There's a certain type of comfort that rustic interiors bring whenever we're in the vicinities. The simple and homey theme represents a natural, rough, aged, and casual design that incorporates Tuscan, coastal, and cottage variations.
Rugged and natural, a rustic interior has the power to remind us of the good old times in the countryside. It invites us to drop all the tension we acquired from the bustling city and just snug in the most comfortable places of the room.
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Below are rustic places around the world where you and your loved ones can stay for the night:
1. Casa Olivetta, Italy
Puglia's Valle d'Itria in South Italy has many captivating views, especially in the towns of Cisternino and Ostuni, an area with whitewashed houses, roads framed with dry stone walls, rolling hills, and centuries-old olive trees and trullo cones.
Somewhere in this seemingly cinematic place is Casa Olivetta: a rustic-themed lodge that offers a guest villa, two gazebos, and an outdoor area where guests can use a pizza oven.
The place boasts traditional stone terracing, reclaimed antico terracotta tiles that elegantly furnish the inside and lime-washed white walls that contrast timber.