Create a Rustic Vibe in your Home

3 products I own which are fantastic for creating a rustic feel in your home, which are all from local businesses in the UK.

Jimmy

3/2/20231 min read

man sitting in front of the fireplace
man sitting in front of the fireplace

Creating a rustic homeware vibe can bring a cosy and warm feeling to any living space. In this blog, we will explore four products that can help you achieve a rustic feel in your home. As a bonus, we'll also highlight small businesses based in the UK that create or sell these homeware items.

  1. Wine Rack

    A rustic-style wine rack can add a touch of elegance to any home. It not only serves as a functional piece but can also double as a decorative item. Consider a wine rack made from reclaimed wood, as this will give your home a unique and rustic look.

    Supporting Small Business: Alegra Homeware

    Alegra Homeware provide a variety of well sourced homeware items with a rustic and modern feel. I personally have their 4 bottle wine rack and it looks fantastic on the wall.

  2. Cosy Blankets

    Nothing says rustic homeware like a cosy blanket to snuggle up in. Look for a thick, textured blanket in a neutral color that will complement your existing d├ęcor. A chunky knit or fleece blanket is perfect for a rustic feel.

    Supporting Small Business: Baigali Designs

    Using wool from the Isle of Mull, they make the most fantastic blankets in Scotland with luxurious feel.

  3. Wooden Serving Tray

    A wooden serving tray is a great addition to any rustic-style home. It's perfect for serving drinks and snacks to guests or for use as a decorative item.

    Supporting Small Business: Mutare

    Mutare is a small business based in the UK that creates beautiful, handcrafted wooden serving trays. They have a wide range of designs to choose from, including rustic-style trays made from reclaimed wood.

    In conclusion, by incorporating these three rustic homeware items into your living space, you can create a cosy and inviting atmosphere. Plus, by supporting these small UK-based businesses, you can help promote sustainable and ethical production practices.