What’s your favorite farmhouse style? Whether it’s French country or modern, check out these Clayton manufactured and modular homes and their takes on wildly popular farmhouse designs.
Farmhouse models are easily our most popular, and it’s not hard to see why. Today’s farmhouse style takes all the best elements of the classic rural look: rustic materials combined with sleek lines and neutral colors. People associate this style with warmth and comfort, and its emphasis on the practical yet sophisticated.
Here are some farmhouse features you can find in Clayton floor plans that will turn your home into a cozy and charming space:
We also know not all farmhouse styles are exactly the same. That’s why we wanted to give you plenty of manufactured and modular home options. So, check out our list of farmhouse-inspired models, from traditional to boho.
The traditional, also referred to as colonial, farmhouse look is probably what comes to mind when you imagine the style. Think natural wood elements throughout the home, from ceiling beams to weathered floors. Neutral and muted colors, organic textures and vintage pieces are also hallmarks of this design.
The Lulamae is the perfect model to start our list as the embodiment of traditional farmhouse. Ceiling beams stretch across the living room and are paired with a coffered ceiling in the kitchen. Shiplap accent walls are everywhere, from the kitchen to the primary bathroom. We also love the lighting fixtures in the home, with a mix of barnyard hardware and vintage chandelier. Plus, there is an abundance of natural light with double and triple windows found in several rooms. But the Lulamae doesn’t forget the practical side of farmhouse style either. Enjoy a kitchen island with butcher-block stye counters and extra seating options, a walk-in pantry and a circular tub just asking you to take a nice, long soak. And with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a front porch, you’ll have plenty of room.
We also can’t forget the Idalou when talking about traditional farmhouse. The kitchen alone will steal your country heart with its shiplap island, subway tile backsplash, galvanized metal pendant lights, glass-doored cabinets and the barn door to a walk-in pantry. You’ll also love how the darker wood of the ceiling beams in the living room matches the paneled accent walls and trim in every room of this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. The primary bathroom is a beautiful blend of old fashioned and new luxury with a marble-style tiled separate shower to match the countertops of the divided sinks and a makeup vanity, all with tin framed mirrors above them.
French farmhouse takes a softer, more elegant approach than traditional or rustic. You’ll find more creamy whites, shades of beige, pale yellows and subtle blues in the color palette. Floral patterns, distressed woods and curved lines are also staple of the style.
The Ingram balances that down-to-earth feel with hints of refinement. The marble-style countertops in the kitchen have streaks of earth tones in them, and the apron sink is stainless steel. And the subway tile backsplash is a pastel blue, complementing the all-white cabinets. The home’s floors have a weathered look, but there is crown molding throughout. An antique-style chandelier hangs in the dining room, while the walk-in shower has a rainfall showerhead and wood-look tile. Tall windows invite light into the house, giving it an airy atmosphere. And with 3 beds, 2 baths, this French farmhouse is ideal for a medium-sized family or frequent guests.
The Island Breeze keeps a few more of the rustic features of traditional farmhouse but maintains the elegant French Country look. The wood-style floors look a bit more polished and darker to contrast with the warm beiges and creamy whites, and the shiplap accents look more distressed instead of freshly whitewashed. The sliding barn door in the kitchen can slide to reveal the built-in hutch or the pantry, and the metal pendant lights over the island work well with warm wood-style countertop.
In the living room, you have the option to turn the entertainment center into a cozy fireplace as well. Both bathrooms are charming with dual vanities — no fighting for mirror space — with options in the primary for a separate bath and shower combination or a larger enclosed shower, along with built-in hooks and cubbies to a linen closet. Like the Ingram, this model also has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, but you can choose the option to make the second bedroom a home office.
If you want more of that down-home look with even more natural elements, rustic farmhouse may be more your style. Earth tones, raw materials and more of an emphasis on simple and functional decor help achieve this look.
The Number One is more rugged with distressed-style flooring, long ceiling beams and a stone media wall. The kitchen has birch-style wallpaper, a galvanized pendant light and warm granite-style counters that match the ones in the bathrooms. Its heavy use of wood in the decor makes it perfect for rustic farmhouse and cabin home lovers alike. And the open floor plan with split bedrooms of this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home will give you plenty of space.
Rustic farmhouse definitely describes the Frontier well. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath model has beautiful warm cabinets in the kitchen that are paired with striped marble-style counters and an earthy backsplash. Ceiling beams match the simple mantel of the floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace in the large living room. Wood trim is everywhere, and the whole home has a welcoming feel.
Modern farmhouse usually sticks with neutrals like bright whites and grays, but bolder colors can be added in as accents. This style focuses on sleek lines and minimal clutter while still having classic farmhouse details such as subway tiles and big windows. Also, there’s a mix of natural materials with more modern ones, like stainless steel appliances with butcher block counters.
The Cowboy is one of our favorite modern farmhouses and will soon be yours, too. The pop of the blue, stacked island against the all-white kitchen, the picture window above a stainless steel sink with a pull-down faucet, and the antique-style pendant lights paired with modern appliances all create a balance of new and old in the kitchen. Shiplap and weathered wood accent walls are found in several rooms, along with the clean look of white quartz-style countertops and tiling. The living room’s tray ceiling with rustic beams is one of the stars of the home, and, of course, you also get the perks of a streamlined spa bathroom with a walk-in shower and a separate tub with built-in linen cubbies. You’ll want to ride off into the sunset to this 3 bed, 2 bath home.
The Shower House 2.0
There is more to love than just the huge walk-in shower in the Shower House 2.0. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home has weathered-style floors throughout, a minimal color scheme and rustic details with a modern approach. In the living room, a shiplap accent wall is paired with an entertainment center with a granite-style counter. There is a white built-in hutch for additional storage in the kitchen and the same white in the wainscotting in the dining area. A sliding barn door separates the primary bedroom from the bathroom, which does indeed have a stunning shower, along with a built-in linen cabinet and dual sinks.
Industrial farmhouse is just how it sounds, combining traditional farmhouse style with warehouse-inspired industrial elements. Since they both use rougher elements like metals, brick and wood, it’s an easy matchup with details like black iron or copper fixtures, open shelving, neutral colors and lots of texture.
Freedom Farm House 32X60
Texture is something the Freedom Farm House 32X60 has in abundance. You can see it just in the kitchen, from the glass globe pendant lights and the smooth quartz-style island top that blends with the unfinished look of the wood-style counters and tin accents on the range hood. Of course, there’s shiplap barn doors, a walk-in pantry and a dream-worthy, circular soaker tub, but there are also the industrial details like metal hooks at the entryway for coats and bags, and iron wrought light fixtures. You get the best of both worlds with this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home.
The Granite Ridge
The Granite Ridge is another example of a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home where industrial meets rustic. We’re a big fan of the ceiling beams, as always, and the wood paneled accent wall — also found in the primary bedroom and bathrooms — with the built-in open shelving of the entertainment center option in the living room. The open floor plan leads into the kitchen with exposed brick backsplash and a large kitchen island almost entirely covered by quartz-style counters. You’ll find the dark wood-style and shiny chrome details through the model, along with distressed-looking floors and the muted gray and off-white color scheme.
Boho farmhouse invites more colors to the farmhouse palette. It has more layering, plant life and eclectic pieces, but both styles call for decor that looks vintage or homemade and uses natural wood and fibers.
The Kimmel is everything you could want in a boho farmhouse. With 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, the open floor plan encompasses a beautiful living room, kitchen and dining room. The blue accent wall in the dining room matches the two-toned cabinets in the kitchen, and shiplap pairs well with the mosaic backsplash. Galvanized pendant lights over the island bring the farmhouse, while the open basket weave drum chandelier over the dining table brings the boho. Light wood-style beams and antique white tin make a statement in the coffered ceiling. You can find splashes of blue from cabinet knobs to the above the dual vanity of the primary bathroom, and the light wood is incorporated in every room.
The Bluebonnet Breeze is our last boho farmhouse model and wraps up our list. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, two living spaces (with the option to turn one into a fourth bedroom) and a flex space. The natural wood elements, neutral walls and weathered-style flooring lend well to both boho and farmhouse, while elements of both stand out. The sage green island with wire cage pendant lights in the kitchen is decidedly more boho, but the built-in chalkboard and hutch along with subway tiles is more in the farmhouse camp. The designs play off of each other in the home, seen in the textured wallpaper of the flex space and primary bathroom, the thick mantel over an electric fireplace in the den and the abundance of natural light from large windows.
And there you have it, a showcase of the variety of farmhouse styles Clayton has to offer. Whether you’re in love with all things shiplap or like the look of more raw materials, we have the options to fit your style. Visit our homes page and search for the number of bedrooms, features and price ranges you are dreaming of. Your perfect farmhouse is calling!
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