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Blending Modern and Rustic Designs
As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno, Trists' design has expertly combined the natural aspect of the cabin with the modern aspects that the couple desires. In the living room, the rustic design is brought to life with the wood wall, exposed wood beams, the original wood burning stove for extra warmth and decor such as the antlers on the wall and the wood candlestick holder. She brings the modern into the design with the window treatments and the rug. The natural blue color on the wall and the curtains adds a pop of color to the space.
Rustic Living Room With Beamed Ceiling and Antler Chandelier
Inspired by the horse painting on the wall, this rustic living room keeps it light and airy. The light-colored couch adds plenty of seating and, along with the handmade shag rug, anchors the room. An antler chandelier adds another rustic touch that complements the exposed ceiling beams. A stone wall around the fireplace adds texture against the surrounding white walls.
Living Room: Clifftop Mansion in Santa Barbara, Calif.
The residence of over 11,000 square feet welcomes you with stunning ocean views seen from throughout the home. In this living room, walls of glass, a stone fireplace and the richness of handpicked mahogany create a cozy, almost rustic setting.
A stone fireplace extends to the ceiling in this rustic-chic Martha's Vineyard living room, drawing the eye up to take in the room's soaring dimensions and exposed architectural details. Furnishings are harmonious and neutral.
The new living room in the King home is open and spacious. Walls have been removed, creating a much more open feel. Shiplap has been put in and new wood floors have been installed, as seen on Fixer Upper.
When deciding what kind of coffee table to buy, it's important to think about what function it will serve, says designer Rachel Greathouse. In this case, an heirloom trunk serves a new use as storage and a coffee table in this rustic space.
Rustic Neutral Living Room with Brown Exposed Beams
The wood beams are left intact but the textured ceiling has been removed to reveal the original tongue-and-groove wood ceiling. The original hardwood floors have been restored, and new sconces, a classic model ceiling fan, vintage area rug and comfortable furnishings help create a warm and welcoming living space.
Contemporary, Organic Living Space is Full of Light
Vaulted exposed wood beams are paired with three massive pendant lights to bring the 17-foot-high ceilings down and create a cozier environment. Simple yet comfortable furniture surrounds an oversized gray coffee table, while neutral floor poufs provide extra seating when needed.
A wall of glass extends to the peaked, cathedral-height ceiling in this expansive Lake Tahoe great room, overlooking a view as picture-perfect as a holiday card. This mountain home is directly on the skyway, allowing residents ski-in, ski-out access. The structure's orientation on its high-elevation lot offers 180-degree views.
This elegant living room is covered from floor to ceiling in lustrous wood for rustic lodge feel. A charming fireplace offers a cozy spot to relax with one of the many books that fill the built-in shelves.