When most people think about rustic and industrial design, they imagine rugged spaces with all hard edges and rough wood, but this room proves that the styles can be soft and inviting while still maintaining their unique charms. The industrial materials like glass, leather, and metal add color and contrast complement the rustic cowhide rug and natural wood finish making the space feel welcoming.
Equestrian motifs such as the horse wall-art in this room are a common (and delightful) element in southwestern decor. The designer played up the pony vibes with a hide rug (no horseys were hurt) and faux fur stool, which reflect the playful dignity of our four-hoofed friends.
Open studios can be awkward to design, but using furniture and rugs to define spaces makes it simple. This open studio doubles as a living room and bedroom, and by arranging the sofa and chairs in an intimate gathering setting, the living room feels like its own room. The sofa subtly divides the bedroom area, allowing it to have it's own moment!
Earth tones in rustic design are like peanut butter and jelly, blend perfectly together. To amp up the rustic style add a hide area rug and pillows in various earth tones. Incorporate other natural elements as well, such as, wood furniture and landscape art.
An eclectically styled living room allows you the freedom to pick furniture pieces that are a little out of the ordinary. Why not pick a chair or two that have curvilinear lines and bold color to really enhance that diverse look!
This small nook is the perfect place to get cozy and read your favorite book! The deep armchair is extremely comfortable and great for relaxing. The small side table is just the right size for a warm cup of coffee. Also, the short bookcase can be used to store your books, collectibles or even kid toys!
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