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How to Bring Farmhouse Style Into Your Kitchen

October 13, 2020

Big and small ways to add country charm on a budget.

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Photo: Christopher Oquendo

Farm Fresh Look

Part of the charm in a true farmhouse is the way old pieces are given new life or new purpose. You can bring cozy comfort to an old table with a fresh coat of chalk paint. Pair with mixed-and-matched chairs, and then top the table with a jar filled with fresh flowers to complete your farmhouse look. 

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Photo: THRASHERphoto/Athens Building Co.

All-Around Farmhouse Feel

Bring farm style inside. This guest house already had the farm location, so Athens Building Co. used old egg baskets found on the property to create a functional, one-of-a-kind fixture over the island.

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Photo: THRASHERphoto/Athens Building Co.

Rustic and Reclaimed

To make a big farmhouse statement in your kitchen, use old wood in places where you might otherwise use drywall or new trim and molding. In this rustic kitchen, the bar or island is covered in reclaimed wood, selected by Athens Building Co. Wood and metal stools complete the effect.

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Photo: Janna Allbritton, Yellow Prairie Interior Design

Textured Touches

When bringing in country touches to your kitchen, don't forget about texture, says Texas designer Janna Allbritton with Yellow Prairie Interior Design. Kitchens are full of hard surfaces, so adding texture by using baskets and plants is always a welcome relief from the sleek and shiny. 

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