The cabinets in this rustic contemporary kitchen were resurfaced with a cool gray color and neutral stone flooring was installed. Dark carpet on the nearby staircase contrasts nicely with the kitchen's light color scheme, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.
The foyer is a perfect example of how the cabin blends a thoroughly luxurious feel with charming rustic design. Polished tree trunk posts support the upper level, wrought-iron sconces light the welcome and all around gorgeous wood paneling wraps the space in warmth.
To prevent the shiplap walls and distressed sideboard from feeling too rustic, designer Lauren Clement pulled in metallic accents. These details, like the table lamp seen here, offer a hint of luxury and shimmer.
As you're putting together your tablescape, pay attention to how the textures of each element play together. Too many shiny elements can come across stark or flat. If you introduce too many work and faded elements, the look can come across rustic or country. Here, the perfect balance of refined wood, soft fabrics, a mix of metallics in faded brass and rich gold along with layered chargers in cork and seagrass strike the perfect combination.
This rustic-modern kitchen in the 2014 HGTV Dream Home has it all, from soaring ceilings and an extra-wide eat-in island to luxe touches like a side-by-side double oven and a countertop espresso machine. In the background, a dining table looks out on forest views.
Cozy touches including a window seat, stone fireplace and custom carpet turn this rustic bedroom into a luxe retreat. A comfortable leather chair takes advantage of the light from the room's multiple windows, while a glam, yet rustic pendant light adds elegance to the space. Custom draperies draw for privacy and to block light, while opening fully during the day to allow the room's occupants to take maximum advantage of the sweeping views.
Kitchen Cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino took a narrow and dated galley kitchen and created this beautifully open floor plan in a luxe new space that marries kitchen, dining area and living room. The new 13-foot kitchen island features brilliant white quartz countertops. Its front panel is made from reclaimed wood that was locally sourced from a decommissioned water tower that was more than 150 years old.
Varying smooth, soft, and rough textures makes any space more interesting, and it’s especially appropriate in a rustic setting. Here, a DIY framework of rustic branches anchors rough twine streamers from which smooth and shiny metallic holiday balls dangle. Luxe chenille throws draped over the backs of the counter stools add still more tactile style.
Sometimes a mix of styles can create a refreshingly unique room. Here, velvet bedding pairs up with rustic elements like an animal hide rug and bench for a look that's a little luxe, but not at all precious.
Rich and luxe, this traditional living space uses contemporary elements -- such as the white chairs with hammered upholstery tacks -- to add an updated feel. Together with a vibrant zebra-print ottoman, bird painting and animal statues, the room feels rustic and alive.
Pale wood nightstands and a trio of wooden mirrors add a rustic element to this gorgeous bedroom. A transitional platform bed is topped with luxe bedding that coordinates with the artwork. Two-toned curtains add dimension to the teal accent wall.