Rustic wood furniture for Living Room

The contemporary look is highlighted by rustic furniture. Here are some unique wood furniture from David Stine or Carrie Lebber. You can start decorate your house with various interesting combinations of different interior styles. David Stine creates a truly unique furniture from natural solid wood. Combining two so different styles is very risky and you have to be very careful because the result might not be the one you were hopping for. In this case the combination was successful.

Here are some ideas of how you can incorporate some rustic elements, like this collection of tables and stools, into a modern or contemporary home. As you can see for yourself from the pictures, the shape in very important, and so is the location where you decide to place the elements. T has to be balance of styles so that none of them doesn’t look weird and out of place. This is a nice example of how you can create your own design by combining the elements you like, even if theoretically they don’t really match.

It’s a beautiful example of how you can match and combine a contemporary apartment with some rustic and traditional elements. But the thing here is that even the wood pieces are rustic and they have that rough look, they are not traditional or vintage per se, they still have a modern tough in terms of shape and lines.



Published by in Design And Concept, on March 15th, 2010

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