A sweater-style rug lends its soft warmth underfoot in this living room. Then, classic rustic details like the chandelier and fireplace are freshened up with the accent pillows' contemporary patterns and textures.
The front entrance of this home elegantly mixes the modern and rustic elements and gives guests a preview of what they will find inside. The clean lines of the steps and columns introduce the modern aspects of the home's design, while the rich, wood door nods to the rustic details in the interior spaces.
Cream tones and rustic details were selected for this home near the ocean for a coastal look. Designers Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri also added panels of faux boxwood leaves to create an earthy feature wall.
Bold colors, fanciful patterns and rustic details define this 6,000-square-foot mountain ski home in Park City, Utah. The rustic exterior combines with interior elements that blend the client’s love of pattern and color with the ruggedness of the Park City landscape.
Black framed French doors and windows open up to the porch and pool area while also providing great views of the horizon. Rough-hewn ceiling beams and doorframes bring texture and rustic detail to this contemporary space.
In the bathroom, designers carried the rustic feel throughout the space with the exposed beams and wood details, bringing warmth to the room. For glamour, designers added neutral tile that would help keep the design clean and elegant.
Deep red posts and black hand rails make this wood staircase stand out. The newly built farmhouse, nestled on a 12-acre property with a modern pool house and in-ground pool, features white walls and soft gray trim throughout. Modern touches blend with traditional architectural details to create a thoughtful space that's both cutting-edge and cozy. Pale wood plank flooring completes the farmhouse feel.
Not one inch is wasted in this tiny home designed by Incredible Tiny Homes. The coat closet was thoughtfully designed for hanging front to back therefore requiring very little of the entry’s space; paired with the storage trunk below, the two components allow the entry to function like a mudroom. The pale blue barn door is a great rustic detail that provides privacy for the bathroom without obstructing any space. Dual in its purpose, the bathroom doubles as the laundry room. The combination of the hardwood floors and natural materials create an immediate sense of warmth upon entering the tiny home.
On HGTV's Fixer Upper, the renovated barn home's upstairs dining room features shiplap walls, baseboards and molding, as well as, recessed lighting and a chandelier. The decor is a mix of rustic details with a clean, contemporary finish.
Each treehouse was constructed with a mix of woods and designed to look like an upscale Swiss chalet. From the sloping roofline and charming turret to the expansive windows and gorgeous outdoor deck, the home’s beauty rivals that of its surroundings.
The windows in the front door play off the industrial-style windows found throughout the home and allow the natural light to fill the living space. Layered rugs on the porch give the outdoor space a cozy, indoor feeling.
Animal hides, stone and rustic wood details give a nod to the Park City, Utah, landscape. However, the interior of this ski home is colorful and eclectic, driving home the clients' fun-loving personalities.