The rustic look is never replicated when one moves into an entirely brand new home, freshly built from the foundations up. But after a few months of settling in, it can be blended into all aspects and rooms of the home, from the front door porch to the kitchen nook at the back of the house. Beginning with the kitchen then, you can utilize freestanding rustic looking chairs to clutter around a rustic table, round, square or oval, that can seat no less than four.
The breakfast nook is an intimate corner of the kitchen which you can decorate appropriately in accordance with your tastes and feelings. No less than a quaint glass vase of freshly picked flowers with a painted table cloth does the trick. Although you will want to expose the wood features of your rough table. You will keep your dining room area strategically in the middle of your kitchen and your living room area.
This works well if your modern home is already open plan. All you need do is select a few fine pieces from online catalogues showcasing a good selection of rustic dining room sets. If your old home is not open plan, you do not necessarily want to break down walls. An enclosure does create a sense of intimacy, and you may wish for the dining area to be shut off from other aspects of the home. While you build your own rustic looking mantelpiece for now, you can again select from online catalogues of fine country style living room suites.
Some pieces are quite bare, deliberately so, allowing you to add your own collection of colorful cushions to brighten up the space in accordance with your tastes.