A dining room with a touch of rustic? Why not, of course! There are so many reasons that will make us fall in love with rustic décor: weathered woods, stone walls, and antique furnishing, to name a few. Despite its old-fashioned and worn-out appearance, rustic décor is a natural beauty to the sight that will give you serene just by looking at it.
Furthermore, the tranquil ambiance produced by a rustic dining room will make your mealtime more enjoyable and leave a good impression for the guests as well when you invite them. Whether it is for a formal or casual dining room, you should really take a look before deciding which one is your most favorite!
A rustic dining room shouldn’t always be traditional, as it can look modern and beautiful with the right color picks. As the design embraces a minimalist look through the clean white walls, the visible beams on the ceiling define its rusticity. Meanwhile, splashing colors of blue on the chairs and décor on the table bring some refreshing feels.
Spice up the bench on the window nook with a heavy rustic touch and turn it into a stylish dining room. Supported by the magnificent outside view, you will have an unusual mealtime with the loved ones. It could be your new favorite gathering spot as well!
Nothing can be more old-fashioned than having a wood stove in the room, which happens to be near the dining bench and creates a strong rustic style. Everything about this dining room is natural, from the stone floor to the all-wooden materials that made up the wall and ceiling.
In a dining room where rustic and vintage meets, there stood a large display cupboard as a statement décor. Despite having the same material as the rest of the room, the light wood shade of the cupboard helps it to be more noticeable even from afar.
This spacious, luxury rustic dining room uses the exposed ceiling trick to make it less cramped. As it actually has a low ceiling, the visible beams can be used to hold the steel chandelier for a more dramatic effect. The room is dominated by earthy-toned colors, making it feels serene and peaceful.
You can use anything to accentuate your rustic dining room, including a fireplace just like in the picture above. This double-duty fireplace really adds value to the whole space. Not only it separates the dining area and the sitting room, but it also provides warmth for both sides on a chilly night.
Don’t let the empty space on the corner left unoccupied, since you can set up a table and a few chairs for a formal rusting dining room. While the curved legs of the chairs flaunt a vintage vibe, the velvety and patterned cushions splash some colors to the design.
In a modern rustic design, you can have a seamlessly-looking glass wall and set your dining room by it. The addition of vibrant colors such as magenta and yellow will make the interior less rustic if it’s not because of the wooden materials that dominate the room.
This rustic dining room which appears in a log cabin style will remind you of your getaway in the woods. The presence of the materials from nature that are left unchanged will give you a relaxing sensation you can hardly find in the modern design.
It’s never impossible to incorporate some luxury into your rustic dining room after looking at those marble countertops. It proves that you don’t have to work too hard to make it prominent because its distinctive pattern manages to stand out on its own.
Using this mini rounded table along with a couple of matching chairs will create a casual dining room when you don’t have much space left. While everything in the room looks similar – even the striped cushions, the colorful flowers on the table breathe life into it.
A patio is more than an extended area of the house since you can emphasize it as the beautifying element for your rustic dining room. Especially when it is opened to nature, the breezy air and warm sunlight can be a perfect company for your appetizing food.
In an open-plan space, you can have your kitchen, living, and dining room in a single area with a captivating rustic style. Under the same ceiling, you can tell that despite integrated, all three sections have distinctive styles – such as the rattan dining chairs that match well with the main theme.
Adorn your dining room with not-so-rustic décors like ornate mirror and the mirrored sideboard. Their white frame helps them to accentuate the shiplap wall and becoming strong focal points for the design. Also, they blend well to the red chairs that accompany the long table!
This rustic dining room is surrounded by the stone walls that give out an ancient feeling, strengthens by the Indian wall art hung above the mantelpiece. The rug with flower embroidery pattern sets the area apart from the rest, as well as the statement lighting above the table.
More on the modern and minimalist side than rustic, this dining room preserves natural look through the wooden pots that are used as décor, as well as the animal skull that gives a quirky touch! To strengthen the rustic style, the table and chairs are made of wood, even though it is darker and polished.
Worried that your dining room will be overshadowed by the strong rustic feel in an all-wood design? Simply putting a sign décor will solve the matter. Not only it is to tell everyone what the set of tables and chairs are for, but also as a major statement décor to fill the empty wall.
Open space, glass folding doors that will expose you to a spacious yard, and the surrounding stone wall are probably the ultimate rustic dining room idea you’ve ever dreamed of. The openness will indeed give you a healing view while digging into your food with lovely family and friends during the weekend.
Colorful rug is probably not a popular element for the rustic dining room, but having one turns out to be a good idea. The richness of the patterns highlights the area where the table and chairs are set, telling them apart from the rest of the room.
This rustic dining nook has a mix of Scandinavian style in the room. While the grayish tone of the pillow and chairs blends with the natural elements perfectly, the one that successfully steals attention would be the unique statement lighting that gives a modern accent.
This dining room looks cozy with a U-shaped cushion bench in a rustic surrounding, dramatized by the three wall sconces that shine two-way lights. Since the sconces are attached near the ceiling, the sunlight doesn’t affect them very much.
High ceiling, warm lighting, and a seamless dining room in a rustic house are all you need for a tranquil vibe. The illumination works as an accent to the wall with a stone fireplace, giving off a traditional, peaceful feeling to spend your weekend in.
For an ultimate rustic style, keep the whitewashed wall in its original state for the dining room. This lowkey dining area is set against the window to provide an energizing outdoor view during mealtime.