By creating a Farmhouse-style living room, we will get a beautiful impression with a warm atmosphere. The Farmhouse-style living room can be used as a small room or large room. The style is very suitable for every room condition.
Although the farmhouse displays a typical rural atmosphere, this concept can also be applied to those in urban areas. Making a Farmhouse-style living room that can be used as a new style that you can apply to a room that is often used as a family gathering room.
1. Open-Concept Farmhouse Living Room
Farmhouse style doesn’t always have to look rustic. In fact, many homeowners are taking turn-of-the-century homes and opening up the interior to shed natural light into their space. This room by Jennifer Robbins Interiors shows how an open concept living and dining area, complete a glass-paned wall, modernizes a traditional closed-in approach. Comfortable furnishings, industrial light fixtures, and vertical shiplap give this space a farmhouse feel that is not over-the-top.
2. Eclectic Farmhouse Living Room
Farmhouse style is very adaptable and can be combined easily with many other home decor trends. An art deco mirror and cellular shades pair with horizontal shiplap and a Persian rug to make this living room by Judith Balis Interiors both traditional and transitional. Add a modern sofa and coffee table for a clean look that’s appealing to the eye.
3. Traditional Farmhouse Living Room
Farmhouse style is all about relaxed simplicity and comfort. So, you don’t have to go big with ceilings and expensive materials to nail the look. This room, designed by Bartlett, opts for comfort over an open airy feel. The low ceilings bring warmth to a cold winter evening and relaxed, yet elegant, furnishings offer a “sink right in” feel. The updated barn board fireplace, complete with reclaimed timbers, further accentuates the traditional nature of the room.
4. Monochromatic Farmhouse Living Room
A contemporary-style living room can be transformed into a chic farmhouse retreat by incorporating shipments around the fireplace, reclaimed timber beams, and tonal furniture and accessories. In fact, almost any room (yes, even those with an 80s vibe) can be given a farmhouse by adding just a few details. This modern Sophie Metz farmhouse living room from a designer is both sophisticated and comfortable.
Those are some interesting farmhouse living room decorating ideas that you can try to create comfortable nuances in your home.