304 featured Rustic Living Design Photos

Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
lit up feature piece above fireplace
fireplace water feature in 1 - grand & modern
fireplace feature
“so very cool and awesome” — mjkjrobinson
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Living Room
Feature wall with wood maybe
Timber feature wall...Feature wall
“wood wall” — tinylemon
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
and marbling the walls and adding antique furnishings. Exposed wood paneling on the walls, ceiling and floors create warmth. "One of my favorite features in the cabin is the paneling details," says Flynn. "There is not a single piece of drywall in the cabin. From the pickled pine paneling to the natural
“White walls, natural ceiling, darker floor” — manicmama
TKP Architects
10 Reviews
Stone Cottage
pairings: love and marriage, Hepburn and Tracy, red wine and chocolate (yum!), and modern and rustic. This little cottage, with its rustic architectural features, is served so very well by these sculptural and modern Eames chairs.
“cottage indoor- living + kitchen” — pallavibhardwaj
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
This may be the picture I've seen featured the most on Houzz over the years, proving the timelessness of cozy done in a beautiful way. Fireplace, slipcovers, autumnal throws and a seagrass
“pretty” — mmhanley
Bliss Design Firm
1 Review
Living Room
Jonathan Adler has been a major influence in bargello's revival. His pieces, such as the two small accent pillows on this sofa, feature the pattern in a variety of different forms.
“This... is... a.... fabulously... shabby, farmhouse, chic table.” — lydiesue
kimberly peck architect
Bovina House
BeanbagsAgain, what was once a rec room staple is now a living room feature. I can see why: They're so easy to move and so squishily comfy.
“large beanbag” — vikchape
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Furniture surfaces. Any unused furniture surface could work for your collection. This chest features an assortment of old alarm clocks. The larger ones are towards the back so they don't block the smaller ones. Notice that this collector sneaked
“Uaishshdidi” — Emad Al Fatly
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