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60″ Rustic Mantle
Starting at $438.00
Barn Floor Rustic 1-Drawer End Table
Starting at $537.00
Barn Floor Rustic 1-Drawer/1-Door End Table
Starting at $359.00
Barn Floor Rustic Chairside Table
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Barn Floor Rustic Coffee Table
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Barn Floor Rustic Sofa Table
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Coffee Table
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Coffee Table with Concrete Top
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Coffee Table with Metal Top
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Easy Chair
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine End Table with Drawer
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Futon
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Open End Table
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Recliner
Blue Ridge Rustic Pine Swivel Glider
Boat Wood Rustic Coffee Table in Cherry
Boat Wood Rustic End Table in Cherry
Boat Wood Rustic Sofa Table in Cherry
Cast Iron Rustic Coffee Table in Rustic Q.S. White Oak
Cast Iron Rustic End Table in Rustic Q.S. White Oak
Decorating your home is a completely personal process, which means choosing the right rustic pieces to furnish your living room depends entirely on your own individual style. We offer a variety of wood and color options so that your home can be a true reflection of yourself. Choosing the right rustic living room furniture for you comes down to knowing which pieces of furniture you need, and which colors and woods best suit your personality.
If you’re looking for a full, matching living room seating set, you might opt for the Lodge collection, because it features a loveseat, a sofa and an ottoman. If you have a smaller space to work with, perhaps you’d be more interested in the rustic pine sofa and coffee table.
On the other hand, you may already have a sofa that you love and are just looking for a few tables to complete your rustic living room look. In that case, you might be better off with the Timber coffee table, end table and sofa table.
Match Your Décor to Your Furniture
It’s important to match the décor of your home to your Amish rustic living room furniture, rather than the other way around, because these pieces are highly durable and timeless in design. Once you’ve chosen the right solid wood rustic living room furniture to redecorate your home, it’s time to start picking out secondary décor to pull everything together. The easiest way to do this is to create a fully rustic room by decorating it with lamps designed to look like trees, picture frames crafted from wood and maybe even an animal head or two.
How to Mix Rustic Living Room Furniture With Non-Rustic Pieces
Of course, you don’t have to decorate your room solely with rustic pieces. In fact, when you decorate with a mixture of rustic and non-rustic pieces, you’re left with an eclectic look that will dazzle your friends and family. To successfully mix your rustic and non-rustic look so that everything blends together well, it’s important to keep it simple. You don’t want either design element to overpower the other and create an imbalance. Instead, you want everything to look as if it belongs.
Easily mix your solid wood rustic living room furniture with more modern décor pieces when you choose darker woods and statement pieces. A wooden sofa is beautiful and certainly has its place, but when you’re trying to combine the natural appeal of rustic furniture with a sleek modern touch it’s easier to opt for a dark wooden coffee table, end table or even a sofa table. These pieces generally help set the tone of the room as rustic, without beating your guests over the head with it.
Tried and True Durability That Lasts
When you’re looking for living room furniture, one of the most important things to consider is how durable it is and how well it will hold up against the wear and tear of everyday use. After all, the living room is usually one of the most frequently used rooms in the home, so you want to make sure your furniture will not fall apart after only a year or two of use.
Rest assured: When it comes to carpentry, the Amish know what they’re doing, and have been producing some of the most reliable and durable pieces of furniture for hundreds of years. You would be hard-pressed to find something that will look better and last longer than a piece of Amish rustic living room furniture.