Country bedroom décor has evolved a lot over the past few decades. Now country bedrooms are decorated with a mix of features that provides you with all kinds of modern comforts like underfloor heating, air conditioning and improved insulation. However, the interior is still designed with a rustic flair which is very common in a country style dwelling. Undoubtedly, the charm of rustic design has not diminished with time.
While planning the interior of a country bedroom, you must be careful about integrating modern features with traditional design. A seamless integration will make your room feel elegant and comfortable. You may take suggestions from an interior designer experienced in decorating country style homes. While decorating the interior of your country bedroom, try not to hide the architectural features or even the peculiarities of a room. Exposed wooden beams, roughly hew lumber flooring, wall panels made of travertine stone etc help you design a bedroom with an authentic rustic tone.
Country homes make optimum use of natural light. Don’t forget to install large windows in your bedroom. Don’t use curtains made of lux fabric or buy expensive shutters to cover the windows. Use blinds made of organic fabric, bamboo or wood instead. You may also decorate the windows with cotton or linen curtains. An earthly colour palette with bright accents looks perfect in a setting like this.
Choose colours that help you relax and brighten up the ambience. Decorate the room as well as the balcony adjacent to your bedroom with green plants and flowers. They are indispensable items of décor for your country home. Choose a bed made of natural wood, bamboo or plywood. Keep the bed furnishings simple and the colours of the furnishing neutral. You may use salvaged wood to design the furniture of this space. Avoid giving them a very refined polish.
Use natural and organic materials to design the interior of a country bedroom. Wood is one of the most commonly used raw materials in the country cottages, ranches and manor houses. You may use oak, poplar, cedar, pine or Douglas fir to design the flooring, wall and ceiling panels of your bedroom. Oak, walnut, cedar, hickory and cherrywood may also be used to design bespoke furniture for this space. Use rough sawn wooden planks to build the flooring. You may use recycled barn or boat wood for this purpose.
Stone flooring and panels also look charming in a country setting. You may use sandstone, slate or travertine tiles to decorate the interior. Cork flooring, a more recent phenomenon, would also suit the interior of your bedroom. Cork can provide you with a comfortable cushion like feel to your feet. They are great for providing quality insulation and acts as a potent sound barrier. You may decorate the walls with cork as well. Besides, riverbed pebble, terracotta or ceramic tiles can be used to decorate the feature wall of the room.
Avoid opting for wall to wall carpeting. Choose mats woven from reed grass or bamboo or organic rugs to highlight specific parts of the room. Don’t use too many items of furniture and décor in this space. Buy wooden furniture or have it custom designed by an experienced carpenter. Some of the other options include buying rattan or bamboo furniture for this space.
The interior of a country style home does not need expensive items of décor and furniture. It is possible for you to design a bedroom with a genuine rustic charm within a budget of $25,000 CAD. You may also employ some of your DIY skills to design simple tables and nightstands for your dream bedroom. You may use fabric wallpaper or nonwoven wallpaper to decorate the feature wall. Moire wall coverings with a wood grain effect would also look elegant in this space.
For curtains and upholstery, buy Toile fabric. It will induce a bucolic charm in the interior atmosphere. You may also choose fabric with simple floral motifs to decorate this space. Buy lighting fixtures that have an earthly tone and unrefined style. Rustic pendant lighting, wall sconces and table lamps can be used to illuminate the interior. Lighting fixtures made of wrought iron, wood, bamboo or a combination of these materials are generally favoured for this space.
Use handmade decorative items, wall hangings and wooden vases to stylise the interior. Collect dried twigs, leaves and flowers from your garden and design a collage with them. Frame them with pieces of wood or bamboo and set them up on the wall. You may utilise colourful pebbles, hand woven baskets and small branches of trees with an unusual look to decorate the top of the tv cabinet, bedside tables and coffee table. Make a cosy seating arrangement close to the windows. Place simple foldaway chairs or wicker chairs with cosy cushions. A recycled old trunk, wooden box or a block of a wooden log can be used as a coffee table.
Select colours that feel soothing and comfortable to you. Shades of brown, beige, white and yellow are almost a natural choice for this space. They help you design a warm and welcoming room. You may add bright accents in the form of cushion covers or small decorative objects. Fresh flowers and foliage will also help you add a dash of colour in this space. Avoid choosing textile that has a shiny satin like feel. A slightly rough texture looks more suited to a country style interior.