5,644 rustic Transitional Home Design Photos

2 Reviews
Hamptons, NY I
The kitchen also opens up to a screened porch that holds a long table where eight people can comfortably dine. The rustic zinc-topped table is surrounded by chairs from the 1950s. Robert Indiana designed the large number 3 visible through the windows.
“permanent glass on bottom or shingles” — captaindean
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Traditional Home With Cottage Flair
and added custom built-in shelving around the fireplace. The new built-ins replaced a large black TV unit. Tammy's sister and brother-in-law made the rustic coffee table with wood and nails from their family's 100-year-old barn.Wall paint: Raindance, Benjamin Moore; shelving paint: Cottage White, Behr;
“color” — lrjelder
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Living Room
It can be calming, serene, sleek and, with the right furnishings and accessories, stunning. The white walls here are made warm and inviting by the rustic mantel and eclectic accessories. But after all, downsizing embraces reduction, so even if this rule were true — which it isn’t — who cares? Bottom
“mantel” — oslopam
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Minnesota Residence
Rusticated stone behind the bar adds to the pub-like feel; the bell was a gift from Floersch.
“Bar” — barbaraseymour1
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Gagnon Residence
Embrace a themeChoose a style that is in line with your interior and go with it. Think nautical, vintage, industrial or rustic country (as seen here). Choosing a theme can transform your balcony into a type of outdoor eatery or a special spot to snuggle up with the weekend
“Back deck” — diamon12
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
Lake Residence
well), which fit with traditional styling perfectly. Random shapes, sizes and frame types also can look good, especially if you are going for a more rustic feel, but they're harder to get right. Just be sure to keep with a theme and keep the spacing equal.
“Цвет стен” — mintinata
Amory Brown
Battersea, Victorian Terraced House
Black stoveIdeal for a country or a modern-rustic kitchen, black stoves are impressively traditional and contemporary at the same time. Visually, these stoves work best when fitted between light-coloured cabinets.
“Great color combo” — Melissa Parker
Blakes London
Sarsfeld Road SW12
Large porcelain tiles are warmed by the underfloor heating that runs throughout the ground floor. ‘The tiles have a rustic, hewn finish, which adds detail at floor level,’ says Jamie. The all-important range is from Britannia, with an extractor above and microwave oven, both from Siemens.
“Like the curtains” — tamaralyon
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