From bedrooms to kitchens, these simple and rustic rooms inspire.
The elegant kitchen found in this Mississippi barn brings together a variety of farmhouse staples and juxtaposes them with modern amenities. The sliding barn door, exposed beams, and shiplap-covered ceiling are just a few country elements that will never go out of style.
This spacious dining room is situated in the center of a backyard barn designed for hosting parties. It doesn't get more country than that! Exposed beams and wood walls, an antique table, and plaid details add even more rural charm.
The "Z-back" detail on the bathroom cabinets in this Georgia sporting cabin were inspired by barn doors.
The reliably fresh combo of blue and white causes our country hearts to flutter. Infuse this beloved palette into your home with pottery, china, linens, and more colorful accessories.
The X-base design, which dates back to the Middle ages, allows for more room at the corners than standard fixed legs making it ideal for big families and groups.
Every farmhouse needs a farmhouse sink. This Oklahoma home's kitchen features custom cabinetry topped with quartz countertops and complementary subway tile with black grout.
Shelves nestled between the pre-existing support beams make for the perfect spot to stash knickknacks and antiquing treasures.
No particleboard bookshelves could ever stack up to the charm of these vintage peach crates, borrowed from a friend's farm. The 1980s black bamboo chairs hail from a dentist's office.
Who embodies farmhouse style more than Joanna Gaines? In the dining room of the Magnolia House B&B, the HGTV designer added a mantel and the flea market find above the window to draw out the walls a little.
An old wagon wheel with just the tiniest remains of spokes hangs above the fireplace in this rustic living room.
To keep the focus on the green milk paint, these homeowners added a simple pair of antique twin beds and one vintage wool rug.
In a kitchen void of upper cabinetry, the hood is inevitably the center-piece. Dress it accordingly! Copper sheeting, with coordinating straps and rivets, adds age-old warmth.
In this North Carolina farmhouse, antique games adorn the walls of this bedroom while rackets and croquet mallets are used as charming decor.
A red, buffalo-check-print sofa is the statement piece of this Texas farmhouse family room.
In this 18th-century farmhouse, this keeping room beautifully showcases rustic antiques like the vintage over-dyed rug from F.J. Kashanian, the antique blue cabinet, and more heirloom pieces.
This amazing farmhouse-inspired apartment includes a modified picnic table perfect for casual dining and hosting a crowd.
The "art" above the mantel is actually a gate from an old pigpen.
Exposed beams, windows galore, and a big wooden island (with room for all of your cast iron skillets!) contribute to this kitchen's warmth. The light blue accent color, seen on the French doors and island drawers, adds a hint of playfulness.
Flea market finds and houseplants put the finishing touches on this farmhouse-style dining room.
Antique washboards and old-fashioned clothespins add to this bathroom's country charm.
An antique cow poster hangs in the dining room of this house, which had once served as a dairy farm. A barn-wood table set with worn stoneware, flatware, and enamelware is in keeping with the home's comfortable informality.
The owner of this 1902 Victorian farmhouse added a gauzy shower curtain and oversize armoire to give the guest bathroom a country feel.
This narrow attic doubles as a guest room, complete with five antique beds, mismatched quilts and layered rag rugs.
While the yellow butcher-block island serves as a focal point for this space, the dusty gray-blue china cabinet complements it nicely.
In a New York farmhouse, a vintage-style kitchen cabinet was created in Vermont from reclaimed barn wood. It showcases a collection of blue and white dishware.
Texas long-leaf pine floors and an eclectic gallery wall create a stunning canvas in this farmhouse living room.
In this bedroom, cozy patterned linens and a comfy antique chair, add to the sense of place.
A floor-to-ceiling bookcase in the barn holds a collection of vintage children's books on this farm with storybook charm.
New, green cabinets in this old farmhouse kitchen are outfitted to look like they could be the originals.
Humble paintings and an antique wooden bed give this bedroom a country feel.
A new master bathroom looks original, thanks to its apron-front sink with toile skirt; old record cabinets provide storage.
Natural textures and pops of yellow give this neutral bedroom lots of characters.
The owners of this historic Victorian farmhouse honored their daughter's wish for a pink and green bedroom. A graphic heart sheet set gives the antique quilt a fresh look.
Distressed wood beams draw the eye to the ceiling in this airy yet cozy space.
An old footed tub, updated with new fittings, is situated to take in a view of the Texas Hill Country.
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