Farmhouse Style Decorating

Farmhouse style decorating is growing in popularity and it’s easy to see why. The casual comfort of farmhouse style lends itself well to today’s busy lifestyles. As our world changes with technological evolution, something within us yearns for the simple times of yesteryear. Farmhouse style decorating is the perfect way to satiate that need for good old-fashioned simplicity. Today I’m sharing examples of farmhouse style from my home and the homes of some of my blogging friends. (Please pin photos from the original source.)

Farmhouse Dining Table - Rooms for RentBre at Rooms for Rent recently updated her dining room with a beautiful farmhouse table.

Other farmhouse elements in her room include a simple bench, plates on the wall, and a large wooden dough bowl on the buffet. Such a beautiful room, don’t you think?

 

Farmhouse Style Guest Bedroom - Liz Marie BlogLiz Marie includes farmhouse style decorating with a framed seed sack in her guest bedroom at Liz Marie Blog. A simple dresser hosts a vintage scale and glass jugs.

 

Farmhouse Table by AKA DesignI love the mix of modern and country in Shannon’s dining room at AKA Design.

She put her own personal and creative twist on the room by adding these gorgeous Eiffel chairs.

 

Farmhouse Style Family Room - City FarmhouseFarmhouse style decorating is evident throughout Jen’s house at City Farmhouse.

Her farmhouse inspired family room is perfect evidence that you can enjoy a farmhouse in the city.

 

Old Farmhouse Door in Baby Nursery - Thoughts from AliceHere’s a farmhouse I absolutely adore! It belongs to Alice over at Thoughts of Alice.

She shares the beautiful imperfections of her vintage farmhouse and I love every square inch of it!

 

French Farmhouse Kitchen - From My Front Porch to YoursHave you seen the French farmhouse kitchen renovation by Pamela at From My Front Porch to Yours? You’ll see lots of farmhouse style decorating in this stunning kitchen when you visit it.

 

Farmhouse Style Master Bedroom - Finding Silver PenniesDanielle’s master bedroom at Finding Silver Pennies has many farmhouse style decorating elements.

Distressed furniture and curtains for closet doors lend casual comfort to her pretty bedroom.

 

Farmhouse Style Dining Room - Ella Claire InspiredWhat’s not to love about Kristen’s farmhouse dining room at Ella Claire Inspired?

The hutch has classic farmhouse appeal!

 

Christmas-Dining-Room at Yellow Bliss RoadAnother gorgeous farmhouse dining room, is this one decked out for Christmas by Kristin at Yellow Bliss Road. Don’t you just love her beautiful hutch?

 

Open Shelving in a Farmhouse KitchenFinally, I’ll leave you with my kitchen that has farmhouse style decorating in the form of open shelving, white bead board, a built-in hutch, and no upper cabinets. My house is about 140 years old and I’ve tried to keep it as vintage as possible.

 

For more farmhouse inspiration … visit my Farmhouse Style Flipboard magazine!

Farmhouse Style Flipboard Magazine

 

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  1. I love the open shelving. I’ve been thinking of doing that in my little kitchen because I don’t have a lot of space. I do love the casual comfy feel of farmhouse style.

  2. I love anything that is warm, friendly, and has memories with it. I nearly cried when I saw the pic with curtains on the closet doors!!! My childhood home, built in 1880 had no closets, my dad built them at the ends of the rooms with no doors. Who could afford to buy doors??? So we had pretty curtains on rods, and I love that look even today…….

  3. They are all so beautiful. It is true…. simplicity always seems to be the most comforting! Thanks for sharing… have a great weekend!

  4. I am drawn to the simple elegance and honesty in farmhouse style. Living in a dark arts and crafts bungalow I crave these airy rooms but must live vicariously through blogs and magazines because our home is designated heritage and we must maintain it in its original style. Your kitchen is wonderful! I love white ironstone and enamelware. I collect these for my kitchen too.

  5. I love the look of open shelving but cannot stand the thought of dirty, greasy dishes above the snow! Sorry~

  6. “Stove”

  7. Thank you so much for including my bedroom! I love Farmhouse style. I love your home so much, Jennifer, and love all the homes you’ve shared.

  8. Lovely post Jennifer! I don’t think I can ever get enough farmhouse decorating inspiration. Thanks for including me here! Such an honor.

  9. We are aiming at Farmhouse style in our new home, because just like you said warm and simple. I know I don’t always comment but I Love coming to your Blog and seeing what you have been up to in your Beautiful Farmhouse. They really are a Labor of Love~

    Have a Great Week end Jennifer!!
    Huggs, Nancy

  10. Love it love it love it all, Jennifer! A yummy farmhouse table truly sets the stage in a farmhouse kitchen, and open shelving adds so much charm! Thank you for sharing all of these beautiful homes with us! Now….I’m off to visit your flipboard magazine!!! :)

    Hugs!

    xoxo laurie

  11. Luv it Jennifer. The harkening back to a simpler time… the beauty in using useful things as décor. It all speaks to me, of home…

  12. Thank you Jennifer!!! Beautiful post:). Have a fantastic Sunday!
    Jen

  13. Beautiful rooms and homes! I’m loving the farmhouse look – I still don’t know for sure how to categorize my own style – I just do what I love and hope it all works :)

  14. Beautiful photos and inspiration Jennifer.
    xx
    Anne

  15. Thanks so much Jen for including me in your lovely post on farmhouse decor. My favorite style, and such beautiful rooms you featured!!! XO ~Bre

  16. I’m keeping this post open – so I can come back later and look at every picture all over again – just beautiful – all of them !
    Coming by via Savvy Southern Style –
    XOX

  17. What’s better than a little farmhouse chippy goodness? Love your kitchen – I would love more open shelves – more room to display all of my hoards (I mean collections)!
    Kelly

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