Shop rustic furniture from the latest design season in our curated collection. Furnish your home with distressed tables, chesterfield sofas, metal bistro chairs and more for a touch of unencumbered living. The simple yet rich texture of wood grains offer a connection between our home and the natural world. The articles of rustic furniture here offer organic, down-to-earth designs, while matching rugs and accent pieces are included for added creative flair.
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Features of Popular Rustic Furniture & Decor

Rustic furniture is a timeless fixture of interior design, featuring raw wood and other natural elements. Rustic tables, case goods and bed frames are often made of unprocessed timbers without veneers. The distressed wood offers an age-worn aesthetic that appeals to those seeking maturity in their design. Dining chairs are often accented with black steel bindings to induce a pastoral imagery. Rustic accent chairs and sofas often feature worn leather or tufted upholstery in a chesterfield style - they often include ornamental trims or traditional details. Rugs, pillows and poufs in rustic decor can range from intricately woven oriental patterns to natural or faux cowhide. Furnish your home in this bucolic style to create a warm living space that breathes life through the years.

How to Design with Rustic Furniture & Decor

Due to the versatility of rustic furniture, designing a room with them is often frictionless. For example, take a rustic dining table and pair it with white mid-century modern chairs for contrast. Match a solid wood bed frame with tribal patterned pillows and stone washed throw blankets to create an artist's dream loft. For added character, make sure to add some vintage pieces from your world travels - a Buddha statuette from Thailand, a Roman-style bust, or mandala tapestry from Tibet can provide a really personal touch to your rustic design. Avoid going overboard with pieces from the same style. Rustic furniture share many similarities with pieces found in farmhouse and industrial decor. If you only incorporate products from these style families, your space may look overly generic and manufactured. Don't be basic! When picking a color palette, keep in mind that rustic furniture pieces are already neutral in tone, so consider adding some vibrant colors for some life and energy.

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