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Some people are content to just dabble with the farmhouse look, whether that means introducing a farmhouse coffee table to an otherwise modern living room or putting some enamelware on their shelves in the kitchen. But true design aficionados know the value of a cohesive floor-to-ceiling look. If you’re trying to plan your next complete remodel or to tidy up an existing design, our list of 38 finished farmhouse interiors can help.
38 Sweet and Sophisticated Farmhouse Interiors for that Lived-In Look
White walls and warm wood surfaces are an obvious staple of the farmhouse aesthetic, but overall the style encompasses a surprisingly broad array of design concepts. Maybe you prefer the shabby chic interpretation of farmhouse style with distressed paint finishes and architectural salvage accents. There’s also a farmhouse look for industrial fans, complete with warehouse lighting fixtures, exposed brick, and vintage metal furniture frames.
In other words, the potential of the farmhouse look is only limited by your own imagination, tastes, and budget. Broaden your understanding of farmhouse design concepts with our curated gallery of over three dozen awesome floor-to-ceiling farmhouse interiors. We’ll help you bring the warmth of this time-tested trend into every room of your house.
1. Framers Market-Inspired Open Kitchen Concept
This open concept kitchen has many charming farmhouse style touches. From the vintage stenciled signs to the exposed bulb barn lighting with metal cages, this kitchen makes a warm and welcoming heart for the home. The white tile backsplash is practical and attractive. The curtains covering the cabinet under the sink make a nice period touch.
2. Vintage Furniture, Sliding Doors, and Chalkboards
This open kitchen and living room are perfect for relaxing with family and friends. Done in shades of beige and white, the room is pulled together with farmhouse style. The focal point in the kitchen is the chalkboard wall with a sliding door that evokes a rustic barn. The living room has cozy furniture with plump cushions. The coffee table is a more modern style, making a nice contrast to the vintage touches.
3. Breath of Fresh Air Master Bath Design
Divided from the master bedroom with a sliding door, the master bath is an oasis of calm. Rough stone walls provide a nice contrast to the smooth countertops. The dual vanity sinks on either side of the towel cabinet are of a traditional shape but have modern drawers underneath. The reclaimed wood floor carries through from the bedroom into the bathroom.
4. Make the Most of Natural Light
This charming kitchen table is set near an expansive bay window, bringing light and warmth inside. Mismatched kitchen chairs provide charm. The table is rustic in construction and laid with striped runners. An oversized vintage bottle provides space for a green branch centerpiece. An ornamental table has space for several cute accents like an old bread box.
5. How to Mix Wood and Metal Décor
This hallway evokes a barn or stable with sliding doors and utilitarian light fixtures. Hanging opposite a large mirror is an abstract landscape painting. The reflection of the painting makes the hallway feel much larger and brings in a sense of nature. A steamer trunk-style chest of drawers completes the arrangement, featuring a stained glass star sculpture.
6. All White Bedroom Farmhouse Style
This serene bedroom features the best of farmhouse style. The carved headboard is tall and painted white. The soft and luxurious linens match the bed. Greenery is draped over the top of the bed and a wreath hangs on the headboard. The tall white curtains make the room feel larger. A plush white rug completes the room.
7. Utilitarian Beauty with a Subway Tile Backsplash
This laundry room combines practicality with vintage style. The centerpiece of the room is a large farmhouse style sink. The tile backsplash is practical but elegant. The wide wooden countertop provides plenty of space for folding clothes. A wall ledge over the countertop provides a place for photos and baskets. The light wood floor is accented by a textured rug.
8. Weathered Wood TV Table and Shelves
This TV area incorporates farmhouse style while bringing it into the 21st century. The television is hung over a wide weathered console table. There is plenty of space for floral and pottery accents. Underneath the table are oversized baskets. The finish of the table is echoed in the chunky wall shelves which are decorated with galvanized metal accents.
9. Mason Jar Pendant Kitchen Lights
In the kitchen, pendant lights that look like Mason jars are hung from a weathered wood fixture. The cabinets are painted in white and gray and contrast with the center island in black. At the end of the center island, the panel is built to resemble a barn door. The cool gray and white palette of the kitchen complements the stainless steel appliances.
10. A Country Cottage Inspired Entryway Arrangement
This entryway brings a touch of country cottage style to the home. The focal point is a mirror which is shaped like a cottage window. The weathered wood console table holds gracious floral arrangements in vintage containers and tall candles. At either side of the mirror, galvanized metal wall vases hold blooming white flowers.
11. The Prettiest Way to Create Privacy
A sliding white barn door separates the master bedroom from the master bath. In the bathroom, a stone shower has horizontal tiling. The bathroom has practical brushed concrete floors. The bedroom is a calming space in shades of white, beige, and gray. The bed has a pure white bedspread and an inviting beige checkered throw. The contemporary rug gives a soft touch to the wooden floor.
12. Old World Exposed Brick Kitchen Arch
The brick backsplash extends up into an exposed arch, giving the room an Old World feel. Shiplap paneling decorates the end piece of the kitchen cabinet. The countertops are tiled in creamy white. Over the stove, a panel that looks like a wooden pallet holds a wreath of greenery and a lettered sign. Another farmhouse touch is the polished copper tea kettle on the stove.
13. Farmhouse Meets Industrial Salvage Look
This stair area has an intriguing mix of farmhouse and industrial styles. The industrial touches come in the black metal stair railing and the utilitarian metal chairs. A street sign provides a quirky accent. The rest of the room is in the farmhouse style with a reclaimed wood mirror. White blossoms stand in a tall glass vase. Tall pillar candles and a vintage book complete the arrangement.
14. Make Time for Design with Oversized Clock
An inviting living room includes a plush couch with oversized cushions and a soft gray throw. An old-fashioned coffee table with turned legs and two classic armchairs sit alongside. A floral arrangement in an old crock and three vintage books sit on top. The focal point of the room is a huge painted clock face in vintage style.
15. Exposed Beams, White Porcelain, and Upcycled Lighting
An exposed brick arch and exposed wooden beams give this room a vintage style. White shiplap paneling is on the interior wall. An old-fashioned open china hutch stands at one side of the room, filled with gracious white stoneware pitchers and plates. Over the table hangs an upcycled chandelier. A white floral centerpiece stands in the middle of the wooden plank table.
16. A Modern Take on Farmhouse Interiors
This stair area updates farmhouse look with a Mission style white railing. On a ledge above the stairs sit family photos in oversized black and white frames. At the foot of the stairs, there is a storage bench with a dried grass arrangement in a tall galvanized pail. Two utilitarian baskets sit on the ledge and on the floor.
17. Country Classics and Personalized Graphics
A barn door panel is hung on the wall. A pretty white floral wreath hangs on the door, accented with a small lettered sign welcoming guests to the home. On the wall, the family’s initial take pride of place. A buffalo plaid blanket and cushion decorate the space, along with a printed pillow. Two galvanized boxes sit under the bench.
18. It’s So Good to Be Home
A vintage bureau holds a charming arrangement of greenery and books. An old basket set at an angle provides an interesting twist. A printed sign hangs over the bureau. Buffalo plaid cushions sit underneath, waiting to be used. A basket sits in front of the bureau. A plush and inviting couch sits alongside. A sisal rug completes the space.
19. The Perfect Neutral Bedroom Palette
This serene white and gray bedroom provides space for relaxation. The white bed linens are complemented with buffalo plaid pillows and comforter. A curtain hung at the ceiling makes the room appear larger. A basket woven chest sits at the foot of the bed. An old chair holds a basket with extra blankets. A vintage door and a galvanized metal lantern accent the space.
20. A Laundry Room You’ll Love
This compact laundry room provides a useful space while incorporating elements of farmhouse style. A wooden countertop lies on top of the washer and dryer, providing a workspace. Laundry needs are placed in oversized cookie jars. The shelves over the washer and dryer hold a mix of galvanized boxes and black wire baskets. A printed sign provides a focal point.
21. A Farmhouse Nursery? Why Not!
Farmhouse style can be used in the baby’s room as well. The unadorned wood crib holds a cute bunny and a printed cushion. Over the crib hangs the baby’s initial, accented with greenery, and two botanical prints. The chest has a weathered, distressed painted surface. A Southwest patterned rug in neutral shades of gray, beige, and pale blue completes the room.
22. The Most Amazing Distressed Wood Floors
This house has many old-fashioned design elements combined with contemporary touches. Exposed brick walls complement the distressed wood floors with extra wide planks. The exposed wood ceilings and beams give the house a cozy feeling. A large built-in bookcase fills the entryway to the child’s room. Woven baskets provide practical and portable storage.
23. Why It’s Called a Great Room
This great room has exposed beams for an expansive look. The ceiling is wooden to match the beams. Over the three large windows hang farmhouse style light fixtures. Greenery wreaths adorn the windows. The gray sectional sofa is plush and inviting with large white cushions. A pallet style coffee table provides a simple accent. An exposed brick fireplace completes the room.
24. Warm Wood and Subtle Metallics
In clean shades of white and brown, this kitchen invites people to sit at one of the polished bar stools and make conversation. On the kitchen island, the sink has a brushed metal fixture that is echoed in a tall vase with branches. The end of the kitchen island has a barn style accent. The tall white cabinets give the room a gracious look.
25. A Little Shabby but Mostly Chic
Shabby chic style combines with farmhouse style in this charming dining room. A rustic wooden table with built-in drawer storage occupies the center of the room. A comfortable armchair sits at one end of the table and a bench sits along one side. The table holds three large glass jars with greenery. Three small crystal chandeliers hang over the table.
26. A Table with a View
A picture window provides light and natural views to this kitchen table area. Along the window, a cushioned storage bench provides extra seating. The trestle table is surrounded by metal chairs with comfortable woven seats. Exposed beams give the room a vintage touch. Hanging light features bring a contemporary accent.
27. Inviting Textures for Farmhouse Interiors
This room combines an office with a home entryway. A vintage light fixture with exposed candelabra lights hangs on the ceiling. A tall armoire gives space for practical storage. A coat rack hangs on the wall with a mirror over it. The old-fashioned desk chair holds a comfortable cushion.
28. Split Rail Fence Stairway Idea
A split rail fence-style stair railing brings the farm indoors. This railing is practical and safe as well as having pleasing style elements. The stair treads are in a matching distressed wood finish. The kitchen has light gray shiplap paneling and stainless steel appliances.
29. Add Drama with Vintage Theater Seating
Vintage theater seating gives this entryway a unique and charming look. Having seating under the coat rack is practical and attractive. The barn-style hanging hooks provide space for purses and essentials. Over the coat rack hangs a dark gray wall shelf with an arrangement of framed photos, dried flowers, and an open basket.
30. Bring Galvanized Steel Planters Inside
A cottage style mirror hangs on the wall and reflects the light from the windows on the other side of the room. Two oversized galvanized steel planters hang on the wall on either side of the mirror. These are filled with bountiful greens and flowers in shades of white. A galvanized table vase holds more flowers on the coffee table.
31. The Right Finishes Make the Room
This bathroom has clean, classic lines and practical style. The dual vanity sinks are backed by a marble backsplash. Shiplap paneling is on the walls. Large wood-framed wall mirrors at both sinks echo the paneling on the vanity below. Dark metal faucets and knobs are set directly into the wall. The room is finished with three hanging pendant lights.
32. Open Floor Plan with Exposed Beams
This open floor plan area combines the dining area and the living room. The exposed beams on the ceiling complement the wide wooden floor planks. The white walls make the room feel larger. The bar height kitchen table has stools with woven wicker seating surfaces. Built-in benches and bookshelves give a practical touch.
33. Add Character with Vaulted Ceilings
The vaulted ceilings in this bedroom bring a sense of light and airiness. The four-poster bed is spread in sage green, gray, and white with plump pillows. A vintage wood trunk sits at the foot of the bed. A gold globe light fixture hangs down from the exposed beams.
34. She Needs Wide Open Spaces
This long room combines both kitchen and living room. A marble island occupies the center of the kitchen, with comfortable bar height stools for seating. The kitchen counters are a dark wood and the cabinets are cream colored with vintage style doors. The room has exposed beam ceilings. Built-in wall shelves and light fixtures give the room a contemporary touch.
35. The Dark Side of Farmhouse Design
This dark accent wall brings attention to the decorative table arrangement. Deer antlers hang high on the wall over the table. A print with cattle hangs on the wall just below. The table has a mix of design elements from old-fashioned decanters to topiary plants. Under the table sit a basket trunk and an old-fashioned suitcase.
36. Bi-Parting Double Sliding Barn Door
This double-sided barn door slides to open. It brings rustic style to the gracious blue and white room with its four-poster bed. The exposed hardware for the barn door accents the wall. Exposed beams in the room add to the barn aesthetic.
37. When You Really Love Wood
This kitchen has exposed beams and old-fashioned ceiling light fixtures. The kitchen cabinets and island echo the wooden beams. The island and countertops are marble and the sink has a dramatic, tall faucet fixture. Wooden cabinets make the room feel warm and cozy, while the white accents keep it from being too closed-in.
38. A Rustic Spa Bathroom Concept
In the bathroom, farmhouse style is combined with Southwest aesthetics. A rustic wooden mirror hangs on the wall over the contemporary style sinks. The sinks look like they were carved from rough stone. Rough wooden sconces match the style of the mirror frame. Built-in glass wall shelves brighten the space.