The feeling of a wooden cabin in a forest is the idea of the rustic style. Natural, even distressed wood with brick or stone fireplaces design a rough look while making the atmosphere feel cozy and welcoming especially on cold winter days. 46 nice rustic living room designs are waiting rustic decor lovers in this gallery.
We try to find the best examples from popular designers and decorators.
1Designed by Aspen Leaf Interiors
2Designed by Terri
3Designed by Caroline Bivens
4Rustic Touch to Modern
Wooden panels installed continually from the walls to the ceiling supported by beams can add a rustic touch to a modern living room.
5Designed by Aspen Leaf Interiors
6Designed by Charlotte Evans Russell
7Designed by Cushman Design Group
8Rustic Place, Modern Decoration
Rustic living room decor can work well with other styles. An architecturally rustic house with wooden ceiling beams, hardwood floors and a stately fireplace looks luxurious and elegant when combined with modern decoration around the place.
9Designed by Cynthia Harper
10Designed by Aspen Leaf Interiors
11Designed by Sarah
If you want an added rustic vibe to your space, you can always try to install faux stone wall-panels and add an old armchair to make your living room look cozy.
13Designed by Haven Interior Design
14Designed by Amy
15Wood and White
Dark hardwood floors and an accent wall furnished with wooden panels complemented by wooden ceiling beams look especially beautiful when combined with contrasting white walls and furniture.
16Designed by Platt
17Designed by Jessica Jelly
A traditional, open hearth fireplace made of bricks is the backbone of the rustic style. Putting the seating set around such a fireplace along with complementary walls furnished with distressed wood is a perfect way to introduce coziness to a rough look.
19Designed by Stay By Cori Samuel
20Designed by Charlotte Evans Russell
The rustic decor style does not necessarily include natural, unpainted wood. Incorporating white painted wooden beams and panels can give your rustic living room a breath of fresh air.
22Designed by Mark P. Finlay Architects
23Designed by Kendra Surface
In a truly rustic cottage located in nature, showcasing the beautiful hand-workmanship of the wooden panels, beams and columns along with a huge stone fireplace in a space decorated with only a few pieces of furniture is the way to go.
25Designed by Living Stone Design & Build
In contrast to the neutral tones of the rustic style, using bright colors like blue moderately can lighten up the place while bringing the wooden details to light.
27Designed by Gloria
28Designed by Veronique
Here is another beautiful rustic decorating example. Both leather and natural fabric used on sofas complement the rough and easy-going vibe of the rustic style, while combined with wooden furniture scattered around to balance everything.
30Designed by Kate Marker Interiors
31Designed by Sarah
Instead of using wood all around a rustic living room, wooden accents used around the place such as on ceiling beams and railings along with floors is enough for the cozy and welcoming effect of the rustic style.
33Designed by Sarah
34Designed by Living Stone Design & Build
35White yet Rustic
In a completely white and modern looking living room, a wooden coffee table, a sofa with wooden details along with a faux fur rug and a few rustic decorative pieces would be more than enough to design a rustic living room in whites.
36Designed by Platt
37Designed by Gloria
In a rustic living room that is decorated with wooden panels and floors, a white, stone fireplace immediately stands out becoming the statement object.
39Designed by Regan Baker Design
40Designed by Dreamy Whites Lifestyle
Adding rustic vibes is easy enough with wall decors such as a wooden ladder to hold knitted, comfy blankets and small baskets to hold knick-knacks.
42Designed by Divine Custom Homes
43Designed by Aspen Leaf Interiors
In a place with rustic architectural designs like wooden ceilings and brick window trims, a contrasting modern fireplace along with modern furniture can exist in harmony and complement each other while enhancing the effect of both styles.
45Designed by Lauren
46Focus on Rustic
Keeping the furniture simple and subtle allows the wooden ceilings and stone fireplaces to become the focal point of the room and enrich the rustic feeling of the space.