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Farmhouse style is the perfect blend of modern and rustic that is clean and yet homely. It takes traditional country style and adds contemporary touches. What’s more, you don’t have to live on a farm or even in the countryside to get the farm fresh look in your home. If you’re looking to add a sense of warmth, personality, and character with a hint of minimalism, adding just a touch of farmhouse interior design throughout your home. Here are a few of the most popular trends to get you started! 

1. Choose paint color:

Set the tone for your farmhouse look with warm shades from a neutral color palette. Soft beiges, creamy whites, light chestnuts, or even modern grays are the perfect colors to create that cozy, calming ambiance that’s key to nailing this style.

2. Incorporate natural elements

Life on the farm is all about getting in tune with nature. Wooden floors and furniture and natural textiles will help infuse your space with the serenity that characterizes the farmhouse look. Don’t forget a few touches of greenery to add some life to your design. The verdure botanicals add interest to space and visually tie areas together.

3. Decorate with vintage accessories

One of the defining features of a farmhouse-style home is the antique furniture for a unique and authentic feel. Vintage furniture can help you add some history to your home. Whether you find an old hutch for your dining room or a simple vintage crate with old books for your coffee table vignette, antique items are an easy way to transition the decorations in each room into the farmhouse style. Remember to mix and match modern furniture with vintage finds for a unique look to avoid the house looking outdated. 

4. Other ideas for decorating your home to farmhouse style

  • Barnboard: Not just for the farm anymore, barn doors are sliding into farmhouse decorating schemes too. Not only do they cry out with rustic style, but they also look wonderfully organic and take up less foot space.
  • Slipcovers: Casual and practical, slipcovers can help lend a relaxed and soft feeling to a room. They’re not necessarily cheaper than reupholstering pieces, but the advantage is that you can take them off and wash them whenever you need them. You can also put slipcovers on wood dining chairs to create a soft new look.
  • Wicker and rattan: A little of these materials can go a long way. Some wicker baskets or a rattan chair connect with the outdoors and help create a country feel. Think about including a piece or two in your space.
  • Hang a porch swing: No farmhouse is complete without a hanging swing chair on the front porch (if you have one). Keeping the seat natural wood and using a strong rope to secure the seat to the porch roof. Layer the swing seat up with plenty of cozy textures and cushions. If you don’t have a lot of space a wooden rocking chair will look the part too.
  • Rugs: Rugs are an easy thing to switch out, or add in if you don’t already have them. Take out the older styles and patterns, and add in a neutral rug. Then put them under tables, in your living room, hallways, etc. You will instantly lighten and brighten your room and start to get that farmhouse feel.

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