Weathered Wood

Modern Farmhouse Living Room Dreams

Modern Farmhouse Living Room Dreams

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.

Rustic Touches for Eclectic Warmth


Rustic Touches for Eclectic Warmth

Leather, linen, and rich wood finishes add a rustic edge to this contemporary foundational furniture in this living room, making it feel eclectic, warm, and enticing.

The Core Of A Coastal Living Room

The Core Of A Coastal Living Room

The core of any coastal style living room is the coffee table. For this style, you need an oversized coffee table that can fit everyone around it. Lightwood and curved details bring in the driftwood feeling that we always think of when it comes to coastal design. The final touch is having one or two trays to hold all your decor pieces that can be moved when you are ready to break out the board game.

Go Green-Rustic Living Room

Go Green-Rustic Living Room

Add some GREEN to brighten up your rustic style! Whether its fresh (or faux) greenery or botanical leafy prints, adding a little green creates a more airy, woodsy type of feel. Switching up or adding a wreath or garlands when the season's change can also be a great way to transform your style and add a bit of interest and depth to the overall look.  

Elegant Symmetry

Elegant Symmetry

This elegant dining room effortlessly blends classic and transitional design elements for a stunning space. The pale blues add a serene effect while the weather wood makes this space feel approachable.

Rustic Coffee Table: Weathered And Distressed

Rustic Coffee Table: Weathered And Distressed

If you fall in love with the look of a coffee table, don't be afraid to have different wood tones on the end tables in the same room. It is ok to have two wood tones in a space with this rustic aesthetic. You can do this by picking a rustic weathered piece and find something that has the same undertones in one piece to match another.

Rustic and Pink Nursery

Rustic and Pink Nursery

We love the way weathered wood tones mixes with soft pinks to create magic in this rustic nursery. Try mixing your accent color with neutral tones for a balanced color scheme. The grey and cream rug anchors the nursery with plush texture and pattern, letting the pink wall color take center stage! A crochet garland hangs from the ceiling, adding a whimsical element. 

A Classic Living Room

A Classic Living Room

This classically designed living room boasts a refinement that is quite serene. To create a cozy and classic seating arrangement, try pairing two club chairs together. We love the Macon Club Chairs from Hyde park; the contrast of the weathered wood and dark velvet upholstery adds a polished element to this living space!

Rustic Elegance: Open Living Room

Rustic Elegance: Open Living Room

This elegant rustic open living room flows seamlessly from cozy seating area to dining! The neutral color scheme starts with the furniture, carrying the weathered wood style through both spaces. The cream-colored accents brings light to the open room and the pops of blue add personality, making this a beautifully polished space. 

Traditionally Casual In Neutrals

Traditionally Casual In Neutrals

Rest and relaxation happen here, as a soft neutral color scheme blankets the room with warm inviting arms. This traditional living room has a rustic, lived-in feel due to the various wooden items, rustic pieces, and plants.

An Air of Tranquility

An Air of Tranquility

Home office design should boost your creativity and productivity; this relaxing and graceful home office does exactly that. The vintage desk, retro chair, comfortable mid-century leather loveseat, and modern reclaimed wood storage give this office its eclectic vibe. The neutral tones help pull this look together.

Accessorizing with Mixed Elements

Accessorizing with Mixed Elements

In a neutral space adding texture is important to break up the neutral aspects of a room. Styling with a wood coffee table and adding elements like plants, and metal accessories can bring a different feel into the room. Throw pillows can also add texture, comfort, and a pop of color, making this overall living room warm and inviting for you and your guests.

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