Rustic furniture and farmhouse style are having a real moment right now. From homes and clothing stores covered in salvaged wood siding to restaurants and coffee shops using reclaimed barn beams for their furniture, everyone seems to love that simple, worn-in aesthetic. But no matter how prevalent the look is, we never tire of it when it’s done well. So today we gathered some of our favorite examples of pastoral charm, including modern New York country homes (like Dana and Chris’ home above) and rustic southern charm in Savannah (below), proving that classic lines and being a little rough around the edges never hurt anyone. –Sarah
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Image above: White walls and abundant natural light pair beautifully with rustic-modern accents in this British Columbia home.
Image above: A farmhouse sink, classic tableware and custom butcherblock are the centerpieces of this New Hampshire home’s beautiful kitchen.
Image above: Everything about the cozy living room in this Portland home is unfussy and inviting.
Image above: Eclectic mirrors and a salvaged wood table/bar make for a lovely entry in this Minnesota home.
Image above: Pops of color fill every room in this cheery Massachusetts farmhouse.
Image above: The sitting room of this early 20th century Australian home is rich with texture and pattern.
Image above: A clean color palette and minimal decorating let this New York home’s natural features (like these gorgeous floors) shine.
Image above: A knotted wood china cabinet adds rustic warmth to this Santa Barbara home’s kitchen.
Image above: A lovely fireplace and red leather couch make the living room in this London home especially cozy.
Image above: We can think of no better backdrop for the vintage farmhouse table in this Washington D.C. home than wall-to-wall bookshelves!
Image above: This beautiful barn makes a perfect studio for a Connecticut-based ceramicist.
Image above: The entry of this Washington home greets you with a vintage Navajo rug, and separates from the home office with repurposed barn doors. Genius!