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Today's guest post here at Casa Mia is about contemporary farmhouse style. Growing in popularity, this updated country look merges our beloved farmhouse with new and exciting contemporary design. The result is the best of both worlds, seen in traditional farmhouses, suburban country homes and city lofts and townhouses around the globe.
Splendid Willow viaFarmhouse in the city! What could be better than that? This has to be one of the all-time top contemporary farmhouse interiors ever. And this gorgeous dining space is in a New York brownstone right in the middle of the city.
La Maison Boheme viaContemporary furnishings and lighting seem right at home in this rustic barn turned fabulous home. From the brown and white striped rug to the oversized globe chandelier, everything about this entry and sitting room welcomes guests with a warmth and style.
Belle Vivir viaNothing says farmhouse more than barn doors, but these blue masterpieces in Sharon and Ozzie Osborne's home are a unique take on that design statement. This room has a traditional look with a lovely contemporary twist.
Arch Daily via
What can we say about this compelling minimalist approach to a contemporary farmhouse bedroom design? A variety of wood treatments in amazing patterns makes decorative accessories and art unnecessary. A beautifully handcrafted and totally unique space.
MS Building via
Merging old and new stunningly, the ultra modern master bath in a British barn conversion shows off a quintessential farmhouse bathtub, the roll top claw foot tub. One of the best bathroom design ideas ever.
Apartment Therapy via
A renovated 1920s farmhouse has emerged as a perfect mix of farmhouse and contemporary. Taken from a multitude of expected small, dark spaces to an open and airy dream home, this Rhode Island home is the best of both styles.
A Life's Design via
This kitchen has many very traditional farmhouse elements, but it definitely doesn't take itself seriously. Who could have seen those contemporary bar stools coming? Totally whimsical and unexpected.
Cote De Texas via
A contemporary home goes farmhouse with American antiques, folk art and a touch of industrial. What a perfect mix—sofas with clean straight lines and pure white slipcovers, Native American rug and antique decorative objects.