Farmhouse Style – Slater Mill Dining and Shiplap Walls

When I first saw these next two room shots featuring our Slater Mill dining furniture, they reminded me a lot of the farmhouse style that we see Joanna Gaines doing so well these days on the very popular HGTV show, Fixer Upper.

Urban Farmhouse style - a look much like the popular farmhouse look that Joanna is famous for on the popular show Fixer Upper. Shiplap walls and all! Slater Mill Dining | Schneiderman's Furniture.
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Her look is always relaxed, unpretentious and welcoming, but not necessarily always casual.  In the rooms she designs for her clients, she creates a nice mix of elements by combining found objects and reclaimed wood with more modern touches like geometric print rugs or pillows.

Urban Farmhouse style - a look much like the popular farmhouse look that Joanna is famous for on the popular show Fixer Upper. Shiplap walls and all! Slater Mill Dining | Schneiderman's Furniture.

In her blog post At the Roots: Joanna Unpacks Her Style, Joanna had this to say about the style of her own home: “When I designed our century old farmhouse I wanted it to feel and look like it did a hundred years ago. It’s not overdone, but it’s comfortable and reminiscent of times past that we all can relate to in some way. I long to keep the space simple and clean since this is where we go to retreat and unwind…

Chip and Joanna Gaines' Farmhouse kitchen.
Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Farmhouse Kitchen

SHIPLAP:

Another interesting element commonly used on Fixer Upper, and in the Slater Mill dining room as well, is shiplap or planked walls.   It’s a great look and if you’re interested in incorporating it into your space, these links may help:

*updated 10/19/15

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