Recycling isn't just for cans. This mantel and fireplace were designed and constructed completely from reclaimed wood, adding an element of comfort and drama, while staying consistent with the rustic, shabby chic feel of the space.
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.
This large scale room is brought down to earth with natural accessories like the log coffee table, indoor topiaries and low-slung furniture. The custom "bonfire" in the fireplace adds a touch of whimsy to the hard surfaces surrounding the fireplace.
This spacious living room features large windows that highlight the surrounding mountain view, as well as a vaulted exposed beam ceiling that gives the space a larger appearance. A floor-to-ceiling gray stone fireplace offers a cozy vibe, while a brown leather sofa offers a cody place for relaxing.
This modern-rustic home features stained and scored concrete floors, a stacked-stone fireplace and glass walls framed by natural wood that blends into the surrounding forest. The room's open, airy design evokes the feel of living in a cozy, modern treehouse. Ample seating is sleek and modern.
To keep the open, airy feel of the living room, the ceiling reaches up two stories tall, with the rustic stone chimney getting pride of place at the head of the room. A large brown leather ottoman is a chic, efficient and durable coffee table. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
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.