3 Ways to Incorporate Rugged Elements Into Your Home

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Source: Home Life by Rose Ann Humphrey

You don’t have to settle for looking out your windows to enjoy the outdoors on a regular basis. By incorporating natural elements in the home, you can be surrounded by nature all the time.

These are just a few ways that you can bring the natural world indoors:

  • Experiment with wood. Wood comes in a variety of finishes, giving you plenty of options to work with. It can give your home a rugged look or a smooth, polished appearance. You can go with lighter woods to make your home look more open, or use darker woods for a cozier feel. Keep in mind some wood finishes are more contemporary and others more traditional.
  • Don’t forget your bathroom. This room can also benefit from natural elements, like linen wall covering treated to be waterproof.  or a skylight to let in more natural lighting. Bringing these elements into your bathroom makes it an even more relaxing place to enjoy a bath after a long day. Choose contemporary glass fixtures to enhance this calming theme.
  • Work within your budget. Budget is always an issue. Bring in a few natural elements in your home. For example, have one accent wall made of stone installed which is visually appealing.

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