At the intersection of rustic charm and polished sophistication, one will find the trendy design and interiors genre of farmhouse décor. Near the corner of Rowlett’s Commerce and Main streets, Farmhouse Living has breathed new life into the Abbott Building, a vintage downtown placeholder.

Millennium Road Holdings completed the remodel at 3829 Main Street in July with the designed intent of matching the distinct flow of the new business. The building is now home to Farmhouse Living, a lifestyle boutique. The Rockwall architectural firm of Craddock Architecture, PLLC, designed the remodel.

Farmhouse Living is owned by the mother-daughter team of Shelby Coleman and Michelle Wallace who run what they term a “modern farmhouse boutique.” They sell inspiring home décor, unique antique finds, signature apparel, local artisan products, gifts, and more.

“We were looking for a space on Main Street to open our storefront, but could never have imagined the incredible space Serge and Jennifer would design. The urban modern flair worked perfectly for us. They kept our needs in mind and went above and beyond! We couldn’t be happier working with and now leasing from Millennium Road Holdings, LLC.” — Shelby and Michelle

Nothing brightens a room like the sun so a key feature of the remodel involved a brick resurfacing that accommodated unique glass overhead doors in the storefront. The interior rooms are bright and bold using Farmhouse merchandise in both the décor and display.

The original wood ceiling is maintained with carefully-arranged lighting contrasting dramatically against the dark-stained woodwork. The storefront design serves its practical and aesthetic function bringing in soft, natural light.

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