Cozy energetic engaging and often transcendental African design is as charming as the continent itself. Even if you are not thinking about a complete makeover add an element or two of this fascinating style to your interior and you will instantly see the transformation.
But the last few years have seen architects and homeowners gravitate towards the beautiful brick wall whenever they need a touch of texture unique character and a dab of timeless charm sprinkled in the living room.
A modern home is always open and full of light making windows a trademark element. Similarly rustics want their space to feel as close to the outdoors as possible therefore an easy sightline to the outdoors is a rustic’s top priority.
Industrial style and exposed brick walls go hand in glove and with adaptive reuse of old structures becoming the norm in the world of home renovations the brick wall is definitely here to stay.
This beautiful bedroom in Aspen CO has a reclaimed wood ceiling and an exposed exterior stone wall. If you do not have cathedral ceilings no worries–you can still get the look of exposed beams on your ceiling like the image below.
If you build new expose your beams use reclaimed wood or include a stone fireplace. The modern rustics never forget the fifth wall: the ceiling. A-frame homes with cathedral wood-covered ceilings are quite popular or big beams adorn the rustic space.