Here is a cool idea showing how you could mount a TV in a rustic chic bedroom.
Rustic style conquers the world! Feeling in some countryside, in relaxed atmosphere and with nature outside and even inside is beyond price. We’ve already told you of rustic kitchens and now it’s time to go to sleep in rustic chic. Rustic style can be many-sided: with touches of natural, vintage, shabby chic, minimalism, industrial and feminine styles. Taken as the base of the décor rustic style brings extreme coziness and warmness even in combination with industrial and minimalist styles. Wooden beams, floors, walls and ceiling – that’s a perfect base; then add some natural wooden furniture, checked patterns, antler and fur are the characteristic things for such interiors. Any color scheme and any style for addition – it’s up to you. Below you’ll find some elegant examples of rustic bedroom designs, enjoy and get inspired!
In chalets and lodges interiors usually looks quite rustic so they are perfect sources of inspiration.
Faux cowhide rug and plaid curtains are also perfect things to add in rustic interiors.
Such bunk bed would become a rustic island even in a contemporary room.
Animal heads is a typical wall decor for a rustic interior but painting them in a contrasting color is a great idea to highlight their look.
A kids room could also be decorated in this style. Lake and mountain cabins could become a great source inspiration for that.
It's a cool idea to make light fixtures from driftwood or twigs. The project won't be hard and won't cost you much.
A fireplace clad with natural stone is one of the best features you could have in a rustic bedroom. Just make sure you have one or two comfy chairs near by.
Barn doors is another significant feature you could add to a rustic bedroom. Perfect if you have a walk-in closet or a large wardrobe there.
Old shutters could be repurposed into elements of decor or even into bases for light fixtures.
Weathered wood is great but throwing a delicate canopy could make a rom more boho and chic.
Simple things like tree trunks could become a material for your DIY decor project. For example, you can make from them a rustic headboard.
Play with hard and soft textures to achieve balance in the room.
An old-school wrought iron channeller is a perfect light fixture for a rustic bedroom.
Weathered wood planks are a perfect materials for DIY rustic decor pieces, like headboards.
Simple furniture and textiles can balance out a texture heave interior that features such things as a weathered wooden ceiling and a stone fireplace.
Weaved rugs are more durable than traditional ones and fit rustic style perfectly.
A delicate bedding set is really necessary when it surrounded by raw stone and wood surfaces.
With a neutral color pallet you could easily change the look of the room from season to season by simply changing such accessories as blankets, bedding sets or throw pillow cases.
Shipping pallets could easily become a base for your DIY bed.
Natural wood textures warm up any space no matter how you use them.
Faux fur rugs and blankets could add inviting warmth to the room for all these cold winter nights.
If you don't have an old things made of wood you can always fake a chipped paint surface. There are plenty of tutorials nowadays covering the process but usually that is done with some vaseline or beeswax.
For a contemporary rustic interior it's a great idea to mix raw surfaces with ultra modern furniture.
Sheer curtains add a little contemporary vibe to this room and balance out the rough and heavy wooden ceiling.
A woven rug or a woven pouf could be used to add some texture to your interior.
Faux fur pillow cases and blankets could easily cozy up your bedroom for a cold winter.
Chunky wood furniture like a bedside bench would help to capture that rustic feel you're looking for.
If you're going with a dark color scheme make sure to bring in plenty of lighting. A bedding set in a light color would provide an interesting contrast.
An attic bedroom could easily be decorated in rustic style because there are usually a lot of raw wood already.
An oversized headboard would become the main focal point of any bedroom.
Vintage wallpapers could provide a nice contrast to raw wood furniture.
Rough wood is great but sleek, modern furniture could help to keep the space bright and fresh.
Tree stumps could be used to make DIY bedside tables or DIY chairs that will match a rustic room's style.
Even a single thing like a headboard could change an overall impression of your bedroom.
A wool blanket could provide the comfort we crave when it's chilly outside.
Mixing warm golden and cold weathered wood in one room could be rewarding.
An old-school chandelier made of wood or horns is perfect way to add a rustic vibe to any room.