A living room is just that; a space where we live! It’s used for a multitude of needs, from TV watching, family game nights, gathering of friends, solo reading afternoons and everything in between. This means a living room needs to be both beautiful and functional. A sofa should be both something you enjoy looking at, and something you enjoy cuddling up in on a cold day! For those reasons, we can’t think of a cozier style than Rustic. You may have a preconceived notion of what rustic living room design looks like when you hear it. Many people picture it to be shabby chic or even log cabin style, and while rustic embodies both those styles, it’s not limited to that in any capacity. Rustic interior design shows an emphasis on natural beauty and a bit of ruggedness. This can be seen in wood furniture that isn’t overly finished or ornate, and fabrics that are naturally derived like cotton and jute. You can really personalize a rustic living room to be on any spectrum you are drawn too, but understanding the principles of this design style is a helpful place to start! Rustic design has grown in popularity in the last decade thanks to Joanna Gaines and a growing movement of homier and cozier spaces. If you are gathering rustic living room design ideas, you can find anything from Modern Farmhouse to Industrial Rustic...and everything in between! Rustic Living Room ideas are also very popular with families with kids and pets, as rustic furniture is often durable and comfortable. You will find deep sofas, comfy armchairs, ambient lighting and homey touches that make coming home feel like a warm hug! When it comes to rustic living room layout, it depends on the function and shape of your particular living room. Creating a space that fosters comfortable living, a place to gather, and something that works with the flow of your home is key. Is a rustic living room design right for you? If you are drawn to earthy or neutral tones, nature inspired textures, unpretentious interiors and a peaceful feeling, then yes! A Rustic living room could be the right choice for you! We’ve compiled our favorite rustic living room design inspiration for you to start your design journey, so please, enjoy!
This space has a rustic flair with a leather sectional that brings some color to this neutral space. A reclaimed wood coffee table completes the space and adds texture and interest. Elements like natural woods help to add to the rustic style.
When we last saw them, Monica and Chandler were happily married and raising their adopted twins, Jack and Erica. But what if they hadn’t decided to move out of the city? Would their apartment still sport those purple walls and eclectic mix of furnishings? If we had to guess, Monica and Chandler would have kept the original style of the place, but given it an upgrade.
This living room is what Modern Farmhouse dreams are made of. The seating arrangement, with two stunning white sofas flanking the fireplace, creates drama and a true wow factor! The neutral color scheme allows the furniture to pop, and it's all offset by the unexpected but welcome pop of light blue seen in the distressed rug.
Boho style doesn't always have to be light and airy. The style can have a hip moody vibe as well. If you'd like to add a little edge to your boho space, all you have to do is pair some darker colors with rustic boho trademarks. In this design, dark walls pair with cozy faux-fur rugs, woven pieces, and a tapestry for a look that's as boho-chic and edgy-cool as a fringe motorcycle jacket.
This is our idea of a refined-rustic farmhouse living room that would make Chip and Joanna Gaines proud. From the symmetrical white sofas and the rattan side tables to the arched mirror and display cabinet, all the pieces in this open living room nail the rustic comfort look. If you're looking for a living room layout that always works, this is it.
Turn any bedroom or living room corner into an instant reading nook by anchoring it with a comfy armchair, side table, ottoman, and tall open bookcase. How you style it is up to you. Or take a page from this comfy corner and try taking a modern rustic approach. All you need to infuse the spot with lots of warmth is to bring in furnishings that are big on woven textures, cozy wood tones, and crisp whites and neutrals.
To create a space that feels super cohesive, try pairing furniture and wall art that reflect one another in shape and form. In this image, a circular end table with verticle lines has abstract art with circles made of verticle lines above it. The shape of the camel-colored armchair is reminiscent of the shape in the picture behind it, and the colors of the room accessories match those of the small abstract images. The overall effect feels organized, harmonious, and charming.
Love plants but struggle to keep them alive? Try plant themed wall art and spare yourself the agony of botanical defeat. In this space, the four botanical images let the outdoors inside and complement the large cabinet's organic wood finish making the space feel fresh as a garden without any of the labor.
The Ravine Home Drake Sofa is center stage in this design and the almond color fabric is perfection. Adding in pillows with earth-toned colors, texture and pattern create a cozy place to sit back and relax. The reclaimed sideboard adds a hint of mint-colored wood adding to the earthy palette. While the coffee table is more modern and has clean lines the parquet top pairs perfectly with the rustic style.
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