Hello everyone! I have a treat for you today. Design Shuffle is doing a guest post here to share ways you can incorporate a little bit of farmhouse style into your decor. Hope you enjoy it!
Hello, everyone! I'm Mari from Design Shuffle, a social networking site for interior designers and design enthusiasts. It's a fabulous place to find lots of decorating ideas. As a writer for Design Shuffle, I get to visit lovely blogs like The Essence of Home to share some of my favorite rooms.
Today we're going to talk about interesting ways to add just a touch of farmhouse to interior spaces. There is something so special about this grounded, comfortable style, especially the current trend toward merging contemporary and modern with farmhouse. Just about any space can be made more appealing with a touch of farmhouse. Please enjoy!
This renovated brownstone is a beautiful blend of big city living and farmhouse charm. With a skirted farmhouse sink and rustic open shelves, the light-filled airy kitchen looks out to the adjoining living space.
A lovely eclectic living/dining space is a seamless combination of modern and farmhouse styles. What looks to be original flooring and beautiful reclaimed wood on the wall creates the perfect setting for modern Panton chairs, slipcovered seating and contemporary pendant lights.
Who knew what lovely design companions a rustic farmhouse table and Mid-Century chairs could be? It seems opposites do attract--in the hands of a master of interior design.
This fantastic kitchen design ticks all my modern farmhouse boxes. From the dark wood floors to the beautiful whitewashed beamed ceiling. Space, functionality and style—what more could a kitchen offer?
From modern farmhouse, we move to a space that's big on traditional farmhouse style with the unexpected twist of a freestanding soaking tub in the bedroom.
This lovely bedroom is part traditional, part vintage and all colorful style for a fresh take on farmhouse.
A contemporary bath with a farmhouse feel in the deep soaking tub is all about an expansive view of the surrounding countryside.
Lastly, we can't talk about farmhouse, traditional or modern, without including one iconic decorative element—the vintage quilt. In this pretty bedroom design, one of these beauties has been turned into a charming headboard. Aren't the colors simply wonderful? Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Thanks for stopping by!
~ Kelly ~