I Like It Rustic
Plain and simple rustic fonts that are easy to read and will capture your audience without sacrificing style.
Rustic is a buzzword that gets thrown around a lot these days. And with good reason. Stylistically, people have been leaning towards the simplicity and roughness that is at the heart of ‘rustic’.
If you’re a bit of a ‘typographile’, then you’ll want to keep several rustic fonts on hand. Lucky for you, we’ve put together a list of 32 free and premium rustic fonts that will keep you design-current.
Tony Thomas, our resident font guru, created three styles of Oakwood, a determinedly rustic typography. With your purchase, you’ll get a Clean, Rough, and Rough Shadow option, as well as numbers and the most common symbols and punctuation marks.
The natural look of Selima exudes rustic. The brush font comes with 194 glyphs, which includes special characters.
With its even edges and exaggerated lines, Smooth Stone is a simple font that doesn’t sacrifice style in its effort to be easy to read.
Tomatoes is a handwritten font that looks extraordinarily realistic. The clean lines and plain angles make it ideal for social media posts.
Drustic Dialy comes with four combinations, each one bringing to mind the outdoorsy, rough yet plain style that makes rustic fonts so unique.
With a touch of modern and a twist of vintage, this rustic font is the perfect combination. Included in the set are Standard, Vintage, and Vintage Ext styles.
The gentle simplicity of Sweet Getaway gives it roots in rustic stylings. And because it’s a handwritten font, it definitely gives that at-home feel that is so popular in rustic designs.
Nothing speaks more to the natural, outdoors feeling of rustic fonts more than a font made out of actual tree bark. The hand drawn typography comes with two branches, an olive background, and a bark background.
Beauty Mountains seems to alternate between the bold strokes common in rustic fonts and the more curvy, close letters that make it unique.
Coming in Bold, Black, and Regular, Sonder is a typography that immediately brings people to the outdoors, making it perfect for social media and branding.
Created specifically for logos, branding, and packaging, The Rustic has a rough, bold feel that makes it unforgettable.
Muscat feels rustic because it was based on a natural handwriting. The down-home, simplistic feel makes it an ideal typography option for stationary and branding.
Blackberry Jam is another example of how rustic doesn’t always have to mean completely plain. The simple cursive font is more homemade than plain, keeping it rustic while also being beautiful.
By combining the often confused vintage feel with a rougher rustic touch, Parker gives you the best of both worlds.
Coming with four style options, Swindale can get as rough or as clean as you want. The typeface is a perfect purchasing option if you want a versatile font that doesn’t always look completely rustic.
Whether you’re using Ignite in its filled or outlined form, you’ll love the rustic look it brings to your projects, specifically any branding or textiles you’re working on.
Do click on this font, with its variations in brush thicknesses and truly homemade look. The font is just rough enough to give the cursive font a hint of personality.
Who says rustic means no embellishments? Not the creators of Airpena! The font is simple and plain enough to serve as a display font, but with its swashes, still fancy enough to make an impact.
There’s something supremely natural about Debby, which is why it’s the perfect rustic font. We’d love to see it used in cards, posters, or for logos.
Ruffle flirts with the line between vintage and rustic, but falls more in the rustic column thanks to its rougher edges and simple lines.
Big John and its font variation Slim Joe are modern in their rigidity and clean lines, but when used correctly, that rustic simplicity can really shine.
Touted as being a font bundle of ‘farmhouse chic’ fonts, this pack includes five font options and a variety of different styles.
Brush scripts really do work well with rustic stylings, as Dandeleon proves in this sweeping yet simple font. The script has a hint of roughness that makes it the perfect rustic font freebie.
Think you’re seeing déjà vu? Well, think again! The Rustic, which is available for purchase higher up on this list, is also available in a free form, though this version doesn’t come with all the goodies of the first.
What’s more rustic than a farmhouse bath house? Nothing, if Bath House Rustic Font has anything to say about it.
Hensa is a brush typeface that has just enough roughness around the edges to be hailed as a rustic font. The gorgeous letterings are perfect for signage, social media, and branding.
The script version of Aunofa is an amazing example of the power of simplistic fonts. It has a simple, home-like feel that can be used in endless ways.
While the French definitely don’t believe anything should be ‘new’, this font might just pass their scrutiny. The uneven, roughhewn look of New French is just what a fan of rustic fonts is looking for.
Don’t get overwhelmed by all the options in this font family. Instead, turn your attention to Sucrose Bold, the distressed and handmade font that looks both modern and rustic. Scroll to the bottom of the style list to get the free versions.
Designed specifically for textiles, posters, and branding, Royalmorgue is an artful balance of rough, simple, and vintage, the perfect rustic mix.
Variane has that chic, farmhouse feel that everyone seems to love these days, making it the perfect example of how to use a rustic font in today’s world.
Humblle Rought is just imperfect enough, just natural enough, to instantly make a statement. The rustic font is the ideal option for t-shirts and other textiles, as well as social media posts.