Take a look around Georgiana's country-style bungalow in Devon

Country Devon bungalow | House tour

Georgiana's living room is decorated with subtle country style. Channel this homely feel with recycled pieces like the trunk, which makes a fab coffee table. Ask friends and family for any furniture or accessories they no longer use like Georgiana did with her curtains. And don't be afraid to mix and match furniture, such as different-style sofas and armchairs – it will give you a homely eclectic look.

1/10 Living room

living room with with white window and sofa

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

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2/10 Upcycled cabinet

living room with white wall and upcycled cabinet

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

This cabinet makes a pretty addition to Georgiana's living room. Keep an eye out at car-boot sales or on eBay for an old wooden unit that you can transform with a lick of paint. Add detail to the back panel by pasting on wallpaper for a fresh look. Once complete, use it to display teacups and crockery or your favourite knick knacks.

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3/10 Kitchen

kitchen with white wall and washing machine

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

Georgiana's neutral kitchen has a modern-country vibe. Choose simple soft-grey units and wooden worktops for a pared-back look. Keep wall units to a minimum and fit tongue and groove panelling as a splashback to help the room appear spacious. To add splashes of colour, pick a patterened blind and invest in bright accessories.

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4/10 Cupboard

kitchen with cupboard and bowls cup in cupboard

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

This cute cupboard in Georgiana's kitchen is perfect for display. Hang a fun wallpaper design in the back of a shelving unit to jazz it up and show off brightly coloured crockery to give your kitchen a lift.

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5/10 Dining room

dining room with dining table and flower vase pot

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

A simple shade of cream on the walls in the dining room keeps the scheme neutral and means the furniture and accessories can be easily changed for a new look. Display a large mirror on a wall like Georgiana has to make your dining space look bigger. When it comes to mood lighting, hang a couple of pendants over your table for meal times. Finish off your dining area with a few patterned cushions popped on chairs.

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6/10 Painted dining table

dining room dining table with flower vase

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

Georgiana upcycled this second-hand table and gave it a lick of paint to freshen it up. Mix and match chairs for eclectic style in your dining room. Make your own seat pads out of a pretty patterned material and look out for second-hand chairs that can be revamped to match your scheme.

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7/10 Bedroom

bedroom with blue wall and bed

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The calming scheme of Georgiana's bedroom is given a pattern hit with the floral bedspreads. Layer up a bed with bedding, throws and cushions to create a cosy retreat and pick a soothing shade to paint your walls. Recycle old glass jars and bottles and place on a side table with fresh blooms for a pretty touch.

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8/10 Spare bedroom

sparee bed room with twwo beds and pillows

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In the spare bedroom, Georgiana revamped the existing twin beds by painting them off-white. Make bunting to hang on your walls out of remnants of fabric and team with patchwork-style cushions. If you're feeling crafty why not have a go at making your own patchwork cushions.

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9/10 Bathroom

bathroom with bathtub and towels

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

The bathroom was rather dated when Georgiana moved in so she had it ripped up and this classic white suite fitted. Why not use tongue and groove panelling on the walls for a traditional style bathroom and add colour through bath mats and towels. When choosing your colour scheme pick out an accent colour from a blind or like Georgiana, her stained-glass window and choose accessories to match.

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10/10 Detached bungalow

bunglow with garden and plant

(Image credit: Future PLC/Colin Poole)

Georgiana transformed her dated bungalow into a home filled with subtle modern-country charm. She filled it with second-hand buys which she revamped to suit her scheme and now it's a cosy country home.

Amy Hodge

Amy Hodge has been working on interiors magazines for over 11 years. She's a freelance writer and sub editor who has worked for some of the UK's leading interiors magazines including Ideal Home, Style at Home and Country Homes & Interiors. She started at Style at Home just after it launched as food editor and is now chief sub editor for Ideal Home, Style at Home and Country Homes & Interiors.