Farmhouse Interior Design – 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!
Table of Contents
- Best DIY Rustic Farmhouse Interior Design Ideas
- Natural Wood Dining Room Table
- Hidden Seating
- Modern-Touched Playroom
- Girlish Home Office
- Laundry Room
- Contemporary Blend Bathroom
- Woven Bar Stools
- Relaxed Day Bed
- Benched Entryway
- Make for the Hand-Hewn
- Get Industrial
- Unique Kitchen Surfaces
- Warm & Welcome Floors
- Rustic Touches
- Simple Elegance
- Entryway Gallery Wall
Best DIY Rustic Farmhouse Interior Design Ideas
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.
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.
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.
Girlish Home Office
We were able to peek into this home office too! 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.
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.
Nicely add a southern charm and extra bout of personalization, don’t you think?
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.
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-style kitchen or rustic wet bar. They’re versatile too as they’re able to fit inside more feminine or masculine of spaces.
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.
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.
Make for the Hand-Hewn
The farmhouse-modern look is all about the perfectly imperfect. This white rough-hewn wood barn door-an unexpected addition to a spacious farmhouse guest room along with the poured-concrete floors and railing-thin metal bed frames reference dexterous handwork.
Consider mixing these elements within one space for a sleek-meets-salvaged look that’s polished and unfussy all at once.
The kitchen is a prime place to play out this look. With polished materials such as Carrara marble countertops and glazed subway tiles as a base, accents with a rougher quality—think farmhouse stools and industrial pendants—give the space that homey, country feel we love.
Unique Kitchen Surfaces
Southern meets Swedish in the kitchen with blue gingham fabric and whimsical carved-wood pulls.
Mike Puopolo made the concrete kitchen counters with white sand for a light hue. Bethany chose the chandelier in the dining area for its pale blue hue.
Warm & Welcome Floors
“In lieu of wood floors, Mike and I randomly laid all colors of slate dug from our land, making the house feel more connected to the outdoors” — Bethany Puopolo
The slate found in a quarry on their property lies atop a radiant-heat grid to create continuous flooring.
Barn builders used post-and-beam construction in rough-hewn yellow pine. Linen curtains with vintage trim add elegance to the rustic room.
This bedroom’s Gustavian bed is framed by an upholstered cornice and draperies. Instead of drywall, Bethany paneled the bedroom with charming board-and-batten and painted it Fanfare by Benjamin Mooore.
Entryway Gallery Wall
You’ve probably seen these amazing looking gallery walls in magazines but figured you had to be certified in interior decor to get one that looks half as good as this. Think again. This DIY gallery wall looks amazing and is sure to be the perfect accent for the room you just were not sure what to do with.
This DIY idea looks super in an entryway or at the top of your stairs, but can pretty much go anywhere in the house. Pallet signs, quotes, old antique looking items all come together to make a charming vintage statement for your walls.