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By STEVE BRUNNERThe rustic is often considered a new fad in the modern American home.
But it’s actually one of the oldest decor styles that has been around for centuries.
In the 1700s, the term “Rustic” was used to describe wood-framed windows, so-called “Rusticus” and “Rustics.”
Today, the word “Rustican” is used to refer to any rustic-style wooden house.
The word “rustic” itself was derived from the Old English word “Rutha,” meaning “to rustic.”
The term rustic comes from the Latin word “ruta,” which means “to build,” or “to furnish.”
The word came to mean something like “made of wood, woodwork, or materials.”
According to Wikipedia, the first documented use of the word in the U.S. is in 1770.
The term was first used in England by Charles II of England, and by his son, George, in 1789.
In its earliest use, “rustican” was also used in the United States to describe the type of wooden furniture used in early American homes.
The word was first coined by William Morris, a 19th-century American writer.
“I am not saying that every rustic in America is a ‘rustic,'” Morris wrote in his journal in 1785.
“But if the rustics are so called, it is very probable that there are not many that are not a ‘rosette’ in every kind of furniture.”
“If it is true that there is not a large proportion of a certain class of persons in the country that are in all respects ‘Rusted,’ it is more probable that we shall find no great variety of furniture in the homes of the country.”
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