8 Best Farmhouse Kitchen Ideas That Will Add Rustic Charm to Your Space

With three levels of open shelving, a beautifully layered look is achieved in this kitchen, providing ample space for both countertop items and display pieces. Mixing upper and lower cabinets with open shelving ensures there's a place for everything.

Install Open Shelving

An old wood dry sink is repurposed to create a built-in storage/display area in this kitchen, maximizing space in a small area. DIY dishware storage doubles as display, while a striped skirted fabric hides the dishwasher.

Small Space Live Large

Aiming for a light and airy feel, rough oak floors are combined with a pine ceiling to achieve a welcoming yet modern rustic aesthetic. Concrete countertops and industrial-style stools add further contrast and texture.

Contrast the Woods

Charm is added to this cabin kitchen with a gingham skirt beneath the farmhouse sink, complementing the wood cabinets and high-impact updates like an aged brass faucet and vintage-style pendant light.

Skirt the Sink

This rustic farmhouse kitchen features a large walnut-topped island perfect for gathering, surrounded by various woods including reclaimed barn boards, vintage French white oak, and knotty white oak.

Build a Bigger Island

Salvaged wood hood and vintage Turkish runner warm up the mostly white kitchen of this farmhouse. A landscape painting above the range adds unexpected charm.

Wrap a Vent Hood

Moroccan floor tile with an aged finish sets the tone for this kitchen's design, complemented by a farmhouse table, walnut bentwood chairs, and vintage art. Retro-inspired appliances complete the vintage look.

Lay Tile With Patina

Removing a bank of built-in cabinetry creates space for an antique pedestal table and scalloped banquette, perfect for breakfast and snacks. Upholstered in performance fabric, the banquette holds up to spills

Room for Eat-In Moment