Rustic Bedrooms: Guide And Inspiration For Designing Them
The modern rustic interior style is one that is gathering in popularity fast. Is it a subconscious rebellion against cool coloured pared-back minimalist schemes that have dominated for so long? Maybe. Rustic styling is typically warm tones, cosy casual area rugs, fur textured throws and upcycled furniture, like pallet beds and beat up looking storage trunks. But we’ve seen these creep into other styles too, so what makes rustic, rustic? Well we’re here to show you how to combine rugged features with animal inspired art and lighting, stacked natural stone fireplaces and raw wood feature walls so you can feel like you’re living life out on a ranch.
Check out the faux antler chandelier that dominates this rustic bedroom scheme. Right from the word go you feel like the owner of this home is living a simpler, wilder life being closer to nature. Dangling a piece like this from chunky wooden beams is the ideal way to go for maximum rustic impact. The wood burning stove in the corner casts a gorgeous natural glow and allows piles of chopped wood to be used as room decoration.
Here’s an example of a lighter wood covered vaulted ceiling. Despite its smoother finish it has carries the same strength of rustic style. A trio of concrete planters carry a similar tone, bringing the hue all the way down from the ceiling to floor level.
This room is a great example of the upcycled furniture trend in rustic interiors. The pallet bed works perfectly in a rugged scheme, as does the distressed paint job on the wardrobe and floor-standing mirror frame. Note also how blue tones work beautifully with tan leather and copper accent pieces.
Oversized cans are the bedroom pendant lights in this wood dominated scheme. Even the wall art is a slice of tree trunk. If you can’t find an exquisite piece for you wall then you could always opt for a decal or even framed art of a tree trunk.
A natural throw is enough to add a little of the right flavour to a stark bed; team this with wooden bedsides and you’re good to go. if you’d like to see more of this style then check out this rustic cottage.