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Rustic Decor

  • 15 Budget-Friendly Rustic Makeover Ideas

    Whether you live out in the country or you just want that “rustic” look, it doesn’t mean you have to spend thousands to create that rustic charm.

    No matter what your budget is, here are 15 ideas you may want to consider that are extremely easy to implement.

    #1 Wooden Picture Frames

    Rustic Picture Frames Wooden Picture Frames

    Creating a picture frame is one of the easier tasks where you can enjoy and expose your creativity. You don't need any fancy equipment to succeed. It only takes basic skills and some tools.

    #2 Redone Rustic Cabinet

    Rustic Cabinets Redone Rustic Cabinet

    Find an old cabinet that you don't need any more, along with some wooden planks. Remove the old wood, attach the new pieces together, polish them a bit and make sure the drawers can easily open and enjoy the new look of your private space.

    #3 A Rustic Tin Can

    Tin Can Transformation A Rustic Tin Can

    Believe it or not, but old tin cans can make a living space look rustic, if done right. Mix a few colors, decorate it any way you like and try to make it useful as possible.

    #4 Rustic Ironing Board

    Rustic Ironing Board

    Staining, sanding, and then painting are the only actions you will have to do to turn an old ironing board into an iconic rustic object.

    #5 Wooden Coffee Cup Hanger

    Wooden Coffee Cup Hanger

    Take a smooth piece of wood, preferably old, and buy small hooks to go with your interior design. Attach them together and now decorate your wall with cheap, but beautiful, useful rustic hanger.

    #6 Tree Trunk Coffee Tables

    Rustic Trunk Coffee Tables Tree Trunk Coffee Tables

    Getting a fancy rustic and practical coffee table has never been easier. After you pick up a couple of tree trunks, sand them down and create an even surface by cutting them at the tops. Sand down the surface, followed by a nice polish and people may wonder if you spent hundreds on your new tables.

    #7 Tree Branch Chandelier

    Rustic Chandeliers Tree Branch Chandelier

    The beauty of wood, in general, is that it creates an oldish, classy atmosphere. Add Christmas lights, and you have a wonderful chandelier. Try it out.

    #8 Rustic Headboard

    Rustic Headboard

    This can be a tricky project if your hands can't handle a little weight, but don't worry. After you take care for old barn wood, you just have to nail it together and polish it for that shiny look. Your room will look completely different, in a positive way.

    #9 Pallet Shelves

    Rustic Shelves Pallet Shelves

    Pallet Shelves are one of the best solutions for wall decorations. Practical and good looking, they will be worth of your time. Buy or find some old pallets, prepare the color and adjust it to your interior. It will take you about two and a half hours for each.

    #10 Rope Frame

    Rope Frame

    This can be a perfect birthday present. Just find a frame you don't use anymore and be sure to have a hot glue gun. Use it first and cover the frame entirely. Then, take twine rope and stick it to the glue.

    #11 Twig Candle Holder

    Twig Candle Holder

    A twig candle holder is yet another great addition to your living room. Again, you will need a hot glue, but this time get a few (30, 40) small branches, and set them around a glass or anything round. Glue them and then decorate however you like.

    #12 Wooden Mail Sorter

    Wooden Mail Sorter

    All you need is little wood and tiny coat hooks. Nail a few pieces together and have an organized nook of your apartment where you will keep mail and keys on hooks. When painting it, use any color you want but make sure it fits your interior. This wooden mail sorter is the definition of rustic and functional.

    #13 Rustic Porch Bench

    Rustic Porch Bench

    Nice benches are always so expensive when buying in store, but you can make your own for about $25. After you find the preferable wood, all you need is to connect all the pieces. As you can see, the wood can be of different types, and if you want, you can even paint it. It is always fulfilling to make something that's going to be of big use.

    #14 Step Ladder Side Table

    Step Ladder Side Table

    When making a side table for the bedroom, make sure to pick the right boards for the project. After that, you will have to cut them so that you can assemble them together to make a ladder. Attach supports, and let the imagination do its part when decorating. Don't worry about the perfection in this procedure, just do your best and have fun with it.

    #15 Mirror with Wood Slices

    Mirror with Wood Slices

    Take any old mirror you have, or buy a new one and cover the endings with foil. Cover the foil with glue and place the wood slices on the sticky part of the mirror. Wait at least an hour, and you have a new piece of furniture of your taste.

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  • Renovation Bathroom

    Rustic Style VanitiesOn a recent episode of a home remodeling show, the contractor was explaining the two rooms that are most likely to sell a home: the bathroom and kitchen. I’m a sucker for a spacious and well-appointed kitchen, so that room came as no shock to me. But…the bathroom? It’s a space that is necessary, but not one that I would give extra attention to in plans for remodeling.

    At the conclusion of that show, I ventured into my master bathroom and took a look around. Instantly I hung my head as I realized it was more “before” quality than “after”. I knew it was time for a little renovation.

    As I contemplated a plan of attack for the bathroom, I decided that the changes would be mostly cosmetic. The size and layout were more than functional, it was just the appearance that was dull and outdated. New paint, vanity, fixtures and wall décor would be just the trick.

    Over the years, we have become fans of the rustic style. As a result, every time we purchase new furniture for our home we buy quality reclaimed wood pieces. Our search led us to the Reclaimed Barnwood Barn Door Vanity custom built out of solid wood to our specifications then shipped direct to our door. The process was so easy; the builder sent us a sheet that walked us through how to take the correct measurements, we did so and emailed them back in, and our beautiful vanity showed up about six months later, ready for installation. A truly effortless experience.

    I’m proud to say that now our bathroom is HGTV-worthy. I no longer cringe when I watch the beautiful bathrooms flash across my TV screen. In fact, I’m so proud of our “after”, I’m already making plans to do a renovation project on the kitchen. Next up: reclaimed barnwood cabinets!

  • What’s Behind Door Number One

    Get the right doors for your Cabin HomeThere is something magical about an old barn. So stately, so picturesque… I always try to envision the barn in its heyday, what role it played on the farm and what took place inside of it. I imagine the warm smell of animals, the slightly dusty but earthy scent of hay, the sweat dripping from the brow of the resident caretaker. It’s like a beautiful story just waiting to be unveiled.

    Perhaps that same magic is what compels me to bring the elements of a barn into my home. Reclaiming lumber from the historic landmarks and finding new uses for it is a continual quest for me. From furniture to siding to wall décor, barnwood can be found in many places inside my home.

    The decorator inside of me loves (LOVES!) to binge watch HGTV for new ideas. The day I watched Property Brothers and they installed a barn door on a master bath, I was in love. I had found my next project: Timber Frame Barn Wood Sliding Door for my downstairs hall bathroom. The traditional swinging door had been blocking traffic flow and the sliding door provided the perfect solution. What better way to highlight my love for rustic décor while providing a space saving door for the powder room? Perfect!

    If you have a room in your house that you want to hide, but don’t have the space or desire to use folding or hinged doors, consider a barn door. Just hang it on a track and presto! Great style AND functionality.

  • Rug Ed

    Rugs, have to be the right size, among other things.

    We just moved into our first house with all hardwood floors. In fact, the only rooms in this 2,000+ square foot house with a different floor covering are the two upstairs bathrooms. I love the look, sound, and feel of the almost 100-year-old oak floors, but I am admittedly a little overwhelmed with the design choices available to soften their hard edges.

    One of the first things I’ve noticed since ditching carpet is our furniture’s tendency to go slip-sliding every time I so much as situate a cushion or fuss over a spot on the armrest. I know that rugs will help to alleviate that problem, as well as warm up these beautiful wood floors with color and texture. But, where to start? How big? What shape? Where shall I put them?

    Upon consulting the Google machine, I was presented with a few key tips for decorating with rugs. To break down the highlights of what I found:

    1. Area rugs should be a minimum of six inches away from the walls of the room, and no more than two feet.
    2. Hallway rugs should be situated so that any furniture in the entryway is entirely off the rug.
    3. In an office, select a rug that is sizeable enough to accommodate both your desk and chair in such a way that you aren’t dragging or rolling off the sides of it.
    4. In a living room, the rug should be big enough for the coffee table and front legs of chairs and/or sofas to sit on it. The rug should be the focal point of the room without under- or overwhelming the scene.

    With that said, the Walk in the Woods Hooked Accent Rug is a pretty good find.

  • Timeless Style

    Dining Tables that Last in Durability and DesignLet’s face it: many of our favorite things eventually go out of style. Some of us resist it, like that gal at the gym who continues to wear tights and legwarmers, even though the 80s were over many years ago. Or, the guy who still rocks the business-in-the-front-and-party-in-the-back hairstyle, another favorite in the eighties.

    Suffice it to say, when making a significant purchase it is sensible to buy a high quality item and ensure it is of timeless style. Those considered to be financial experts sometimes advise that buying gold is an investment that will never steer you wrong. Others consider real estate to be a wise means of spending money. In the world of fashion, where many styles come and go on a whim, shoppers are encouraged to buy conservative cuts and colors that are more apt to be acceptable with the shift in what is considered ‘hip’ and ‘in vogue’.

    In the world of home interiors, rustic and reclaimed furniture is a timeless investment. Design trends may ebb and flow but the practice of carefully harvesting boards from neglected old barns and structures to re-use them in new and inventive ways will never go out of style. Not only is reclamation environmentally friendly, the look of rustic sophistication that can be created with combinations of old and new materials is unmatched by any modern factory-made product. Just take a look at this Floating Timber Rough Sawn Barnwood Dining Table.

    If you are looking to purchase some new decor and are seeking an investment with timeless appeal, look no further than reclaimed furniture. You won’t be disappointed.

  • Hidey Hole

    Clothes Hampers for the bathroomI have a house full of boys. My husband, two sons, one boy dog and soon to be two boy dogs. Suffice it to say I have a lot of energy, noise and dirt running rampant through my days. Hide and seek, wrestling, foot races (in AND outside the house), climbing and jumping are just some of the daily activities that challenge my poor mommy heart.

    My husband thinks it’s great fun to play hide-and-seek with the boys. And with the dog. Even though it’s a nightly occurrence, the dog always gets so panicked that I’m afraid that his little doggy heart is going to give out. He can’t stand not knowing where all his family members are at any given moment. He’s also not a fan of us hanging out in different areas in the house. It’s unsettling to him, as he trots from room to room, as if to make sure we are all safe and sound.

    Imagine the canine concern of poor Blaze the night one of the boys hid in the barnwood toy box in his room. Those little goofballs are still small enough they can stash themselves in some pretty amazing places. How he got in there is still beyond me…but he certainly did. The dog ran frantically from room to room, trying to detect the fourth human in the house. His tongue lolled out and his eyes bugged from his little terrier head. I guess he missed the sounds of uncontrolled giggling coming from inside the Wyoming Reclaimed Barnwood Clothes Hamper.

    Eventually I had to help Blaze out, for fear we’d have to cart him in to the emergency vet clinic for a panic attack. As I dumped the boy out of his hidey hole, Blaze licked him once then turned in disgust to leave the room. It was as if he knew the joke was on him in that moment.

    I may live in a house full of loud & noisy boys, but there is never a dull moment. For me or the dog.

  • Spring Showcase

    Sturdy Trellises for Vines to Climb OntoOh, how I love spring! Longer days, warmer air; the blossoms and buds and grass become lush and vibrant again. Birds sing and frogs sing the song of spring from the forest.

    Another exciting aspect of spring is filling the flowerbeds. Many spaces are already occupied with perennials, but I still like to add pops of color and character with annuals nestled amongst the bushes and hosta plants. And, every year, I add “decorations” to my flowerbeds.

    Because I’m a fan of rustic style, the garden accessories I choose are usually wood or wrought iron. I am really excited about the additions I’ve chosen this year! The Wrought Iron Star Garden Tripod Trellis I selected will add height and interest to my flower gardens. I love climbing vines, and the supports on the trellises will work perfectly to showcase the delicate vines. All of the trellises have a loop, so a plant can easily be hung inside the supports. What a great way to combine height, foliage, and colors!

    If you haven’t already begun planning for spring planting and your summer garden, let this serve as a gentle nudge that the time is nigh! Your flowerbeds are waiting.

  • Burlap and Barnwood

    Table Lamps made of a Bag of AcornsReclaimed wood is a versatile accessory for many homes; it’s a perfect accent for contemporary design as well as a home with more rustic décor. The character and texture of barn wood provides a warm and welcoming backdrop as an accent wall or trim, or is also at home as a feature piece of furniture in a room.

    To further enhance the décor of a rustic home, burlap is a suitable fabric for accessories. Pillows, draperies, and lampshades are all great places to introduce the rough and rustic texture of natural burlap. To add a unique and personal flair, stencil a design onto the burlap or use the label section from a burlap feed sack.

    An affordable fabric, burlap is a sensible and stylish drapery for large windows and/or areas that need softening. Its open weave filters light without blocking too much of it, and lends a rustic touch to the hard edges around windows. For a more primitive look, the fabric can be attached with tacks or nails and secured with twine. Or, if you prefer a more finished look, the swag of burlap can be wrapped around or hung on a traditional curtain rod.

    Burlap and barnwood are a rustic decorator’s dream, such as this Burlap Bag of Pine Cones Lamp. The combination of the two meld together perfectly and create a serene and natural setting. As Forrest Gump might say if he were decorating a home, burlap and barnwood are “like peas and carrots”.

  • A Tisket, a Tasket, a Tower Full of Baskets

    Basket Trees Make Unique Additions to Your HomeI’m always on the lookout for home décor pieces that can be used for storage solutions in my house. A family of four plus pets plus a home office can create quite a demand for places to stash stuff.

    During one of my recent searches, I stumbled across an interesting piece whose purpose is for pet supply retail locations. It’s a rustic tower with pegs that hold twelve individual bushel baskets. At first glance, it didn’t appear to have much use for me, but then I cocked my head to the side and started thinking creatively. Literally! Suddenly I saw a wonderful solution to storing the paint, markers, stains, odds and ends I use for all my various crafting products. Plus, this little number has castors, so I can wheel it around my craft room! Boom!!

    I have to admit, I really do get a thrill when I find an innovative new way to utilize a piece of home décor. It may be the creative in me, but I love it when my friends comment how they would have never thought to use “that” for “that”! You can literally save hundreds of dollars sometimes, repurposing a piece for a use it wasn’t created for. Why spend more to buy something because it has been designated for a certain purpose, when you can repurpose “generic” pieces for the same use, but for far less money? Plus, your finished product is something that no one else has!

    As for me and my Camp Bow Wow Log Standing Basket Tree, you can find us happily creating brilliance in my craft room.

  • Steadfast Centerpiece

    Place these coffee tables in the living room!We do a lot of living in our living room. Watching TV, playing games, assembling puzzles, creating artwork, indoor picnics. Our family of four spends a lot of time gathered on the couch and around the coffee table. Between the living room and the dining room, a lot of laughing and loving happens and many family memories are made.

    It takes a rugged piece of furniture to function as the centerpiece of a busy boy household. It has to be a step stool, a work surface, a game top, and occasionally a dining table. The massive square reclaimed barnwood table we have in our living room fits the description perfectly. Solid, seasoned wood holds up to the abuse our two boys hand out and the drawers along its sides are a great hiding spot for coloring and crafting supplies.

    These days with the boys are fleeting and I’m thankful for every minute we get to gather together around the steadfast centerpiece in our living room. Watching the joy dance in the eyes of our sons is one of the greatest pleasures in my life. I’m even more grateful that we can laugh and enjoy those moments without worry of the Country Roads Reclaimed Wood Square Coffee Table cracking under the strain of little boys.

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