By keeping a neutral color palate in this living room, different styles and patterns come together in harmony. Zebra print armchairs contrast with the rustic decor but look absolutely regal sitting in front of the river rock fireplace.
Charcoal-colored stone is paired with dark wood beams to create an open, rustic living area. The Tudor home features four stories that overlook the traditional living room. Classic tufted armchairs mix with wooden display cases and antique accessories to create a space that's welcoming and comfortable.
Rustic meets luxury in this traditional bedroom with beautiful views of Arizona. Exposed wood beams are paired with a glamorous chandelier, and a soft color palette, weathered woods and lush fabrics create a cozy, relaxing space.
Mix textures and finishes for a distinguished style. The rustic raw wood barstools at this kitchen island create a great contrast with the plush dining table chairs and tie in with the hand scraped wood table. The mixture of textures, says Cindi MacPherson of The Interior Partners in Atlanta, is something that many homeowners miss when they decorate themselves.
Baskets add natural texture and warmth to kitchens, and can make even a large space feel cozy and intimate. In this kitchen, designers with Moda Floors and Interiors stacked an assortment of baskets at one end of the island for instant farmhouse charm.
The traditional open plan kitchen in this home blends seamlessly with a relaxed dining area. Arched doorways welcome occupants into surrounding rooms and wrought iron sconces and chandeliers give the space a rustic, elegant feel.
This third-floor home office takes advantage of the beachside property's sweeping views. The traditional space features a beamed ceiling and built-in credenza that add architectural interest. The homeowner is an avid outdoorsman, so art and accents in this space have a rustic, woodsy feel. The walls feature a sand texture wall treatment, and matchstick shades filter light without blocking the view.
This eat-in kitchen is casually elegant with a rustic dining table, metal chairs, a glamorous chandelier and rich hardwood floors. Keeping most of the materials and accessories in the white color palette allows the kitchen to feel bright and airy, while small pops of color and the use of natural materials grounds the space and adds texture.
Deep, dark wood cabinets and a striking ceiling light fixture create a masculine tone in this traditional rustic kitchen. A granite topped kitchen island features a raised counter that is perfect for intimate dining.