10 Rustic Home Decors You’ll Surely Love

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Lovely, cozy and lived — home interior designs nowadays seem to always lean to this side. People want homes that aren’t just beautiful-looking, but something that a family can actually live in comfortably. This feature is what makes rustic popular — it lends both coziness and chic elegance to a home.

Rustic’s basic definition has something to do with age, being natural, possessing rough elements, and casual. Think coastal cottage or log cabin. But does one have to have these kinds of home to be able to apply rustic-inspired home interior designing? NO! The recent years saw the birth of contemporary rustic style which allows people to incorporate rusticity into their modern and concrete city dwellings.

And if you’re one of them, here are 10 rustic decors for your home or any other personal space that you’ll surely love.

Rustic Jars

Rustic Metal Jars

Ideal Spots: Kitchen, Hobby Room

Nothing more RUSTIC than these metal milk jugs painted with barnyard animals. The set comes with a wooden tray for a tidier look. 

Style How-Tos: Use these jars to store herbs, condiments, and other food stuff. You can also use these to pot silk flowers and add a bit of color into your kitchen. Into calligraphy, DIY, and arts and craft? Use these jugs for organizing your pens or other stuff and the tray for storing papers. They’re a quaint addition to your hobby room, giving off that countryside feel. 

Industrial Style Metal Iron Tray

Ideal Spots: Kitchen, Living Room

Use this simple metal tray as a plant, coffee or tea things holder, as well as to display your herb collection and other knickknacks. They can also be used to carry drinks for your guests.

Style How-Tos: If you’re a green thumb, a more creative use of the tray is as a container for a succulent garden. Check out the internet on how to make one out!

Customizable Letter Board with 8-Opening Photo Collage

Ideal Spots: Living Room Wall, Bedroom

Having your family’s photos displayed on one of the walls of your house, generally in the living room, says HOME more than anything. It brings out that feeling of pride, happiness, and kick of inspiration.

Style How-Tos: Use this quote-photo collage frame with the wall sconces or the arrow wall decor mentioned earlier in the article.

Rustic Wall Sconces

Ideal Spots: Living Room Wall, Bedroom

Having your family’s photos displayed on one of the walls of your house, generally in the living room, says HOME more than anything. It brings out that feeling of pride, happiness, and kick of inspiration.

Style How-Tos: Use this quote-photo collage frame with the wall sconces or the arrow wall decor mentioned earlier in the article.

Vintage-inspired Macrame Plant Hangers

Ideal Spots: Porch, Terrace, Living Room, Bedroom, Office, Toilet and Bath

The benefits of having plants inside your home include cleaner indoor air, lesser toxins, mood boosting, reduction of stress and illnesses, and giving life to an otherwise sterile looking room like your home office. And what’s more beautiful than indoor plants? Indoor plants in plant hangers that spell shabby chic.

These neutrally-colored macrame planters will fit right into any part of your home, even in the bathroom.

Style How-Tos: Use bright-hued planters for an added touch of color.

Rustic Planter Pot

Ideal Spots: Porch, Balcony, Living Room, Kitchen, Office, Bedroom

These planters are ideal for planting succulents. Succies are good houseplants as they don’t require watering often, love warm and dry climate, and can thrive even with little neglect. These are also handy in the kitchen if you’re keen on replanting veggies and herbs.

Style How-Tos: Pair these pots with a rustic tray (see next item) to display your succies on tabletops and shelves. As these come with handles, you can hang them by windows when sunning your plants.

Inspiring Wall Art Print

Ideal Spots: Living Room, Home Office

Nothing’s more inspiring than seeing inspiring things surrounding you — a cup of hot coffee in the morning, that cup of coffee enjoyed with the sunrise (or sunset!) in the background, greens that help cool down eyes tired from facing the computer screen for hours, a spot of bright color in a monochromatic-styled room, even a motivating saying mounted on the wall to get you going on slow days.

Style How-Tos: Have this wall art print mounted on the wall or put up at the top of the office shelf where you can easily see it.

Arrow Wall Decor

Ideal Spots: Entryway, Hallway, Living Room, Bedroom, Home Office

Aside from telling your guests which way to go (if you decide to put up an arrow decor in your entryway!), arrows symbolize direction, strength, and movement. Native Americans believe that left-facing arrows ward off evil while right-facing ones mean protection.

Style How-Tos: You can put up a mishmash of framed family photos or your favorite quote in between two arrow wall decors. You can add flower accents to the arrows to make them less plain-looking.

Wall Hanging Shelf

Ideal Spots: Living Room, Bedroom, Home Office, Comfort Zone Area (Reading Nook, Hobby Room, etc.)

Extend your shelves’ capacity with this beautiful but sturdy wood-and-jute-combo shelf. Mount it on the wall, a low beam or ceiling and use it to hold books, plants, photos, storage containers, and whatever knickknacks you have.

Style How-Tos: Using LED fairy lights as an added accent will bring your rustic game a level higher.

Rustic Storage Bins

Ideal Spots: Living Room, Office, Bedroom, Comfort Zone Area (Reading Nook, Hobby Room, etc.)

What’s good about these rustic storage bins is that they’re multi-functional. You can store your goods inside the bins while using them as extra chairs when you get a full house or as small tables to display potted plants.

Style How-Tos: You can fit the bins’ wooden lids with cushions to make them more comfortable or use them as a table of sorts to put drinks and snacks on in your reading nook.

Whatever style or decor you choose for your home, know that it’s not just these things that give your house its personality; it’s actually the people living there and the memories made and shared.