Country bedroom pictures

If you love country style, there’s no reason why you can’t put together a country scheme in your bedroom. Browse our pick of the best country bedroom designs and find your dream look. Not sure about country? Take a look at our modern bedrooms and traditional bedroom pictures, or find your style with our pick of the the most beautiful bedroom ideas, covering all trends.

  • Simple country bedroom with yellow colour scheme

    This scheme starts out classic, with an elegant upholstered bed and trailing-floral wallpaper, but stops becoming twee once you add contemporary lighting and super-chic accessories. Here yellow tones have been balanced out with a neutral oatmeal on the floor and with textiles, with added pops of aqua for freshness.

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    Buy now: Beeswax pure matt emulsion, £46.50 for 2.5L, Paint & Paper Library
    Buy now: Coco bed, from £945; Mimi bedside table, £215; Rudyard desk, £545, Loaf

  • Cosy country bedroom with four-poster bed and botanical print bedding

    A handsome four-poster bed provides a heavenly place to sleep in this bedroom. The bed dressed with layers of textured welsh blankets creates a suitably cosy feel. A retro-style botanical print bed linen makes a real style statement.

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    Buy now: Dot & Ivy Bloomsbury Bed Set, from £60, Next

  • Cabin-style country bedroom with plank-panelled walls and green and silver linens

    Bring warmth to a bedroom by combining wooden backdrops with linen layers. Choose and upholstered headboard for comfort and add a personal touch with cushion combinations and lovely leafy bunting. Leave a basket of blankets in easy reach in case the night gets particularly chilly.

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    Buy now: Plain upholstered double headboard, £375 plus 3m fabric, The Dormy House
    Buy now: Greenwich double duvet set, £120, Christy

  • Country bedroom with floral wallpaper and mahogany sleigh bed

    Classic wallpaper with a small floral and hummingbird motif has been introduced in this bedroom to soften the impact of the rich mahogany sleigh bed. White bedlinen adds a crisp, smart feel to the space, while a soft grey throw adds cosiness and warmth. The cushion on the bed mirrors the print on the wallpaper.

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    Buy now:
    Hummingbirds wallpaper, £105 a roll, Wallpaper Direct

  • Neutral country bedroom with eye-catching pendant light

    Create a soothing bedroom scheme with a cream palette. Add interest with plenty of texture, from cable-knit throws to subtly patterned rugs and upholstery. The main attraction here is an eye-catching pendant light that ties in with the colour scheme, but creates a dramatic feature.

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    Buy now: similar ceiling light, Ikea
    Buy now: throw and blind fabric, Laura Ashley

  • Eaves bedroom with slanted ceiling on both sides

    An eaves bedroom can be a little tricky to decorate – not only are the ceilings an awkward shape, but the proportions of the room can be tricky to furnish, too. Add character to an expansive ceiling by papering part way up the wall – this pretty wallpaper adds interest up high. You could also try stars to create a night-sky effect.

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    Buy now: wallpaper, Cath Kidston
    Buy now: similar bed, Laura Ashley

  • Country bedroom with blue patterned wallpaper

    The blue patterned wallpaper was the starting point for this pretty bedroom, and the colour scheme centres around it. From the shelf and bedside table to the throw, blue accents abound in this space. But not just in block colours – other patterns, from polka dots to florals, work well. Hints of rose add a beautiful contrast, too.

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    Buy now: wallpaper, B&Q
    Buy now: similar throw, Dunelm

  • Neutral attic bedroom with pretty pastel bedding

    Storage can be really tricky in an attic bedroom – after all, it’s hard to position a wardrobe under a sloped ceiling. To counteract this problem, chests of drawers have been used as bedside tables – a clever trick to maximise space and keep the room uncluttered. Pretty pastel bedding adds a subtle hint of colour to the neutral scheme.

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    Buy now: similar ‘love’ letters, Wayfair
    Buy now: chests of drawers, Dunelm

  • Imaginatively decorated bedroom corner with wall-hung jewellery stand

    Add a dash of colour to an otherwise neutral scheme by papering one small corner with a decorative floral wallpaper. Make the look wonderfully girly by hanging a jewellery stand on the wall for easy access to your favourite pearls and necklaces.

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    Buy now: wallpaper, Laura Ashley
    Buy now: similar chair, Maisons du Monde

  • Neutral country bedroom with vaulted ceiling and iron bed

    Place a bed in the centre of a room with a vaulted ceiling for a symmetrical look that enjoys sloped ceilings on both sides. Wall lights are a great way to save space on your bedside table and will be ideal for reading at night. Choose a French-style bedside table with legs to avoid the ‘blocky’ feel that floor-standing units can have.

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    Buy now: bed, Laura Ashley
    Buy now: wall lights, Rockett St George

  • Welcoming guest bedroom with piles of cushions

    Layer on the luxury with snug-as-a-bug textiles. It’s a sure-fire way to make guests feel welcome. A mix of whites and greys are a great base for piling on a whole host of patterns and colours. Not sure about having a blocky bedside table? A chair will do the job perfectly.

    Get the look
    Buy now: Twist and Turn throw, £70, Story Horse
    Buy now: Laura cushion in Isla Finch, £72, Neptune

  • Bedroom corner with shabby-chic wardrobe

    Create a pretty shabby-chic scheme with a mixture of prints. Here, the pink wallpaper marries well with the floral fabrics, as well as the wallpaper that’s been used to cover the glass of the wardrobe. Neutral paint on the wooden panelling and wardrobe keep the look understated, while the pink chair provides a hit of block colour.

    Similar floral wallpaper
    Cath Kidston

  • Bedroom with folk-inspired prints

    Blend spicy cinnamon shades with soft blues for a restful retreat. A naive floral on the wall sets the scene for a folky mix of woodland motifs, embroidery, weaves and knits. Furniture has been kept simple so that the prints can be the centre of attention.

    Wallpaper
    Emma Bridgewater at Sanderson
    Curtains
    Clarke & Clarke

  • Neutral bedroom with tweed sleigh bed

    Turn your bed into a focal point with a tweed fabric. After all, what could be more appropriate for a non-city dwelling than this hardy fabric with country appeal? Splashes of red are used to add extra warmth and are found in a multitude of patterns around the room.

    Bed
    Tetrad

  • Country bedroom with tweed bed

    Choose tweed for the ultimate in country chic. This upholstered sleigh bed is central to the scheme and it adds plenty of interest while keeping the look neutral. Colour has been confined to other textiles and the vivid artworks on the mantelpiece, which create a homely feel.

    Similar upholstery fabric
    The Millshop Online
    Similar armchair
    Habitat

  • Country bedroom with sleigh bed

    Make use of earthy tones to add colour to a neutral country scheme. Yellow, orange, red and brown all feature in this eye-catching stripey rug, which injects life into the room, while blending perfectly with the wooden finishes. Cushions on the bed add detail higher up, tying the whole look together.

    Bed
    Lee Longlands
    Cushions
    Art of the Loom

  • Rustic neutral bedroom with four-poster bed

    Mix and match modern and traditional styles. Four-poster beds are the ultimate in traditional, but this bespoke design has a very contemporary look about it, with its chunky dark-wood posts that make a statement against the neutral walls. Four-posters don’t have to be overly ornate – and this is a great example of that.

    Custom-made bed
    Y2DC
    Bed linen
    Gayle Warwick

  • Symmetrical country bedroom

    Take a hotel’s approach to decorating a bedroom and make the look almost entirely symmetrical. One side of the bed here is almost like the mirror image of the other, from the cushions to the bedside tables and table lamps. The plants are an exception, and show that there’s no need to get too bogged down in particulars.

    Similar bedside table
    Melody Maison
    Similar throw
    John Lewis

  • Pretty bedroom with feature wallpaper

    Hang a feature wallpaper on one wall of your bedroom to create a luxurious effect. The wall where the headboard of your bed is the best place to go for, as it is the natural centre of the room. Choose a design in a relaxing colour and print so that it doesn’t make your mind buzz before bed, and keep furniture white to let the design stand out.

    Wallpaper
    Nina Campbell
    Bed
    The French Bedroom Company

  • Country bedroom with fluffy faux-fur throw

    Create a warming country bedroom scheme with faux-fur throws and plenty of cushions – heaven for curling up on a cold night. Neutral paint on the walls allows flexibility when decorating, but provides a warmer look than white tones, which is especially important in a country cottage, where you want to feel snug.

    Cushions (on bed)
    The White Company
    Similar throw
    Oka

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