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Ali Budd Interiors
rustic furniture with an elegant lighting
Combo of modern with natural rustic elements.
Legs on side Rustic Nice beat up wood
lucite chairs with rustic wood table
another rustic table with Tobias chair
Ikea chairs (chrome matching our chandy) with rustic table juxtaposition
4. Mix rustic furniture with refined lighting. Well-worn wooden tables, benches and chairs can take a beating and still look great, making them ideal for a casual chic home (where you want to enjoy your life, not worry about damaging your furniture) — but that doesn’t mean you must forgo glamour altogether
altogether. In fact, it’s the interplay of rustic and refined that often makes for the most memorable interiors. Elegant lighting (chandeliers, statement pendants) adds opulence that cannot be harmed by small children, pets or overenthusiastic guests.
Rustic Dining Room
Rustic kitchen and dining for cabin.
Like the elegant and rustic look together...
Rough-Hewn BeamsFor many of us, this element is the first thing that comes to mind when we think "rustic." Not only do rough-hewn beams help to define a space architecturally, they can instantly anchor it in rustic territory, especially if they're left rough and unpolished. Use beams to frame ceilings and
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Table is rustic but polished enough to offer some formality
real rustic wood table with modern chairs
doesn't have to involve perfectly rounded, polished mahogany tables. A farm table is one of our favorite ways to seat a crowd. And there's no reason rustic seating has to involve a matchy light fixture. Pair it with a glamorous chandelier, mirrored sideboard and modern art to combine character and glamour
colorful stone. Like the metallic birds in the earlier example, this sparkly formation somehow manages to both peacefully coexist and contrast with the rustic wood tabletop. The stone’s vibrant blue-green hue picks up the watery colors in the abstract artwork. The glass-droplet chandelier appears to rain
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Eclectic Dining Room
Love the rustic natural feel of this room- Warm, inviting, lived in, full of love...
rustic wall, exposed ceiling structure
Love the rustic wall
rustic comfort- elegant yet informal
stone / plaster rustic look?
Rustic feel...Rustic cottage...rustic stone
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
The rustic look on the table
This rustic-modern interior benefits tremendously from the caned side chairs at the dining table. It's subtle, but they add texture and a complementary natural element to the cool, clean space. More: Find Cane Furniture Flea Market Treasures: The Cane Chair
table: FarmYou must have noticed the proliferation of rustic farm-style tables in the past few years. These tables have become quite popular because they hark back to simpler times when farm-to-table food was the norm and families gathered each evening. Their weathered patina looks good with modern or
The trestle on this rustic farm-style table has a nice raw finish, in keeping with the table's overall look.
banquette - rustic - window treatment
Rustic Banquette, I really like the low back chairs and the large window.
rustic mountain look
Built in rustic wood
Rustic wood door moldings
Rustic bench...Rustic n cozy...Rustic winter house
French Country Estate
The ceiling is nice and rustic and the beams are round logs. Goes
Window seat and rustic
green sideboard rustic dining room
Rustic style dining room
rustic charm...rustic but elegant...Rustic and cozy...Rustic cozy...dining room rustic
Great idea- rustic Tuscany room with stone with contemporary table and chairs.
Fun-fun-fun! Never would think about this contemporary table & chairs in a rustic setting such as this
fresh and inviting with its decidedly contemporary table and chairs.Let me be clear: There would be nothing wrong with decorating a home like this with rustic antiques and 18th-century-style upholstery. But do you have to? Absolutely not.
Remember opposites attractThe exposed brick walls in this converted warehouse scream rustic, so you might think you’d need to steer clear of anything modern, but you’d be wrong. Colourful plastic chairs and a sleek glass table are juxtaposed
Clashing eras. Dining chairs as modern as these create a stir against a rustic backdrop, inside or out. Transparent seating can be a good choice for tiny courtyards and balconies that risk looking cramped and cluttered.