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.)
Bre 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?
Liz 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.
I 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.
Her farmhouse inspired family room is perfect evidence that you can enjoy a farmhouse in the city.
She shares the beautiful imperfections of her vintage farmhouse and I love every square inch of it!
Have 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.
Danielle’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.
What’s not to love about Kristen’s farmhouse dining room at Ella Claire Inspired?
The hutch has classic farmhouse appeal!
Another 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?
Finally, 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!
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