Why we love it: Shaker furniture, hand-hewn antique ceiling timber, rough unpainted plaster and salvaged antique oak flooring contribute to this bedroom’s cozy, inviting farmhouse feel. A vibrant geometric hand-hooked rug adds a modern twist with a color palette that ties the room together. The crackling fire, four-poster bed and plush window seat are all the elements we would need to never want to leave.
Rug: The New England Collection; fabric for window seat cushions, window treatments and duvet: Ralph Lauren Home; antique furnishings: Charles Haver Antiques
Why we love it: This attic-like space feels like a secret vacation hideaway, with the antique-style light fixtures, distressed wood finishes and sloped wood-paneled ceiling. But the elegant flower arrangements, bedding and desk area elevate the room to make it feel truly special.
Why we love it: The gambrel roofline, iron bed, schoolhouse light fixtures and lightly primed walls all contribute to the relaxed farmhouse charm of this coastal home. The wicker furniture, colorful bouquet and feeling of seclusion make for a space you could escape to and curl up in for a weekend.
Lighting, boards and wicker recamier: antiques; fabrics: Cowtan & Tout and Ralph Lauren Home
Why we love it: Butter-yellow shiplap walls, vaulted ceilings and a cozy patchwork quilt remind us of the farmhouse we wish we had. With this view and balcony, every morning would feel like a vacation.
Why we love it: This vacation home north of San Francisco speaks to the warm, lived-in feeling of farmhouse design. Tan painted wood walls, grain sack-inspired pillows and simple bed linens keep this bedroom design subdued and not over the top, while the French doors to the balcony with a view create a swoon-worthy destination.
Why we love it: This breezy bedroom in the Bay Area feels like a breath of fresh air, with its clean lines, neutral colors and ample natural light. The exposed beams, wood-paneled walls, simple detailing and dark wood flooring bring out some of the best of modern farmhouse style — not to mention that pastoral view right outside.
Furniture: Meridith Baer Home
Why we love it: Simplicity is key in farmhouse design, and this East Coast bedroom mixes that with a little bit of luxury, including an en suite bathroom, wood-burning fireplace and desk with a view. Warm wood floors, white wood-paneled walls and ceiling, along with rustic wood furniture contribute an overall casual, rustic elegance.
Why we love it: The farmhouse-inspired details, including the wood ceiling, iron fixtures and Dutch door, mix beautifully with the elegant elements: the height of the ceiling, luxurious fireplace and expansive seating area. Neutral tones, simple details and luxe finishes bring the whole room together.
Why we love it: Farmhouses often sport worn wood floors, but we love how soft, cozy and inviting the carpeted floors are in this bedroom suite on the range. Natural linen bedding and rustic wood beams bring that rustic farm sensibility.
Why we love it: This Swedish bedroom with a view features some of our favorite farmhouse details, including buffalo plaid bedding, antique-style furniture, wood-paneled ceilings and a pastoral view. With the connected kitchenette, one could wake up, throw open the windows, brew a cup of coffee and enjoy the morning light.
Why we love it: Sometimes we want a vacation bedroom that is grander and more luxurious than one we could ever have, but other times we crave intimacy and coziness. This English bedroom offers the latter with its low ceiling, country-style bedding and timeworn antiques nestled into every nook and cranny. Sign off, unplug and head to this room for some much-needed R&R.
Why we love it: This spectacular bed, overwhelming view and rich-looking furniture would allow anyone to feel like the king of the estate. Exterior Ghost Wood sidingand expansive corner windows connect this room to the outside and contribute to its rustic quality.