Rustic Living Room With French Doors and Stone Fireplace
Natural light flows in to the living room that is full of richness and warmth thanks to the wooden ceiling and stone fireplace. Pairs of white-washed French doors open the space up to the beautiful lake beyond.
Neutral Contemporary Rustic Family Room With Striped Rug
This family room uses a blend of rustic accents—nailhead trim, wood furniture—and bold contemporary patterns to create a look that relaxed yet stylish. Soft neutrals let the graphic rug and curtains stand out.
This super chic living room mixes rustic elements (the cow hide rug and brown leather sofa) with urban edge and results in a room that's both cool and comfortable. Instead of closing off the space with a ceiling, occupants can see past the exposed wood beams up into the level above.
A stone fireplace extends to the ceiling in this rustic-chic Martha's Vineyard living room, drawing the eye up to take in the room's soaring dimensions and exposed architectural details. Furnishings are harmonious and neutral.
In the 2014 HGTV Dream Home living room, yellow accents pop against wood and metal. Skirted and striped armchairs pair with a yellow Windsor and wingback chair, while a fluffy neutral rug softens the dark hardwood floors.
Found objects are an eye-catching alternative to artwork above a mantel. You can replicate this look by layering discs, made of wood or metal, that you find new at discount home decor stores or while rummaging through items at thrift stops, says Donna Mathis with Haven Design Works. Look for ones with different sizes, which also can save money, instead of buying three large discs.
Rustic Neutral Living Room with White French Doors
As seen on Home Town, the Burks residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the living room has completely changed now that the main wall between the living room and dining room has been removed. A low wall next to the fireplace has been left that now acts as a bookshelf and china cabinet on the dining side,
A large open concept layout connects the living room, dining room and kitchen. The dining room and kitchen are farther away from the lake views, so the designer raised them up on a small platform. That and a small railing help set those spaces apart from the living room.
For a quick, easy update in a room that already has wood paneling and extensive beams, paint your mantel. This green mantel fits with the wall color and accessories such as a lamp and decorative pillow. The room is designed by Atlanta-based Cruickshank Remodeling.
A rustic stone fireplace with wood mantel is surrounded by comfortable armchairs and tufted leather bench for an intimate conversation area in this mountain retreat. In the corner, a small desk is topped with a contemporary brushed nickel lamp.