7 French Farmhouse Designs
Farmhouse interior design includes simple, white and beige tones that resemble a cottage feel. Achieving your own french farmhouse look is easy with these classic country designs using Stikwood.
This entryway enhances natural beauty bringing in natural lightning. Reclaimed Weathered Wood White is used along the arches and ceiling, helping brighten the space. The antique lighted fixture, plants and wooden accents add simple farmhouse touches. This room is sure to turn heads with this stunning design by Jessica Matos!
The rustic look of Reclaimed Weathered Wood paired with white iron stone and a fresh coat of paint turn this dated china cabinet into a farmhouse focal point. Finish it off with potted plants, firewood and ample lighting, this Mary Vitullo design has no shortage of southern charm.
Rustic Bathroom Revamp
Antique accessories and brass hardware are the perfect final touches to this farmhouse bathroom remodel. A Reclaimed Weathered Wood White half wall adds a hint of texture to this otherwise smooth space. Thanks for sharing, Susan!
All White Island
The natural look of Reclaimed Weathered Wood White gives this kitchen island depth and dimension while still sticking with its classic farmhouse feel. The whole room ties together with the addition of seashells, flowers and other wooden elements, thank you, Laura from the Turquoise Home!
Beachy Cottage Dreams
Bring your beach cottage dreams to life with this Hamptons feature wall. The brightness of Hamptons keeps things soft while a knotty alder door and ornate Paris Gate lamp give just the right amount of subtle contrast. Thanks for the inspiration, Michele from Hello Lovely!
Beautiful Before & After
The hanging cage lighting paired with plenty of plush pillows makes this sitting area the perfect place to unwind after a long day. Reclaimed Sierra Silver mimics the wood drawers to tie together this cozy space. Thanks for sharing, Lora!
Country Inspired Dining
By incorporating homemade furniture and DIY wood crate accessories, Jess from The Rugged Home achieves this stunning dining room design. The addition of a Hamptons shiplap wall and a soft color scheme gives this dining room all of the hometown charm and appeals of country living.
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