It’s hard to tire of beautiful farmhouse décor. Whether used in your kitchen, living room or bedroom, there is a warmth or comfort about the simple yet luxurious style of farmhouse furniture.
One way to introduce a more modern take on the classic farmhouse style is by adding a trestle dining table. A trestle table with legs at each end allows for more room at the corners (making it ideal for large family dinners) and is the perfect accompaniment for a stunning dining bench, another farmhouse style favourite. The Hoxton Oak Table is a sophisticated piece for any standalone dining room. With the decorative pillar table legs, the elegant table would look stunning paired with upholstered grey dining chairs – the perfect setting for a dinner party with friends.
Coloured painted furniture is another staple for creating a farmhouse style kitchen or dining room. In terms of colour, it doesn’t get better or more elegant than grey, being the perfect colour to blend with gorgeous mid-toned wood and being far more practical for family life than white! A painted farmhouse dining table will create the perfect base for your dining room, and paired with matching chairs creates a simple palette for you to have fun with when it comes to smaller accessories.
Alternatively, to keep your space light, bright and open light, grey-toned wood with a painted white base might be the perfect option. Combining painted furniture and the trestle base trends, one of our Dorset dining room sets may be perfect – our pick would be the large trestle table which comes with the option of a combination of chairs and a bench, or just chairs if you’d prefer.
In terms of décor, there are two ways to go. For a more Texas farmhouse take on farmhouse décor, bold patterns are a fabulous option. A red buffalo check print or white and blue prints you might find on vintage china are a great way of injecting farmhouse décor.
A slightly more classic version of farmhouse style is created with the use of neutral colours. Metal plants with gorgeous green plants or lavender to add a bit of colour to your window sill or the centre of your dining table are simple accessories with a huge impact. Complete the look with lots of texture – a combination of knitted cushions and fur throws for that luxurious finish with metal accents such a metal basket for logs (for an injection of industrial style) makes for a really aesthetic farmhouse finish.
Which room would be your pick to inject farmhouse style into?