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Ideas for Country Kids Bedrooms

Made for sharing
For a successful shared children’s bedroom, the secret is to stick to one style, adding subtle variations that won’t detract from the overall look. Both metal beds are painted white, but are in different designs, while stripy bedspreads are in toning pastel shades.

Make natural wood work
A rustic wooden bed with raised sides suits a room with timber beams on show. Strip a vintage bed back to the natural wood, or try Grange for a new one, either painted or in a wood finish.

Create a fairytale room
Drape sheer fabric curtains in a butterfly print over a white-painted metal bed for a light and floaty effect, then dress with bedlinen in sugared-almond shades of pink and lavender.

Use under-bed space
Toys, towels or spare bedlinen can find a welcome home under the bed, freeing up space elsewhere in the room. Buy decorative storage boxes on castors and paint them in a jolly shade to contrast with other furnishings.

Dress up a nursery
For a pretty effect, paint a nursery in a warm shade of white, invest in white-painted furniture and bring in touches of colour. White furniture will blend with future colour schemes, and it’s easy to add new pieces as children grow.

Maximise storage
Organise toys in a country-style basket storage unit. A painted unit will sit comfortably in a country setting while its sturdy rattan baskets have cotton linings, removable for washing.

Organise clothes
A dedicated country-look children’s wardrobe with drawers and hanging space will take care of school and play clothes. Consider labelling the drawers with stencils or stickers to encourage kids to tidy up.

Create hanging space
A white-painted shelf with pegs is ideal for hanging up fabric shoe bags, nighties or pyjamas. Invest in a set of mini nesting suitcases, fun for play and ideal for storing trinkets.

Pick the blues
Opt for a fresh blue and white scheme. In a room that’s predominantly white, the sky blue table, chair and mirror stand out, while a starry rug adds pattern. Finish the scheme with blue and white bedlinen.

Maximise the light
Give a loft room a classic country feel with a wrought-iron bedstead tucked under the eaves. Keep the furnishings simple and dress the window with a curtain hung from a dormer rod.

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