Whether in the kitchen, bathroom, or living room, there's pretty much no space in the home that rustic decor doesn't look good. Really, who wouldn't be charmed by wood beam ceilings, weathered antiques, and cozy natural textures? These 32 rustic rooms may just inspire you to go country chic, too.
The dining room inside a historic Manhattan home boasts a pine trestle table from Belgium, a settee and bench from Finch, and a deconstructed English Regency wing chair from Lee Stanton Antiques. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's White Dove and the mantel in Onyx.
A cozy Montana guesthouse designed by Ken Fulk beautifully reflects its natural surroundings. The dining area, the table, stool, ceiling light, and chairs (each of which is stenciled with the name of a famous partyer) are by Christian Liaigre and the flooring is reclaimed oak.
In the guest barn of Amanda Seyfried's Catskills country home, the kitchen island is framed in concrete, with a base painted in . The pendant lights are a custom design, and sliding doors repurposed from the original horse stalls lead to the guest rooms.
This New York City penthouse is full to the brim with antiques, including this Swedish sofa and Baroque chair, upholstered in fabrics. The armchair is 18th-century French and a vintage Persian Soumak rug from Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar rests on a sea-grass rug from ABC Carpet & Home. Among the items on the wall are an antique water-buffalo skull, 19th-century French gouaches and a drawing by Jean Cocteau.
The antique Persian rug in this Paris apartment contributes to its well-traveled feel. The bedroom features animal drawings by Paul Jouve, Georges Lucien Guyot, and André Margat, the bed is a custom and the 19th-century chandelier is by Baguès. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball's Wevet.
Antiques from a variety of time periods and locations adorn a Greenwich Village penthouse. The bed is upholstered in a stripe and dressed in antique French linens, the side table is 18th-century English, the lantern is 19th-century Indian, the mirror is 18th-century Italian and the landscape paintings are English, French and American. The walls are painted in
The beautiful marriage of reclaimed wood floors and antique furniture makes this French kitchen a quaint space that is big on style. The buffet is by Astuguevieille, and the antique chair is Basque.
Pops of plaid in warm tones can give any space an instantly laid-back country feel. In the library of this L.A. home, the family’s dachshund rests on one of a pair of armchairs from Obsolete covered in Ralph Lauren Home plaids. The oak table is from Lucca & Co., the early-20th-century leather armchair is English, the bookshelves and ladder are from Style de Vie, and the ceiling is clad in metal siding from Texas barns.
A fire place is the perfect country-inspired accessory, if not for the nostalgic smell, then definitely for the ambiance. In this sleek New York home, the dining table by Jerôme Abel Seguin is from Ralph Pucci, the vintage chairs are by Jean Prouvé, the photograph over the mantel is by Catherine Opie, the sculpture is by Elliott Hundley, and the vases on the mantel are by Rick Owens.
Give empty walls a storied look, like this newly-painted antique breakfront in the entry of a home in Bedford, New York. It is topped with Spanish terra-cotta pots from the 1930s and filled with colorful dishware to complete the look.
In a beach house in Portugal, the master bathroom takes on a rustic feel with plenty of reclaimed wood and greenery. The sink was made locally, the fittings are by Grohe, the mirror is by Ikea, and the floor is poured concrete.
Antique chairs from Mudpie surround a vintage French dining table of this Northen California dining room. The table lamps are from John Derian, the chandelier is from Big Daddy's Antiques, and the walls are painted in Emery & Cie's Vermoulu 6.
Amanda Seyfried's Catskills retreat is filled with handcrafted furnishings and animal companions, like her dog, Finn. In the master bedroom, the bed is by , the bench is from , and the rug is from ; the pendant light is by , and the beadboard walls are painted in .
Designed by , a house and stable in South Carolina is a haven for passionate equestrians Fernanda Kellogg and Kirk Henckels. The entry's table and Viennese mahogany carousel horse are antique; the walls have a custom wash, and the ceiling is painted in .
At a family's horse farm in Philadelphia, designer crafts a rustic space with both comfort and sophistication. In the living room, the daybed by is covered in a fabric, the rocking chair is by Thomas Pedersen, the side table is from , the circa-1950 candelabra is Danish, and the rug is .
Former model Anne Bannert took on the challenge of updating a ramshackle house in the Connecticut countryside, transforming it into this cozy escape.
The kitchen holds a pair of 1930s chairs, a hand-planed pine table made in Connecticut, and a pine hutch rescued from a nearby barn; the floor tiles and shades are from , and the original pine paneling is painted in .
With help from designer , an artist and ceramist converted a pair of barns in Long Island into the perfect family home. In the kitchen, the zinc-topped kitchen table is from , the stools are by Arthur Umanoff, the range hood is by , and the walls are painted in .
For one stylish couple, designer crafted a sleek house and stable that cast new light on traditional country pleasures. The custom concrete sofas on a screened porch are topped with pillows, the 1990 chair is Swedish, the 1953 Bigfoot cocktail table is by , and the wall is clad in reclaimed farmhouse boards.
This Uruguay home of an artist and art dealer defies rustic norms. The kitchen’s pendant light is leather, the ceiling beam is an old railroad track found in a nearby field and the flooring is tinted cement tile.
The great room of a cottage on the Swedish island of Hölö, Stockholm-based architect mixes minimalist and rustic style. The custom sectional also serves as guest beds, and one of the storage units underneath is used as a cocktail table; the hemp rug is from , the fabric in the doorway is from and the sculpture fragments on the wall were discovered in the studio of the property's previous owner.
An 1870s carriage house designed by is brimming with historic charm and rustic touches. The custom beds in a guest room are dressed with spreads from , the chair is from , and the late-17th-century table is French; the curtains are of a cotton, and the rug is a vintage Indian dhurrie.
Contemporary decor meets tradition in this Hamptons barn-turned-vacation home, designed by the architecture firm with interior decoration by . In the living room, a pair of sofas by flanks a 1970s Belgian cocktail table from , the Stilnovo chandeliers and the Brazilian bench are from the 1950s, and a painting by Damien Hirst hangs on a wall of cedar slats.
With design by , an abandoned summer camp in Northern California becomes an eclectic family home. The kitchen table and chairs are by , the bench is from , and the wallpaper is by .
Wood-frame windows enclose the front porch of the Columbia County, New York, cottage shared by designer and stylist Joe Williamson. The 19th-century folding bench is topped with pillows made from grain sacks, the throw is by , and the rug is from a Manhattan flea market. The Czech wood-and-fabric chair from the 1950s was found on .
Designer 's 1840s Connecticut farmhouse is the epitome of simplistic yet stylish country living. The porch ceiling is painted in , and a rug tops a floor painted in ' Bauhaus.
Fashion designer Lorry Newhouse's faded cottage in Southampton embraces whimsy in its take on rustic style. The wallpaper in the guest room and the fabric for the chair, bed skirts, and curtains are by Rose Cumming; the coverlet and shams are by , and the prints and mirror are Victorian.
In Michael Bruno's home in New York's famed Tuxedo Park, designer crafts a retreat with the upmost elegance. The kitchen counters and sink are custom made, and the dishwasher is by .
With help from designers , a 1930s Georgian in Toluca Lake becomes the ultimate LA family home. In the classic master bedroom, a custom headboard is upholstered in a , a 1750 bergère is covered in a Claremont wool, and the Swedish 18th-century cabinet and 1930s bench are from ; the rugs are by , and the wall reliefs are by Robert Graham.
Once an abandoned farmhouse on Sweden's Bjare Peninsula, this family home, renovated by designer Lisette Bramsell, mixes the best of Scandinavian and rustic decor. The bed in the master bedroom is by , and the lamp and stool are vintage.
The Portugal bungalow of French designer Jacques Grange is the essence of simplicity, but still high on style. Just a two-minute walk from the beach, the summer house's bedroom features an Indian mirror, a lamp by , and a 1950s Italian chair.
Antiques dealer 's apartment in a circa-1870 building in Charleston is filled to the brim with eclectic finds. The breakfast room's English dining table and American chairs are 19th century, the 1880 farm cupboard is from Missouri, and the pendant light is from ; the rugs were found at flea markets and estate sales, the pine flooring is original, and the walls are painted in .
For the dining room of a vacation house in Aspen, Paris-based designer Caroline Sarkozy lined the walls in a grid of birch veneer and split branches. The chairs are from the 1950s, the table base and chandelier are by Christian Astuguevieille, and the rug is by .