I never get tired of farmhouse style. There is something about the simple lines, the rustic edges, the overall imperfectness of a farmhouse home that creates a beautiful space. Farmhouse style is an attitude, a way of life, a feeling of necessity, function, and informal living spaces.
No need to be perfect, no need to be fussy, just enjoy a warm and simple summer with these décor ideas for a farmhouse summer home.
I love white for summer décor, white slipcovers over these stools is a great summer addition. I also love the simple shabby table with white legs and a farm wood top. If you want the farmhouse look white is the first thing you need to add.
Nothing says summer on the farm like sunflowers. Add them to the kitchen counter, bathroom sink, or bedroom side table for a little summer color.
I love a chalkboard as much as the next person. This chalkboard style is one of my favorites because of its oversized simplicity.
Summer florals bring the outdoors in, and they don’t have to be kept just for the kitchen table. Add a wreath to your entry, a vase of flowers on a bench, or hand flowers from a hook.
Hydrangeas are easily my favorite summer flower. This display is perfect with the sea glass vase and simple striped towel.
If you’re committed to the farmhouse style, consider a pattern on the floor. This patterned tile take a neutral grey and pumps it up with a beautiful pattern.
Considering bringing wicker chairs in to the dining room. It adds a more casual feel and a beautiful summer touch.
I love the idea of this neutral colored buffet table. Keep lemon water and snack plates at the ready for whenever hunger strikes.
I love decorating with books for summer, and this page wreath is one of my favorites. If you aren’t a reader, make the wreath out of burlap, or anything with a neutral color. Indoor greenhouses can still be beautiful, even if you have black thumbs. Switch it up for a display of a different sort.
Don’t forget about the kitchen, use a buffet server on a burlap runner to display green plants (these are faux), and a milk glass pitcher to keep utensils available.
How cute are these salt and pepper shakers from Etsy? I love the mason jars, and the simple burlap ribbon gives them just the right touch. These would be so simple to make with tole paint and vinyl lettering.
Even the laundry room has splash of summer with a beautiful tray and colorful flowers. It’s the small touches that often make the biggest difference.