The latest issue of our beautiful publication Modern Rustic is now out. No 19 is full of inspiring homes, craftspeople and a selection of the latest covetable design which all celebrate this rustic aesthetic, combining the best of traditional craft skills with a modern twist.
For this edition as well as some breathtaking, dreamy houses filled with higher end design we focus on properties that have achieved this unique style on a more accessible budget, with handmade curated interiors that celebrate recycled, repurposed and upcycled design.
Kay Prestney’s village house in Essex is filled with the fascinating fruits of her own labours. Gathered seed heads and dried plant structures decorate the house along with all sorts of found objects, recycled and reworked furniture, flooring and lighting.
Interior designer Beth Dadswell turned an old Victorian diary in south London into a lush oasis, reminiscent of a Parisian courtyard beneath the old restored iron roof structure, and created a stylish, secluded home behind it.
Miranda Gardiner was inspired to create this tiny wooden bolthole in Devon overlooking the Bowcombe Creek, on the footprint of an old summerhouse, by a visit to New Zealand and the modest beach cabins there known as bach.
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