15 Farmhouse Style Master Bedrooms to Inspire your Design & Decor
It’s no wonder farmhouse styling in home decor and design is taking over, its simple, elegant and takes you back to nostalgic and simpler times.
The Master Bedroom should be the ultimate retreat for you to settle in, relax and cozy up as you unwind from the day and prepare to drift off to a worry-less sleep.
So it makes perfect sense to style it with farmhouse elements that are rustic, natural and simple. Taking no attention away from the ultimate focal point of the bedroom, which is of course, the bed!
From exposed wood beams, light and natural colored walls and finishes to rustic lighting and furniture, these 15 farmhouse bedroom designs will inspire you to include some rustic farmhouse into your design and decor.
1 – Cozy coastal white farmhouse design with a bay window
This master bedroom is large, yet feels cozy with its monochromatic color scheme of whites, linens and soft beige. The pop of seaglass in the accent pillow on the bed and the seaglass jars in the corner give this room a touch of the coastal feel. I especially adore the bay window that draws your eye across the room and invites you in.
2 – Exposed beams with an extra large crochet bed cover
The vaulted ceilings in this room accented with the exposed natural wood beams make this master bedroom beautifully farmhouse, while the large tufted headboard brings in a sense of elegance. The white linens on the bed accented by the extra large crochet blanket look incredibly soft and inviting.
3 – Beautiful built-ins and a french patio door
Again, more exposed natural wood beams and vaulted ceilings definitely scream farmhouse, but I LOVE the added touch of shiplap on the ceiling. The simple gray and white colors on the bed keep the look clean, and tie the gray floor and white walls together. The french doors leading out to that beautiful patio draw your eyes across the room and in your peripheral you catch glimpse of the incredible built-in shelving that offers functional storage and a beautiful display.
4 -Rustic wood accent wall and a cozy corner chair
This barnwood accent wall is so beautiful the bed doesn’t even need a headboard! It not only makes a statement but anchors the space and not much else is needed to portray the farmhouse style. The simple gray wood night stands tie in with the gray blanket and accent pillows on the bed and the cozy rust chair in the corner with its flannel gray blanket bring it all together.
5 – Wood trim and iron and linen accents
Of course the wood trim and beams on the ceiling are fantastic, however, the wood framed windows are catching my eye. The rustic iron wall-mounted lamps provide function and add a pop of style to this neutral space.
6 – Shiplap walls, pocket doors and a statement chandelier
What’s not to love about that incredible floor to ceiling shiplap wall? Did you notice the pocket doors on either side of the bed? So awesome! The bed is simple and the nightstands look clean and clutter-free. The tall window treatments soften the room and offer function to black-out all that light at night, and the chandelier makes a statement and offers soft lighting, setting a romantic mood.
7 – Mini gallery wall, mirror accents and a ladder
There is a lot going on in this farmhouse bedroom, but it remains simple and farmhouse, even with its eclectic styling. The mini-gallery style pictures on the shiplap accent wall draw your eyes to the bed and are flanked by the differing shaped mirrors resting on the nightstands. I love how the ladder and the bench seat add wood accent to this heavily metal room, and the fun gingham pillow and blanket soften the look.
8 – Iron bedframe and rustic wood nightstands
Rustic iron bedframes are increasing in popularity and are very farmhouse. They offer clean lines, color contrast, and height. I particularly love the bedding with its light linen colors and thick gray stripes on the duvet and accent pillow. The rustic wood nightstands decorated with little farm rustic touches like the horn and flowers are unique and add visual interest to the room.
9 – Large beams, a cozy fireplace and a treasure chest
Ok, can I just say WOW. The incredible wood beam frames that make up the ceiling and the top half of this picture are definitely a major feature of this masterly bedroom. But it somehow doesn’t distract from the cozy fireplace that adds ambiance to this lovely room. The gingham fabric love seal across from the plaid chair with a rustic chest in the middle just begs for a story to be told.
10 – Sliding barn door and wood basket decor
Loving the unique way shiplap and painted wood beams are used to add interest to this farmhouse ceiling, further enhanced by that luxurious chandelier. The sliding barn door leading to the bathroom is a simple, yet very farmhouse feature to add to a space. I love the wood basket hung on the wall as art, which is very typical in farmhouse design.
11 – Bright blues, iron frames and a red brick fireplace
This farmhouse master bedroom breaks away from the traditional white walls, and features bright cheery minty blue walls. I love the incredible contrast of the minty color with the dark iron bed frame and curtain rod. The space is lightened by the fun white ship-lap ceiling and fan but made cozy by the red brick fireplace.
12 – Cozy browns and rustic decor
You almost don’t notice the neutral white walls in this farmhouse bedroom design due to the warm dark brown tones used in the window treatments, velvet headboard and that luxurious furry throw. The vaulted wood ceilings look like re purposed barn-wood and further cozy up the space. The rustic decor such as the slightly patina mirror with iron lamps on either side tells a story along with that fabulous fireplace below.
13 – Spacious shiplap white retreat
This large master bedroom is beautifully farmhouse with its exposed beams and shiplap accent wall. The large woven rug helps break up the large wood floor with its soft linen tone which is reflected in the upholstered bed frame. The long bench at the foot of the bed and the linen couch in the corner invite you in to relax and spread out.
14 – Butterflies and a wagon wheel
Ok the ceiling of this master bedroom is pretty incredible. I love that the wood beams are arranged in a way that reminds you of a rustic wagon wheel. The old fashion chandelier adds a touch of rustic chic elegance and the fun butterfly pillows add whimsy.
15 – Eclectic furniture and rustic decor
Everything about this master is beautifully yet simply farmhouse. I like the use of cabinets as nightstands which is ultra-functional.The rustic wood headboard and simple window-frame pictures on the wall create an interesting focal wall. I love the idea of a rustic wood crate on the floor to catch the pillows and throws not in use at night.