Add some class with wood, marble, or soapstone countertops
All three of these are great countertop materials and look perfect in a farmhouse style kitchen. However wood countertops, also called butcher block countertops, are often the favorite choice.
Farmhouse-style kitchens tend to focus on natural materials, unpretentious design, and cooking spaces that can accommodate large meals. Guests should always feel welcome and comfortable in these spaces, even if their boots are still dirty.
If you're wondering whether farmhouse decor is out this year, the answer is yes … and no. Our old Michigan cottage, decorated with a farmhouse vibe back in 2018. Farmhouse design started becoming a huge decorating trend back around 2015, thanks in large part to Joanna Gaines and Fixer Upper.
Whites, grays, and beiges are the foundation of farmhouse kitchen colors. Picking the right neutral paint color is an important first step to achieving the perfect farmhouse style. This neutral will act as the base color in your space, covering either the cabinetry, walls, or both.
To me, farmhouse colors all center around neutral. And the farmhouse style look primarily revolves around two colors: white and gray. You can go neutral two ways with these colors: warm or cool. Take any color (let's say gray) and add a green or blue undertone and you get a cool neutral gray.
Farmhouse style isn't going away in 2021, but it is getting a makeover. The country chic design integrates farmhouse décor and furniture with clean, fresh colors and finishes. Rather than the distressed look on wood pieces, you'll find options in a colorful painted design or a simple smooth wood finish.
Farmhouse chic is a wonderful balance of design styles that creates a rustic, relaxed, yet contemporary atmosphere. It's much warmer and more comforting than minimalism. But not as old-timey as pure country style or rustic style might be.
Rustic farmhouse style is a celebration of the all-natural and the rough-hewn. Reclaimed and unfinished woods, natural fibers, and rusted/distressed finishes are all hallmark elements of the style, and repurposed items are found in abundance.
Modern farmhouse style can be achieved in any size space. This kitchen includes all of the elements I love the most… Shiplap on the walls, open shelving, modern door hardware a gorgeous range hood. Combined with the bright white cabinets and those stunning antique glass door fronts, this is a winner in my book!
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To match the simple, modern-farmhouse aesthetic, choose countertop materials with an entirely smooth look or a subtle pattern, such as white marble or white, gray, or black quartz.
Modern farmhouse design takes the comfortable, relaxed farmhouse style and adds modern touches such as smooth lines, glossy accents and neutral color schemes. It's less rustic, more sophisticated and uses contemporary design elements like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and sleek lighting.
Joanna Gaines Style
Joanna Gaines' style can be described as updated rustic enriched with details and accents of different styles determined by the preferences of home owners. We see her very often combining rustic with industrial or farmhouse with vintage.
Our designers expect wall treatments will continue to grow in popularity, such as beadboard (wood paneling with vertical lines instead of horizontal), picture molding, and shiplap plank styles. White on white, or tone on tone, for treatments and molding is on trend right now.
Farmhouse style is an interior design style that prioritizes practicality, simplicity, and rustic charm. While farmhouse style tends to reflect the aesthetics of rural architecture, it also embraces modern comforts, creating a look that feels both cozy and stylish.
Natural materials, like wood and stone, are always in style. Have your contractor install maple, birch, or cherry cabinets. Look for stone options such as granite, limestone, or slate. Your kitchen will be stylish and trendy both now and in the future.
Go with Light Colors
Light colors are more reflective than dark colors and they will make your kitchen appear bigger as well as more open and airy. Light blues, greens, or pale yellows are other great colors to make your space look larger than life.
One of the most popular 2021 kitchen trends in smart appliances is touchless faucets. Covid-19 has driven the desire for touchless technology, and 78% of professionals say there is an increased interest in easy-to-clean surfaces. Growing in popularity.