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Ten rustic interiors that incorporate natural textures and materials
Interior designer Olga Fradina paired rustic materials such as rattan, bamboo and sisal with a dark backdrop to create a calming environment in this flat, located at the top of a five-storey Soviet apartment building, which was designed to host meditation and tea ceremonies.
Linear brick wall conceals earthy and tactile interiors of Devon Passivhaus
Material finishes throughout are earthy and tactile, helping to create a "serene" environment and connect the home to the garden further. This includes reclaimed textured terracotta tiles and rough sawn oak flooring, teamed with clay plaster walls and charred wood cabinetry.
Burnt-red tiles and hessian feature inside Dough Pizza restaurant in Perth
Locally based Ohlo Studio was tasked with designing the interiors and set out to create an aesthetic that, like the restaurant's name, is "timeless and no-fuss". The studio also wanted the space to texturally reflect Italy and the country's "rustic sophistication".
John-Paul Philippe turns neglected Connecticut barn into his home and studio
A wood-burning stove was added to the first-floor living area, accompanying another in Philippe's bedroom. Together they form the house's main source of heating, bolstered only by electric baseboard heaters that are used to warm the house when it is vacant in cold weather.