Looking for elegant ways to incorporate a rustic vibe into your space? Who said you cannot have a vintage ambiance in a modern-built house or apartment? Custom copper furniture, hand-painted Talavera tiles, traditional dining sets- we offer numerous products that successfully pair modern and rustic style. It is obviously a little bit easier to embrace the rustic charm and warmth of an old home with modern amenities rather than the other way, but it is not impossible. Thus, if you are one of those who dream of exposed beams and an old-world farmhouse sink you can still own it in brand-new construction. keep reading to discover how to create a vintage style with rustic elements.
In order to keep integrity between the architecture and the interior design, you should just keep in mind some basic rules for the best modern rustic spaces. You will soon discover that it has never been easier to create a vintage style with rustic elements with traditional companies like ours. Since the times of wooden farmhouse cottages, the rustic meant to feel as close to the outdoors as possible. Nowadays, even if you are not lucky enough to be living outside the civilization, you can get a natural aspect of a rustic modern home due to the upholstery, linens, and rugs, all made of simple and sustainable materials. Bring nature inside by adding lots of wooden furniture and accessories. Metals such as iron, zinc, and copper can also help you to preserve the desired character. Too many metallic items can bring an industrial vibe so try to choose an appliance with a strong presence and distressed finishing such as an antique-looking copper vent hood. It will be a perfect statement piece in a modern rustic décor, especially if you order a custom-made version with brass or zinc straps that adds a stellar look. Check our extensive collection of hand-hammered metallic range hoods to find a statement piece for your rustic kitchen.
Another fundamental feature in a modern rustic decor is the open space concept and plenty of natural light. It is doable for most home and apartment owners. The large windows will bring the outdoors in. However, if the natural light source is not enough to create a comfortable and relaxing retreat, you can always reach for supporting lighting features such as our stunning iron chandeliers. Still not enough space and light? Use a classic trick to fool the eye and hang some rustic iron mirrors in your living room, bedroom and entrance.
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