25 DIYs for Your Rustic Home

When I think about a rustic home, I think of warm wood tones and textural neutrals that instantly make you feel cozy. Decorate your home from top to bottom with a lovely rustic theme without breaking the bank. Build a coffee table or go a little simpler and make some wall art for the kitchen. Bust out those mason jars, wood, rope, and burlap for the 25 DIYs for Your Rustic Home…

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  • Burlap Curtains 2 of 26
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    Curtains with the classic look of white but the texture of burlap are made even more rustic and trendy with sisal rope polka dots.
    Check it out at

  • Shutters 4 of 26
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    Make some shutters for a rustic art installation over a buffet.
    Check it out at Blooming Homestead.

  • X Console 5 of 26
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    Build a rustic X console for behind your sofa or a hallway.
    Find out more at Anna White.

  • Burlap "Wallpaper" 6 of 26
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    Use burlap fabric as wallpaper on bookshelves for texture and warmth.
    Find out more at Decor and the Dog.

  • Crate Bathroom Storage 7 of 26
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    Create rustic bathroom storage with dark wood crates and iron.
    Spotted at Morning by Morning Productions.

  • Rustic Sign 8 of 26
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    Age reclaimed wood for a rustic letter display in your kitchen.
    Find out more at Sweet Pickins Furniture.

  • Faux Barnwood 9 of 26
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    Paint wood slabs for a barn wood look to add a little touch of rustic to any piece.
    Find out more at House of Smiths.

  • Flat File Coffee Table 10 of 26
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    DIY a Pottery Barn knock off with this flat file coffee table tutorial.
    Find out more at Shanty 2 Chic.

  • Accent Wall 11 of 26
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    Create a feature wall from wood pallets to warm up a space.
    Find out more at Bower Power.

  • Shelving 12 of 26
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    Use a pallet to create rustic shelving.
    Find out more at The Nest.

  • Mason Jar Lighting 13 of 26
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    DIY a chandelier with mason jars for rustic lighting.
    Find out more at Kara Paslay Designs.

  • Rustic Crates 14 of 26
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    Build some crates with rope pulls for rustic storage that's as beautiful as it is functional.
    Find out more at House of Smiths.

  • Wine Storage 15 of 26
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    Store wine with rustic wood and screws.
    Find out more at Shanty 2 Chic.

  • Rustic + Industrial 16 of 26
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    Build a rustic and industrial shelving unit.
    Find out more at Sylvie Liv.

  • Twig Coasters 17 of 26
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    Rustic meets functional with these twig coasters.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

  • Branch Shelves 18 of 26
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    Make cottage shelving with rustic branch anchors.
    Find out more at Family Handyman.

  • Rope Vases 19 of 26
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    Don't forget about accents like these rope vases for a rustic centerpiece.
    Find out more at Style Me Pretty.

  • Driftwood Lamp 20 of 26
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    Add texture and rustic charm to a lamp with driftwood.
    Find out more at Tim Neve.

  • Rope Mirror 21 of 26
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    A simple IKEA hack to get a rustic rope mirror for your entry or bathroom.
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.

  • Wall Art 22 of 26
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    Create wall art with wood, paint, and rosettes.
    Find out more at Shanty 2 Chic.

  • Barnwood Headboard 23 of 26
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    Use barnwood as a rustic headboard option.
    Find out more at 508 Restoration and Design.

  • Mason Jar Storage 24 of 26
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    Store small bathroom items beautifully in this mason jar shelf.
    Find out more at Liz Marie Galvan.

  • Coffee Table 25 of 26
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    Build a rustic coffee table.
    Find out more at Centsational Girl.

  • Bookshelf 26 of 26
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    Use fruit crates to build a bookshelf.
    Find out more at The Pleated Poppy.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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