This French farmhouse-style kitchen mixes an old world vibe with modern, contemporary accents. Warm hardwood floors compliment the exposed wooden beams overhead, with brass-accented, white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
The farmhouse kitchen in this fully renovated Cape Cod-style home abounds with luxurious and functional details. White cabinetry extends to the ceiling for added storage, while a trio of skylights bathes the island in natural light. The spring green color of the island is an unexpected touch of whimsy in the traditional space.
If you have a fireplace in your kitchen, add quirky and collected elements for instant farmhouse style. This mantel, featured in Susan Sully’s book, “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques,” mixes inexpensive brass candlesticks, baskets and classic blue-and-white platters along with affordable resin bear statues and a deer bust for a rustic farmhouse feel. “When you group it in an interesting way, they work together,” Sully says.
Influenced by Colonial and Victorian architecture, the uniquely American Farmhouse home style looks just right with tall, narrow, double-hung windows, bay windows and window groupings, and 2-over-2 grille patterns. Black exterior window frames add striking contrast for curb appeal.
Five baby blue dining chairs and a brown leather bench ensure that there's room for everyone at this table. Meanwhile, floor-to-ceiling windows and a vintage pendant fill the space with light and make it look even more inviting.
This historic Greek Revival home has a great sense of flow, as the formal sitting room gives way to the dining area. By outfitting the space with an oriental rug, farmhouse-style table and benches, a traditional light fixture and a piece of tiled art that evokes thoughts of Morocco, the designers gave this room a carefully curated, global look as well.
A metal-roof clad porch extends from the back of this farmhouse-inspired estate to create a comfortable spot to enjoy the exterior fireplace and the view of the pool. Sliding doors retract to open the living room up to the outside to create the ultimate indoor-outdoor living area.
Architectural details are on display in this farmhouse-inspired dining and living room. Rustic wood paneling highlights the vaulted ceiling, limestone draws attention to the two-story fireplace and panel moulding accentuates the floating stairwell and landing. Crystal chandeliers and a French-country dining set give the home an feel of permanence.
The farmhouse-style look continues to the porch of this California home. Beth Dana Design decorated the doorway with a galvanized container, turquoise chair and vintage-looking fixtures. The renovated exterior of the early 1900s home has board and batten siding and bright white wide trim.
Change up your room with an industrial light fixture, but in a color that doesn’t seem too harsh. These metal pendant shades, which are under $80, come in a spa blue that DIY and home decor blogger Wendy Durnwald selected. She saved even more by finding the vintage-like fixture at the Ballard Designs outlet.
A multi-bulb light fixture adds plenty of light to this kitchen's dining area. The space features rustic touches like reclaimed-wood cabinets and exposed wood beams, combined with a farmhouse aesthetic personified by the long table and wood chairs.
Leaving the floor space open in the middle of the room accentuates the spacious feel of this master bathroom. A glass cube shower is set next to a deep bathtub with wood crate storage bringing a country influence to the modern fixtures. An accent wall shows off a natural wood look with an ashy tone finish.