Denim blue accents and a beautiful farm scene depicted in the art above the bed give this bedroom a country feel without coming off as old fashioned. The small sitting area is surprisingly modern, with a sleek sofa and table.
Light Turquoise Walls, A Beautiful White Dresser and Vanity and Deep, Rich Hardwood in Country Bedroom
White turquoise walls add a fresh color to the feminine feel of this lovely bedroom. A white dresser with vanity mirror features a decorative top and bottom for a smooth finish. The white and turquoise are echoed in the peak at the bed frame and end bench. A wood heart adds warmth and decoration.
Simplicity is a design key in this lovely country bedroom. A neutral wall and ceiling color give the room a cozy atmosphere and make the cool blue of the door and window blinds pop beautifully. White bed linens on the iron bed frame are decorated with a quilt for an antique look.
Botanical prints and two accents shaped like cathedral windows bring a country touch to this master bedroom. An antique loveseat in green complements the wall art, as well as gives the owners another spot to read and relax after a long day at work.
One of the bedrooms in this farmhouse guest house has a pair of twin beds dressed in warm quilts, equestrian-themed throws and pillows. Simple neutral Roman shades soften the windows and block out light. At the end of the bed is a rustic stool, perfect for storing an overnight bag.
Classic country accents like the Hudson's Bay blankets mix with industrial elements like the pipe bunk bed for a look that's cheery and thoroughly modern. Rugs, like this rustic cowhide one, layered on top of carpeting can be a great way to add unique personality into a bedroom.
In the United Kingdom, Pale Hall’s luxurious property transports you back to a royal 19th century countryside estate. Laurie Betz of Betz Design Studio said the feeling of quaintness and Old World style, but having modern-day touches, is her favorite element of the British estate turned hotel.
The kids may not come inside all summer when you show them this delicious deck covered by an oversized tent. Twin beds paired with rustic nightstands will keep sleepyheads cozy while rugs, armchairs, benches and coffee tables provide every comfort to occupants when awake.