Rustic decor has never been more accessible — or more on-trend — than it has been in the last decade. And it's safe to say that our love for this cozy-chic style only grows with time. Encompassing reclaimed wood and other natural textures like linen and classic ticking stripes, rustic design has something for everyone, no matter where you fall on the Joanna Gaines scale. (Here at Hunker, we're a firm 10 out of 10.) Ahead, we've rounded up a few of our favorite buys to bring your rustic bedroom idea to life, while infusing a dash of country into your home, no matter where you live.
The heavy wood grain detailing on this chest of drawers is so good we can barely stand it. We love it paired with a more contemporary vase on top to balance out the rustic details and keep it feeling fresh and current.
Green thumb or not, nothing says rustic bedroom idea like a set of fresh blooms on your nightstand. These faux tulips look perfect year-round and add just the right dash of texture and farmhouse appeal.
A simple black-and-white striped rug pairs well with everything, and the distressed quality of this one from McGee & Co. adds just the right amount of rustic flair. A tip for the budget conscious: Layer a smaller rug over a larger, inexpensive jute rug to achieve the proper scale while preserving your bank account.
The metal straps of this globe-shaped lantern feel rustic while the brass accent adds a dash of glam and luxury. We love this in contrast with worn woods and linens to create balance, texture, and interest in a rustic bedroom idea.
Inexpensive and classic, these black-and-white ticking stripe pillowcases immediately make you feel like you're in a cozy country cabin (which is no surprise seeing as it comes directly from Joanna and Chip Gaines' home decor line at Target).
A set of high-quality linen bedding will always be worth the investment, and we love this charcoal color from the Shoppe at Amber Interiors to add a dash of casual, relaxed luxury to any rustic bedroom idea.
Caitlin is the former social media manager and staff writer of TheEverygirl.com in Chicago, now working as a freelance writer from her laptop in New Zealand. She loves soulful, collected interior design that feels like a warm hug, English Breakfast tea, and trips to the theatre.