A DIY Rustic Living Room
This DIY rustic living room is a treat for sore eyes. The white ceiling supported by natural wooden beams and adorned with a DIY chandelier contrast well with the brick walls. The large industrial-sized windows let ample amount of light to come in and reflect an easy-going transition of the outside world to the inside. The muted green sofa set, upcycled vases and the movable coffee tables add to the unique elegance of this living room.
A Modern Rustic Living Room
Bring in an element of sophistication as well as cosiness with this modern rustic living room theme. The light grey plastered brick walls provide a textured look to the interiors, while the unfinished and natural wood armchairs and coffee table become perfect additions to the space. The green plant on one side lends a pop of bright color and brings life. The set of black ceiling lights become a focal point of attraction.
A Peaceful And Cosy Country-Style Zen Corner
Doesn’t country-side rustic spell an abundance of wooden elements and greenery? Take a power nap, indulge in some peaceful meditation or reading your favorite book in this nook. Add outdoor accent pieces such as green potted plants and vases on step ladders that also serve as a display unit in itself. Incorporate the woodsy feel through soft and bright brown pillows on an upcycled cushioned white lounge couch.
Be Teleported Back In History
This library-study room combo makes the industrial and rustic come together and also teleports you back in history. The exposed grey brick wall and the rustic bookshelves perfectly complement each other and look luxurious. The hanging white lights and the horizontal windows look seamless and will help you carry out your work better.
Cook And Dine In Style
Doesn’t this open-plan kitchen and dining room look absolutely mesmerising? The vaulted ceilings and wooden beams define old-world elements while the white quartz kitchen countertop and dark cabinets lend a modern touch. Cook and dine in style at this rugged dining table that’s lit up with traditional candle lights and lanterns, creating a pleasing balance of sorts.
Embrace The Rustic Farmhouse Beauty
Visually walk into the green woods with this expansive dining and living room combo. The long, lean and dark brown wooden panels on the ceiling and the rug below bring in the much-needed warmth to the interiors. On the other hand, the series of window panels running along one side are excellent connectors to the pretty outdoors. Just frame the walls with antique-looking art and wall decor pieces and the chimney area with old wooden vases, and you’re good to go!
The Pop Of Old From The Western
Add a traditional touch to this western-style bedroom with unfinished wooden headboard for your sleeping space. Coloured textiles, an eclectic wall art piece, a geometrically designed bookshelf and the industrial floor lamps give a semi-rustic spin and tie the look of the whole room together. The white walls make every home decor element beautifully pop out.
There you go! Hope the blog has inspired you enough to incorporate rustic elements into your home. Define your own aesthetic style and make it your own with ease. Have any more ideas to add? We’d love to hear from you in the comment box below.
Pooja Dara holds an MBA in Marketing & HR, and has worked for leading FMCG brands with over six years of experience. Now an independent consultant she believes in creating value for her clients with user-centric and engaging content. She is also a photography enthusiast who loves shooting nature.