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Rustic Decor: How to Achieve a Rustic Style

22 May
Rustic Decor: How to Achieve a Rustic Style

In simple terms, a rustic style is when the design of your home has an emphasis on natural, rugged beauty. This pretty much means that earth tones and textures inspired by nature define what your home is made up of, giving it that warm and charming feeling that you will love living in. Keep reading to learn more about how you can achieve a rustic style of your own.

Natural Elements 

You can’t have a rustic style without natural elements. The more raw, natural materials in your decor and your architecture the better. It is probably actually the most vital component of a rustic style.

Beams and Panels 

Nothing screams nature and rustic style more than wooden beams on your ceilings and wood panels on your walls. They really both represent nature perfectly. People many times go with large, chunky beams and panels since they are a great reminder of the outdoors.

Color Palette

You will definitely want to go with a neutral and natural-looking color palette for your home if you’re trying to achieve a rustic style. Think muted and natural tones, like different shades of beige, brown and green. These types of color palettes are both earthy and soothing.

Furniture 

Rustic style homes typically have large, chunky furniture. It just fits the bill more appropriately. Small, dainty furniture tends to just get lost in rustic style homes. And not only does it get lost, but it really just looks out of place with the whole rustic theme.

Check us out for more rustic and nature-infused decor and design ideas.

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