Log Cabin Hallway
Log Cabin Hallway
Pia Design
A log cabin on the outskirts of London. This is the designer's own home. All of the furniture has been sourced from high street retailers, car boot sales, ebay, handed down and upcycled. The rugs are handmade by Pia's grandmother. Design by Pia Pelkonen Photography by Richard Chivers
Dining Room
Dining Room
Simon Bray Interiors
Dining table made from a slice of an oak tree and mounted on a bespoke steel frame.
Treasures & Delights of Ineko Home
Treasures & Delights of Ineko Home
INEKO HOME Ltd
VINTAGE RUSTIC PIG BENCH This gorgeous Vintage Rustic Pig Bench, not only looks great and dramatic on any stylish setting but is so versatile for any room in the house. I have one in my hall. All our Vintage Rustic Pig Bench shows a level of imperfections indicating the massive work load that they have undertaken. These may include some splitters in the wood even though we have lovingly restored them. We have left the unevenness in shape, scratches, bumps & bruises to keep the enchanting character of the bench. Some joints are a little wobbly too, all adding to the perfect character & wonderful charm of these lovely little benches have. The wood is Elm. Details of your Vintage Rustic Pig Bench Easy hand washing with soapy liquid or just dusting is advisable, if you wish. As all our true vintage items they are all different - so we will email you photographs of the benches we have before you decide to purchase. Give us a call, we would be delighted to help. The Vintage Rustic Pig Bench approximate measurements are height 132 cm length x 15 cms depth & 47 cms in height. ( all will be different ) Delivery for this Vintage Rustic Pig Bench is FREE. All our packing is recyclable or biodegradable so we are helping to save our beautiful Planet. Plus we give you a super gorgeous free gift with every order !! Photos by Debi Avery
Northumberland Stone Cottage
Northumberland Stone Cottage
Cathy Dean Interior Design
This rural cottage in Northumberland was in need of a total overhaul, and thats exactly what it got! Ceilings removed, beams brought to life, stone exposed, log burner added, feature walls made, floors replaced, extensions built......you name it, we did it! What a result! This is a modern contemporary space with all the rustic charm you'd expect from a rural holiday let in the beautiful Northumberland countryside. Book In now here: https://www.bridgecottagenorthumberland.co.uk/?fbclid=IwAR1tpc6VorzrLsGJtAV8fEjlh58UcsMXMGVIy1WcwFUtT0MYNJLPnzTMq0w
Rustic interiors and decor relies on natural materials that are stripped back to their original look and feel. Barn conversions and cabin or lodge-style homes are great examples of the rustic style – incorporating exposed beams, warm colours, lots of wood and rustic furniture such as wooden dining tables and leather chairs.

If you’re looking for rustic living room ideas, start with the natural elements of wood and fire. Wooden panelling, wooden beams, floorboards, perhaps some exposed brick, and then a big stack of firewood for your wood burning stove. A rustic sofa should either be leather or a fabric sofa in a warm, welcoming colour such as red, orange, brown or cream. Remember to add a shaggy rug for extra warmth, too. In terms of wall decoration, mounted antlers are usually the standard in rustic decor, and you could choose a contemporary twist on the theme by going for man-made antlers in a contrasting colour or material.

For a subtle injection of the style, try adding one piece such as a large rustic dining table or coffee table with a weathered, rough wood top. Take a look through the rustic decor photos on Houzz to get inspiration for your rustic renovation.
Ireland
Tailor my experience using cookies

By continuing to browse this site or use this app, I agree the Houzz group may use cookies and similar technologies to improve its products and services, serve me relevant content and to personalise my experience. Learn more.