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11 Stylish Bedrooms for Country Kids

Give kids their own special space with a bedroom that is designed around their interests. Any child would be thrilled to have one of these fun rooms!
  • Rural mural

    This adorable bedroom works well for a boy or a girl, from birth all the way through childhood. Whether you find a wallpaper mural or hire an artist to paint a one-of-a-kind creation, an art wall makes a huge impact in a room! The door in this bedroom was replaced with a Dutch barn door, which serves a dual purpose: it looks adorable, plus the bottom door can be closed and the top left open, which lets parents check on napping little ones without opening the door and waking them!

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Sliding style

    What a difference these doors make! This homeowner added a long rail over the bathroom and walk-in-closet entrances, and replaced the doors with sliding repurposed barn doors painted country blue. This is a great way to give a teenager's room a farm theme without being too juvenile.

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Country girl

    What a pretty room for country girls, tweens, and teens! A picket-fence-style bed sits underneath an antique window, which acts as a frame for several quilt squares. A curtain fringed with pom-poms adds to the faux window effect.

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Old-fashioned boy

    This little farm boy loves his bedroom! An antique twin bed with a painted headboard is the centerpiece of the room. If you can't find a gem like this, create one with stencils and antiquing! Vintage tools and machinery parts mounted to wooden trays make wonderful old-fashioned farm decor for a boy's room.

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Attic escape

    This colorful headboard resembles a handmade quilt. Squares of felt were glued to an old headboard, then decorated with more felt shapes, both flat and 3D. This type of headboard makes it easy to customize the design for each child's interests, from flowers and butterflies, to horses and tractors.

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Custom cabinet

    A vintage cowboy print decoupaged onto a door panel turns an ordinary cabinet into a perfectly personalized piece of furniture. Use copies of old photos, advertisements, or even covers of our sister magazine, Successful Farming to create your own custom furniture!

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Circle the wagons

    What a fantastic room for your favorite little buckaroos! The round window in this loft bedroom is the perfect size for a vintage wagon wheel insert. Matching headboards, a vintage leather piece of art, classic chenille cowboy bedspreads and pillows, and Indian blankets make this bunkhouse look like something right out of a Western movie!

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Create a cabin

    Wish you lived in a log cabin? With special wallpaper or a paintbrush and creative hand, you can turn any room into a cabin! This lucky kid's room has classic cowboy accents like antlers and horseshoes, and a friendly raccoon peeks in through a faux window. 

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Gorgeous gingham

    What an exquisite bedroom for a country girl! By simply swapping accessories, the bones of this room will take a girl from crib to college. A daybed doubles as sleeping space and couch, and an antique bench softened with pretty pillows provides more space for friends to sit. The gingham-style ceiling can easily be created by masking and applying one coat of paint to stripes going in one direction. After the stripes dry completely, mask off stripes going in the other direction and paint. The sections where two coats are applied will be darker, giving a classic gingham look!

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Secret fort

    What fun! Turn your child's bed into a secret fort by mounting rods to the ceiling and hanging curtains or painted fabric panels around the bed. Remember that kids will be kids, and they'll definitely try swinging from the panels, so be sure to mount the rods to studs in the ceiling, and use sturdy panels and ties.

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018
  • Built-in bunks

    These hand-made bunkbeds are painted white to match the room's woodwork and feature many custom details, making them appear to be built right into the room. The four-poster design would make it easy to add curtains around each bed for privacy, perfect for a bunkhouse-style room for all the grandkids!

    Date Published: August 28, 2014
    Date Updated: November 9, 2018

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