Rustic Living Room Design Ideas – Natural Interiors
The rustic style is back in force and has caught our attention as we seek to take refuge in an environment still unaltered by the passage of time and the technological evolution. In this style, we find the energy and the inspiration of natural things and the consummate harmony with nature. And to highlight all these, here are several illustrated examples of rustic living room design ideas, a room where tranquility rests unconditionally.
Stone as far as the eye can reach and vintage furniture for a classy atmosphere, but exuding warmth. The room seems to be expanding vertically, with the fireplace and the decorative helm as central elements drawing all the attention.
A seemingly ordinary living, with the whitewashed walls and the accessories opening up the room more than its physical limits allow. In the foreground, the wooden and iron furniture and the ceiling beams layer the room and give it a rustic touch.
An apparent cluttered room, but light-flooded from the outside, which again revolves around the two plans shaped by the wooden furniture and the white painted beams above.
We can hardly imagine a rustic style without the two central elements, wood and stone. In the image below, the room is clad in wood from floor to ceiling, getting a friendlier flavor. The shelves on the two sides come to visually balance the room.
Wood and stone again, in a combination which gives personality to this room. The light spots highlight interesting details, while the coffee table in the foreground and the old closet in the background shape the final details of a rustic room.
Beautiful contrasts in another living, where the image is again double layered – the rustic furniture and the massive beams in the ceiling and the white couch and door, emphasized by the natural light.
Again, a chromatically well balanced room, with wood and stone as central elements. The light sources in different corners of the living come to give the inert room a little dynamism.
A translucent light which is crawling into the corner visually dominated by the wood in different proportions. The chest and the wicker basket, along the old rug, complete the rustic image of this upper floor respite corner.
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