Comfortable, warm, and inviting – no one can refuse a “please come in and sit for a moment” invitation if they are requested to be present in these brilliant rustic living room ideas. From the shrouded and traditional look to the bright and modern one, all the living rooms featured in this list will help you to renovate again your space into a sanctuary of your own. Eager to learn about how to bring this aesthetic into your home? Check out this collection of 25 charming rustic living room ideas that will inspire you to make your home comfier and warmer this season.
When you install several pieces of earth-toned furniture and paint clean white walls in your rustic-style living room, consider choosing one object that can create big statement to bring in the outpouring of classic atmosphere. It can be anything from antique artwork or display shelves with exposed wood like this one in a living room that is mostly covered in muted and neutral hues.
Antler as a wall display is one of the many trends that will always be timeless. If you go with a classic deer antler, you can do anything with it if in the future you decide to change the style and replace all the furniture in the room. As long as it is placed closed to wooden flooring, high ceilings, glass walls and fireplace with authentic design, installing that one antler with the best look that caught your eyes will always be the easiest way to exteriorize a rustic living room in a second.
Want to create an authentic plus glamour living room while still maintaining the homey and warm vibe of it? Attach a grandeur accent to attract all eyes on it, like a low-hanging chandelier or arched door at your entrance or patio. This living room is also the ultimate representation for airy space furnishing. Although there are variety of items taking up the space, the addition of the glam arched entryway will make the entire room feel extra special.
In this rustic living room that enhances the modern look, the classic striking color combination of black and white dominates the entire space for a reason: it upgrades the rooms’ aesthetics. The monochromatic flooring, couches, coffee table and pendant lamp overhaul things up while the exposed bricks and barn-inspired ceilings secure a natural, peaceful and strikingly beautiful environment.
This living room is the ultimate exemplar of perfectly combined tones that strike a balanced and fine-looking color consistency. The couch, curtain, dresser, flooring and walls carry on a crisp white scheme, while the accent decorations bind the whole look together in an earthy color palette. It’s a great way to accentuate the minimalism aspect of the rustic interior design.
Aside from the rustic metal candle chandelier and stone fireplace installed in this living room, the structural beams fixed here is the biggest statement above all of the decorative elements. It brings the elegant yet homely look to the existing living space with its reclaimed oak as well as balancing the visual weight of your living room.
Choose a well thought out living room layout that nurtures comfort and initiates conversation of your guests if you often request their company at your home. For example, in this living room that carries rustic design, we assemble seating around an extendable coffee table that can be adjusted to the number of sofas you have which are both spacious and welcoming. You might want to use a circular seating if the sectionals one are not a good option. And if you also love the aesthetics of the brown color scheme, arrange furniture sets and matching colored decorative elements together to bring extra warmth to your living room.
Floral patterns that can be found here and there in this living room might inspire you to not hesitate to use your favorite patterns to beautify your home. As you can see on the sofa cushions, the floral pattern becomes a sweetener that enlivens the simple atmosphere due to the dominance of white in the room which may seem too empty for you. The soft hues of flowers and earthly tones work well, mixing everything together beautifully.
A room with glass walls always look spacious, beautiful, and not only that, they also provide extra access to natural light to flow into your living space. The glass panels are also constructional and when they are integrated in a rustic-style living room, they create a prominent appearance. The glass walls in the rustic living room look best when incorporated with natural and warm items together with a soft color scheme.
Everything in this space is centered on the greenery. The use of lush greenery as the centerpiece makes the room feel calming and leafy even though there isn’t much of it.
High ceilings in a living room make the room appear wider overall. A spacious, rustic living room that has high ceilings will look more airy and have an outstanding appearance regardless of how you decorate the furniture in it.
The bookshelves in the living room allow all kinds of opportunities for you to display a variety of mementos, and also for storage. Choosing a multi-storey ladder shelf like this one will also add another decorative rustic touch.
The next rustic living room is designed in such a way as to bring fresh air flowing into your living space. Not only does this show that you can use a brick fireplace in a retro-style environment, but it’s also an ideal example of how to design a rustic living room that is both soothing and warm, traditional and formal. The key is to place a seating that prioritizes comfort, and the material used must be laid-back but clean, like leather, for example.
When in doubt, add a home cafe. This establishes a great depth to the room and makes afternoon tea parties very easy. This also makes the room look more organized and thoughtfully decorated. We love how leather sofas and coffee tables with unpolished solid wood material make the sitting area stands out while still blending well along with other decorative rustic elements.
You might know that lighting in your home is important. Lighting is one of the simplest and most influential decoration items out there and chandelier is a perfect example of it. This medieval inspired candle chandelier offers rustic flair in an iconic dim silhouette. Actually, the more rustic a chandelier looks, the more aesthetically pleasing your living room is.
If you have limited space but still want something cool and rustic to support several stacks of books or need a versatile additional seat option for guests, these ottomans are the ideal addition to your living room without suffocating the existing space.
Picture yourself relaxing in a pleasant country-style living room, a crackling fire burning warmly on one side, and a panoramic view on the other; an ultimate peace and tranquility.
Adding some plants to your living room will bring a touch of lush green and an organic spark to the room straight away. Give the indoor potted plants a shot for a dynamic outlook to adding depth to the design. In addition, placing a vase with fresh flowers as the centerpiece of your living room is a simple trick that will put a smile on your face as soon as you enter the room.
The main living room is the perfect place for rustic mirrors. With a black metal frame that adds interest to the details, this round mirror will be a wonderful addition to your living room. In addition, it also becomes a brilliant way to give your room a more uncluttered, wider feeling.
Nature is the best source of inspiration you can trust to revamp your living space with beautiful rustic designs. Like exposed bricks, for example, will help make your living room comfortable. The brick wall is also very easy to adapt to the interior and color scheme of your choice: white for minimal aesthetics or dark gray for a modern rustic impression. Very often a fireplace is made of bricks while the wall behind it continues the furnishing.
Add an elegant vintage touch to your living room through the installation of tall curtains made from burlap which is very popular nowadays for rustic windows. This will bring your living room to life, and will complement the interior elements that you have meticulously chosen.
Who says rustic interior design doesn’t give room for uniqueness to take over attention? You can still experiment with unique elements as long as you prioritize uniform color schemes. How about adding an exotic touch of ratan to your furniture?
You might assume that the side table is just a piece of furniture that is nothing more than an additional decorative element. However, do you know if you can make it the center of attention that can bring rustic aesthetics into your living room? If you like the rustic look, be brave enough to place one or two side tables with exposed wooden accents to add style to your living room.
Because rustic-style houses always invoke similar style elements into them, excite your walls by hanging only the best rustic prints. You don’t have to always go with a complicated design, something as simple as this abstract black and white painting is enough to do the work well.
One trick to make your living room look old and rustic is to use high-quality organic material. Pieces made of materials such as solid wood are a good choice. Its use either as a structural ceiling or flooring accent makes it a timeless aesthetic as a whole.