Redecorating gives you the ability to transform your atmosphere, no matter where you're located. Case in point: You don't need to own a farm to enjoy the welcoming, charming décor of one. From weathered wood tables to the inviting spindle-back chairs, nothing says home sweet home better than a farmhouse dining room.
Keep It Airy
Real farmhouses are filled with fresh air and tons of natural light. Keep things light and airy via blonde wood details, bright white walls, tons of windows, and delicate details.
If your home is lacking natural light, paint your walls a warm white paint color, which will brighten up your space and mimic the sun's glow.
Load Up On Textures
Finishing touches make all the difference in any space. While farmhouse might be at the core of this design, textural elements elevate the look to new heights. The exposed wood beams, layered table settings, long curtains, upholstered seating, and a medley of fresh blooms make this dining room blend comfort and sophistication with ease.
Try An Achromatic Color Palette
Farmhouse decor can be approached in so many ways, creating a totally unique look in every setting. While some may choose to do farmhouse in a rainbow of hues, this achromatic approach proves to be equally gorgeous. The black and white color palette, accompanied by wooden accents proves to be chic, but still rustic at its core.
Utilize Your Kitchen Space
We're big fans of a formal dining room, but this kitchen setup is what farmhouse décor dreams are made of. The white marble countertop contrasted by the industrial-inspired stools is inviting—just how the farmhouse style was designed to be. And don't even get us started on the color of those cabinets.
Be Mindful Of Seating
Using mismatched chairs at the dining room table is such a farmhouse décor move. We love how this dining room features two varieties of chairs that share the same blonde wood tone. It feels cohesive, but not too uniform.
Don't Be Afraid To Go Glam
The beauty of the farmhouse style is it has a certain eclectic undertone—anything goes when it comes to decorating. This statement chandelier hanging above the dining table is usually designed with luxurious seashells, but this rope version feels equally glamorous, and looks right at home in this farmhouse-inspired space.