Stunning Rustic Interior Photos
Looking for rustic interior photos? You’ve come to the right place! The following rustic interior photos include traditional log homes, modern rustic living rooms, southwestern interiors and upscale mountain homes. All are designed for those who love to embrace the slowed down pace of country living, tranquility and a close connection to nature. Here you will find uncomplicated color schemes, open floor plans, stone fireplaces, plenty of natural textures, wood flooring and design elements that bring the outdoors inside.
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A Newly Designed Haliburtan Cottage
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A modern rustic cottage in Haliburtan boasting 2,250 square feet of open concept space with an airy living room, dining room, refitted kitchen and ancillary wet bar.
A Masterpiece of Modern Southwestern Design Balancing Livability and Luxury
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The great room of this Desert Mountain home features subtle Southwestern touches, such as patterned pillows, wood accents and cowhide poufs, which serve as a serene backdrop to the jaw-dropping views outside. “I wanted to build a home that felt like a hug,” explains a Desert Mountain dweller about the enveloping abode she and her husband began dreaming up in 2011. “These projects always end up a little bigger than you need, so it was extremely important that when it was just the two of us, our home felt cozy and comfortable.” To accomplish their vision, the couple enlisted the help of an all-star line-up of local design professionals, each of whom brought their own special attention to detail to the undertaking.
A Warm and Inviting Living Room by Studio V Design
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A stunning modern rustic living room with large expanse of windows, plenty of seating and a unique fireplace design.
A Beautifully Designed Rustic Interior with Plenty of Natural Textures
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A well-appointed living area with natural textures ranging from warm wood tones to brick and stone.
A Modern Rustic Dining Area with Bright Pops of Red
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The bright pops of red provide a stunning contrast to the warm tones in the flooring, wall siding and ceiling.
A Refurbished Barn for Film Director Shawn Levy and His Family
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Originally built in the 1970s from centuries-old reclaimed wood, this barn was refurbished for film director Shawn Levy and his family by New York firm Bonetti/Kozerski Studio. Birch, willow, and Norway maples trees tower over the stucco-clad residence.
A Serene and Elegant Bedroom
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Creative Rustic Living Room with a Gorgeous View
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Designer, Salt Lake City- based Anne-Marie Barton, kept the great room’s existing concrete fireplace and put in new oak flooring by Exquisite Surfaces. She hung a Four Hands light fixture above a wood-and-chrome Zentique coffee table and selected comfortable upholstered Verellen seating. The rug is by Vaheed Taheri.
A Rustic Retreat with Mountain Views
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Sentry Rock Estate on the Hawksbury River
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This magnificent Appalachian-style lodge was built out of Australian cypress logs in the late 1990’s on a private stretch on the Hawksbury River. The estate, at 5501 Wisemans Ferry Road, Spencer, an hour-and-a-half out of Sydney, is accessible by road, boat, and air. It includes a cinema room, a sandstone cellar, pool, sauna, spa waterfalls, pizza oven, fire pits and boat ramp, as well as what’s popularly believed to be Sydney’s larges private vessel berth at 30 metres – a World War II munitions barge floated from Sydney by Mr Rene Rivkin.
A Contemporary Woodland Truckee Retreat Near Lake Tahoe
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Touches of color brought in through the upholstery echo the wildflowers and lichen found on the property. A gray leather chair, paired with its matching ottoman—both by Minotti from Arkitektura—swivels to take advantage of conversation in the living area or views through the sliding doors toward the terrace. The floor lamp is by Circa Lighting. The generous use of windows frames majestic views and strengthens the connection with the surroundings.
A Luxury Swiss Chalet in the Swiss Alps
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If you are looking for rustic and farmhouse Christmas wreaths - this is the post for you! I've compiled 10 of the most beautiful wreaths for 2022. From stunning farmhouse magnolia wreaths to rustic Tahoe wreaths with leafy boughs of pine and intertwined antlers. Here you'll find farmhouse Christmas wreaths with large brown magnolia leaves that add depth and color as well as large farmhouse-style linen bows. Christmas trees aren’t the only way to adding natural botanical decor to your holiday home. Real and faux Christmas wreaths & garlands can be used inside your home and outdoors to add a festive feel with all the beauty of seasonal leaves and flowers.
The holidays are all about entertaining and if you’re planning a holiday feast this Christmas, the table should be as memorable as the menu. Whether you’re planning a tablescape for two or hosting an intimate dinner party, setting the scene for a celebratory night can be simplified with a few key ingredients. Here you’ll find stunning Christmas tablescape ideas – from Christmas centerpieces to how to layer linen, serving ware, table decor, and textiles. When it comes to the holiday season, taking time to create a beautiful environment makes all the difference in the experience of gathering.
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year and infuse your sanctuary with holiday spirit. This post covers a wide variety of Christmas bedroom ideas, including tips on how to create rustic, farmhouse and kids holiday bedrooms. When it comes to Christmas bedroom décor, you can’t go wrong with the addition of seasonal ornaments, sumptuous fabrics and twinkling festive lights. Whether you plan on purchasing Christmas bedding or just adding a few holiday touches, here you will find beautiful vibrant images of bedrooms that celebrate the Christmas spirit.
This rustic Christmas home tour was inspired by the design work of Ken Fulk, who is renowned for his layered interiors, high-concept hospitality brands and unforgettable parties. Ken Fulk grew up surrounded by beautiful, rural landscapes in Virginia justifying the designer’s passion for snowy wonderlands and sung hearth sides. He has appointed himself as master of ceremonies for his family’s holiday celebrations and it's easy to see why. For favorite clients, Ken Fulk not only crafts a cozy guesthouse in the Montana mountains, but also oversees an array of holiday festivities—proving he is as much impresario as decorator.
This stunning ranch style house is perched high on a hilltop and nestled among the trees claiming its rightful place on a scenic 200-acre property in Texas. The owner desired an ample yet understated home with natural and simple architectural expression that would blend effortlessly into the landscape that surrounds it. Heavy timber columns and stone walls ground the home to the site. Reclaimed siding and simple barn-like structures give the architecture a sense of history and regional belonging. Referencing the owner’s love of the old west, many of the interior walls showcase the same stone and wood that is on the exterior of the home. This gesture alludes to a time when materials were not mass produced but simply gathered from the area and formed as needed.
This post features tours of beautiful country homes designed by Beth Webb, an internationally recognized interior designer admired for her tactile, serene, and dynamic spaces. Beth believes beauty only works if it is calibrated by ease, and that elegance is rooted in simplicity. “Texture is my color palette,” says Beth, who uses a variety of materials and objects to create interest in a room. She mingles sinuous profiles with hard lines, juxtaposing masculine and feminine silhouettes to create compelling, sensual spaces. Layered light is another crucial element bringing a sense of warmth, romance and contentment to Beth’s interiors.
Today we begin a tour of a stunning Atlanta home where the pallet was inspired by the home owner’s (Jane Hight) vast collection of blue-and-white Imari porcelain inherited from her mother and grandmother. Having served as the accountant for interior designer Lauren DeLoach for several years, it was natural for Hight to enlist the designer’s help when decorating her home. When it came to a color palette, the pair looked no further than Hight’s beloved family porcelain. “While we knew we would use blue, finding the right shade took some study,” says DeLoach. “We didn’t want a too-saturated hue, but we didn’t want it too pale. We also needed another color to add punctuation marks here and there, so the salmon hue came from the Imari porcelain.”
The small and compact English-style country home is 1,400-square-feet and situated on a sweeping pasture across from the Inn at Brays Island in South Carolina. The owners hired Interior Designer, Beth Webb to create a pastoral blend of Anglo and Low Country traditions. “It’s interesting how a house this tiny can be so INCREDIBLY LIVABLE. Inside, all that extreme verticality means the rooms feel neither contained or compressed. Plus the house has a beautiful orientation on the property, so there’s a lovely dappling of light morning, afternoon, and evening. We took advantage of this as much as possible, especially in the galley kitchen, which we designed as kind of a non-kitchen kitchen, a space that looks more like a sun-splashed garden room with that huge window.”
Children's farmhouse bedrooms are cozy and charming and provide easy opportunity to make a few seamless changes as they mature. Farmhouse-style is all about clean lines and classic patterns and is characterized by welcoming whites, a penchant for wood and folksy accents. In this post, I have included a broad range of girl’s farmhouse bedrooms that depict the traditional farmhouse aesthetic to rooms that introduce a bolder color palette. The goal is to create a room that suits your child’s individuality, is attractive, comfortable and flexible enough to grow with your child. That way you won’t have to redecorate for many years to come.