21. Riverfront Estate, San Marco | Rustic Interiors

Designer: Studio M Interiors

The interesting pattern created by the wooden beams in the ceiling blends modern and medieval characteristics and enhances the rustic interiors of the living room. A stark contrast is created by the deep browns of the wood and white walls and décor. The stone fireplace draws attention due to its different character. 

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22. Fair Park

Designer: Denise McGaha Interiors

Statement lighting is a modern addition to rustic interiors. Wood, copper or brass are the most commonly used materials. The use of planters for achieving the rustic aesthetic is another addition that has developed over recent years. They help in making the room more lively and are in harmony with the natural materials used- wood and stone.

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23. Aptos Retreat, California

Designer: CCS Architecture

Light tones and stripped wood are also rustic. They give the living room a clean, simple and contemporary feel. Lightweight and minimal furniture create a classic look with an element of colour to create interest and break the monotony of the colour palette.

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24. Residential unit

Designer: Brown Design Group

Mosaic stone and wood break the monotony and add colour to the rustic living room. Flowers and other vegetation upgrade and liven the room. They also add a lot more texture to the room. Paintings on the mantle are a great addition to the rustic aesthetic.

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25. Private home | Rustic Interiors

Designer: Taylor & Taylor

Print accent pieces create an earthy effect enhancing the rustic look. Exposed structural systems- wooden columns and beams have a different visual effect. Arched niches by the fireplace for showpieces are a nice detail that elevates the room.

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26. Private home

Designer: Miysis

High wooden truss ceilings are one of the most characteristic elements of a rustic interior. The exposed structural members give the room a raw and earthy feel due to the nature of the material. Metal is another aspect of rustic interiors. A steel fridge, Victorian chairs and a gramophone stand out. Morrocan-style tiles can be used for a more eclectic interior.

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27. Residential unit

Designer: Eldorado Stone

A streamlined fireplace screen to the fireplace embedded in the stone wall offers a contemporary feel. A rattan chandelier and a vase of wicker cane along with a touch of metallic ornaments and prints complete the rustic living room interior.

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28. Rustic redux, Montana

Designer: OSM

Floral chandeliers are being popularized as a part of the rustic aesthetic in the modern-day. Sharp angled and dark furniture is balanced by delicate light coloured florals.

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29. Rustic zen, Montana

Designer: Locati Architects

Intricate details around the crockery cabinet draw a lot of attention through the colour palette consisting of whites and browns. Patterns, upholstery, rugs, cushions and the distressed wooden stool tie the space together while lightening up the rustic aesthetic.

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30. Sea project | Rustic Interiors

Designer: Jenya Lykasova

Fewer patterns with the addition of indoor plants are redefining rustic interiors. The white l shaped couch complements the tree log coffee table. The statement light element here is a large wicker pendant light which gives a natural and rustic aesthetic to the airy and fresh 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.