Country themed bedrooms feature a home-y and warm, lived in look. It’s very family-friendly, practical, and beautiful. The type of interior design theme allows you to experiment with creative colors as there are no set color schemes or “rules of thumb” to go by. Estate sales, interior design centers, and flea markets oftentimes are great places for homeowners to find decorations for their home. Country bedding pulls the look together. A look that is both functional and comfortable is possible with this type of bedding. Here are some types of bedding to choose from.
Antique quilts are some of the best country themed bedding. They can be found rather inexpensively at estate sales and at garage sales. Sometime you might even get lucky and have a family heirloom or two handed down for you. If you can’t find an antique quilt at a garage or estate sale, there are dealers that specialize in quilts. These people are professionals and know what the quilts are really worth. However, this may be the best option if you are looking for something in particular.
Crazy quilts, wedding ring quilts, and log cabin quilts are all popular patterns that you choose from. Choose a quilt that is colorful so that you will have an easier time finding accessories.
Duvet covers are washable, making them a great option for children’s rooms, guest bedrooms, and more. The quilt inside the cover is filled with a material such as down, cotton, or synthetic fibers. There are duvet covers available that look like a quilt. This is a great option for those that don’t want to take delicate care of an antique quilt. Those that like to change the look of their room frequently will also like this country bedding because duvet covers are inexpensive and fold down for easy storage.
Wool blankets are very rustic and warm. This type of blanket works well in many types of interior design themes, not just a country theme. Available in a rainbow of colors, finding a wool blanket isn’t as hard as you may think. This type of country bedding is perfect for cold weather, and will help keep you nice and toasty at night. Merino wool blankets are usually machine washable. Even though this type of bedding isn’t as thick as a quilt, it holds warmth much better.