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60+ Farmhouse Decor Ideas to Help You Design Your Dream Country Home
Simple, yet stunning—that's what these rooms are.
We simply never tire of beautiful farmhouse style design elements. The way we see it, you don't have to live way out in the country to enjoy the benefits of this ultra-chic design sensibility, nor do you need to have a barn or a backyard chicken coop to connect to this aesthetic. You simply have to appreciate modern-rustic decor ideas!
Here, we're helping you take your love of farmhouse style to the next level with interesting decorating ideas for every room in your house. From farmhouse kitchens to bedroom decorating ideas to, yes, even rustic bathrooms, we've got all the professional tips and tricks that'll keep you inspired and your guests "ooh"-ing and "ahh"-ing. After all, is there anything more thought-provoking than a reclaimed wood coffee table, vintage gingham curtains, or a cozy chair that looks like it was plucked straight from the set of a Western movie?
Of course, what we love most is that each and every idea here takes a cue from a real-life house or room. We've got an elegant kitchen trend from a Mississippi barn, living room ideas from an 18th-century farmhouse, and even vintage cabinet ideas straight out of the walls of a charming New York farmhouse. Whether you have plans to renovate your house in the near future or you're just imagining the look of your dream home, this swoon worthy collection of farmhouse décor will serve you well.
Buffalo-checked tablecloth fabric adds texture to this chic space. We can't imagine a sweeter way to dress up unsightly larger appliances, like dishwashers.
This small kitchen is filled with special finds: a large range cooker in British Racing Green, stoneware crocks, wooden rolling pins, ironstone, and antique silverware cleverly used as drawer pulls.
Handcrafted and woven accents, as well as rounded counter edges, soften this lake cabin's kitchen designed by Thom Filicia.
Living in the country means making use of what you've got. Old beams and ceiling rafters were repurposed into a custom kitchen island and open shelving for this Michigan farmhouse.
For the kitchen inside her Sparta, Tennessee, cabin, singer-songwriter Holly Audrey Williams went with gorgeous green cabinetry (Jasper by Sherwin-Williams), a brass faucet, and marble tile backsplash. In lieu of a rack, pots and pans hang from hooks on exposed ceiling beams.
By incorporating warm woods, antique-inspired lighting, and modern, vintage-style appliances, designer Cathy Chapman created a kitchen with a nostalgic feel reminiscent of Grandma's.
When it comes to farmhouse decor, what's old is new again! A plank of weathered or reclaimed wood works beautifully as a headboard.
This built-in looks more like freestanding furniture after being coated in a contrasting color (Graphite by Benjamin Moore).
We love the down-to-earth feel of this free-roaming kitchen island. Rolling furniture is an easy way to transplant vintage or more rustic pieces into any home, no matter when it was constructed.
A great big sink is "so much more effective," says Martha Stewart of her circa-1925 farmhouse kitchen in Katonah, New York—and we'd have to agree.
Not only is it more efficient to have everything in view, but open cabinets also double as a design element when they show off stunning items like Martha Stewart's copper cookware.
Add an unexpected touch of industrial charm to any bedroom with an iron bed frame.
"I think of it as homey," Martha Stewart says of her country style kitchen. "It's about being comfortable." Hence the warm hue on her walls—a custom paint color inspired by shells. For a similar look, try Stormy Monday by Benjamin Moore.
Sure, you might take down the garland after Christmastime has passed, but the lumber is welcome to stay all year long. It's a rustic touch that's sure to liven up any entryway, front porch, or living room.
When you live in the country, you need everything you own to be as hard-working as you are. Take cues from Martha Stewart, who invests in long-lasting tools like a restaurant-grade cappuccino maker. Even her rolling pin has been around since her honeymoon.
White shiplap-covered walls pair exquisitely with a vintage, brass-adorned clawfoot tub in Jenni Kayne's beautiful bathroom.
We couldn't be any more obsessed with this eye-catching fixture. Amy Kleinwachter, the owner of this vast Texas farmhouse, added an antique European chandelier to an old pig feeder to create this one-of-a-kind piece.
It’s the small touches that can freshen up a room. Now you can get dozens of easy makeover ideas you can finish in a weekend with Country Living's new digital guide!
Alison and Jim Luckman's Idaho home combines stone walls, high wooden-beamed ceilings, and bright patterned prints to make an ideal sleeping space.
"Vintage" is nice. "Reclaimed" is even better! We love the look of this coffee table, which is as interesting as it is beautiful.
Reused wooden shelves display both practical and personal items in Karol Ann DeLong's home. Our favorite items? Her mother's stunning silver pieces.
Did you know? Any collection, big or small, can double beautifully as decor. It all depends on how you display it.
Believe it or not, this stunning space in Lynne Knowlton's treehouse is made out of wood from a destroyed barn and stained glass windows from an old church.
More is more in Renita Browning’s antique-filled kitchen. Her cabinet maker transformed old apothecary drawer fronts into storage spaces and she snagged the industrial ceiling lights from a local Mexican restaurant.
Pickled spruce floors, an antique farm table, and a touch of greenery in Bobby Houston’s home office would make work much more enjoyable.
A slipper chair and a vintage sofa surrounded by exposed brick and wooden beams make for the ultimate place of relaxation in Seth and Chad Gilbert's Tennessee abode. Plus, check out that original fire place!
The elegant kitchen found in this Mississippi barn brings together a variety of farmhouse staples and juxtaposes them with modern amenities. The sliding barn door, exposed beams, and shiplap-covered ceiling are just a few country elements that will never go out of style.
This spacious dining room is situated in the center of a backyard barn designed for hosting parties. It doesn't get more country than that! Exposed beams and wood walls, an antique table, and plaid details add even more rural charm.
The "Z-back" detail on the bathroom cabinets in this Georgia sporting cabin were inspired by barn doors.
The reliably fresh combo of blue and white causes our country hearts to flutter. Infuse this beloved palette into your home with pottery, china, linens, and more colorful accessories.