make mine rustic chic.
by victoria comment


exposed wood beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

after visiting this unforgettable open house, and leanne ford’s little cabin in the big city, i’ve just been overcome with the desire for open beamed ceilings and interiors with a warm, rustic bent. maybe i’ve been exposed to too much of what i keep hearing being called ‘over-styled spaces’ and am craving a more eclectic look, which has really always been my real jam anyway. these inspiring spaces have got the rustic chic look down pat — not ‘cabin rustic’ but rather a much more Mediterranean vibe. now if i could just figure out how to gut ALL my ceilings and expose every beam in sight, i’d be a happy camper!

rustic modern living room with beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

mediterraen inspired oepn wood beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

painted wood beamed ceiling with platform bed. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

open wood beamed ceilings in bohemian living room. / sfgirlbybay

rustic beamed ceiling. / sfgirlbybay

rustic modern kitchen with wood beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

white walls in rustic modern space with white paper lantern. / sfgirlbybay

a-frame kitchen with wood beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring rustic decor. / sfgirlbybay

rustic dining room with wood beamed ceiling. / sfgirlbybay

mediterraen inspired wood beamed ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: the socialite family; Danielle de Lange; Sofía Gómez Fonzo photography via the style files; @jessewebster; Sofía Gómez Fonzo photography via the style files; amenagement design; Alice Flynn’s kitchen photographed by Tim Pascoe; residence magazine; the socialite family; mon cahierd images; ibiza’s villa nova via the oracle fox; apartment therapy; design*sponge; home adore; Victoria Pearson’s ojai home via jenny kayne; home adore; ibiza’s villa nova via the oracle fox; baobab interiors; design milk; Sofía Gómez Fonzo photography via the style files; raw ideas.

2 responses to “make mine rustic chic.”

  1. The use of exposed wood in these is KILLER!

    One thing I’m wanting to try, the more that I think about it, is doing some type of faux-antler lighting fixtures (like so: I just have to either build up the confidence or go for it anyways. I have gained an appreciation for exposed and worn wood, though, through this post. Ah!!! So many choices to make!!

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