By Gilberte Harkey. interior. Published at Saturday, July 21st, 2018 - 10:22:14 AM.
Bring in your feature at the very last moment. with large wicker pendant lights that truly light up the scene.Achieve the rustic look with a Mediterranean twist. Place a bevy of different ferns behind a mushroom L-couch. a greyed tree trunk before it. Make it cosy with a plush grey rug in a similar hue and a smattering of brown cushions. Polish off the setting with flowers in a coconut and two glass vases.
Think rustic. and you might imagine a wooden ski lodge or historic. half-timbered home. Rustic design doesn't have to involve chunky. dark timber. thick lines or even a roaring fire. Keeping weathered wood. hand-stitched fabrics and a cosy frame in mind. rustic designs create a feeling of warmth and love. evoking the phrase 'the home is where the heart is'. Re-use old furniture. rummage around the antiques in your local market and avoid the over-polished look.
Bring in outside materials and make art from them. like this rattan chandelier and vase full of wicker cane. Keep it modern with non-cluttered bookcases and one-colour couches. Let cushions and ornaments in metallics and prints have the final say.Lucky enough to have a wall in stone? Place wooden beams above and monochrome furniture below it. Hang a floral chandelier from your rafters and draw your furniture with sharp angles. like this black and white coffee table.
as its walls stretch seamlessly across light and dark panelling. The painterly canvas finds friends in two bright orange cushions and a stencil coffee table.Monochrome prints are perfect for grey lounges. A full-length photographic decal meets our gaze beside a simple grey couch. differently-shaded cushions and a mottled rug. Black elements in a series of pipe lighting. a standing camera light and marble splashback make its contrasts seem natural.