Numerous styles of rustic beds can complement any bedroom decor. The options are limitless, from natural wood beds to live edge platform beds. It’s becoming increasingly popular to incorporate elements of nature into our home decor designs, and the warmth and beauty of natural wood can bring a sense of harmony to a space. A rustic bed can help achieve this balance and add to the overall ambiance of a bedroom. Other rustic decor elements, such as a fireplace mantel, wood shelves, sculptures, or a natural wood table, can also contribute to a cozy and inviting bedroom setting.
Natural wood bed
What a rustic bed is? Essentially, a rustic bed is one that is made simply. However, despite its simplicity, the result is nothing short of elegant! Typically, natural wood slabs are used to create these beds, chosen by hand and air-dried to showcase the stunning natural beauty of the wood. These beds can be built from solid wood slabs, with or without a raw edge. The term “natural wood” refers to lumber, wood planks, or live edge wood slabs. It’s important to note that laminated wood, such as plywood, and engineered flooring are not considered natural wood, whereas particleboard is not suitable for rustic bed construction.
Wood Platform Bed Frames
A highly sought-after option for rustic beds is a natural wood bed frame. This particular style blends rustic and modern elements, with the sleek design of a platform bed paired with Burl or live edge wood. The result is a visually stunning and practical piece of furniture.
Wood slab rustic beds
We specialize in crafting rustic-style natural wood beds made from reclaimed barn wood and salvaged wood, which has been a popular topic for many years. We tailor or custom bed designs to meet our clients’ needs. Our rustic beds come in King, California King, and Queen sizes, with twin, double, and full sizes available upon request. Additionally, we offer custom bunk beds in twin to king sizes, using any of our bed styles. To inquire about pricing, please contact our designer via email or phone. If you happen to be in Nashville, we welcome you to drop by our studio, meet our crew, and take a tour.
Kelly Maxwell founded Littlebranch Farm in 2001, dedicated to creating functional, natural wood furniture. In addition to our natural wood beds, we also offer a wide selection of air-dried wood slabs.