Peek Inside Our Country Farmhouse Book

This beauty is a number-one release on Amazon for a reason.

Photography by Robin Stubbert

There is something profoundly sentimental and blissfully idyllic about the classic country farmhouse. The simple elegance of farmhouse charm is the combination of comfort and timeless character. In Country Farmhouse, a new book by Cindy Smith Cooper, each home is filled with styles ranging from vintage to industrial farmhouse, all featuring rustic siding, calming paint colors, and plenty of natural light.

With over 200 pages of cherished antique accents such as vintage quilts and textiles, wood-burning stoves, beautifully distressed furniture pieces, and flea market collectibles, Country Farmhouse represents the homes of people from all walks of life, from solitude-seeking artists and writers to multigenerational families and organic farmers. Whether a new pastoral build that honors the past or a weathered weekend getaway, each of the 19 beautifully photographed homes in this compilation holds a reverence for the reimagined historic farmhouse. These pages sing with exquisite personal taste and a liberating sense of individuality that make it hard to put this book down!

Refined Rustic

Photography by Heidi Long

Natural materials, Swedish-inspired details, and timeless style elements come together to create a richly unique abode in the mountains of Idaho.

Colverfield Farm

Photography by Lincoln Barbour

Designed as a place to find respite from the fast pace of city life, this home breathes the warmth and welcoming spirit that only country living can bring.

Californian Charm

Photography by Mark Lohman

Designer Deena Benz has always had a deep appreciation for farmhouse style. So when she had the opportunity to purchase her own farmhouse in Los Olivos, California, she jumped at the chance.

Modern Country Style

Photography by Robin Stubbert, styling by Susan Burns

Traditional Farmhouse meets on-trend style, and something beautiful happens. This Canadian home by Gap Interiors has enviable individuality and charm.

The Beauty of the Earth

Photography by Alison Gootee

Designer Ashley Gilbreath turned this once temporary home into the ideal place for a growing family to put down roots. The resulting farmhouse features bright shiplap walls and cheery pastels enriched by natural wood elements.