How To Get a Rustic Feel in Your Home

How To Get a Rustic Feel in Your Home

With all the time I’ve spent at home lately, I got really tired of my home décor style. I’m sure all of y’all are familiar with that feeling, too. I decided to change my home’s look. I went for a rustic aesthetic, and now I’m going to teach you how to get a rustic feel in your home.

Add Wooden Accents

Natural wood is the backbone of the rustic home décor style. If you have painted wood, you can quickly and cheaply get it back to its natural wood roots by stripping the paint off and sanding the piece down.

Y’all can also add some distressed wood paneling to a wall as an accent in your home. This is easy to DIY and very budget friendly!

Paint Your Home in Warm Tones

Think warm colors and earthy tones! Paint over that cold gray with a warm and welcoming beige. Get rid of that blue accent wall and replace it with a rustic orange or red. There are so many ways to change the entire feel of your home with just a little bit of paint.

Painting is cheap, easy to DIY, and doesn’t take up too much of your time. I personally love the warm tones because it reminds me of the Southern hospitality that I pride myself on offering visitors.

Get Rid of Your Old Tile

I’m guilty of hopping on the subway tile backsplash trend. I had those standard, clean-looking white subway tiles as a backsplash for a decade, and I finally decided to go with something more unique and more “me.” For the perfect rustic touch to your kitchen, replace y’all’s backsplash with pebble tile. This natural stone look makes your home go from a cookie-cutter catalog to a cozy cabin in no time.

These are a few great ideas for how to get a rustic feel in your home without breaking the bank.

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