50 Rustic Living Room Ideas for 2020

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Create your own beautiful side table by sanding down a tree trunk, covering it in wood stabilizer and painting it with a glossy topcoat.

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A large white faux fur rug makes every rustic living room feel cozy and warm.

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A distressed wooden tray is the perfect way to add a rustic touch to your coffee table.

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If you’re looking for a way to fill a small space between your couch and window, use a thin table filled with rustic decor.

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Add a rustic element to the space above your couch by hanging up small wooden decorations, like these cute arrows.

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A wood pallet coffee table is a classic piece of rustic living room furniture, and it looks beautiful paired with a wicker tray.

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Small details can make a rustic living room truly pop, like the subtle rose handles on this cabinet.

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Feel free to use eclectic decor in your rustic living room, like the antler decoration on this coffee table.

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Make a lovely sign for your mantel by stenciling your favorite saying onto a wood pallet. Finish with a little bunting decoration.

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Wire baskets and vintage lamps can make any sideboard into a beautiful piece of rustic living room decor.

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Create a lovely rustic photo display by making a ladder from long branches. Then add some colorful decor, like red berries.

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Make your own vintage ladder by staining pieces of wood. Use this ladder to display some of your favorite blankets.

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A galvanized tub is the perfect place to store extra blankets in your rustic living room.

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Give your living room a cohesive look by using a matching wood side table and coffee table.

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Create a beautiful fireplace display by mixing and matching pieces of vintage decor, like lanterns and ceramic jugs.

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If you don’t have a lot of space for a side table, consider using a wooden stool.

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Place flowers in Mason jars and hang them up with brown string for a fun piece of DIY decor.

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Use a vintage trunk in place of a coffee table to add a rustic element to your living room.

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Create your own rustic ottoman by placing a piece of fabric-covered foam on top of a classic wood milk crate.

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Paint planks of wood white and place them on the back of your shelves to easily add a rustic look to your living room.

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We love all the little details in this rustic living room, from the white ceramic jug on the coffee table to the sweet ‘Home’ sign.

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A distressed side table is a great choice for a rustic living room. You can also place some vintage decor on it, like a metal wire basket.

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This mustard yellow buffet is the centerpiece of this rustic living room. It also works perfectly as a TV display.

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Fill your mantel with pieces of cute decor, like a little metal pail and a wreath made out of branches.

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Create your own shiny basket by hot gluing rope around a laundry basket. Then, paint the rope with metallic copper paint.

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Floating wood shelves are easy to make, and they’re fun to decorate. Fill the shelves with family photos, vintage decor and bright plants.

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A vintage white frame and a classic wreath are wonderful statement pieces for your fireplace mantel.

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This DIY barn door display is a great choice for any rustic living room. To add some color and texture to the piece, attach a wreath to it.

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Use birch wood to make lovely candle holders. You can also tie the candles together with burlap twine.

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Don’t be afraid to use colorful pieces in your rustic living room design. For inspiration, take a look at this fun lime green cabinet.

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For a unique wall decoration, attach coat hangers to planks of wood. Then, hang Mason jar lanterns to the coat hangers.

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We love this living room’s vintage coffee table. It pairs perfectly with the woven brown rug.

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Go all-natural with your living room decor by creating a wreath out of pinecones and branches.

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Make any wooden mirror look rustic by using distressed paint. For another vintage touch, place lanterns next to the mirror.

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Using PVC pipe and wood planks, you can make your own unique shelves for your rustic living room.

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Floating shelves are a great choice for a small space in your living room, like the corner next to your stairs.

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The space above your couch is the perfect place for a gallery wall featuring wooden decor, inspirational sayings and family photos.

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A large wicker basket is a great choice for a coffee table. To add different textures to the table, lay down a piece of fabric and use a metal tray.

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To make your side table look shabby chic, use white chalk paint and latex wax.

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Add a rustic flair to the decor above your couch by using a whitewashed window mirror.

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This TV console shows a great example of how small rustic details can go a long way. Take a look at the lovely wicker baskets and distressed photo frame.

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Create an out-of-the-box tray for your coffee table by using the top of a wine barrel.

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Create a lovely rustic living room wall display using antique accents, a vintage wreath and a distressed white shelf.

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Add some color to your coffee table by using a painted vintage lantern. You can also display flowers in the lantern.

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Plaid decorative pillows make any living room feel more rustic. The pillows also look wonderful with this room’s antler and candle coffee table display.

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Brighten up your living room with a DIY greenhouse terrarium. To make it, simply glue together vintage lightweight photo frames.

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Attach hanging illustrations of plants to a vintage metal ladder for a fun piece of rustic living room decor.

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