For instance look at this home by Kingston Homes. You have those lovely barn doors done in a modern shaker style with matte black tracks. Which works beautifully with that stair rail. This is by far one of my favorite homes they have built.
The entry way is so light and airy. Which you may notice as well the nice white walls, nope that is not ship lap, just a lovely white paint.
Here's a fun little fact, did you know adding large planks in a small room will actually make the room feel bigger? Yup...it really does! So with that being said it's best to use wide planks in your kitchen, it will visually make it feel bigger then it really is.
Right now all the rage is a nice wide plank with lighter wood finishes. You may even see gray toned floors. But if you are going for the "farmhouse" feel you want to stick with a wood tone.
Oh the ever popular white kitchen...my personal favorite. I love white kitchens simply for the fact they are timeless. I'm sure you all have walked into a home and been able to tell exactly when the home was built, just by the kitchen and the cabinet style. Each decade seems to have it's own wood tone.
Add some modern light fixtures above your dining table. Changing out lights is a great way to change the feel of the room. There's so many wonderful industrial inspired lights that work well with the farmhouse feel.
Using subway tile in your bathroom is one way to bring in the modern farmhouse feel. And if you are lucky enough to have a soaker tub, I would go with one like this.