From a barn kitchen to a fishing cottage living room, these rustic rooms will make you feel warm and toasty — no matter the season.
This family room is a paradise of pattern and patchwork. Designed by Anthony Baratta, this winter home in the Adirondacks incorporates the homeowner's love for needlepoint and nature imagery.
The two-fold walls add color and nature to this small (but mighty) powder room. Designer Alexandra Angle used the homeowner's beloved Audubon prints to paper the walls.
White cabinets, dark wood floors and a black kitchen island modernize this rustic Tennessee kitchen. To pay homage to the past, designer Barbara Westbrook displayed antique grape-drying baskets on the walls.
A chandelier in a horse stable? Anything's possible these days. Designer Annie Brahler-Smith took advantage of the extra space in this cottage-like stable and added an entertaining area ideal for summer dinner parties.
This master bedroom lets tartan take center stage. With lofted ceilings and antique wood accents, this North Carolina room focuses on tradition.
While this New Orleans pied-à-terre is inspired by European art, this living room is the definition of rustic chic. The brick walls, French mirrors, and iron coffee tables make this room feel less like an art museum and more like a home.
Set in the mountains at Lake Tahoe, this rustic home fuses comfort with elegance — and this formal dining room is proof. The custom plank table, outfitted with fresh flowers and fine China, is large enough to seat 14 guests.
The stark contrast between the shiplap walls and marble shower tiles gives this room a modern yet cozy feel. The freestanding sinks in this Charleston guesthouse are made with elegant with brass fittings and Italian sconces.
Designer Rhoda Burley Payne lightened the heaviness of this Missouri cottage's dark interior with soft blue-and-ivory fabrics and creamy sofas. The sofas are covered in Donghia's outdoor fabric, Pinata.
For the dining room of their Vermont cottage, designers Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber combined modern and vintage decor. Heekin wanted the dining room to be "an assemblage of old and new that expresses the layers of time and living."
This spacious bath in designer Jill Sharp Brinson's Atlanta house is full of country charm. The Waterworks Cambridge tub was a birthday gift from Brinson's husband. "I wanted it to feel like a trough in an old barn, with the faucet coming directly out of the wall," Brinson says.
Designer Mick De Giulio transformed an old Illinois Barn into this inspired kitchen. He designed the pot rack to resemble a wagon wheel, cut in half. Stools by Ebanista covered in Holly Hunt leather. The floor is made from reclaimed barn planks.
In the sunlit living room of designer Chris Barrett's California bungalow, a rosewood Tansu chest with gold paper-covered sliders is a visual anchor. The splash of gold provides a touch of glamour contrasting the wood furniture and leather armchair.
In this rural Alabama plantation house by designer Betsy Brown, a huge library table made of a dark walnut slab and curved steel legs sits in the center of the upstairs hall. Below the table, layered cowhides line the floor.
Designer Dan Marty always lights a fire in the bedroom of his Los Angeles apartment, even in summer. Like him, his 15-year-old mixed-breed dog, Samantha, is a lover of chairs. She moves from one to the other in his house and store, Dan Marty Design.
To turn a barn-like main room into a cozy English country house, designer Bunny Williams broke the space into two seating areas with back-to-back sofas. Reclaimed beams and flooring to give the East Hampton guesthouse an old-barn look.
The living area in this Long Island cottage by designer David Netto is a seamless blend of rustic and refined. Because the house is used year-round, Netto chose more luxurious fabrics and furniture than usual for a beach getaway.
In this Hudson Valley town house, a Vermont Castings outdoor fireplace is the focal point of the screened porch. "Even in August there are nights when the temperature drops and I build a fire," designer Peter Frank says.