Rustic Ideas for Your Home

Rustic Ideas for Your Home

Wooden Slab Mud Room Bench

A large wooden slab would make a wonderful bench for your mud room. You can either add legs to the bench or just attach it to the wall, making sure that you have it perfectly secure. This is a great farmhouse look for your mud room or entryway and is really easy and inexpensive to create.
Source – HouzzWooden Slab Mud Room Bench - 40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself

Rustic Herringbone Dresser

You can create a dramatic focal point in any room by simply painting an old dresser in a rustic herringbone design. If you don’t have an old wooden dresser, you can usually get them pretty cheap at flea markets and yard sales. Then just add the paint design and stain if you want to get the specific color combination that you need.
Source – Howdy-honeyRustic Herringbone Dresser - 40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself

Wooden Jewelry Hanger

With a few branches or pieces of driftwood, you can create a beautiful jewelry holder for necklaces and bracelets. Just attach the pieces of wood together using screws or a hot glue gun and then stick the base in a wooden candle holder. This is a great piece that is really easy to make and will give your bedroom real rustic charm.
Source – EtsyWooden Jewelry Hanger - 40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself

Oversized Wood Slice Coffee Table

Two or three large wood slices put together will make a stunning coffee table. You just have to cut the slices (or have them cut for you) a couple of inches thick and then stack them at alternating angles to give it a really unique look. Add a few wooden blocks to the bottom for legs and be sure to varnish it so that spills will clean up easily.
Source – MorestudioOversized Wood Slice Coffee Table - 40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself

Birch Log Coffee Table

You can create a beautiful coffee table by simple stacking logs together. Line the logs end up and create a circle whatever size you need. Then just tie them all together with rope or twine to keep your coffee table secure. You do need to make sure that the logs are the same height and you may want to sand the tops down just a bit to make them smooth.
Source – HomedsgnBirch Log Coffee Table - 40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself