Painting exposed ceiling beams black is more than an accent to a living space, it brings classic intrigue and an updated farmhouse feel to this transitional room. Using thick, textured material for the fireplace mantel adds a striking focal point that emulates the rustic nature of the dining table.
This light and bright kitchen features modern stainless steel appliances and white wooden cabinets paired with country accents, like a farmhouse sink and natural wood plank ceiling. Two glass pendant lights hang above a granite top kitchen island, while wooden stools provide a spot for casual dining.
This gorgeous master bedroom borrows design elements from a variety of styles for a look that's bright, casual and oh-so-comfortable. The clean-lined canopy bed screams contemporary, and the natural fiber rug gives off a coastal vibe. Meanwhile, the light wood floors hint at a farmhouse aesthetic.
This green country kitchen features a large kitchen island and breakfast bar with a farmhouse sink and stools for casual dining. The rippled wooden kitchen cabinets and range hood are paired with antique white cabinets, while a green, yellow and white tile backsplash provides a finishing touch.
Designed to optimize on the functionality of the space, this white coastal-style kitchen is grouped into various distinct work zones. The prep zone showcases a stainless farmhouse sink illuminated by industrial-style pendants. On the other side of the island, bar-height seating provides the perfect place for breakfast.
Rustic wood is used throughout the walls, ceiling and beams, creating a expansive, country-inspired kitchen and dining room. The entire space is family friendly with a large farmhouse dining table, huge center island with barstools in the kitchen and lots of windows that keep the space bright and airy.
The kitchen blends industrial elements, like the stainless steel and clean-lined cabinets, with a rustic-meets-vintage vibe by way of items like the farmhouse chrome apron sink and the live-edge island topper. Meanwhile, a bright red kettle adds a pop of color.
Muted wood floors and white walls create a pleasing, neutral backdrop in this open-plan living and dining area. Modern pendants are suspended above a farmhouse table with industrial details, while tailored, upholstered dining chairs soften the overall look. Broad sliding glass doors open the space to the resort-like backyard.
A striking black-and-white photograph of a spotted horse sets the tone for this bedroom, in terms of both color palette and style. The rustic fireplace mantel set atop a contemporary fireplace creates an interesting contrast of textures. Board and batten on the chimney nod to the room's farmhouse inspiration.
The window seat in this rustic, yet luxurious bedroom frames a view as pretty as a postcard. The Martha's Vineyard home features farmhouse details and soft, pale finishes that give it a dreamlike quality. A sitting room and patio connect to the bedroom via pocket doors.
Basic wooden shelves can turn an empty wall into a showcase of farmhouse style. The interiors of this 18th century home, featured in “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques,” has a curated collection of glass decanters on one shelf, then plates and glasses grouped by color on the other shelves.
In the kitchen, a large, neutral island adds counter space and seating while keeping the space bright and inviting. To add storage and bring warmth into the kitchen area, rich, wood cabinets were installed. Together, these features create the perfect balance of transitional and farmhouse style in the home's kitchen.
In this master bedroom modern farmhouse meets upscale sophistication. Using bold elements like the metal frame canopy bed in conjunction with unexpected light, airy pastels for the color palette, designer Mollie Openshaw was able to create a space that makes a statement, but is also restful and serene.
The connection from the kitchen to the outdoor living area is an integral part of the design. The windows above the sink bi-fold to each side and completely disappear to seamlessly connect the spaces. Cream kitchen cabinets are paired with white countertops and a farmhouse sink for a clean yet warm look.
Tonal, arabesque glass tile backsplash creates a sophisticated look when paired with classic, white Shaker cabinetry. A stainless steel sink withstands daily wear better than a traditional porcelain farmhouse sink. The window over the sink brings in enough light to keep an indoor herb garden on the sill.
The kitchen in this Mediterranean-inspired farmhouse is clean and sparse, with all-white cabinetry and a simple white subway tile backsplash. Dark hardwood floors and a dark-painted island warm up the space and give it added dimension. A rustic pendant above the island brings both function and flair.
This bathroom gets more of a vintage feel with pedestal sinks and wood walls. It is tucked into the upper level of a farmhouse and was designed by Michelle Fries. She made up for the lost under-sink storage by using open shelving with baskets to hold supplies.
Enjoys a delicious breakfast in this simple and charming modern farmhouse kitchen. The hanging pendant light over the bar adds light without obstructing the view of the exposed beam ceiling. Overall, a bright and lovely place to spend time.