whole room renovations, no challenge was too big for Michael and Nicole. Their Instagram page shows it all: the creative decisions with color palettes, the furniture they create, and the stunning transformation of lackluster spaces and decoration pieces. Their enthusiasm is contagious, and we can’t help but be moved by how well they do what they do.
It’s not just the journey that fascinates us; it’s also the creative spirit that drives them to make something drab look fabulous—bringing out that “wow” factor with every project. Michael and Nicole’s philosophy is simple: anyone can make their home look beautiful; all you need is a little bit of creativity. From creating a contemporary-style office from scratch to transforming their living room, the couple shows that it doesn’t take much to give your home a unique touch.
In addition to posting stories about their progress on social media, they also post blogs with step-by-step instructions on doing some of the most basic but important tasks around the house, like installing a ceiling fan or kitchen faucet. Not only that, but their blogs also cover tutorials for their mesmerizing DIY projects, e.g., DIY mudroom bench, modern farmhouse barn door, etc. Fascinating, isn’t it?
There are countless ideas for home renovations you can glean from following their progress, such as how to give an old item a new lease on life, how to use accessories to evoke a particular mood, how to make small changes that have a big impact, etc. And if you still don’t find what you want, join one of the courses on their website, 1776fauxfarmhouse.com, and unleash your creative side.