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How to Turn Furniture With a Rustic Style

If you’re not sure how to bring the outdoors indoors, consider incorporating textures into your design. Exposed brickwork and natural wood are great ways to bring the outdoors in. Add up-cycled materials to your furniture and embrace imperfections. Embrace imperfections with creative upcycling. Texture can bring the outdoors inside without overdoing it. And don’t forget about texture! Fabric adds a natural element to your room, too.

The texture is a great way to bring the outdoors in

Bringing the outdoors inside your home can be easy with a few DIY projects that incorporate wood tones and rope accents. Climbing vines of houseplants can draw attention to your tall ceilings, while shorter robust varieties can shape reading nooks or create vignettes. Not only do plants fill your space with natural energy, but they purify the air as well. Countertop herb gardens also make great additions to rustic decor.

Embracing imperfections

Embracing imperfections and blemishes are an essential element of the rustic style. Raw materials like wood, linens, wool, and metals are ideal for this look, but don’t be afraid to add your own imperfections as well. Most reclaimed pieces will have some noticeable blemishes or other imperfections. They will be part of the charm of this style and are an excellent way to add a personal touch to your home.

Adding texture to furniture

Adding texture to furniture can be done in a variety of ways. You can add it using fabric, chalk paint, stencils, or even textured wallpaper. If you want to create a more rustic look, you can go with a wicker chair or a rattan stool. Alternatively, you can use leather or faux fur to add texture and softness to the furniture. If you’re not comfortable using leather or suede, consider rattan or woven wicker instead.

Up-cycling

Up-cycling your furniture can be an effective way to save money while preserving the charm of old, discarded pieces. Adding a worn-in look to your home’s interior will give it a cozy, homely feel, and an upcycled piece of furniture will look as if it has been used for years. You can also use up-cycled furniture to make a statement and add character to your room.

Transitional style

Transitional style furniture favors a combination of modern and classic furniture. The furniture usually features a light neutral color scheme and is usually made of metal, glass, wood, and distressed leather. The pieces tend to be comfortable but elegant. The color scheme will often include neutral colors, and accents may be bold but not overpowering. To create a look that is more transitional, use pops of color in accessories and other elements.

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