Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick's North Carolina Home Nails the Rustic Look

If you were wondering whether or not rustic décor could feel chic and modern, just take a look inside Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick's North Carolina home. The power couple recently opened their doors to Architectural Digest and we're so happy they did. The interior is a lesson in how to perfectly marry story-filled antique treasures with a modern sensibility.

While the actress slash entrepreneur and former tennis player spend most of their time in their family home located in Austin, Texas, it's their North Carolina property that really makes a case for the modern, rustic design style. Thanks to Decker's own flair for interior design, the home is filled unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that even Roddick can get behind. "My taste has definitely changed by virtue of her being right often—now, I'm into these rustic, antique pieces that she finds," he tells AD.

The seven-bedroom abode has a way of feeling cozy and warm, despite its impressive size (the home is situated on four acres of land, in case you were wondering). Although, that's no surprise considering its location and Decker's eye for the quirky. In the town of Cashier, North Carolina—not far from where Decker was raised—their neighborhood is no tourist trap. "It's a really tiny town with families from cities like Boston, Chicago, and Philadelphia," Decker explains to AD. "There's an interesting culture, too—like, ex-big city kids," she continues.