Farmhouse Living Rooms That Will Make You Feel Cozy

While the farmhouses of old often featured low ceilings and cramped rooms, today’s farmhouse-inspired living rooms are built for 21st century lifestyles. A cozy, livable mix of past and present, modern farmhouse living rooms often feature white walls, vaulted ceilings, copious windows, decorative ceiling beams, shiplap walls, barn doors, vintage-style lighting, and neutral palettes. With a focus on natural materials like wood, metal, as well as stone. These homey rooms often feature a layout that is organized around a central fireplace.

Whether you’re renovating an authentic Colonial farmhouse or outfitting a new build with nostalgic vintage features and decorative accents. Check out these living rooms that will inspire you to add some timeless farmhouse charm to your modern interior.

1. Add Moody Paint

This modern farmhouse living room from Mindy Gayer Design Co. uses matte black paint on the fireplace and wall of open storage. That add a grounding note in a room with soaring ceilings as well as pale wood exposed beams. The room is accessorized with accents like a pair of landscape paintings on the mantel, as well as an upright piano that adds a homey touch.

2. Add Some Pattern

This historic Westchester, New York farmhouse from interior designer Kara Mann has wrap-around windows in the living room flanked by patterned curtains that can be drawn at night for a cozier feel.

3. Use Raw Materials

This farmhouse living room from Leanne Ford Interiors features a chunky wood mantel as well as large stone fireplace facade with a raw. Minimalist look that is offset with dark ceiling beams as well as hardwood floors, as well as a mix of neutral-toned furnishings and decor.

4. Accessorize with Color

This modern farmhouse living room from Victoria Bell Design has dark ceiling beams. Pale neutral walls and furnishings, as well as a few pops of bright color on the throw pillows as well as wall art that give it a contemporary feel.

5. Mix Rich Wood with Cool Stone

This farmhouse-style living room from Ashley Montgomery Design mixes rich wood tones on the ceiling beams, mantel, flooring, and furniture. With pale walls and gray stone fireplace for a mixture of warm and cool tones that makes the room feel balanced and timeless.

6. Make It Loft Style

This open plan kitchen and living room from Brexton Cole Interiors is a contemporary spin on the modern farmhouse aesthetic. With a navy fireplace, sculptural furnishings, As well as vintage-inspired lighting.

7. Add Dark Wood Accents

Jenn Pablo Studio created a modern farmhouse feel in a Spanish Modern Revival home in Palm Springs. By adding a decorative tile accent to the fireplace as well as white painted shiplap. That contrasts with the dark wood mantel.

8. Build It In

This new build living room from KG Designs has an open plan living, dining, and kitchen. With touches like rustic wood ceiling beams, shiplap walls, as well as black metal accents. That conjure up a contemporary notion of farmhouse style.

9. Highlight the Ceiling Beams

Jenn Pablo Studio brought some farmhouse inspired vibes to a modern Spanish Revival home in Palm Springs by highlighting the ceiling beams. With an oversized vintage-style light fixture as well as comfortable furnishings.

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