A casual dining area located at one end of a great room offers a spot for relaxed family dinners, games or crafts with plenty of storage at hand. A midcentury-inspired chandelier adds modern balance to the more rustic nature of the exposed ceiling beams and dark wood cabinetry.
Nestled on a large plot of land with mature trees and a sprawling yard, this farmhouse is a dreamy countryside getaway. A wraparound porch — part of it conveniently screened in — offers plenty of space to comfortably enjoy the great outdoors.
This dining room is surrounded by vistas of the countryside that inspired the colors in the room. The walls are upholstered in wheat-colored raffia, and simple window treatments are constructed with printed cotton fabric. A combination of chairs and fabrics is used for more individuality.
A fabulous La Cornue blue stove is the star of this gorgeous French country kitchen. A beautiful tin stove hood, reclaimed wooden ceiling beams, and an island with massive wood columns complete the look.
This mountain top home features a rustic-style living area with a cozy stone fireplace. The hand hewn beams featured throughout the living room, speak to the home's natural surroundings and make for a relaxed space to enjoy a mountain getaway.
Drone view of all 160 acres of the rolling countryside estate in Ontario, CA. The property comes with a 5,000 sq. ft. organic produce hobby farm, features a graciously restored Victorian farmhouse, spectacular landscaping, a horse barn, log cabin, root cellar, and private spring fed pond and waterfall.
A mix of earthy blues and greens offers an unexpected twist to the traditional tile backsplash in this countryside estate kitchen. A pot rack hanging above the island turns the homeowners' beautiful copper pots into a beautiful display.
Expansive windows provide panoramic views of the Connecticut countryside at this estate home designed by Andrew Bartolotta. Designer Amy Zolin drew the neutral palette of the home's exterior into her interior designs and embraced the laid-back setting with a look that was less fussy and formal than a home in the city.
The leaves of an olive tree, the swimming pool and the hills of Happy Canyon are seen through this elegant arched doorway at the Figueroa Farms property in the Santa Ynez Valley in California near Santa Barbara. The home sits on 106 acres which include olive tree orchards.
A wide, full-length window opens up to bring in fresh air to the charming country-style dining room with striking views of the rural countryside. Neatly arranged dishware and knick knacks on the buffet add a personalized touch to the inviting, casual space.
The kitchen invites the outdoors in with bi-fold windows and glass doors that open up to the stone patio. High end appliances make cooking effortless, and the design is kept simple with a neutral palette to allow the countryside views to be the main focus.