When I first started making my terrain, I had a 'Dutch countryside' theme in mind, as our group of FoW'ers were all building Market Garden forces. In the end, I think it could represent either Dutch or French countryside, as its fairly generic. So lets take a look :)
The buildings that feature in the village are from Kerr & King, and I was quite happy with them. Their value and quality were both excellent. The roofs are removable, as are the 2nd story floors, so positioning infantry in the buildings poses zero problems. I highly recommend Kerr & King for FoW buildings.
The roads were made from 3mm MDF, covered with a product called Sydney White Liquid Sandstone, from the Megatreat company, bought from my local Bunnings Hardware. I glued magnets to the roadsides before covering the whole thing with the sandstone mix, so the tree's could be removed for storage.
The wheat/corn fields are just a latex backed door mat cut into four sections. Static grass has been glued to the edges so it matches the grass mat.
The ponds are the Battlefront Battlefield in a Box Ponds, with static grass and grass clumps added to match my terrain.
Like the ponds above, the river sections are from Battlefront, using the four different Battlefield in a Box River Expansions sets. I wrote about the good work Battlefront did with ordering these in a previous post here.
And the newest addition to my terrain is the Battlefield in a Box Italian Vineyards. I'm sure there's vineyards in France and Holland too ;)
So there you go. I hope you like the countryside battlefield, and if you have any questions, ask away!