If you’re a fan of rustic accents and a bit of country flavor sprinkled throughout your home, then you’re definitely inspired by farmhouse style. This homey vibe is a great route to take when redesigning a kitchen or master suite. And with these 40 pieces of farmhouse decor, you’ll have something to use in any nook or cranny of the house. Check out our favorite finds below!
1. Hidden Seating
Cherished bliss starts us off by inspiring all of our readers with this farmhouse-inspired seating nook. Use it to read and relax and fashion your accessories around the textures. The woven chairs, the soft throw blankets, the vintage door and creamy tones make for the perfect palette.
2. Aged Grey Candlesticks
How do you like these aged grey candlesticks from Piper Classics? The distressed style fits right in with a farmhouse vision. Use them on the coffee tables, side tables, console tables, dining room tables or the mantle throughout any season of the year!
3. White Porch Bench
This beautiful, distressed white bench that’s the perfect addition to your front porch. Add some pillows and throw blankets for an extra cozy vibe as well. This look is quintessentially farmhouse and warm and welcoming to all of your guests.
4. Topiaries & Shutters
The Cottage Market gave us a gorgeous pairing for our farmhouse vision as well. Topiaries add pops of green and organic vibes. While the shutters on the wall add texture and a vintage throwback. We’re loving this little nook and love how easy it would be to fashion our own homes after it.
5. Natural Wood Dining Room Table
When it comes to a dining room table and a farmhouse goal, take a peek at this beautiful from Pinterest. Pair it with more modern seating for a funky upgrade or go with wooden benches instead to keep within the rustic vibes. No matter what, simple furniture pieces like this will be your best bet.
6. Modern-Touched Playroom
You can even learn how to spread that bit of farmhouse charm into the playroom. Mixing it with some modern touches like the crisp, white furniture will keep things a little more versatile though. Little Vintage Nest just knew how to inspire the rusticism with the metal and woven basket additions.
7. Panel Accent Wall & Initials
Another great pairing for a kid’s room, a paneled accent wall always fits in with a farmhouse theme. Mini house mighty hearts did this right by topping it off with a metal initial and bed frame for a perfect mixed-material look.
8. Exposed Wood Kitchen
Country Living gave us a farmhouse-inspired kitchen fit for a feature. All of that exposed wood really sets the scene right for this kind of vision. And that pop of blue in the middle adds a lightness that also coincides well with the vision.
9. Wall Baskets
Add some wall baskets in the kitchen or mudroom. Little Vintage Nest inspired us with some metal accents yet again. Paired with brick or wood paneling, really enhances the vision!
10. Girlish Home Office
We were able to peek into this home office to! The varying textures and country accents really help to push the farmhouse vision. The fresh greens only add to the brightness and revitalized feeling here.
11. Woven Bar Stools
Pink Peonies showcased some incredibly fun woven barstools – dressed in some holiday cheer – that we found to be quite fitting for a farmhouse-styled kitchen or rustic wet bar. They’re versatile too as they’re able to fit inside more feminine or masculine of spaces.
12. Coffee Table Accents
Here’s another little nook to gather inspiration from. This coffee table setup is so seamlessly put together! Liz Marie knew that simplicity was the real key within this kind of vision and vibe.
13. Laundry Room
Our laundry rooms should be more about function than anything else. But, that doesn’t mean that style should go completely out the window. You can get canvas-filled metal baskets to keep the farmhouse style of your home consistent throughout every space.
14. Family Sign
A wooden family sign from Etsy makes for ones of the more quintessential pieces of farmhouse decor. In the foyer, above the mantle, or hung in the gallery wall, it’s a must for a family home. You can even DIY this one yourself!
15. Framed Wall Mirrors
Mirrors on the walls of your home are always a good idea. They bring in more light and give the illusion of more space – you just have to find ones that fit your vision, in the right ways. These framed beauties from Shanty 2 Chic do it right in the country-flavored department.
16. Kitchen Bites
Other farmhouse styled signs can find a home around the house as well, especially in the kitchen. They definitely add a souther charm and extra bout of personalization, don’t you think?
17. Porched Reading Area
The Cottage Market showed off this romantic reading spot and it made us want to do an immediate redesign of our own front porches. The wooden trunk and welcomed wreath all add to the farmhouse, relaxing vibe.
18. Bookshelf Setup
Your bookshelves can be accented with this style as well. Some woven baskets are really all you need to get started. This idea from Home Depot will give you all the inspiration you need to get started.
19. Contemporary Blend Bathroom
We love when interior design genres are blended in such a seamless way. That’s exactly what happened here in this bathroom from My Life From Home. We see definite remnants of both contemporary style and farmhouse design elements.
20. XL Wooden Wall Clocks
Find them, buy them, make them; we’ve all seen these XL wooden wall clocks floating around. Those metal roman numerals add to that industrial, mixed-material look that farmhouse style seems to thrive on as well. Take a minute to check out some DIY versions or do a little shopping for this addition!
21. Textural Taupe Nursery
PB&J Babes gives us a gorgeous example of a nursery sprinkled in farmhouse pieces. The colors lay the foundation but the details bring in the transformation. The leather pouff, wooden wall clock, corner ladder and the metal lamp are all the perfect additions.
22. Wooden Trays & Fresh Florals
This is another winning combination. A wooden tray and fresh florals on a dining room table or on the coffee table in the living room make for a fun, contrasting accent. Thanks for the extra inspiration The Picket Fence Projects!
23. Antique Jar Vases
Antique jars are good to utilize if you’re aiming for farmhouse style too. Use them as vases or organization. These cuties from Bless’er House could inspire a lot of easy DIY projects.
24. Metal Wall Planters
Similar to the metal wall baskets, these metal wall planters can bring in that same edgy, country charm to the patio. Liz Marie steals the show with this trendy welcome.
25. Spa Style
Laboer Magazin combines spa style with farmhouse feels in this bathroom. There’s definitely a luxurious element to this space, but it’s still functional and realistic enough o place inside a family home.
26. Cotton Arrangements
If you’re looking for some small, more unique elements to place around the house, take notes from Etsy. Cotton arrangements in any nook or cranny will definitely help pull in more of a farmhouse quality. And we really love this wall design in particular!
27. Creamy Bedroom Tones
Cedar Hill Farmhouse showcased an entire bedroom farmhouse style. The creamy tones really sets the stage nicely for the wood pieces and metal accents. It creates such nice and welcoming vibe.
28. Relaxed Day Bed
Liz Marie also has this daybed corner featured and we are loving its relaxing charm too. Comfy, cozy and full of touchable texture this certainly acts like the perfect little reading nook for a master bedroom or home office.
29. Porch Planter Boxes
And if you want to hop on over to Liz Marie just one more time, you’ll want to check out these planter boxes! DIY them yourself or find a similar design while out on your shopping adventures, then just change the filling out within the changing of the seasons! From pumpkins to spruces, they’re perfect for the porch.
30. Chevron Accent Wall
Wooden panels coincide nicely with the farmhouse style A chevron paneled wall adds a punch of artistic charm to a style that could sometimes use a bit of polishing.
31. Hallway Details
Making it in the Mountains added some chic wooden pieces to the crisp, white hallway to keep their subtly rustic vision rounded out. Personalize this kind of space even more by adding family photos to some twine. Or hang a green wreath or two as well.
32. Vintage Pitcher Centerpieces
vintage pieces blend nicely with this theme too. Fill up some pitchers – metal or ceramic – with some fresh locals. Baby’s breath and peonies are our favorites. But then, fill in the cracks around the house -w whether on the side tables or on the kitchen island. Take a hint from Rooms For Rent!
33. Natural Cut Headboard
Another way to use the wood panels would be to create a headboard for your bed with some! With this particular design from My Domaine, we get a more natural style since the cuts aren’t as precise or polished. And the wooden texture against whit walls is always a bold winner.
34. Sliding Barn Door
Barn doors are an obvious choice when it comes to farmhouse design.Have it installed by a pro or use the countless DIYs we see online to jazz up your dining room or kitchen.
35. Open Shelving
Open shelving also helps bring about a certain amount of rustic charm – especially when the shelves are wooden. The Mountain View Cottage shared this peek into their kitchen and it’s become a beautiful bout of inspiration for farmhouse goals. And look at the other materials used, greens, metal and more!
36. Stairwell Gallery Wall
Your gallery wall can be inspired by this specific style as well. Just make sure every piece adds an element that fits the farmhouse bill. That’s what we see in this space we found hanging around on Littlevintagenest.
37. Benched Entryway
Entryways should be warm, welcoming and functional too- especially for a family! MisDIY showcased this quaint and simple benched entrance we love. It’s impossibly easy to recreate too with its blend of modern and rustic charm.
38. Bright White Dining Room
Bright whites paired with light woods can be such a beautiful duo. And that’s why this dining room from Country Living had us falling in love. We’re particularly inspired by the white-washed table and vintage chandelier combination.
39. Metal Lazy Susan
Piper Classics serves up this metal, lazy Susan that could also be a new farmhouse-inspired accent for your home. Super functional, versatile and stylish, it can help out in a lot of spots around the house. The kitchen, home office, playroom or even in the bathroom; all of those nooks could use its help!
40. Holiday Nook
And finally, City farm House brings us another farmhouse-inspired nook filled with pieces to swoon for. But this one has a holiday theme -making it an even more cozy and fun spot to love!
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