Does anyone ever tire of the rustic look? A celebration of nature, rustic mountain homes can be both rustic and modern at the same time. Even the most upscale homeowners are opting for the rustic look for their mountain homes.
If you’re hoping to incorporate this always-trending-never-dated look, we have some tips for you.
Styling Tips for a Rustic Mountain Home
The key to rustic mountain design is an open floor plan, comfortable furniture, and natural architectural elements. Large windows, oversized fireplaces, a simple color scheme and elements that speak to the outdoors all round out the look of a rustic mountain home.
Incorporate Stone & Wood Into the Design
Perhaps the most important feature of a rustic home are the natural elements incorporated into the design. It’s about bringing nature inside and highlighting any original architectural details of a home. Big ceiling beams, stone fireplaces, and wide plank hardwood floors are gorgeous details of a rustic mountain home.
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Accent with Natural Fabrics
Simply designed upholstery, linens, and rugs in natural fabrics – such as linen, cotton, jute and animal hides – speak to the rustic look of a mountain home.
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Pay Homage to our Beastly Friends
Animal art and decor in a mountain home is a must. Pay homage through art, in decorative accents, and accessories.
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Bring in the Light
Oversized windows allow you to bring the outside in. Design your space around the views, then arrange seating to highlight that feature.
Accessories in your rustic mountain home should be limited. And, when used keep as close to natural elements as you can. Consider styling items that have a similar look and feel.
To get that rustic mountain home look, simply stick with nature. Natural elements, clean designs, and paying homage to the earth win every single time. What are your favorite tips for styling a rustic home? Share them our Facebook page!