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Designing a rustic cottage bedroom can vary from old-world rustic to bright and airy. Below you’ll find five rustic cottage bedroom ideas. Visit each one to see a photo of the actual design created by the associated professional decorator and architects.
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1. Traditional Twin Bed Décor with Patterns, Pastels, and a Braided Rug
This particular rustic cottage design by Ambiance Interiors is spectacular. It’s soft in presentation yet has a lovely rustic feel with wood accessories, a braided rug, and two chairs. The light olive green painted paneled walls are beautifully offset by the patterned carpet, patterned chairs, and patterned bedding. If you’re nervous about mixing patterned furniture with a patterned rug, don’t be; here are some tips. If your taste leans traditional, you’ll want to check out this look.
2. A True Lakehouse Bedroom Design for Your Cottage
If your taste is all about mixing various woods from the floors to the ceiling, then you’ll want to take a look at this spectacular rustic bedroom by Lake Country Builders. Every aspect of this space features wood – From the bed to the couch, the floors, and the ceiling. The drama of the area is captured in the continuous flow of wood. The pillows, blankets, and end tables provide a slight contrast against the amount of wood in the space. There are coordinated colored soft tone accents that slightly blend in with all the wood without focusing on it.
3. Four Custom Built-in Bunk Beds – When There’s Not Enough Space
Dorm rooms are a popular choice for cottages. This particular cottage dorm by Kawartha Lakes Construction features four custom double bunk beds. Stairs between the beds lead to the upper bunks. This approach to a rustic bedroom allows you to maximize space. These bunks work in almost any area where the footprint fits the design, even without a designated bedroom. If double beds are too large, go with four single beds. You can also mix and match bed sizes; how about double beds on the bottom bunks and single beds on the top?
4. Lots of Windows and Light and Airy
A rustic cottage bedroom idea doesn’t have to include dark-colored woods. Don’t hold back if you prefer light neutral tones such as tan, beige, and white. Take a look at this attractive rustic modern bedroom design by JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction. It focuses on the view and essentially brings the outdoors inside.
5. A Touch of Rustic With Clean, Simple Lines
This classic rustic bedroom by JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction separates itself from the rest by combining a touch of traditional with a hint of cottage. If you prefer an uncomplicated look with simple furnishings, you’ll appreciate this design. Create a feature wall, use rod iron for the bedding and other accents, then add a simple wood dresser end table with a wingback chair in the corner. Keep the drapes a simple solid color and add a rug with only a touch of pattern.
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