farmhouse dining table
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If you're a fan of cozy, laidback environments and rustic furniture, then farmhouse is the style for you. Marked by raw materials, distressed finishes, and natural textiles, farmhouse furniture and décor is every bit as casual as it is comforting.

Ready to usher some farmhouse style charm into your home? From wooden platform bed frames to salvaged wood floating shelves and beyond, here are 15 farmhouse furniture pieces you need for every room in the house.

For The Bedroom

A Wooden Platform Bed

turned leg wood platform bed
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A low profile wooden platform bed with turned legs, like the Astoria Platform Bed at Pottery Barn, brings a rustic touch to any bedroom.

A Wood-Topped End Table

farmhouse style nightstand
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A nightstand with a natural wood top, like the Painted Farmhouse End Table at L.L. Bean, provides plenty of bedside storage without appearing bulky.

A Saw-Horse Style Console

farmhouse console table
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Versatile and sophisticated, a saw-horse style console table composed of recycled wood, like the Hilaire Console Table at Wayfair, moonlights as a mini farmhouse-inspired workstation in a bedroom.

For the Kitchen

A Provincial Style Statement Light

Hang an eye-catching provincial-style pendant light with a distressed wood finish, like the Distressed Style 4 Blub Pendant Light at Antique Farmhouse, above your kitchen island to make a rustic statement.

A Shaker-Style Counter Chair

farmhouse style counter stools
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Transform your kitchen island into a farmhouse-style breakfast nook by pulling up a pair of shaker-style counter chairs, such as the Tucker Counter Stool at Serena & Lily.

A Recycled Wood Wine Rack

A wine rack made from reclaimed wood, like the Vigneto Shelf at Ballard Designs, brings a pop of rustic charm to a kitchen without sacrificing any functionality.

For the Living Room

A Rustic Mantel Mirror

An antique-inspired mantel mirror with a chipped paint finish, like the Vintage Market Mantel Mirror at Shades of Light, provides a rustic focal point for a farmhouse-style living room.

A Contemporary Barn Door

modern sliding barn door
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Use a modern sliding barn door, like the Z Barn Door at Rustica, to define a farmhouse-style living room in an open layout space.

An Unfinished Wood Coffee Table

farmhouse coffee table
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Anchor a farmhouse-inspired living room with a rustic unfinished wood coffee table on metal legs, like the Vincente Coffee Table at Joss & Main.

For the Bathroom

A Glass-Paned Storage Cabinet

farmhouse style storage cabinet
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A slender wooden storage cabinet with a glass-paned door, like the Two Tone Wood Camilla Farmhouse Curio Cabinet at World Market, cleverly utilizes vertical space in a small bathroom.

Metal Pendant Vanity Lights

farmhouse vanity lights
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Add a dash of farmhouse-style drama to your bathroom with raw metal pendant vanity lights, like the Stonecrest 2-Light Vanity Light at Wayfair.

Reclaimed Wood Floating Shelves

recycled wood floating shelves
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Floating shelves composed of salvaged wood, like the Reclaimed Wood Floating Shelf at West Elm, allow you to score some wall-mounted bathroom storage in true farmhouse style.

For the Dining Room

A Thick Wood Dining Table

farmhouse dining table
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Consider a dining table made of thick cuts of solid wood, like the Reed Extending Dining Table at Pottery Barn, to keep things simple in a rustic dining room.

A Modern Farmhouse Server

farmhouse server
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A contemporary farmhouse-style server with metal mesh panels and chalkboard faces, like the Bairoil Server at Wayfair, will help keep your serving ware handy and organized in a dining room.

An Unfinished Wood Bench

farmhouse bench
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A clean-lined bench constructed of reclaimed wood, like the Gino Wood Bench at Birch Lane, provides modern farmhouse-style seating in any dining room.

Caroline Biggs

Caroline Biggs

Caroline Biggs is a writer living in New York City. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Apartment Therapy, Refinery 29, and more.