The new kitchen becomes a focal point for the home and features high ceilings, updated and recessed lighting, marble countertops and a double farm-style sink in a stainless finish. The double-stacked upper cabinets, as well as the lower cabinets, are simple Shaker style and painted in buff gray.
Several light fixtures highlight the wood and tile elements of this craftsman style kitchen. The kitchen features a farm sink, new island, stainless steel appliances and a range hood for the stove, as seen on Fixer Upper.
A floral loveseat and red armchair create a cozy sitting area in this Tuscan kitchen. A collection of green plates and platters surrounds a distressed bucket with various wood farming tools for an unusual but fitting wall decor piece.
The Ironton Rolling Garden Seat has a farm-style look with its tractor-style seat and red hue. You can avoid stopping or squatting when gardening by using a seat, and this one is adjustable and swivels. Use the turnbar to steer the front wheel and maneuver around the yard with this seat, which is sold by Northern Tool & Equipment.
A mural inspired by historic Mixson Seed Farm catalog images pairs with white paneled walls and red pendant lights to create a country-style backdrop for this Charleston, S.C., leasing office. Clean-lined, trendy furnishings give the space contemporary flair.
Although part of a large, open great room, this dining area remains set apart by a defining area rug, keeping a dedicated space for formal dinners and gatherings. Primitive Windsor chairs give the formal dining area a country look, especially paired with a hefty wooden farm table.
Home decor blogger Amy Buchanan started with a yard sale table and layered in finds, such as a tobacco stick star, a pinecone garland and a frame from an old dresser. Ticking ribbon and wooden Christmas trees painted to look like old grain sacks are in keeping with the farmhouse theme. "I love collecting vintage items throughout the year, then mixing them together to create rustic and farm-style vignettes," says Buchanan, who blogs at AttaGirlSays.
The main house at Figueroa Farms located in the Santa Ynez Valley, Calif., evokes the style of Mediterranean country homes. The home features a stucco exterior and low-pitched tile roof and verandas with views of the sprawling, 106-acre Happy Canyon property.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Jo repurposed an old headboard, found at the house into a dispaly rack. Now painted white, the display rack matches the vintage-looking farm table, and serves as a display for plateware and decor. The neo rustic pendant light is a fun and stylish addition to the dining area.