Rustic minimalist means lots of wood with clean lines, simple, and less fussy design. Probably we can call it as one of new category of home designs lately appearing in our feeds. Some also call it a design that brings out the character and beauty of texture. Like minimalism, rustic minimalist exposes more the usefulness than excess, style, or even frivolity. The style freely applies for any interior kinds and the followings are some best rustic minimalist ideas for homes.
Wood floor is the precious manifestation of rustic and you can transform it a bit into a rustic minimalist only with decluttering unused interior items and making some (especially functional pieces of interiors) as the primary elements of room. This bedroom, especially the wood floors, gives you benefit to display the rustic furniture as much as possible; even just a small white shag rug for relaxing your feet every beginning of your mornings.
It’s unique when we’re applying rustic minimalist style for such coffeeshop-like seating area. Here, we’ll find a small and minimalist lighting just for the accent as well as the functional element. It looks obvious when dark gray wall features it. About the furniture choice, L-shaped wall-mounted table seems simple and space-efficient for a minimalist goal, and some wood-top stools meet rustic’s mark.
Ultra-minimalist and clean lines. Light wood use here reminds us about the Nordic style, even more it is supported with midcentury modern furnishing pieces and crisp white walls and floors. So inspiring.
Something Nordic is also easily found in this bedroom. We all know that Nordic styling is identical with a very few color use and this value obviously meets what a rustic minimalist needs.
A dresser with very thin & pored door panels. Focusing on the dresser, the color tone easily makes us impressed; it’s light, simple, and minimalist. It’s also functional for any room kinds. The dresser can also make itself as a room statement.
Very simple and minimalist. The space only consists of a bathtub and some supporting pieces. Wood element is just represented by a small stool functioned as the side table. I personally love the herringbone tile walls. They give a textural visual.
A spacious look, so the space is easy to furnish with more furniture pieces. The colors are so natural and subtle, making the space clean lines and lot-of-space feel.
Really don’t like something messy in your working space? This rustic minimalist home office probably meets your dream private workspace. Backgrounded with crisp white walls, the wood furniture pieces visually look contrasted. Also they offer some natural scent to you, feeling as real as in the natural-feel setting that surely makes you feel fun doing all your works.
So embracing. This reading nook is fully covered with light wood, providing relaxed and calm nuance for reading the favorite books. A couple of glass windows here are good facilitators that always let the natural light come in space, giving a big amount of light to the space.
Ultra-minimalist, this hallway is just furnished with a couple of small wood bench and some hooks on wall. A perfect option for a very small-space hallway.