10 of the Most Popular Farmhouse Kitchens from Our Friends at Apartment Therapy

published Sep 10, 2019
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It’s pretty much impossible to escape the influence of Joanna Gaines and Ree Drummond these days. But I guess that’s not such a bad thing. Thanks to the ubiquity of shows like Fixer Upper and The Pioneer Woman, farmhouse-style kitchens are everywhere you turn. (What qualifies a kitchen as “farmhouse?” Think: humble and cheerful vibes, a mix of old and modern, shiplap, apron sinks, mixed metals, knick-knacks, and family heirlooms galore.)

A decent percentage of the kitchens featured in the House Tours on our sister site, Apartment Therapy, could be considered farmhouse-style (even if they’re in new-construction homes in the middle of a city). So we decided to round up 10 of the most popular farmhouse kitchens from Apartment Therapy. Here goes.

1. A Dreamy, Rustic, Eclectic 1729 Yorkshire Farmhouse Kitchen

Rachelle’s cozy kitchen is filled with inherited trinkets, rescued treasures, and charming touches like mismatched Anthropologie doorknobs. The space opens to a yard filled with chickens and pigs — of course.

See the full House Tour: A Dreamy, Rustic, Eclectic 1729 Yorkshire Farmhouse

Credit: Julia Steele

2. A Cozy, “Southern Eclectic” Nashville Kitchen

This sweet and stylish East Nashville kitchen might just be the most charming space we’ve ever seen. Katie and Tyler sourced all their knick-knacks from antique stores, flea markets, and Craigslist. Anything they didn’t buy, Tyler built himself.

See the full House Tour: A Cozy, “Southern Eclectic” Nashville Home

3. A Charming Tiny Farmhouse Kitchen on Wheels

The one thing that AT readers love more than a tiny house is a tiny house on wheels. Somehow this 280-square-foot space packs in most of the hallmarks of a farmhouse kitchen: tons of white shiplap (which makes it look even bigger), reclaimed walnut wood, bronze and matte black hardware, and an apron sink —just to name a few

See the full House Tour: This Charming Tiny Farmhouse on Wheels is Only $72K

4. A Farmhouse Kitchen with Lots of Pets

It’s not so surprising the owners of this house dig a farmhouse vibe. They have a few chickens, keep bees, and have two acres of wildflowers that they sell at a stand in the town square. The bright kitchen is filled with “sweet vignettes of all [their] favorite things about the farm … It’s the center of [their] home for sure.”

See the full House Tour: 2 Cats, 2 Dogs, and 200,000 Bees Call This Farmhouse Home

5. A Dreamy Farmhouse Kitchen in Rural England

We don’t know about you, but our eyes go straight to the dreamy Villeroy and Bock farmhouse sink and the exposed beams in this charming two-toned kitchen.

See the full House Tour: This Home in Rural England Is a Beautiful, Dreamy Farmhouse

Credit: Rikki Snyder

6. An Adorable, Cozy, Cottage Kitchen

Believe it or not, this sweet country kitchen is located in Florida! The owner describes her home’s style as a “quaint, vintage, rustic, feminine, cottage.” We love the way the dreamy tile backsplash complements all the pops of blue.

See the full House Tour: See Inside This Adorable, Cozy, Practically Perfect Cottage

7. A New Traditional Farmhouse Kitchen

Who said farmhouses had to be old? We’re drooling over this newly renovated modern farmhouse kitchen — especially the herringbone brick tile backsplash, which the owners installed themselves.

See the full House Tour: A Blogger’s Home Is New Traditional Meets Modern Farmhouse

8. A Dreamy Flower Farm Kitchen

You’d never know it, but before this farmhouse in Canada was restored, it had a tiny kitchen without much light. Now, it’s got plenty of natural light — and don’t even get us started on those barn pendants.

See the full House Tour: A Peek Inside a Dreamy Farmhouse on a Flower Farm

Credit: Jess Isaac

9. A Woodsy, Wonderful Rental Kitchen

This cozy kitchen in a Topanga Canyon cottage is giving us major woodsy, rustic vibes. The owners like to call their space “a mix of all things old and new, be it a family heirloom or a good ol’ Home Depot find.”

See the full House Tour: A Small 1970s California Rental Cabin is Bohemian, Woodsy, and Completely Wonderful

10. A Recently Renovated Modern Farmhouse

This calming, modern-day renovated farmhouse in a Detroit suburb is pure perfection. The bright color palette makes the whole place feel airy and fresh with playful touches of color and texture.

See the full House Tour: A Serial Entrepreneur’s Recently Renovated Modern Farmhouse

Which one is your favorite?