Literally, Rustic is defined as something simple, unpretentious to have a rough texture and not well-fanned. In its application, there are some key ingredients that can describe rustic designs such as wood, natural stone, metal, etc.
However, it does not mean rustic style closely with the translation of the above. As an application of design and interior style, the meaning of rustic words can be processed with a modern twist into an exciting exposure.
For example, cabinets that have been rusted or tables with rough wooden fibres can be exposed in such a way as to form the feel of the room as it is. The impression of the space will be stronger if you then combine with the choice of materials, colours, up to old furniture.
The rustic-style interior design is a design that prioritizes natural materials, rusty, weathered. Although this rustic design seems shabby, messy, and ugly. But merging the interior design between rustic concept and other concepts will make you feel like back to the countryside but with the concept of the present.
Like the minimalist and tropical style, rustic is also very suitable combined with the modern dwelling. This is because rustic has a number of ethnic elements that can be used as an accent in modern interiors.
For example, a modern, stylish room with a clean feel can be combined with ethnic-style furniture, which is generally not polished to enhance rustic features. Another trick is to place ramie-made carpets – not linen material – with natural colours, to create a natural impression in the living room. In order for the rustic-modern style to be felt, give a large window opening in some rooms. If you want to design a new house with this ‘old’ style, there are some things to note.
First, choose a strong textured material and not coated with paint or action. Object material that looks old like old wood with a good texture, can be used as an accent when applied to the wall. While the material is simple and cheap like exposed brick, wood, and coconut wood, can be combined with fabricated materials manufacturer.
Examples such as metal door hinges, glass, steel, in order to bring the rustic-modern style of riveting. The colours used in the rustic room are the colours that make the impression of warm and calm as brown, cream, white, and so on. As well as strong memorable colours such as black, dark brown, etc.
The rustic interior design has the essence of a design that gives a natural impression to the user space, and gives the illusion of memory that describes the rural atmosphere caused by the atmosphere of space and materials constituent elements of natural space, rusty, has a large dimension, not even finishing causing the vernacular side. While the modern style is a concept of space is simple, elegant, and full of colour. To combine the two, there are some tips. As in the selection of materials, we combine logwood, natural stone, etc. with manufacturing materials such as iron, steel, glass, metal.
In the rustic style, constituent materials are often not finishing. To combine it with a modern style, we can not refine it, but tidy it into elegant elements. Examples of logwood on rustic are usually stacked to create a strong rustic impression. We can form it into a symmetrical geometry like solid beam shape, then polish so that the fibres remain visible but the wood becomes shiny.
However, you need to be careful because not just any material can be added to create this rustic style. The key is not to over-expose the rustic element. How, as in the wood wall material, stone and metal do not have to be treated with paint, ceramics, or wallpaper. Let as if the design is not completed, such as the wall without putty, the walls with rough stone, or wood left without finishing.