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Elements of a Country Home

Get inspired by these country-chic decorating ideas

By Tiffany Adams

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You don't have to live on a ranch to be a fan of country- and rustic-style spaces. Rich woods, classic Americana details, and nature-inspired elements as well as a penchant for simplicity all make the style a popular choice for homes around the nation. Read on to see some of our must-have elements for a rustically chic home.

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Kitchen by Jerry Locati

Natural Stone

Quarried stone and other natural rock features are key design aspects in many country homes. Rugged, unevenly formed stones add instant texture to a space that's reminiscent of a mountainous terrain. What's more, they can also add architectural intrigue when used to create design features such as the recessed archway shown in this kitchen. Here, additional Americana details including the furniture-style cabinetry, double oven, cooktop, and wooden barstools help to achieve the cabin-like look. 

Kitchen
by Jerry Locati

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