Dining room has been evolved through times. Once a room where family eats dinner, this has been an important space for family gathering as well as for entertaining guests. This is also the very reason why farmhouse style is preferred to bring warmth yet stylish atmosphere all the time. And these ideas are too cute.
1. Rustic Details
Farmhouse dining room needs a thick addition on rustic elements. This one features raw finished wooden table which is a match to the window frame. It goes perfectly with the earth tones in the room. A little green and grey are added to complete the look, making it fresh and casual at the same time. The mason jar pendant lights are just the right last element to add.
2. The 1890’s Feeling
The dining room features the 19th century chairs in American style, and a pedestal dining table in English style. This set is then paired with a real farmhouse cupboard as storage and decoration. The surrounding wall is painted in timid white, which is the most common color in a farm house. The entire look is now topped with the industrial pendant light.
3. Lively Upholstery
While this dining room basically features the normal furniture for a farmhouse dining, it has a twist on it as well. The vintage rustic dining table is paired with French style chairs in different upholstery. While it looks consistent, it also looks so alive and cheerful at the same time. The room looks elegant while casual somehow while the globe pendant lights add sophistication as well.
4. White Dining Room
Even though the provided space isn’t much, this dining room doesn’t fail to impress on any level. The dining table and chairs are finished in white, matching the majority of the room palette. Earth tones are added to create real feel and look of a farmhouse dining along with greeneries. However the modern chandelier keeps the room updated and fresh.
5. Earth for Décor
We should love the rather modern chair, wooden block dining table, and chalkboard behind it. It gives a real atmosphere of farmhouse style with a slight of modern touch. However, this room is more about the earth tones on the table and chair linen, and the earth products added here and there as decoration. It is very clever and stunning at the same time.
6. Wood and Rattan Domination
Nothing beats the farmhouse look brought by the wooden and rattan elements on this room. The table is so rustic, while the rattan chairs only amplify the farmhouse style. It looks modest, simple, and natural. The mirror is a perfect item to help in bringing the light in, and we can’t hate the flash mounted lights that bring a sense of modern touch in the room.
7. Grey Gardens Like
The dining area looks totally charming and more colorful than the usual farmhouse dining room. The dining room is centered with a tole chandelier. This vintage looking light makes a perfect match to the oak floor. There are four wooden and rattan chairs surrounding the pedestal dining table. On the background, the old looking pot rack completes the farmhouse look.
8. Warm Farmhouse Dining
While taking only a small corner of the kitchen, this farmhouse dining room already has the bright hue from those windows. Combining a dining nook and a retreat eating area, this dining room features banquette L shaped chair, two rattan chairs, and a pedestal table. A rug and throw pillows are added to complete warm and cozy look of the brown and white palette.
9. Expose the Beam
This dining room has a different and unique farmhouse look. While the table and chairs are totally warm and welcoming, the highlight of this room is on the beam. Its wooden beam is amplified by finishing the ceiling in white. It makes a contrasting look on the wooden beam, which makes a thicker feeling and atmosphere of a country house.
10. Going Vintage
Everything in this room is vintage while it remains thick in farmhouse style as well. Thanks to the entire furniture, this can’t be in any other style. A wooden butcher dining table is surrounded by vintage wooden chairs and a couple of parson’s chair with soft cushion and button tufted. The wall décor also uses vintage frames, so this room feels so nostalgic.
11. Calm Colors
To create a farmhouse looking dining room, you need to put subtle colors on the palette. From wooden to leaves colors, you also need muted ones like off white, grey, and other natural earth tones you can find around. While it looks more natural to bring inside, your dining room will infuse calm and modest atmosphere. No one will refuse a long tea time here.
12. Simple and Muted
A farmhouse dining room is more about being close to the surrounding look. White hue is just as important, and the addition of neutral palette is crucial. This dining room features wooden dining table. It is then paired with wooden chairs finished in white, making a match for the tablewares, lining, and flowers. A little green on the table puts a balance, while we will love the rattan plate mate.
13. Mix and Match
While the rustic wooden table is totally a charm, we can’t forget that the room also features two kinds of chairs with farmhouse look. One is more modern, making a consistent detail to accompany the chandeliers above. The combination infuses modern touch on this totally farmhouse looking dining room without being a contrast to the earthy tones.
14. Modern Touch
This dining area is small and is located in already bright space. It helps in highlighting the natural look of the room. The wooden table is on point for a farmhouse style, and the flowers and bread only add the aesthetic side. Its fun and modern twist is derived from the wooden chairs finished in black, making a perfect match to the pendant lights above.
15. Unique and Cozy
It features a long rustic wooden table that is usually matched with simple bench. Only this time, it is paired with wooden chairs with x detail on the back. It is also matched with a banquette seat on the background with pillows for cozy seating. The metal details add contrast to the white and earth tones, making it a bright and inviting space for the family.