The reclaimed wood accent wall in this master bedroom creates a focal point for the space, while setting the tone. To add style and design, the wall sconces, which are on a pulley system to allow the homeowners to adjust the lamps to their desired height, and overhead chandelier break the traditional approach of bedside lamps and a ceiling fan, providing a romantic, yet functional, feel to the space, while the white bedding, airy curtains, microfiber rug and earth tones infuse the room with softness.
Instead of a headboard behind the master bed, a reclaimed wood wall creates the focal point in this rustic, industrial space. In the center of the wall, the artwork, printed from Etsy and outlined in a rustic frame, adds a personalized touch to the couple's master sanctuary and reminds them of their forever love.
Wood paneling warms this spacious room, and a large painted clock stands out against the dark wood wall color. Antique armchairs and sofa in muted tones bring a touch of Colonial charm to the rustic wood walls.
This reclaimed wood bathroom in a oceanside home is inspired by driftwood washing up on the beach. The rustic-feeling space mixes multiple materials and textures in earth tones, creating a nuanced and calming space. High, white ceilings and a large window keep the space from looking too dark.
A charming guest bedroom (the house has four bedrooms in all) includes two double beds and plenty of natural light thanks to the vaulted ceiling and clerestory windows. Exposed stone walls and unfinished wood beams maintain the rustic character of the home.
Stone walls and ceiling beams add to the rusticity of this Colorado home's design. In this kitchen, dark wood cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage. An integrated refrigerator harmonizes the look, while the decorative peninsula kickspace adds interest.
Distressed, reclaimed wood planks line the pitched ceiling to add texture and visual interest to this staircase. Iron lantern wall sconces give the space a cozy, inviting farmhouse vibe. A wall of windows keeps the stairs from feeling closed-off or dim.
A beautiful stone wall fills the space above and around the fireplace in the cabin's great room, creating a nice contrast with the light wood paneling and enormous windows. Clusters of chairs make up multiple seating areas for game night, meals, relaxing fireside or simply enjoying the blissful location.