Are you strongly moved by the farmhouse style that you got to see at the magazine that you were reading the other day? If so then you can go for it. Well redecorating your entire house and mix the farmhouse style can become a little challenging. But there is a way out to it! You can use the walls of your house instead to get that farmhouse style.
Earlier the terms "modern" and "farmhouse" might have once seemed like opposites, but this combination of design styles is now trending in a big way.
Yes, you heard it right!
This style has now become a new trend! This is the reason why you can see so much of the farmhouse style in your magazine. Mix matching your furniture and getting the wooden touch on your wall can beautifully bring out that rustic look to your house that you are longing for. Searches for "modern farmhouse" began rising in late 2014, with no sign of coming to a halt. Harnessing country elements with a contemporary spin, modern farmhouse decor blends neutral color palettes, and natural materials to create a timeless look that's bursting with character.
Whether you're looking for a modified take on the farmhouse kitchen or a cozy rust-inspired living room, this style sits perfectly. With the implication of these styles to your living room, you can balance between old and new. We'll show you and make you understand how to nurture your love for modern farmhouse decor with tricks that put a fresh spin on rustic details.
Fall in love with wooden shelves
If you are thinking of revamping the wall of your living room then you can give that wooden touch to your walls. You can use wooden wall shelves display for both practical and personal items.
Rustic cupboard and shelves in your kitchen
You can create vintage style kitchen cabinets to store your items in your kitchen. To add more drama to it you can showcase a collection of blue and white dishware. Now you can get that farmhouse style look into your kitchen as well. Furthermore, you can also have a vintage touch to your kitchen spice rack. You can use copper containers to store your spices. To create a more farmhouse style you can use copper utensils. Speaking of copper cookware, you can have open cabinets also double as a design element when will show off your stunning copper cookware items.
Do you know that Buffalo-checked tablecloth fabric adds texture to the vintage kitchen? You can't imagine a sweeter way to dress up unsightly larger appliances, like dishwashers. Well, you can use wall shelves with towel bar to do it.
Mix and match your bedroom
If you are planning to get a farmhouse wall decoration for your new home, then you can try this idea for your bedroom. To give that farmhouse feel you can combine stone walls high, wooden-beamed ceilings, and bright patterned print. If you are tight on budget then you can simply use stone walls arts to get that feeling.
Display your talents
If you still running out of ideas, then you can display your arts on your wall. But you must be thinking that this can ruin the entire farmhouse and rustic décor look of the room. Well, this problem can be resolved by using wooden hanging photo frames to display your beautiful paintings.
Shelves nestled between the pre-existing support beams make for the ideal spot to stash knickknacks and antiquing treasures. This can become the focal point of your room.
Revamp your library
If you are fond of books and want to have a library of your own, then you can install a floor-to-ceiling bookcase on the barn that can hold a collection of vintages' children's books.
Your imperfect wall décor on the perfect wall
How about an old wagon wheel with just the tiniest leftover of spokes suspends above your fireplace in your rustic living room? Nothing can seem more perfect wall décor idea than this. To further enhance it you can replace your regular wall shelves with rustic wall shelves.
You can try out these ideas to decorate your ideas and make them magazine-ready.