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Are you ready to implement boho farmhouse design in your home? We have lots of inspiration to show you, but before we get into the boho farmhouse living room decorating ideas, we want to give you a quick refresher.

What is boho farmhouse design?

Bohemian farmhouse design, or boho farmhouse design, is the combination of the two trends. They are quite similar, so it’s relatively easy to combine the two styles together.

Boho vs. Farmhouse Design

Both bohemian and farmhouse design are very reliant on white, light, and airy colors. Tans, creams, whites, light yellows, and similar shades are all fundamental baselines for the different rooms in your home. 

Both styles are accented by greens in the form of plants and blues in the form of smaller decor, such as pillow covers, picture frames, and sometimes curtains for windows. Unfinished or unstained wood, deep browns, textured pots for plants, and pictures, as well as sketches and more, are shared by both styles. Finally, they both thrive on open furniture, whether it’s open shelves or cabinets. 

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It’s important to remember that some living rooms will lean more towards farmhouse style while some lean towards bohemian design. It won’t always be a 50-50 split!

We won’t make you wait any longer. Here are 11 inspiring bohemian farmhouse living room decor ideas.

The Soho Boho Apartment

Brick Boho Apartment

The most common area for bohemian farmhouse living rooms is likely in a city, and what better city to start out in than New York City itself? New York combines more elements of boho than farmhouse design, but the two are essentially synonymous. Leafy plants, funky lighting, wall art, and a desk that overlooks the city are sure signs of Soho gettin’ boho.

The Family Setting

Living Room with Bright Green Fireplace

From one extreme to another, here’s a home with elements of bohemian and farmhouse style. The shag rug and palm tree are pretty clear indicators here. We will say that this is a much more modern rendition of the boho farmhouse style. The bookcases and most of the wood here is furnished to establish a vintage feel, which is appropriate. Boho style was quite prevalent in the 1960s!

The Spinny Wheel

Funky living room with suspended chair

This is quite the fun chair, don’t you think? Long with a plethora of unfinished wood, shag blankets, and an abundance of color on the walls and from the pillows, this is a near-perfect representation of the bohemian farmhouse style.

The Country Style Bohemian Living Room

Country Style Boho Living Room

Coming out to the country means you need to adapt your style. So, why not add in some style in the rug, and a DIY lamp stand? Sounds good to me! And, just for good measure, throw a deer’s head on the wall. This is a far cry from the NYC style boho room we saw! We love the unique look.

The 50/50 Split

Living Room with TV and Hanging Lights

This farmhouse living room is the closest fifty-fifty split we’ve seen when combining farmhouse and bohemian styles together. The wicker basket, old grains in a pot, bookcases, and small coffee tables in the middle are indicative of both styles. Then, to really top it off, we have a small bean bag and a large, wood-burning fireplace. Isn’t it awesome?

The Bohemian Farmhouse Toner

Large Boho Farmhouse Living Room

What’s in a living room if there isn’t any color matching? This boho farmhouse living room executes it well. The walls and floors are neutral colors and are complemented by the couch and coffee table. Accent colors are brought out in the plants and the pillows on the couch!

The wall art and modern farmhouse decor are beautiful additions in this farmhouse living room. They create an inviting atmosphere.

The photo above is more emblematic of a modern farmhouse living room. It doesn’t feature the textured rugs and reclaimed wood characteristic of rustic farmhouse living.

The Beauty in Simplicity

Boho Couch with a Plant and Guitar

Sometimes, you don’t need an insane amount of furniture or rustic farmhouse decor; there is beauty in simplicity. Having a shag couch covering like this along with a plant in a wicker pot and a guitar is all you really need! Below, the shag rug adds to the rest of the vibe. The minimalist wall decorations are a nice touch, too.

Apartment Style Boho Living Room

The Jungle Safari

Boho Farmhouse Living Room with Plants

Are you getting jungle vibes, too? The hanging plants are reminiscent of the movie Romancing the Stone….and, the hat hanging on the wall is the accessory to send home the farmhouse feel. The rest of this is outfitted with wicker or polished wood furniture. The pillows are a nice touch too: multiple textures to play with are a good thing!

The Manhattan Boho Deluxe

Chair covered with ragged blanket

The chevron floor really makes this whole apartment pop. Plants in the large windows are a huge talking point for people wanting bohemian style in the city! The shag blanket on the chair is a common trend, too. It can be replaced with a sherpa blanket if the shag blanket look isn’t for you!

The Decorative Pillows

Decorative pillows

One of the easiest ways to bring in bohemian design is through pillow covers. Oftentimes, they’re cheap, so you can get multiple covers for different seasons! Or, going further, you can get different designs depending on your mood. This way, your farmhouse style living room feels fresh and spontaneous.

The Comfy Workspace Station

Boho Farmhouse Living Room - White couch with white rug

Imagine this work from home scenario: you have a couch (or a daybed) with comfy pillows, blankets, and the option to have a small side table be a desk. Lie on the shag rug and pull out your guitar for a relaxing midday break.

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How do you decorate a farmhouse living room?

Farmhouse design is characterized by mainly white walls and a heavy use of wood furniture. Contemporary farmhouse design may feature stainless steel appliances such as refrigerators, range hoods, and stoves, as well as a custom hood. Here are some specific farmhouse interior design trends to try in your own home.

  • A Blend of Neutral Colors and Strong Accents.
  • Rugs
  • Reclaimed Wood Furniture
  • Throw Pillows
  • Plants
  • Shaker Cabinets
  • Light or Medium Wood Floors

Boho Farmhouse Paint Colors

Neutral colors like white, off white, and tan, are the most popular in farmhouse decorated living rooms and homes, but other light colors work as well. Light blue and light green are popular in today’s farmhouse homes.

Is farmhouse style out for 2020?

No, but traditional features of farmhouse design are being replaced with more contemporary design ideas. Country living is losing ground and people are moving from the country to the city. More homes are using white shaker cabinets than open shelving. Wooden fireplaces are being replaced by ornate stone fireplaces. Last but not least, range hoods are becoming increasingly popular to evoke the feeling of a clean, cozy kitchen.

What types of furniture should I use to match the farmhouse style?

Farmhouse design is characterized by light wood furniture. Reclaimed wood is quite popular if you’re going for a more vintage or rustic look. If not, go with a neutral color like off white or beige. Smaller items like throw pillows, rugs, or beanbags can feature brighter colors to make the room pop.

How can I decorate my farmhouse?

First, you need to decide on a color palette. Farmhouse design follows the 60-30-10 design rule pretty religiously. Pick a neutral color for your walls and floors, a secondary color for your furniture and maybe some appliances (light blues, greens, browns), and an accent color for some small elements in your home like a rug or throw pillows.

White shiplap walls are popular in today’s farmhouses, along with beige. The perfect compliment to shiplap is a custom hood insert. Inserts are one of the best additions to a farmhouse home because they have great versatility. You can go with a contemporary and minimalist look with a white custom hood or a distressed rustic look with a natural wooden hood.

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What is the difference between farmhouse and modern farmhouse?

Traditional farmhouse is more industrial than modern farmhouse design. Traditional design is more emblematic of country living, whereas modern farmhouse style features minimalist urban interior design. In traditional homes, you might see rustic wooden wall decor, several country style knick knacks, and reclaimed wood furniture. Whereas in a modern farmhouse kitchen, you might see a stainless steel range hood, minimal wall decor, a kitchen island, and a stone fireplace.

Modern farmhouse homes frequently feature shaker style cabinets, not open shelving, for more concealed storage – along with cabinets under the island.

Why is farmhouse style so popular?

One of the reasons farmhouse style is so popular is because of the brightness of the style. The primary colors are incredibly light and airy and lift the mood of anyone who comes into your home. Further, open concept living rooms and kitchens, which are so prevalent in farmhouse design, take great advantage of natural light which makes the space even more warm and inviting. The farmhouse style transforms your home into a space where not only the chef can go. Your guests can enjoy your company and the cozy space as well.

Another reason farmhouse home decor is gaining popularity is because it is so versatile. You can combine bright, loud elements of bohemian design with more muted aspects of farmhouse decor to create a beautiful combination of colors and styles.

How do I get a farmhouse style finish?

There are so many different combinations and styles to try out in your boho farmhouse living room. Do some research to find out what looks you like the most. Many of these beautiful boho farmhouse ideas can be applied in your dining room or family room as well – or really anywhere in your home.

If you’re looking for inspiration, we have a section on our bohemian design board on Pinterest dedicated to boho farmhouse decor. And, while you’re at it, check out our farmhouse design board and bohemian design board while you’re at it. 

You’ll have your living room built in no time. And remember: rotate between boho and farmhouse decorating ideas to keep your home fresh and happy.

Good luck mastering the boho farmhouse look!

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How do you decorate a farmhouse living room?

Farmhouse design is characterized by mainly white walls and a heavy use of wood furniture. Contemporary farmhouse design may feature stainless steel appliances such as refrigerators, range hoods, and stoves, as well as a custom hood. Here are some specific farmhouse interior design trends to try in your own home.

A Blend of Neutral Colors and Strong Accents.
Rugs
Reclaimed Wood Furniture
Throw Pillows
Plants
Shaker Cabinets
Light or Medium Wood Floors

Is farmhouse style out for 2020?

No, but traditional features of farmhouse design are being replaced with more contemporary design ideas. Country living is losing ground and people are moving from the country to the city. More homes are using white shaker cabinets than open shelving. Wooden fireplaces are being replaced by ornate stone fireplaces. Last but not least, range hoods are becoming increasingly popular to evoke the feeling of a clean, cozy kitchen.

What types of furniture should I use to match the farmhouse style?

Farmhouse design is characterized by light wood furniture. Reclaimed wood is quite popular if you’re going for a more vintage or rustic look. If not, go with a neutral color like off white or beige. Smaller items like throw pillows, rugs, or beanbags can feature brighter colors to make the room pop.

How can I decorate my farmhouse?

First, you need to decide on a color palette. Farmhouse design follows the 60-30-10 design rule pretty religiously. Pick a neutral color for your walls and floors, a secondary color for your furniture and maybe some appliances (light blues, greens, browns), and an accent color for some small elements in your home like a rug or throw pillows.

White shiplap walls are popular in today’s farmhouses, along with beige. The perfect compliment to shiplap is a custom hood insert. Inserts are one of the best additions to a farmhouse home because they have great versatility. You can go with a contemporary and minimalist look with a white custom hood or a distressed rustic look with a natural wooden hood.

What is the difference between farmhouse and modern farmhouse?

Traditional farmhouse is more industrial than modern farmhouse design. Traditional design is more emblematic of country living, whereas modern farmhouse style features minimalist urban interior design. In traditional homes, you might see rustic wooden wall decor, several country style knick knacks, and reclaimed wood furniture. Whereas in a modern farmhouse kitchen, you might see a stainless steel range hood, minimal wall decor, a kitchen island, and a stone fireplace.

Modern farmhouse homes frequently feature shaker style cabinets, not open shelving, for more concealed storage – along with cabinets under the island.

Why is farmhouse style so popular?

One of the reasons farmhouse style is so popular is because of the brightness of the style. The primary colors are incredibly light and airy and lift the mood of anyone who comes into your home. Further, open concept living rooms and kitchens, which are so prevalent in farmhouse design, take great advantage of natural light which makes the space even more warm and inviting. The farmhouse style transforms your home into a space where not only the chef can go. Your guests can enjoy your company and the cozy space as well.

Another reason farmhouse home decor is gaining popularity is because it is so versatile. You can combine bright, loud elements of bohemian design with more muted aspects of farmhouse decor to create a beautiful combination of colors and styles.

How do I get a farmhouse style finish?

There are so many different combinations and styles to try out in your boho farmhouse living room. Do some research to find out what looks you like the most. Many of these beautiful boho farmhouse ideas can be applied in your dining room or family room as well – or really anywhere in your home.

If you’re looking for inspiration, we have a section on our bohemian design board on Pinterest dedicated to boho farmhouse decor. And, while you’re at it, check out our farmhouse design board and bohemian design board while you’re at it.

You’ll have your living room built in no time. And remember: rotate between boho and farmhouse decorating ideas to keep your home fresh and happy.

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So, you’re on Pinterest looking for farmhouse design because you want to remodel a room in your house – or your entire house! Scrolling, scrolling, scrolling, and then, you see it: it’s definitely farmhouse design, but there’s a bright red rug too! Boho farmhouse design!

You keep scrolling and you see more of this trend: dreamcatchers, leafy tropical plants, succulents, bright oranges, reds, and yellows.

You’ve just stumbled upon the mix and match boho farmhouse style. Yup, it’s a thing, and it’s pretty beautiful. Someone out there realized bohemian design and farmhouse design are actually quite similar in more ways than one, hence why we now have bohemian farmhouse design. Pretty funky, right? 

Chair with a blanket over it and two throw pillows

So, we’re going to point out some similarities and differences in both design concepts, and when we dive into the mixed design, you’ll be able to see how the two match and work well together really easily.

To begin, both designs are very reliant on white, light, and airy colors. Tans, creams, whites, light yellows and similar shades are all fundamental baselines for color tones in rooms. 

Both are accented by greens in the form of plants and blues in the form of smaller decor, such as pillow covers or shades for windows. Unfinished wood, dark browns, interesting pots for plants, and pictures galore are shared by both styles. Finally, both designs thrive on open furniture, whether it’s open shelves or cabinetry.

One popular piece of farmhouse decor is apple picking ladders. For rustic boho decor, you’ll often see nested chairs, throw pillows, and blankets scattered on the floor. All in all, you should evoke a relaxed feel with either design.

Boho style involves a vast variety of colors, including bright reds, oranges, yellows, purples and pinks. It’s funky designed chairs from the 60s and 70s, dream catchers on the wall, extravagantly decorated tapestries, and of course, lots of bright blankets.

Woman lying in a hammock in a living room

In contrast, modern farmhouse design uses a mixture of shaker style cabinets, unfinished furniture of all kinds, and signs and other decor that literally resemble living on a farm. This can be something as simple as a sign that says ‘farmhouse laundry room” to milk jugs for organization or decorative purposes.

Boho Farmhouse Decor - Hanging Light Fixture Over Wooden Kitchen Island
White Brick Fireplace with Decorations

Think you have the hang of it now? Let’s run through some of our favorite boho farmhouse combinations, from living rooms to bedrooms and kitchens. 

Boho Farmhouse Bedroom

Bring in the Tropics

One of the easiest and simple ways to combine the two styles is to bring in tropical plants. This can vary from this large leafed plant to palms, or giant cacti! As long as it can be grown in tropical weather, it’s a good fit for you.

Here’s another look at what this could be like in your home!

Tall Palm Plant next to open shelves with pictures

Unfinished Business

These unfinished wooden beams paired with a fading Morrocan style rug make for a perfect combination in this wide open space. The chandelier in the stairwell seems to signify a specific time period of splendor and wonderful engineering.

Mirror, Mirror, on the….Floor?

One perk of combining modern farmhouse and boho design together is that it’s pretty seamless, since so many of their common themes and trends overlap. Here, a mirror rests on the wall next to a plant with a woven pot and a vase holding grains.

Oh, and the rug? Vintage.

Color Me Impressed

Adding color to a bland palette is sure to emote some feeling and liveliness in the room. This family room has a brighter piano, complemented by various colors of frames for the pictures on the wall. Sometimes all you need is a couple of colors here and there!

Add Patterns and Plants

Patterns are very indicative of bohemian farmhouse decor – and adding just the right plants and colors can give you the feeling of farmhouse decor, too.

Farmhouse Bathtub surrounded by plants

Bundles of Wheat

Check out this boho farmhouse sitting room! It sounds crazy, but one standout characteristic of farmhouse style is a bundle of wheat. This one is quite large, but it creates a different kind of atmosphere – and it fits right in with bohemian design!

Bright Farmhouse Sitting Room

Bring in Air Support!

A strong representation in both design trends, air plants are a huge plus and an easy addition to make to your boho farmhouse style room. While they work better in a bedroom (or a college apartment common area), these are not hard to implement anywhere. Rotate through a couple different ropes and other hanging methods to keep the design fresh and new!

Brown Couch with Colorful Throw Pillows

Make The Room Move

Hopefully you don’t live in earthquake country, but, every once in a while, shift your design and decor! Keep it ever-changing so it doesn’t get stale or old. So many items in this living room above are able to be changed around. Same with this bedroom below!

Light Pink Bedspread with Orange Throw Pillows

Entryway of Dreams

This is honestly all the inspiration you need for a boho farmhouse entryway. Like, seriously, this entryway has it all! A cowboy hat, flip flops, a cow skull, air plant, cactus plant, and snake plant….and we didn’t even mention everything! It’s a wonder for sure.

Morroccan Rugs and Circle Mirrors

Sometimes, you just gotta call it like it is. It’s a look, and it works even better since a round coffee table is the centerpiece. Round table not enough for you? Check out the chairs and the pillows. Oh, and there’s a giant tree in the corner. We have a look for every kind of person.

Palettes, Patterns, and Pictures

They kind of have the whole boho farmhouse bedroom down pat. Since most of the room thrives on bright orange tones, it’s subdued by a funky rug and simple photos on the wall. 

Shelves, Hats and Rugs, Oh My!

Talk about a one-punch. Open shelving, hats, and simple colors from farmhouse design and a morrocan rug, a copper side table and decorative pillow covers from bohemian style. And, an air plant from both!


There ya go, a little bit of a mixed-up blog, but hopefully we didn’t blend your brain too much! Boho farmhouse design is quite simple to bring into your own home, especially if you already have pieces of it alive and well.

If you’re looking for inspiration, we have a section on our bohemian design board on Pinterest dedicated to boho farmhouse decor. And, while you’re at it, check out our farmhouse design board and bohemian design board while you’re at it. You’ll be fluent in both of them in no time!

Take a look at those boards and you’ll be on your way to your own boho farmhouse home.

Happy decorating!

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10 Best Bohemian Kitchen Decor Ideas

These bohemian kitchen decor ideas will inspire you to decorate a gorgeous boho kitchen. Boho decor ideas have always been appealing to many people. From the natural elements to the earthy tones, decorating the perfect boho kitchen is a fun project.

It’s one of the more inexpensive ways to decorate, too. You can often pull different objects from various parts of your home to create the eclectic appearance that boho interiors are known for.

Bohemian Kitchens

We are happy to share several gorgeous bohemian kitchen decorating ideas to spark your imagination for how your kitchen could look. Whether you have a small or large kitchen, these ideas will help you create the right boho aesthetic for your space. Many of these kitchens are very colorful and feature lots of houseplants to create the perfect boho chic vibe. 

Natural Wood Cabinets

If you want a more sophisticated modern Bohemian kitchen design, then go for smooth natural wood cabinets and a cream white backsplash as seen here!

Natural Wood Cabinets Boho Kitchen Design via @studio_ezra

Painted Wood Kitchen Island

For a more eclectic kitchen, go with a teal painted kitchen island with a rustic feel. Cover the wall with white subway tile and go with white cabinets.

Painted Wood Kitchen Island Bohemian Kitchen via @ball_and_claw_vintage

Boho Vintage Rug and Mango Wood Bar Stools

Boho Vintage Rug and Mango Wood Bar Stools in Bohemian Kitchen Decor via Ria Mavrikos

Lemon Wallpaper and Striped Rugs

Lemon wallpaper and striped rugs Bohemian Kitchen via @vintageinteriorxx

Teal Backsplash Tile

Teal Backsplash Tile Boho kitchen decor ideas via jungalow

Green Cabinets and Mosaic Tile Floor

Green cabinets and Mosaic Tile Floor Bohemian Kitchen Ideas

Mismatched Backsplash Tile

Mismatched Backsplash Tile in Bohemian Kitchen Decor via @alexandrafelgate

Orange Accent Wall

Orange accent wall with floral boho backsplash tiles and blue fridge via the Junglalow

Pink Painted Wall with Black and White Backsplash Tile and Green Cabinets

Pink Painted Wall with Black and White Backsplash Tile and Green Cabinets, Boho vintage rug, Bohemian Kitchen Ideas

Boho Kitchen Island Idea

Boho Kitchen Island Idea in Bohemian kitchen via Howard Fine Properties

I hope you found these boho kitchen decor ideas inspiring! What are your favorite elements of bohemian kitchens?

More Boho Decor Ideas

If you love bohemian decorating, then don’t miss these other guides to boho decor in other parts of your home!

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BOHO / FARMHOUSE LIVING ROOM EXTREME MAKEOVER ON A BUDGET (PART 2)

Our Boho Farmhouse Kitchen Reveal

Y’all I’m so excited! Today, I’m sharing our Boho Farmhouse Kitchen Reveal on Instagram and on the blog. I put together a fun Instagram reel that I would love for you to go check out that really shows off all the details of our Boho Farmhouse kitchen.  You can find it by following us @ourfarmerhouse. 

I also can’t stress this enough and it’s the fact that Daron and I build and design all of our homes on a budget and we try and find on-trend styles at affordable prices including everything that you see here in our kitchen space.  You can shop all of the details below and make sure to follow us on the Liketoknowit app to shop our other affordable favorites.  

boho farmhouse kitchen

 

What is Boho Farmhouse Style?

Boho Farmhouse style is a twist on farmhouse style that blends the fun, bright, and spirited bohemian decor with the relaxed, welcoming vibe of the American farmhouse.  When you think Bohemian style, it’s all about bright colors like pink, gold, yellow, turquoise, and orange.  Often, you will also see a lot of green coming from the use of plants and tan coming from the use of fringe, rattan, and baskets as decor.  Traditional farmhouse style usually has a more subtle and neutral color palette.

boho farmhouse kitchen

I like to combine the two styles and the end result is the classic farmhouse look with more color, but I like to think more subdued color than the traditional bohemian style.  Instead of turquoise, I like to use navy blue, instead of bright orange, I like to use rust, and instead of bright yellow, I use a deep mustard color.  I also add in a lot of green plants, rattan, and wicker to the space to bring in additional boho-inspired elements.  To add to the boho farmhouse look, I use gold accents as I think they work particularly well with the combined style.

Boho Farmhouse Kitchen Color Palette

For my kitchen space and sticking to the theme of a boho farmhouse, I decided to go with a rich color palette of navy blue, tan (it almost looks rust), and gold.  I also added a little bit of gray that came through in my countertop and I accented with a touch of green in my decor. Selecting a solid color palette is a great first step in designing your kitchen space.  I would suggest picking 2 main colors and adding 1-2 additional accent colors.

Boho Farmhouse Kitchen

Kitchen Cabinets, Countertops, and Backsplash

The next couple of big decisions that you will make in designing and remodeling your kitchen, is selecting the kitchen cabinets, countertops, and cabinet backsplash.  For our kitchen space, I tried to stick to my color palette, and again since I’m a big fan of navy blue, this was the main color that I wanted to bring attention to in my cabinets.  I did this by using the navy color as the focal point of the kitchen.  The first thing that your eyes are drawn to in the space, is the large double island, and I chose a deep navy blue semi-custom cabinet as the base and added a white quartz countertop that has a beautiful gray vein throughout.

Boho Modern Farmhouse

My heart also loves a bright white kitchen, especially when using white as a cabinet color.  I think it’s classic, timeless, and it perfectly represents an American farmhouse.  For this reason, I went with white cabinets on the outside perimeter of the kitchen and I used the same white quartz countertop.

boho farmhouse kitchen

 

While Daron and I went back and forth about what to do for the cabinet backsplash, he suggested we go with a white subway tile, which I think would have looked great,  but I wanted to be a little more bold and trendy and use quartz on the walls.  After many conversations including lots of compromise on our budget, we ended up agreeing on my idea of using the white quartz as the backsplash and we both love how it turned out!  I felt that the quartz added a “wow” factor to the kitchen and really tied in the navy blue double island without taking away from it as a focal point.  But with that being said, I do have to be upfront in saying that using quartz as a backsplash is more expensive than going with a tile option.

Boho Modern Farmhouse

If you want to know the details of our kitchen cabinets, we actually went with a semi-custom line from Home Depot and I’m happy to share with you if you’re interested.  Yep, that’s right.  Daron and I design and build all of our homes and remodels on a budget!  We believe in finding affordable options and like to make things look nice and on-trend while staying on budget.

Ok, now let’s talk about these double islands.  This past year after watching way too many HGTV shows, I became obsessed with the idea of having a double island in our kitchen. At first, we didn’t know if we were going to have enough space in our house plans, but after doing a modification we were able to fit in the concept of adding a second island.

I have to say that I’m so happy we made this decision, not only does the double island offer so much extra cabinet storage ( because you can never have enough cabinets, right?), but it also gives me a great space for entertaining.  I use one of the islands primarily as a bar space and I have six counter stools.   The other island has my farmhouse sink, dishwasher, and microwave.  I love being able to wash dishes and talk to the kids while they eat breakfast, it feels like multitasking made easy.

boho farmhouse kitchen

Kitchen Hardware, Fixtures, and Decor

For the kitchen hardware and fixtures, let’s just say it’s all about that brass, lol!  To be honest, I was really intimidated about using gold brass fixtures in the house.  But after scouring through pictures and looking at Pinterest, I decided to go for it, especially because the gold brass pairs so beautifully with the dark navy cabinets.  I ended up using two sizes of gold brass cabinet handles.  I used a 3 3/4 mm size for the doors and an 8mm size for the drawers.  For the cabinet hutch on the side of the kitchen, I mixed the handles with drawer pulls in the same gold brass finish.

Gold brass hardware with navy blue cabinet

For my kitchen faucet, I found a beautiful gold brass single-hole faucet made by Kohler.  I especially love that the brass finish is exactly the same as my cabinet hardware.  It’s really important to get samples and shop around with your cabinet hardware and faucets as the finishes with gold brass are all different in shine and tone. 

gold brass kitchen faucet

Of all the design features in the kitchen, the one that I probably love the most is the three center light pendants!  I think the light fixtures set off the entire kitchen space and make give it a boho farmhouse feel.  I searched everywhere for just the right light pendants and I was really happy to find these online at a very reasonable price. 

rattan light pendant

All of my appliances are stainless steel and I don’t think there’s any problem in mixing the gold brass and stainless steel together as it creates a nice mixed metal look in the kitchen.

As for the decor for the kitchen, I kept it really simple.  I brought in a lot of acacia cutting boards and put together one centerpiece on the first island that brings attention to a large round serving board that I styled with a eucalyptus arrangement, a small acacia bowl filled with wooden balls, and a few stacked cutting boards with two pear-shaped figurines.  I also positioned three cutting boards behind my cooktop range and used another large round serving board as a place to store my olive oil container, bamboo utensils, salt and pepper shakers, and a candle.  

Acacia cutting board centerpiece

To help you recreate this look or find any of the actual products that I used in our kitchen, I have shared details and links below.  You can shop more of our favorites by following @Ourfarmerhouse on the Liketoknowit app.

As I wrap up this kitchen reveal, I would love to know what you think?  Please comment and share your thoughts?  Also, what is your kitchen design style?  Are you more American farmhouse? Modern? Bohemian?  Or perhaps Boho Farmhouse like me?  Can’t wait to hear from you!  Thanks for taking the time to read and share this post and I can’t wait until we connect again.

XOXO,

 

 

 

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How to Bring Tribal Touches Into Your Farmhouse Décor

Ever since the farmhouse look first rose in popularity a few years ago, it has begun to be mixed with other décor styles to keep things fresh and right-this-minute. For example, the modern farmhouse trend has been gaining steam, marked by traditional farmhouse elements meshed with sleek lines, futuristic lighting and contemporary materials.

Now there’s even a further twist on modern farmhouse styling. All of the expected farmhouse must-haves are there—shiplap walls, white interiors, vintage finds—and then another layer is added through free-spirited décor—Aztec and kilim patterning, woven chairs and wall art and other items that communicate a global, or 1970’s, feel.

It’s always noteworthy when a home mixes together two, or even three, design styles, and does it well. If you’re not one for a single style, like farmhouse, incorporating tribal motifs is an opportunity to present eclectic, and striking, decorating. To get inspired, take a look around these spaces that have perfected the bohemian farmhouse trend.

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How to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

I am really enjoying the trend of adding Boho Touches to Farmhouse Home Decor.  The Farmhouse Style is so welcoming of other decor styles it’s amazing!  Let’s explore a few of the ways you can introduce the relaxed… whimsical feel of Boho with Farmhouse look.  A touch of color, a relaxed feeling throughout, unique accessories, a touch of macrame, a dab of wicker, a touch of vintage? Spoiler alert… a match made in Heaven!  If you enjoy this… I am going to explore a lot more Boho/Farmhouse home decor to give you more ideas and diys.  A little Boho goes a long way!  Come and see!  Other Farmhouse mixes to come soon!  

 

Adding a Splash of Drama – Apiece Apart

Looking for a splash of drama into your Farmhouse Style space?  Well one of the easiest ways is to add an Oriental Rug.  There are so many to choose from… all kinds of designs and color palettes… the sky is the limit!  They will add interest to your space… a touch of worldly charm… a pop of color and warmth.  You can find this style of rug just about every where.  They would be great in the Living Room… as a Runner Down the Hall… the Bedroom… perfect in the Kitchen too… a small one right by the sink would be perfection.  Is this something you might consider for your Farmhouse?

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Plants and Natural Woods & Materials – Bohemian Decor Ideas

Plants are always a wonderful way to add a touch of Boho to your rooms.  The more the merrier.  I loved this room… just the perfect amount of green… warm woods and a relaxed and casual feel.  I adore how the artwork is layered on the dresser free style… how the chair has a comfy pillow and a fringed throw.  A beautiful flow throughout the room.  This space is my idea of Boho meets Joanna Gaines!  Hope you are inspired.  

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Basket Wall Decor with Bohemian Design – Sadie Seasongoods

It is really simple to give your space a look of a far away land by adding baskets to your wall.  It could be two… three or an entire wall gallery.  I personally just love these that were created by Sarah… she literally used baskets and accessories she picked up at her Thrift Store and created these beauties that look like they were purchased at a market in Marakesh!  Collect baskets of all kinds… shapes and sizes and let your creativity flow.

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Layered Bohemian – Lonny

Photographed by Sara Tramp-Ligorria for Emily Henderson Design

Sometimes the Boho Style can get cluttered… but not here… this space is light… airy… peaceful and has Farmhouse Style with a Boho Charm.  Just look around the room… The corner is composed of different plants of varying sizes and patterns… sheer canopy with a touch of boho fringe… a bold rug that brings everything together and just the ultimate touch of whimsy!  

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Weathered Patina Wood – A Piece Apart

How about redoing the Kitchen Cabinets with a paint treatment that has a rich… aged patina like this one.  You will have an instant Boho feel.  This Kitchen is truly magical but might be a little over the top for the Modern Farmhouse lovers.  There are so many incredible Farmhouse elements from the Crock Collection to the glorious Basket Collection and that amazing Table!  Any of those elements will give you a very lived in space that welcomes people with open arms.

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Handmade Mud Cloth Throw Pillows – Pinterest

Adding a collection of Mud Cloth throw pillows will add just the right touch of Boho flair to your space.  The patterns here scream Boho and Farmhouse at the same time.  I hate to keep making the Joanna Gaines reference… but these are pillows that she would so use to her Modern Farmhouse designs.  The graphic designs  pop!  I know you can find the perfect throws for you space.

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Boho Farmhouse Living Room – Jessica Sara Morris

A Classic Modern Farmhouse look can get a bit of the Boho Vibe by adding something unexpected like that amazing light fixture.  Fringy and unique it adds whimsy and texture to the space.  Jessica truly shows us that thinking out of the box can be the key to getting your look just right!   When you visit you will see that she will probably be changing out the rug… but I truly have to admit… I simply love it!  I know that this room will totally inspire you!

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Woven Wall Art/Macrame – Black and Blooms

There is one quick and easy way to add a touch of Boho to your Farmhouse space and that is with a Woven Piece of Wall Art.  It adds interest… whimsy… texture and simply looks amazing.  You might want to branch out and make your own!  Neutral is always wonderful… but you can experiment with your favorite color palette.  So many possibilities.  Isn’t this room calling you to come cuddle up and read a great book!  So comfy cozy.

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Boho Accessories – Ibizaboho Girl

Accessorize… Accessorize… Accessorize   Yvon shows us that accessories can totally give your room a certain Vibe.  The colored glass and Mantel accessories are so Farmhouse yet have a great Boho Vibe to them… mixing a vintage Mid Century Modern Chair to the mix with a weathered side table works perfectly!  She also uses some vibrant colors which work wonderfully… you should envision what it would look like with your favorite color palette.  I personally would love a more blended pattern in a shades aqua, light coral, neutral and a touch of navy… what would your choice be?  You will find more inspiration when you visit.  The look you are wanting is not far away nor is it hard to achieve!  ENJOY!

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Eclectic Art – Girl Friend Is Better

A very simple way to cross Farmhouse with Boho is adding a Gallery Wall of Eclectic Art to one of your favorite walls.  A mix of different frames (check your Thrift Store) and a whimsical selection of artwork.  It doesn’t have to be expensive… check out some old books and I bet you will find things you would love on the wall!  Farmhouse style may have more “structure” to it and Boho is by far more relaxed than any other style… but with a Gallery Wall like this… you actually get both… organization and whimsy!  Hey… you could add a mirror or wicker piece to the gallery too… just have fun with it!

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

Vintage Furniture – Orphans With Make Up

Boho is all about being eclectic… so by adding a great vintage piece of furniture to the space is a fabulous idea!  Totally loving this look… but just stop and think of all the possibilities.  You can find a fabulous vintage piece of furniture and use it as is… or you can find one that you want to refinish… the possibilities are truly endless there.  I know that you will really enjoy having a beautiful featured piece in your room!

Come and see how easy it is to add Boho Touches to Your Farmhouse Decor with easy and budget friendly ideas!

 

DIY Faux Bone Inlay Chest Of Drawers – Cityscape Bliss

The Bone Inlay look is so popular with the Boho Style and it would be a wonderful addition to your Farmhouse Decor.  It will POP and be the perfect marriage with the other pieces around it.  These beauties can be extremely expensive… but here is a DIY for the Faux Bone Inlay Look… can you believe that this piece is an IKEA HACK???  I mean really.  You will find a complete DIY here if you feel like tackling one.  You can also use the basic diy and apply it to whatever piece you choose.  Doing just the top of a piece of furniture is fabulous too.  What do you think… could Joanna Gaines make this work in one of her rooms… YOU BET!!!

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