4. Country Diner Barn Wood Kitchen Sign
Typography lends itself quite well to rustic wall décor. It has the ability to give a very personalized quality to any space or maintain a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. It really is all about the materials that you use to make your statement, however, the size and placement of the typography play a significant role in the impact the piece makes. By using letters with a few noticeable imperfections in the natural wood the E, A, and T become ideal rustic wall art. Wood is certainly not your only option for rustic typography; woven twigs or distressed metal would work well in this type of arrangement. This is an easy project for a do it yourself-er, however, letters are readily available at home décor and craft shops.
5. Over-sized Windmill and Barn Wood Wall Clock
Using a well-placed rustic wall decoration idea adds a polished look to an accent table arrangement. In this case, the table with the rustic elements would appear incomplete without the wood and re-purposed clock placed behind it. This grouping is ideal for a rustic farmhouse setting and fits wonderfully in a variety of locations in the home. The idea of bringing farm equipment indoors as décor is trendy right now; part of its appeal is its casual and effortless appearance. The variation of wood tones on the base of the clock gives an additional level of interest to the piece without overshadowing the grouping as a whole.
6. Family Photo Collage from Recycled Window Frames
Nothing gives your home a unique sense of personality quite the way family photographs can. These photos are elevated from simple family pictures to rustic wall decor with the use of a few key elements. Notice the photos themselves; the continuity of the photographs plays a large part in the success of this grouping. The use of sepia, as opposed to color or ordinary black and white, gives a rustic feel to the images; also the photographs appear professional yet they have a casual and natural setting that lends itself to rustic wall décor. Whitewashed windows are ideal when used as frames, and the typography is the right shade to pick up the darker tones in the photographs, tying the collection together perfectly.