I think that by now we might all be acquainted with the #cottagecore trend that took over the interiors’ world on social media. But we’ve got our eyes on these rural-inspired designs with a contemporary twist. Think oak beams, luxurious textures and metallic accents. Oh my…
From wooden bed frames and natural flooring to statement baths and neutral colour schemes, scroll down to get inspired by these modern rustic bedrooms (and some WITH bathrooms – keep scrolling!) and recreate this look in your home.
Get the look: Modern rustic bedrooms
Make sure to choose high-quality bedding in a classic print for a relaxing scheme. Ticking stripe red duvet cover, from £60; Ticking stripe red pillowcase, from £12, and Porto red bed throw, £110, all from Secret Linen Store.
Moody shades of grey, cream and deep red will add a cosy touch to your scheme. White 400TC Egyptian cotton bedding, from £156; Brique linen Marais throw, £140; Dove pure wool Dansko throw, £95, all from Loom & Last.
Natural wood finishes will easily help you create that rustic atmosphere in your bedroom. Legna bedframe, from £675; Legna 1 drawer bedside, £245; Legna 3 drawer chest, £525, all from Barker and Stonehouse.
Go for an upholstered headboard in a neutral finish to make it seamlessly blend in with the rustic scheme like the Iris double divan, from £775, Button & Sprung.
Try a statement, metallic headboard for a modern touch, but choose accessories made from natural textures, in neutral shades. Bed linen in Rose and Snow, from £179, Bedfolk. Image: Slow Living in Suffolk.
Wallpaper inspired by nature is set to create an authentic #cottagecore feel in your bedroom. The Avar wallpaper in Green, £85 per roll, from Woodchip & Magnolia goes well with the wooden bed frame and bedside table.
Create a nice contrast in your bedroom through different tones of wood. Match your flooring with the rustic beams, and choose furniture in a lighter shade, such as the Textura bedroom and Lifespace modular in Sand Oak. Crown Imperial Bedroom & Lifespace individual furniture pieces starts from £500.
Add a comfy rug to contrast the wooden floor and also create dimension. Relik collection, £86.34 per m2, Havwoods.
Go for a traditional-looking bed and matching bedside tables like the ercol Teramo bed frame, £919, and ercol Teramo bedside cabinet, £295, and add a modern touch through lighting, similar to the Amos one light pendant £53, all from Furniture Village.
Pale shades of pink and green will add that nostalgic touch to your scheme, while the wooden accents will warm up the space. Smoothie bed, from £945, Loaf.
You can still recreate the modern rustic look in your bedroom with wood-inspired flooring. Try the Cottage oak dark brown vinyl, from £31.99 per sq m, Quick-Step as an alternative to real wood. Modern rustic bedrooms WITH bathrooms
Who needs a boutique hotel anyway? Recreate your own with these for inspiration…
For a cohesive design, run the same wooden flooring in your bedroom and bathroom. Traditions Victorian oak, from £27.99 m2, Carpetright.
Take relaxation to the next level and include a bath in your bedroom. Plus, it will give you that chic hotel-inspired feel. Calacatta Polished sink in Cedric Grolet’s Parisian apartment, price on application, Neolith.
From flooring and wall paint to the bed and bath, keep in mind that your bedroom and bathroom should feel like a relaxing sanctuary. Oak Drift Wood Oiled wood flooring, from £63 per sq m, The Natural Wood Floor Company.
If you’ve converted your loft into a bedroom, design a stylish space with a feature wall and a stand-out bath strategically placed under a skylight to enjoy a nice view. Project by Virtue Projects Ltd with copper/nickel bath, from £3,906, BC Designs.
Don’t forget to tag us using #kbbmag on Instagram to share your new modern rustic bedroom.
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