The New Rustic

If you’re looking to add a subtle vintage, country influence to your home, rustic accessories work well when blended into contemporary and eclectic designs. This trend provides a fresh interpretation with pairings of reclaimed woods, natural fabrics and weathered metals, bringing a wave of interest to utilitarian looks and pared-down decor.

Local Shopping Resources

The rustic trend makes your home look like it’s been glamorously lived in for decades. Fortunately, you don’t have to decorate exclusively with pieces rummaged from Grandma’s basement. Just head to these local shops and pick up trendy finds to instantly transform your space.

Brown Derby International Wine Center

2023 S. Glenstone Ave., Springfield

417-883-4066

Me & My House

3405 E. Battlefield, Suite 128, Springfield

417-720-1291

Grayson Home

2814 S. Fremont Ave., #104, Springfield

417-299-0227

Wheeler’s Furniture

861 South Ave., Springfield

417-889-3200

 

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