Farmhouse Style Ideas

Farmhouse style is hotter than it’s ever been. With a nod to the past, but one foot firmly in the present, farmhouse style is one that speaks to all kinds of people. And despite it having certain common characteristics, it’s definitely not a one-size-fits-all type of look. Check out these wildly different examples of farmhouse style living rooms.

While farmhouse style is often equated with the word ‘rustic’, this room by Jennifer Robbins Interiors proves that it doesn’t have to be the case. Comfortable furnishings, country-style light fixtures, and vertical shiplap give this open concept space a farmhouse feel without any overly rustic details.

Farmhouse style is very adaptable and can be combined easily with many other styles. In this farmhouse living room by Judith Balis Interiors there’s a strong connection to both traditional and transitional styles thanks to the Persian rug and modern sofas.

Farmhouse style has its roots in old country homes and stone cottages. This room by Kelly and Co. Design embraces all the old attributes such as exposed stone walls and wood ceilings and brings them into present day with clean lined furniture and modern technology.

A room doesn’t have to be historic to embrace farmhouse style. This new build home from Tom Meany Architect embraces some of the hallmarks of the style such as vaulted “barn-style” ceilings and a large stone fireplace to create a modern home with many of the comforts of a classic farmhouse.

Who says a farmhouse living room can’t have a little hint of luxury? This farmhouse living room staged by The Source Room has all the classic comfy and rustic elements, but the elegant tufted sofa adds an unexpected (but very welcome!) hint of elegance.