Obviously there are all kinds of “farmhouse” decorating styles. Today we’ll look at a French farmhouse-style cottage.
This is your typical little cottage bungalow. A white house with a nice front porch surrounded by trees.
It doesn’t get much more inviting than this. There’s a beautiful seating area with curtains giving it a cozy feminine touch. Lots of texture here as eye candy.
Upon entering the house there is a vintage dresser in the entryway. It is layered and styled very nicely.
A white couch in the living room surrounded by varying shades of neutral.
In the corner is a weathered vintage box stuffed with pillows. And behind that is an old ladder to layer throws and blankets on.
An antique table houses the liquor and ice bucket with pretty spring branches brought in from outdoors.
A glimpse into the dining room.
A rustic farmhouse table is paired with more elegant French-style chairs. I like the settee added in for interest and extra seating.
A white kitchen with modern appliances and a herringbone tiled floor.
A rustic island sits ready for chopping vegetables or fruit when preparing a meal.
And lots of vintage kitchen decor. Books and such are corralled in a vintage box. The natural style of the shelves lend a rustic farmhouse look.
Worn copper pots and vintage cutting boards enhance the color of the barnwood shelves.
The bedroom too is layered in various shades of white and beige. The bed has the slightly rumpled look that is popular.
A modern white bathroom with a tub I could surely sink into at the end of a long day of gardening!
The back outdoor area is a delight with two levels of cozy seating to accommodate friends and family.
And what’s a modern farmhouse without an area for the chickens? A nicely built chicken coop houses the chickens and is surrounded by gravel.
Do you like this style of cottage? Which elements of this home are your favorites?