There’s something so and quaint about . The imperfections of charm and raw, exposed wood and antique furnishings make it easy to emulate. And in a dining room or kitchen space, it makes you want to enjoy your favorite comfort food with family and friends. Bring to you with a few simple updates and additions. Read on to see some of our favorite examples of country dining room
Mix in different styles.
A rustic dining room doesn’t have to be only in rustic style — but there should definitely be an overall rustic feel in the finished look. This dining space is a great example of infusing a few pieces that complement the rustic dining table and mirror. It utilizes mid-century modern dining room chairs, an industrial pendant light, and contemporary wall art to make something wholly unique and stylish.
Add modern seating.
If you don’t want a matching rustic or country style dining table set, you can pick and choose different pieces to create a look all your own. Ghost chairs paired with a rustic wood dining table and repurposed materials looks SO right. They don’t take away anything from the overall rustic look but still add something unexpected and cool. A rectangular rustic kitchen table in any wood finish will pair with just about any dining chair style, and this look is unique and on trend.
Infuse Southwest accents.
Rustic and Southwestern styles run awfully close to each other so it makes sense to have a look that combines a little bit of both looks. Add some greenery to your rustic chic dining space with a cactus or two. This casual dining space features rustic style counter stools and some southwest wall art and of course, lots of reclaimed wood and neutral colors.
Cozy rustic pieces with glam lighting.
Polish up a rustic dining room with some glam lighting. The juxtaposition of glittery pendant lights with timeworn wood, neutral finishes, and down home furniture styles is eye-catching and interesting. Rustic charm with elegant decor really works in the dining area. The color palette in this look is kept pretty simple to let the mix of textures and materials stand out.
Layer your rugs.
A layered rug look works for just about every style but since rustic rugs include woven and animal rugs, it’s super impactful. This rustic decor looks perfect in a small dining room like the one above or a larger one as well. Layering different rustic area rugs gives you more of an opportunity to play with textiles and patterns.
So whether it’s just your dining table, dining chairs, or the whole room, try some rustic charm in your dining room. You can always keep the space in one cohesive look if that’s what you prefer, or have some fun mixing and matching with glam, mid-century, Scandinavian, or contemporary pieces for something unexpected. A rustic interior can be achieved in any space but we especially love the cozy vibe in the dining room that makes you want to stay awhile.