A cozy fireplace is carved out of the exposed brick wall in this home's charming rustic living room. The leather armchair nearby makes the most of the corner windows, soaking up the view and the sunlight while toes stay warm by the fire.
The old, outdated living room with this updated, stylish living room. The couple wanted to blend the natural, rustic style of the cabin and a more modern feel. To make this a reality, they used natural materials such as the leather ottoman and pillows and the wicker storage baskets. They then added modern, open shelving next to the television. With the suede couch, the couple now has plenty of seating.
This family room, designed by Barry Dixon, calls on rustic touches to make the room a cozy gathering place. It features salvaged exposed beams, a two-story stone fireplace and a large wrought iron chandelier.
Stacked stone wall houses a contemporary fireplace and flat-screen TV in this open, rustic living room. A gray sofa is paired with yellow armchairs and a tufted gray ottoman to create a cozy seating area.
A large stone fireplace is the focal point in this spacious and rustic living room. A vaulted wood ceiling draws the eye upward toward a pair of mounted antlers, while comfy furnishing, including matching wingback chairs and a zebra-print ottoman, anchor the seating area below.
This rustic great room has vaulted ceilings, eclectic seating and large windows. The space centers around a large stone fireplace and mantel that complement the exposed wooden beams on the walls and ceiling.
The living room is a welcoming mix of casual rustic style and impressive architectural details like the soaring ceiling. Roll back the large double doors and walk out directly onto the covered patio and the backyard and pool area.
A stone fireplace and exposed wooden ceiling beams add to the rustic style of this spacious living room. A pair of brown leather armchairs and a neutral sofa provide comfortable seating around the fire, while plenty of windows flood the room in light and show off the beautiful woods surrounding this north Carolina home.
This modern-rustic home features stained and scored concrete floors, a stacked-stone fireplace and glass walls framed by natural wood that blends into the surrounding forest. The room's open, airy design evokes the feel of living in a cozy, modern treehouse. Ample seating is sleek and modern.
A low-slung sectional anchors this cozy living room on a soft, woven rug. Large windows with transoms offer beautiful scenic views, while the room's rustic wood accents and earthy color palette bring the outdoors in.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and Curtis Goldin had only $80 left to renovate their living room for the sixth challenge. Their big design decision was to take out the popcorn ceiling and expose the wooden subfloor of the second floor; the rest of the room was designed around that idea, with rustic pieces from Joss & Main, and under-stair storage and shelves made by Curtis.