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How to Create a Rustic Living Room Decor Most people do not want to spend much time decorating a particular room in the house. If you want a quick look in your living room that is rustic and inexpensive, consider these tips to help you. Remember that rustic is comfortable and simple, not distracting and uncomfortable. You know you like the rustic look, but there are a variety of rustic looks to choose from. Picking your style can be difficult to do, but it will be worth the extra time you put into the room. Antique items are the most popular ways to get a rustic look. You may have inherited some old things that you don't know what to do with and you might be considering throwing them out. But you may want to think about how you can incorporate them into your interior. Rustic does not have a set pattern or color as long as you do everything together. The floor must be hardwood. If you do not already have hardwood floors, you may want to consider placing wooden floors in your living room. This is a huge cost but it has so many benefits. If you have hardwood floors but you have covered these years with carpet, get rid of the carpet and have floor buffed and re-colored to get a new look in your living room. Fill in this look with floral rugs that you can use in front of the sofa and chairs. Use solid color mats in front of the TV, bookshelf and fireplace to mark these areas. The walls should be decorated with either wallpaper or wallpaper. Some may find that wallpaper can give the rustic look more than just painting the walls. If you do not like painting or rather do not paint if you have the opportunity, find a wallpaper that you like at your local store or find the right one online. Now it can be a good time to change furniture to create a rustic look. The furniture must match but others then that it should be older than you have now. You also want to keep the room simple so don't add too many furniture or it will seem more crowded. Allow the rustic look with throws, sofa pads, lamps and more. These accessories can be very cheap and can only require a simple white blanket and two sofa cushions. Be creative but conservative. Try to find a southwest felt to place on the back of the couch or fold up on an ottoman near the couch so you can reach it when you feel cold. You want to finish your look with some simple touch-ups. Place a couple of logs in the fire so you can light it when guests arrive. You may also want to light it when you want to suck on the couch. Your rustic look will be warm and inviting to everyone.