Rough wood with raw surface was a very strong tendency in 2013
What can be actually called rural style? It uses rough materials, such as wood and stone. Done more or less by the waiver of the fine processing of a surface. So, one has the feeling that one is on vacation or in a cabin of a best friend in the mountains. The yearning after these things helps that this style is often used even in the big city.
The usual rural houses show a strong relationship to the environment, which could be a forest, Rocky Mountains, or a different remote landscape. In all cases, you have the feeling for robustness, strength and timelessness.
Within this context, it has created many beautiful interior design ideas in 2013. Here is a list to.
Again, one has seen pictures and communicated in the social networks, which exposed beams and rough surfaces are really great.
Stone accent walls are also repeatedlyThe country-style home
This one is located in Denver and consists of four types of different, locally derived stone. The ceiling was created from the former recycled materials of the roof rafters.
3. it has achieved something wonderful in 2013 in very many examples:
.. It has managed to use super lot of wood without doing the whole thing too hard feels.
4. I love the mixture of different wood tones in this kitchen – light, medium and dark
Particularly irritating, I find the mixture of stone surfaces with recycled wood from the barns.
5. you can see one here with stone covered bar with lots of warm wood
The doors reminiscent of those from the barn and were made from Alder. The floor is made of recycled Elm. All of these elements reinforce the character of this hut in Toronto. Two other rooms of this hut occur also in Fig. 15.
6 certainly the wooden floor and the rough bars provide a very rustic appearance in this kitchen
But the visitors love the bright, open room which is flooded with light through the Windows. The floating wood shelves and antler chandeliers bring all the beauty of rural nature home.
7. There is a good reason why you see no art in this Minneapolis bedroom
The grains and knots in rough wood here – on the ceiling, and especially on the ground provide a lovely visual appearance. Look closer and you’ll see the antlers bar, through which the curtain is attached.
8. now we are located on the ground floor of the same apartment, we have shown the example 5
The superior hearth is the exactly the right complement to the ground from elm and the exposed beams with mixed stone structure.
9. this living room reminds very much of the previous
Here you can see a great mix of wood and stone, as well as the furnishings in earth tones and open views of the landscape filled with trees.
10. hardly any I can imagine a better rendition of the rural feeling as the stone cabin
This one is located in Calghary, Alberta. She was treated with the full glass balustrades and stainless steel tread modern. This was covered in wood and appears as an extension of the stone wall.
11 here is again the House from figures 5 and 8
The Archway is a Maß produced mix of natural stone. The work surfaces are antique Brown granite. The pages are made of walnut.
12. I love the warm, natural character of this built-in bunk beds
However, the unfinished wood door frames and wall accents are the things that really come to the fore.
13. how one reaches it actually, that this kitchen is not dark looks?
You have contributed to the influx of so much light that this worked despite the whole amount of recycled wood.
14. built-in bunk beds write wonderfully in the rural atmosphere
That paired wonderfully with the practical need for extra space in the cottages and resorts.
15 at the last point in this article, we look at these stunning works
It represents the rustic lifestyle par excellence. The House is located in the woods of Santa Barbara, California and offers views of the Pacific Ocean. Glass doors can be and the side pieces can be lifted to and so you get to enjoy a still unlimited perspective.
Now, what institution is the idea, which could be described as “rustic”, enjoyed the most in 2013? Has it driven any change in your home?