10 Ways to Turn Your Bedroom into a Rustic Country Oasis

Charming, rustic and wonderfully free of pretension: There’s a reason country interiors have such timeless appeal. Don’t live on an actual farm (le sigh)? There are still easy ways to get the look. Now, if you need us, we’ll be escaping to a cozy farmhouse hideaway, if only in our slumber.

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Hang Filmy Curtains From A Beam

For maximum airiness and bucolic charm.

Photography: Love Grows Wild

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Mix Laid-back Textures On The Bed

Play with a mélange of summery linens, light cottons, grain sack and crocheted accents.

Photography: Zio & Sons

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Use A Beat-up Stool As A Side Table

And top with wildflowers to master the French country house look.

Photography: Lynzy & Co.

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Paint Antique Furniture In Shabby-chic White

Then distress it (just a touch) for good measure.

Photography: Vintage Whites Market

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Add A Simple Bench To The Foot Of The Bed

A perfect perch for treasured tomes and garden blooms.

Photography: Jeanne Oliver

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Mix Warm Woods With Patinaed Metals

For a rustic meets refined blend of elements.

Photography: In the Fields

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Bring Weathered Outdoor Furniture In

And use as a home for blooms, baskets, linens and accessories (or a combination of all four.)

Photography: Dreamy Whites

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Decorate With Informal China Accents

Go ahead, scour the flea market for alllllll the Staffordshire pottery.

Photography: Farmhouse On Boone

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Clad A Wall In Beadboard

For instant warmth, texture and cozy cottage vibes.

Photography: Ella Claire Inspired

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Expose Old Rafters

Or fake ’em with reclaimed wood. (No judgments.)

Photography: Front & Main

Grace Beuley Hunt

Home Editor

From 2014-2019 Grace Beuley Hunt held the role of Home Editor covering interior design, styling, trends and more.
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