The inviting queen bed includes a custom bed frame made with whitewashed planks of wood that create a look similar to a classic white fence. An industrial-style chest with metal frame and engineered wood finish on one side has three drawers for handy storage of bedroom essentials, with a clear glass table lamp with cotton shade on top for nighttime reading.
Rustic meets urban design at Bobalicious, a tea bar located in San Diego, Calif. Though the seating area is trimmed in urban decor such as a graffiti wall design and tin ceiling, the service area is given a warm touch with the help of rustic wood paneling.
This rustic kitchen features dark wooden cabinets, wood paneled walls, a black vintage stove, a classic ice box, and a custom pie cabinet to infuse a collected and vintage aesthetic while providing modern comforts.
A brushed steel floor lamp and an aluminum tree stump-style stool also sit on this side of the bed, with a mooring moose figurine with white fur trim on top of the stool for a fun tribute to the mountain modern style of the room.
Who wouldn't want to stay in this rustic style hotel room? The main feature in this bedroom at the Ace Hotel is an exposed black brick wall. A platform bed made with white and black linens anchors the room and side tables with black table lamps act as bedside tables. The room's hardwood is laid in a zig-zag pattern, Chevron-like pattern and an antique table and stool act as a work station.
Warm, rustic wood meets industrial and urban design features in this San Diego tea bar. Just as the eating bar features reclaimed wood on black, iron legs, the accent wall blends a black-and-charcoal graffiti design above wood paneling for continuity in design.
A temperature-controlled wine tasting room features rustic brick walls, built-in wine racks and octagonal tile flooring. In the center of the room is a wine barrel table paired with leather-and-wood bar stools.
This San Diego tea bar mixes urban style with rustic accents. Bobalicious features a black-and-white accent wall painted by a graffiti artist and warm, rustic wood paneling. Industrial features are introduced with the corrugated tin service counter and red, Tolix-style chairs.
Rustic style evokes an upscale cabin in the woods and celebrates a connection to nature and the past. Often incorporates repurposed wood or industrial elements, with a focus on exposed beams, wood walls and rough-hewn floors.