11. Private home | Rustic Interiors

Designer: Nicky Dobree

Jagged grey stone with dark mahogany complement each other while maintaining the rustic aesthetic in the living room. The ambience is dark and heavy due to the colour palette, furniture and the various textures of stone, wood and the fabric used. 

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12. Jackson hole

Designer: Johnson Sokol Interior Design

Big and bold patterns and colours help in breaking the monotony of the stone and wood in a rustic living room. The use of metal for window frames and as parts of furniture enhances the room. Using a large variety of textures appeals to the viewer.

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13. Lake House

Designer: Barbara Krai Interior Design

The first and second floor have walnut cabinetry and railings that complement the grey stone wall that holds the fireplace. Beige and browns compose this rustic living room, a nice contrast is achieved. Direct as well as filtered light enters through the windows located on one side of the room.

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14. Residential unit

 Designer: Lewis Giannoulias Interiors

Wood, stone and iron are primary elements of rustic interiors. A balance of these elements with neutral colours maintains a sense of classicism. The dark mantlepiece around the fireplace draws attention to itself. The bay window brings in large amounts of light.

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15. Architects Retreat | Rustic Interiors

Designer: Wade Weissmann Architecture Inc

Intricate wood detailing on the domed ceiling along with stone walls and dark wooden window frames complete the rustic look of the living area. The dark furniture complements the light coloured room and the painting adds a hint of colour. 

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16. Rustic modern ranch, Montana

Designer: Madeline Stuart & Associates

Another approach to rustic interiors is to use lighter wood that helps brighten the space, giving it a more open feel. The usage of Steel, Concrete and wood gives the living room a very modern look. The rug was inspired by Navajo weavings, adding to the modern, contemporary aesthetic.

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17. Desert retreat, Arizona

Designer: Kara Mann Design

Velvet and fur add an elite touch to a typical rustic interior with stone walls and dark wood. The dark wooden shelves and furniture stand out from the rest of the room. The mantle has a minimalistic design that complements the ceiling pattern.

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18. Vacation home 

Designer: Karen Mills

The monotony of wooden floors and wooden ceilings is broken by light coloured stone walls and transparent floor-to-ceiling windows. The white furniture balances the darker hues. The unique shape of the windows gives the living room a modern rustic look.

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19. Mountain living

Designer: Everard Design Inc

By making the stone wall the prime focus, the other elements balance the living room. The rustic room has a brown colour palette that suits the surrounding context. As viewed through the large windows. The weight of the stone wall is countered by the transparency of the windows on either side. 

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20. Residential unit | Rustic Interiors

Designer: Wade Weissmann Architecture Inc

An antique rug adds a pop of colour to the earthy tones of the wooden ceiling and floor. The stone fireplace placed in between two French windows creates visual balance. The use of a single colour and its hues, red, enhances the rustic look of this living room.

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Kavya Turaga is a third year architecture student from Bangalore. She believes that every building has a story and a soul, which helps in understanding its unique character. She finds inspiration in the smallest of things and is passionate about architectural photography.