Rustic furniture can bring the natural appeal of the outdoors into your home with an unsophisticated approach to style and decor. Typically, rustic bedroom furniture is crafted with wood that has most of the natural elements intact. Adding the unique touch of distinguishing cracks, knots, and blemishes enhances the look of rustic furniture.
Types of Rustic
Differences in rustic style are defined in the type of wood and properties of the materials. For example rustic log bedroom furniture uses whole logs roughly hewn, maintaining all blemishes, natural shapes and knots to create a cabin look. Santa Fe style is crafted from shaped planks and finished in warm stains to enhance the wood grain patterns. Sometimes these styles are combined to achieve an overall natural rustic look to the decor.
A wide variety of wood is used in rustic bedroom furniture.
- Barn wood
- Yellow pine
The popularity of rustic bedroom furniture has grown over the years, as many people want the natural feeling of the outdoors or coziness of a mountain cabin portrayed in their decor. Though the simplistic nature of rustic bedroom furniture offers an unsophisticated appearance, typically the construction is far beyond simple. Rustic bedroom furniture is crafted to last for years getting better with age. Strong and durable, methods for crafting this naturally beautiful furniture make it enjoyable for years to come.