Cutler Anderson Architects have completed a modern farmhouse for a large family on a 93-acre farm in northeastern Pennsylvania, that was designed to fit in with the surrounding farming community. To do this, the architects designed a simple white box-like house with large rolling screens. White was often used to paint original farmhouses as it was the least expensive paint. Inside, the double height ceilings create a lofty and open space, while large windows fill the interior with natural light. Wood has been used throughout the interior to create a contrast with the mostly white interior. Stairs lead up to the second floor of the farmhouse, and at the top of the stairs, there’s a home office area with a long built-in wood desk. And don’t forget to check our list of 15 creative modern wooden houses.