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BACK TO NATURE
The rustic look is ideal for people on a budget: you're not looking for pristine perfection, preferring instead a much more raw and elemental approach to interior design, certainly in terms of colour, texture and (most of all) materials. You can spot exactly when a piece of driftwood, perhaps, is just that - a piece of wonderful driftwood - and when it's exactly what you need as a simple focal point in the living room.
You love connecting with nature and the world outside. The rustic living room is cousin to the country cottage, but it's altogether earthier and more rugged, almost troglodyte. There's something elemental about this look, which embodies the romantic spirit of a pilgrim and celebrates the independence of the hermit. That said, it can be warm and welcoming -- a respite or sanctuary from the world outside. It's about the homespun and the homely, about authenticity and log-cabin cosiness. There's something quintessentially man-made about the retro look: it harks back to a time when technology promised only improvements to the quality of life. As such, retro accessories tend to look incongruous in a rustic living room. Earthy (but not muddy!) colours work well in both rural and urban settings, while bold prints add character and personality. Make comfort the priority in your living room: it's where you naturally go to watch TV, relax and de-stress.
Your bedroom shows a love of country comforts. Sleep is fundamentally important to our well being. Clean, fresh air can truly aid sleep, but so, too, does a well-made bed and the best mattress you can afford. Touch is an important issue in the bedroom, from crisp, linen sheets to wool or even sheepskin underfoot. You love the classic country look in your bedroom, using rich, chocolate browns to create a warm and cosy escape from the rest of the world.