35+ 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 to 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.