Rustic style is one of the most trending interior designs genres on the scene. And today, we’re focusing our inspiration on family corners that exemplify that look. These 50 rustic living room ideas are perfect to fashion your home revamp around. From the furniture choices to the accents, this is how to take a trend and personalize it to your own vision. Let’s have a peek, shall we?
1. With Gray Velvet
Elle Decor begins our journey through textural, rustic living rooms with this slate gray masterpiece. We’re loving the velvet texture and gorgeous fireplace that compliments in such an elegant way. The browns and natural lighting make for a nice contrast to the deeper tones.
2. With Natural Light
3. With Navy
Yes, you can utilize envy blue in your rustic living room creation as well. Just check out this space brought to us by Hello Farmhouse, with its deep tone and cream contrast you still get that farmhouse quality.
4. With A Chandelier
Just because you aren’t decorating for an extra glam spot in the house, doesn’t mean you don’t have the opportunity to use chandeliers. And this space from Zillow, has a beautiful example of how to make that happen in a rustic area.
5. With Brick
If you visit Zillow again, you’ll find this traditional space with a gorgeous brick fireplace. It has everything you need for the room to stay stylish but also comfortable for the family.
6. With Beams
7. With A View
This rustic living room not only has a grand, cozy feeling but it’s got one of the best views around. Using this kind of style, found at Elle Decor, is perfect for when you’re already nestled in the mountains or the countryside.
8. With A Bit of Vintage
9. With Layers
Liz Marie always showcases beautiful concocted spaces. This rustic masterpiece is polished off with layers and layers of comfort.
10. With Neutrals
12. With Antlers
13. With Distressing
14. With Stone
15. With A Chevron Floor
Doris Leslie Blau showcased this stunning rustic living room. Every part of the space is filled with the intricate details, trendy accents, and a show-stopping hardwood floor.
16. With Wooden Arrows
17. With Contemporary Style
18. With DIY Flair
19. With Black and White
20. With Aztec Prints
Here’s another peek inside Taryn Whiteaker‘s space and we love the addition of this black and white Aztec rug. It brings a bout of youthful style right into the rustic living room.
21. With Orange
22. With Trendy Decor
While perusing through Pinterest, we found this trendy and fun space. It definitely has a rustic quality about it while blending well with a more worldly, eclectic sense as well.
23. With Light Pops
Rustic doesn’t mean dark or bland. You can create that texture and vibe with brighter pops of color like you see here in this Pinterest find.
24. With Antique Trunks
Easy to find inspiration for those wanting to change our the nooks and crannies of their home. And this antique piece will inspire so many to transform their home with a more rustic or farmhouse quality.
25. With Lots of Creams
We snatched it right up because not only is it elegant but it’s got that warmness that every family space need stop have.
26. With A Chalkboard
Chalkboards are always a great way to spruce up and personalize a rustic space. And don’t be afraid to slide one in the living room like you see here in this space.
27. With Buffalo Check
Pinterest had this buffalo check focus up their sleeve as well. With or without the print, the living room soars, but we love the amount of personalization and trendy style it offers.
28. With Brightness
Here’s another gorgeous, rustic living room that’s initiated by brightness. Exposed beams and powder blues round out this farmhouse vision from The Spruce quite nicely.
29. With Masculinity
A bit of masculinity never hurt anyone. And that’s what this space from Pinterest has to offer. A leather chair and warm wood on the walls add the right amount of edge.
30. With Cottage Vibes
Cottage accents go well with rustic style as well. If you want some femininity brought into the space.
31. With All-Whites
The Spruce went with white eyes and use texture to create their rustic vision. Layers of lushness and distressed pieces, it’s a gorgeous space with a lot of personalization.
32. With Typography
33. With Simplicity
Pinterest offered up this simple beauty as well. You can still has rustic style but with a minimal quality that’s clean and crisp.
34. With Hazey Grays
You’ll find lots of great spots to grab ideas from. And if you’re looking for rustic living room, grab some ideas from this hazey gray area.
35. With Fresh Florals
Decor Pad showed us how to mix the texture of a rustic room with the boho quality of one with a bout of beach inspiration. And we are loving the unique blend of both.
36. With Christmas
Here’s a pretty space from Craftberry Bush that features cozy qualities and a bit of Christmastime too. There’s a punch of extra elegance involved in this space with its romantic colors.
37. With Sage Green
If you’re looking for what kinds of colors to add to your neutral, rustic living room, then check out this space we found on Pinterest. Sage green goes well since its got a more organic, natural quality.
38. With A Farmhouse Mix
Twelve On Main gave us a living room that holds both farmhouse and rustic styles really nicely. There are so many bits and pieces that we love.
39. With Victorian Essence
There are tones of rustic decor pieces but there’s a Victorian polish over the entire scene that we’re swooning for.
40. With Cranberry Accents
For more traditional lovers, you’ll be drawn to the setup here and its cranberry focus.
41. With a stone fireplace
A fireplace always makes a great focal point and in the case of a rustic living room you have the option of using stone and making the entire space feel really warm and cozy, like in this beautiful place designed by SchappacherWhite Architects DPC.
42. With a stone accent wall
Instead of limited the use of stone for only the fireplace surround, an idea is to use it for the entire wall and to turn this surface into a big focal point. It adds texture and character to the living room and you can enhance it with some accent lighting. Let this interior created by Doherty Design Studio inspire you.
43. With rough textures
Although in many ways this place is very modest, there’s a lot of character in this rustic design. The walls are white but have a rugged, unfinished texture and the entire design embraces the little imperfections and use them in its favor. This is the interior of a rustic home in Spanish countryside designed by Cobalto Studio.
44. With dark earthy colors
Rustic interiors are not known to be colorful but rather neutral and simple. They’re also not typically very bright and open so using dark earthy colors is a good bet if you want to create that authentic vibe in your living room, similar to what studio Peace Design created here.
45. With weathered wood
Weathered wood and various other reclaimed elements suit rustic interiors really well and give that lived in feel that completes their aesthetic perfectly. There are many different ways to use weathered wood in interior design and one option is to cover up the walls with it, like in this log cabin designed by Tammy Connor.
46. With tranquil views
Finding ways to bring the outdoors in is always beneficial, especially when you can potentially enjoy tranquil and relaxing views of a nearby forest or a beautiful garden right from your cozy living room. That’s usually the case for a lot of rustic homes and cabins and there’s a lot to be inspired by in designs like that created by architect Nicholas Sonder.
47. With layered textures and colors
A rustic living room is expected to be warm, cozy and inviting and one way to ensure that is by incorporating a variety of finishes and textures in the design, similarly to how this beautiful space was designed by Collective Design Group. The views are of course gorgeous but it’s the little details that bring the room to life, like the throw pillows, blankets and the wall decorations.
48. With a live edge table
Even though they’re not necessarily specific to this particular style, live edge tables and rustic interiors go hand in hand. Such a table adds a refined and sophisticated touch to the area around it while maintaining a simple and organic feel and that’s what a rustic living room is all about, as demonstrated in this beautiful home designed by BHH Partners.
49. With a high ceiling and exposed beams
If possible, consider turning the living room into a double height space. Helps helps a lot to create an airy and welcoming feel, especially in a rustic home which doesn’t have full-height windows or glass doors like contemporary houses do. To emphasize the rustic nature of the design, highlight the exposed ceiling beams. This inspiring was designed by Miller Roodell Architects in collaboration with interior designer Victoria Hagan.
50. With a gorgeous chandelier
Hang a large and ornate chandelier at the center of the living room to draw the eye up and to create a charming focal point. This is a great idea especially if the room has a high ceiling. Go with a rustic light fixture that suits the space, perhaps something made out of wood or rusty metal. We find this beautiful space designed by Kevin Gray Interiors to be especially gorgeous.