Simple Rustic Elegant Home Decor Ideas - Inside Interior Crowd

Simple Rustic Elegant Home Decor Ideas

Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
by Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
June 3, 2016

Rustic chic has been one of the most popular search terms on Pinterest for years – something about the contrast between glossy features against rough, organic materials can make a space feel charming, functional, and super comfortable. If you feel most inspired surrounded by a little bit of glitz and a little bit of nature, it might just be the perfect way to design your office, living room, or bedroom. We’ve collected a few ideas for just one or two accessories you can add into your home that will help make your space look like the ‘glam’ farmhouse you want it to be.


A standalone tub with an elegant chandelier hanging above it and a worn wooden cabinet painted to match creates a vintage feel.


There’s a stunning contrast in these modern clear ghost chairs set along an organic wooden table.


Antlers and wooden accents decorate an otherwise pretty minimal living room.


A glitzy, shimmering chandelier above roughed linen sheets and tattered, faded barn doors that act as the headboard make the perfect shabby chic contrast.


Adorn a mainly minimalist hallway with a large, sparkling, chandelier to encapsulate rustic elegance.


Make your rustic elegance feel modern by using neutral tones and shades of sleet gray, with added pops of color.


Floor to ceiling wood paneling, contrasted with mid-century furnishings (like these stainless steel and leather chairs) mixes mod with nature.

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Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd
Claire Andreas for InteriorCrowd

Claire is the Content Manager at InteriorCrowd. While she was studying Film and Media at Queen's University, she worked as the Photo and Media intern at Dwell Magazine and fell in love with San Francisco's design community. After graduating, she returned home to the Bay Area and joined the team at InteriorCrowd.

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