Vintage furniture, weathered wood, and lots of earthy vibes are all you need to create a farmhouse dining room without having to own a farm! You can rely on your old wooden table and chair sets, the abundance of lights, and open space to redecorate the dining room into a farmhouse style.
Rather than old-fashioned, farmhouse style is loved across generations, making the idea of a farmhouse dining room timeless and never dies. Enjoy having meals in a stylish yet down-to-earth design and let your guests feel the welcoming vibe.
Let’s start the list with this modern farmhouse dining room look, equipped with the paneled wall in elegant gray color. The use of the monochromatic tone here proves that farmhouse style doesn’t always have to be unfinished woods and works well with a lack of natural light.
This dining room appears in an all-white shade with a strong farmhouse influence through wooden materials, especially the herringbone accent wall that nicely frames the space. It brings the colorless area to life, making it more charming and engaging. And since the rest of the dining area has pretty similar colors, the accent wall is undoubtedly the design’s focal point.
If you are lucky enough to have a backyard with a patio, set the dining room near it and visualize your dream farmhouse style in it. The combination of chairs in different models and the visible beams on the ceiling are completed by the magnificent outdoor view of the vast greenery.
For you, who used to think that black and white are not the color for the farmhouse dining room, this one will definitely change your mind. The combination of black ceiling, white paneled walls, and the all black and white furniture makes up a traditional dining space with modern feels. A must-try if your house doesn’t have any traditional farmhouse style.
Forget flowers for a while; let’s create a romantic farmhouse dining by putting candle centerpieces into your dining room! The long wooden table and the bench are probably the most farmhouse-ish here, but it blends well with the other elements such as metal chairs and even the minimalist lighting above it.
Speaking about vintage décor to complete your farmhouse dining room, you can try this traditional chandelier. In this modern dining design with dark color choice and embossed area rug, the old-fashioned chandelier steals the attention in its own way. Also, to camouflage the low ceiling, use plain white color paint that seamlessly goes with the wall.
The idea of a corner dining room with an L-shaped bench seems to be never out of date. The farmhouse-style bench near the window can be transformed into a dining space just by setting a round table and a pair of chairs! To enhance the traditional look, add a slipcover to the chair.
Window nook makes an ideal space for a farmhouse dining room, accentuated by the DIY lighting that flaunts all your creativity. All that’s left to do is sliding a small table between the seat and spice up the look with patterned pillows in a matching color as the cushions.
In this farmhouse dining, the fireplace plays a prominent role in setting up both traditional and luxurious look. While we’re at it, why don’t you set the chairs and table near the fireplace and highlight them with an area rug? Supported by the abundance of natural light, the room gives a light and airy feel that suits the weekend vibe.
Even though greenery is not included in the farmhouse-style dining room’s main elements, it gives a lot of refreshing looks when you incorporate ones. Spread the greenery all over the corner to add colors to the all-white interior.
Farmhouse and high ceiling make a good team for a lowkey luxurious dining room with wooden benches as the seating. To highlight the height, you can hang a wood beam and entwine some cable lamps around it.
Yet another modern look for a farmhouse dining room, provided by the combination of acrylic chairs and industrial lightings hung from the ceiling. The beamed ceiling, dining table, and flooring material help to preserve the original farmhouse look.
In this traditional farmhouse design, the dining and kitchen are merged into one room. This creates a spacious impression and especially works well in a small house. Each room element represents the farmhouse identity, such as wood, rattan, and white wall.
A multifunctional open space consists of living, dining, and kitchen in the same room with patio access, making a splendid layout for the farmhouse style. The indoor and outdoor area is separated by the glass garage door, a smart addition if you ever need to connect or divide both rooms in no time.
Infuse the minimalist and quirky style for the dining room with patterned pillows and wall décor. This tiny yet pretty dining area is suitable if you live in a small house or a studio that originally doesn’t come with designated dining space.
Rug is probably not a popular choice when decorating a dining room in farmhouse style, but using one to frame the area, making it looks more charming. Just like the picture shows above, the area rug makes a significant difference.
Fusing style and creativity in the chalkboard sliding door only adds uniqueness to the dining room, which has a strong farmhouse influence. Use it to send love to the family members or giving your guests a welcoming note upon their arrival.
Whether it is for a modern design or a traditional one like farmhouse style, an open space that combines dining and living room in a seamless area is an idea that never gets old. To enrich the farmhouse vibe, consider a set of tables and chairs made of solid wood.
The idea of making subway tiles as an accent wall in a farmhouse dining room is not only good but also visually pleasing. Despite its subtle appearance compared to the hay rug and dark wooden beams on the ceiling, it’s still visible.
An empty wall could be a flaw when you want to create an ultimate farmhouse dining room, but a uniquely-shaped mirror décor will do the job. It also marks the side as the accent wall without a contrasting look compared to the neutral-toned wall.
There are two mandatory features for a classic farmhouse style you can adopt for your dining room: large wooden beams and white chairs. By having the other elements channeling those two, you will have this cozy and comfy dining space at home.
Whitewash brick wall can be a distinctive accent for the farmhouse dining room, mostly when equipped with a fireplace. You can add a portable cart that works both as décor and storage space in front of the wall.
For a farmhouse design, reviving old furniture such as wicker chairs will boost the dining room’s appearance. Even amid modern interior, the chairs inevitably stand out and drive all the focus to them.