Modern farmhouse style combines the classic, no-frills aesthetic of the old fashioned farmhouse with a sprinkling of updated modern touches. This style of decor is full of character, and gives off a casual and inviting vibe – think shiplap walls, reclaimed wood floors, and antique furniture finds.
We partnered with Holli Rodrigues from the blog BeesNBurlap to collect some of the best window treatment materials and styles to bring the modern farmhouse look into your home. Holli has a passion for finding and repurposing vintage items in her home, and her Spring 2017 One Room Challenge project was their second floor Urban Industrial Vintage Laundry Room.
Naturally Textured Woven Wood Shades
Many modern farmhouses employ white walls to keep the space light and bright, and to act as a canvas for other interesting design elements like lighting and artwork. Woven Wood Shades are a great way to add texture to walls and windows, and the natural colors can play off of wood floors or exposed beams. Woven Woods lend a relaxed feel to any room. Holli’s favorites for wood-toned Woven Wood Shade materials are Tahoe in Teak, Montauk-2, and Montauk-4.
Warm White Shades
Even if you love the all-white look, you can bring the warmth of the farmhouse into the space with interesting white window treatments. Our Bryce material in White looks beautiful on Woven Wood, Roman, and Roller Shades, and softens the straight lines and hard surfaces of rooms like kitchens and bathrooms with its paper-based weave. For a bit more privacy, try Ozark in Latte with its rich mix of white and brown. If the rest of your space is a little more farmhouse and your window treatments need a touch of modern, try Roller Shades in Fountain (in White or Slate) with its subtle distressed pattern.
Striking Charcoal Gray Shades
Industrial accents like metal chairs and pipe shelving look right at home in the modern farmhouse. Charcoal gray shades can add depth and tone to the otherwise minimal modern farmhouse, and draw upon dark metal finishes to tie the space together. Materials Jackson in Grey and Bryce in Dune both add interest, texture, and color, while still allowing some natural light to filter through.
See all of Holli’s picks and order your free swatches from her curated collection on our Modern Farmhouse Moods & Motifs swatch board. Call us, send us an email, or stop into a showroom for more information about all of our window treatments and to get started with your modern farmhouse project.