The hottest trend right now in interior design is the rustic look.

Walk into any home goods store and the shelves are full of rustic style furnishings and decorations.

Now, what exactly does rustic mean?

Rustic style includes a lot of bare woods, gray and brown hues, and generally encompasses a natural, rugged look.

Zola-Sectional-by-England-Furniture Rustic Living Room Furniture Ideas

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Though trendy right now, the design is timeless, and easily transitions for every season.

With just a few additions to your living room, you can have that rustic look in no time.

1.   Tables

Natural wood tables supported by gray toned metal legs is one of the easiest ways to add a rustic touch to your living room. With an end table or two, a coffee table and maybe even a matching TV stand, the natural wood will change the whole feel of the living room.

2.   Furniture

Achieving a rustic look with your furniture doesn’t mean you have to go shopping at an antique store for a dusty, old sofa. In fact, it’s recommended that you do not sacrifice comfort for looks, especially when furniture shopping.

To achieve the rustic look, choose colors like cream, beige, gray and other natural tones. Choosing quality furniture is important, and we recommend England Furniture, a La-Z-Boy subsidiary. England Furniture has been around for over 50 years, manufacturing their furniture right here in America!

3.   Accessories

Now, here is the fun and creative part of the room design. The accessories are the finishing touches to your rustic living room. Planting succulents in a mason jar is a quick and cute centerpiece for your coffee table.

For storage, wooden crates are an interesting choice that perfectly fits into the rustic design. As for wall art, there are countless options out there to match your rustic living room design and really finish off the room. Explore American artists who craft interesting, rustic creations.

Did you get inspiration from this article? Check out England Furniture’s Facebook page for more design ideas!