75 Rustic Country Decorating Ideas for Every Room

If you ever find that your home or apartment is lacking that cozy, farmhouse feel, there is still a simple way to get that look that won’t break the bank.

Whether you have a small home in the city or a spacious countryside home that is begging for a revitalization, you’ve come to the right place for some great tips and tricks. We’ve put together 75 country decorating ideas that you can use for any room in the house, with styles ranging from vintage and rustic to French country, and classic southern to modern farmhouse decorating.

Whichever direction you choose, you’re sure to end up with a one-of-a-kind, timeless country look. Don’t forget to pair your country design with rustic home decor pieces to add that lasting look to your home.

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This farmhouse bathroom nails its decor with reclaimed wood shelves to store spare towels, toilet paper and simple decorations.

Photo Credit: Infarrantly Creative

Add floating shelves above the toilet to display decorations such as vintage glass jars and some greenery.

Photo Credit: She Holds Dearly

Combine fresh or silk flowers with rustic metal pots, vases and trays for a nice balance of masculine and feminine decor.

Photo Credit: The Little Vintage Nest

These simple, ruffled curtains and "bath" sign are great decorations for a farmhouse bathroom.

Photo Credit: The Little Vintage Nest

Adorn your bedroom nightstand with a few vintage pieces like this vase, books, and milk jug of lavender.

Photo Credit: Savvy Southern Style

Decorate the corner of a bedroom with a wicker chair and printed burlap throw pillow.

Photo Credit: Savvy Southern Style

Fill an empty corner of your bedroom with an antique chair and an old telephone to represent the slower pace of the countryside.

Photo Credit: The Backyard Bungalow

This repurposed window is a great way to frame old photos while simultaneously serving as a shelf for decorations.

Photo Credit: The Country Chic Cottage

A few decorative throw pillows add that cozy factor and a pop of color to any bedroom.

Photo Credit: The Grit and Polish

Combine various matching decorative pieces in a wicker basket on your kitchen table for an interesting, country-style centerpiece.

Photo Credit: CD’s Country Living

Decorate your dining room with a simple, rustic wood table and contrasting wooden chairs.

Photo Credit: Birds of a Feather Design and Hooper Patterson Interior Design

For that classic country look, this dining table features linen and burlap table runners with a wire basket of eggs, crystal and candles.

Photo Credit: Tarnished Royalty

In lieu of a gallery wall, display vintage plates and china on the wall of your dining room.

Photo Credit: The Fancy Shack

Vintage dining room lighting pairs well with a rustic, natural wood table to create a country vibe.

Photo Credit: The Rustic Life

Floor-length checkered curtains and fresh flowers are simple farmhouse dining room decorating ideas.

Photo Credit: Willow Wisp Cottage

Add floating shelves on the wall of your dining room to store and display spare plates, pitchers and decorations.

Photo Credit: Worthing Court

Nothing says farmhouse more than chicken wire and flowers in a pitcher, as seen in this kitchen.

Photo Credit: Buckets of Burlap

Chalkboard paint allows you to update the daily dinner menu or add custom drawings on your kitchen wall.

Photo Credit: Miss Mustard Seed

Transfer all your spices to matching jars and display them on a shelf for easy access and kitchen decor.

Photo Credit: Rustic Honey

For simple farmhouse kitchen decorating, display a hand-painted wooden sign with a cute farm animal statue.

Photo Credit: The Inspired Hive

Store your flours and sugars in mason jars for an easy and inexpensive country decorating idea.

Photo Credit: The Wicker House

Create a simple gallery wall with family photos and antique decorative pieces hung with twine.

Photo Credit: Chic on a Shoestring Decorating

Your couch is a blank canvas. Create a country look by decorating it with printed canvas pillows.

Photo Credit: Must Love Junk

Create that fresh farmhouse feel in your living room by decorating with whites and light blue hues.

Photo Credit: New South Home

Got empty space? Repurpose an old bench by using it as a shelf to display pictures in rustic frames.

Photo Credit: Re-Fabbed

Create a symmetrical display of family photos with reclaimed wood shelves and picture frames.

Photo Credit: The Mountain View Cottage

You don’t have to overhaul your entire home to create a country vibe. Decorate with simple pieces like this rustic mirror and wooden sign.

Photo Credit: The Rugged Home

Browse antique stores for old books and wooden crates to repurpose into decorations that have a story to tell.

Photo Credit: The Rugged Home

This modern farmhouse living room features a beautiful brass framed mirror between repurposed shutters and white dinnerware.

Photo Credit: Worthing Court

With country decorating, simpler is better. A few glass jars in a wire basket can be the final touch you’ve been looking for.

Photo Credit: Bower Power

This ladder made of unfinished wood is a great decorative piece for a farmhouse bathroom.

Photo Credit: Jenna Sue Design Co.

Add masculinity to your country powder room by using black paint and corrugated metal to create a vintage barber shop theme.

Photo Credit: Knick of Time

Simple pieces like this framed floral art and glass goblet of flowers will add just a little bit of country.

Photo Credit: Life is Sweet as a Peach

Design a rustic bathroom out in the country with a theme of natural wood and stone.

Photo Credit: Recipe Girl

Repurpose an antique crate by hanging it on the wall to create shelves for toiletries and decorations.

Photo Credit: Refresh Living

This bathroom has a southern country feel with its light color palette and white lace-style decorative pieces.

Photo Credit: Salvaged Inspirations

Who says you can’t put a chandelier in the bathroom? The brass fixtures and off-white shower curtain are a perfect fit for a country bathroom.

Photo Credit: She Holds Dearly

Rustic wood fixtures and decor, wire baskets and antlers all come together in this country bathroom, making it fit for a cowboy.

Photo Credit: The Pink Tumbleweed

Mix in a few antique decorations into a color palette of fresh whites for easy country decorating.

Photo Credit: The Rustic Boxwood

The clawfoot bathtub and ruffled white shower curtain in this bathroom contribute to a classic, timeless look.

Photo Credit: Vintage Refined

You can DIY or buy distressed painted furniture to add that antique factor to your bedroom.

Photo Credit: The Backyard Bungalow

Decorate a nightstand with vintage pieces like the lanterns and brass alarm clock in this country bedroom.

Photo Credit: The Country Chic Cottage

Create a cozy bedroom with oversized pieces, such as the chunky knit blanket and giant wall clock seen here.

Photo Credit: The DIY Mommy

This bedroom speaks rustic yet classy with its reclaimed wood ceiling and crystal chandelier.

Photo Credit: The Heathered Nest

Stick to a color palette of neutral beiges and browns for easy farmhouse decorating.

Photo Credit: The Rustic Life

With a beautiful reclaimed wood table like this, keep the centerpiece simple, such as these three glass jugs.

Photo Credit: A House and a Dog

This country dining room’s color palette consists of whites and pops of soft blues for a cohesive look.

Photo Credit: CD’s Country Living

Choose a simple, large art piece to feature as the focal point of your dining room and use it to color coordinate with other decorations.

Photo Credit: Lolly Jane

Start by decorating your dining room with farmhouse-style furniture, like this distressed table and wicker chairs.

Photo Credit: Miss in the Midwest

This contemporary dining room has a little bit of country with its lantern-style light fixtures and farmhouse bench.

Photo Credit: New South Home

A few rustic touches like this lamp, distressed bench, and reclaimed wood art piece will cultivate a country atmosphere.

Photo Credit: Not Just a Housewife

This farmhouse dining table is decorated with a monogrammed burlap table runner and iconic white pitcher of fresh flowers.

Photo Credit: Re-Fabbed

The checkered curtains and farm animal artwork are reminiscent of a picnic out in the country.

Photo Credit: Savvy Southern Style

Make your dining room chairs appear antique with a DIY project of distressing the wood and reupholstering the seats.

Photo Credit: The Painted Chandelier

Hang a crystal chandelier above your farmhouse dining room table for a charming, southern country look.

Photo Credit: The Rustic Life

When your country dining room contains lots of wood and neutral colors, add pops of green with decorative plants and wreaths.

Photo Credit: Worthing Court

Don’t be afraid to make a statement with oversized block letters and a flashy chandelier.

Photo Credit: Bees N Burlap

Decorate your clean white farmhouse kitchen with white ceramic dishes and plates with a few plants for pops of color.

Photo Credit: Miss in the Midwest

Vintage wood signs are a simple way to add a bit of country decor to a contemporary kitchen.

Photo Credit: Miss Mustard Seed

Distressed wood doors make great farmhouse kitchen decor, and you can easily do it yourself with some paint and sandpaper.

Photo Credit: Table and Hearth

Repurpose an old vintage trunk to serve as a rustic coffee table, then give it a little life with fresh flowers.

Photo Credit: Chic on a Shoestring Decorating

Use natural materials to decorate a rustic country living room, such as bundled sticks, chopped wood, and fresh (or silk) plants.

Photo Credit: From My Front Porch To Yours

Decorate the coffee table in your country living room with antique silver trays, pitchers with flowers and burlap.

Photo Credit: Must Love Junk

Decorate with soft blues and fresh flowers for a contemporary country gathering space like this inviting living room.

Photo Credit: New South Home

For simple and straightforward farmhouse decorating, add a few pieces of wicker furniture and hang a "farmhouse" sign.

Photo Credit: Savvy Southern Style

An old wooden barn door adds interest and helps to fill empty wall space in a country living room.

Photo Credit: The Fancy Shack

The vintage rug and farmhouse-style coffee table take this living room from ordinary to countryside.

Photo Credit: The Mountain View Cottage

By sticking with neutral browns, you can combine a variety of mismatched throw pillows on your living room sofa.

Photo Credit: The Rustic Life

In a modern living room, add that farmhouse appeal by distressing your coffee table and hanging reclaimed wood picture frames.

Photo Credit: Wife in Progress

Decorate your country living room with antique finds, like the mirrors, shutters, and candleholders in this living room.

Photo Credit: From My Front Porch To Yours