Farmhouse Cottage Bedroom Reveal & Tour!

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Rachel Stone

Hello everyone! Today is the cottage farmhouse bedroom reveal & you are invited to tour this newly remodeled & decorated guest bedroom! 

If you’ve been following along you will remember the Cottage Bedroom Remodel ~ now I’m thrilled to invite you in… many days & much work has passed since we started this project & it’s finally ready.

C’mon in!

In this bedroom the fantastic natural lighting & vintage feel of the artwork & furniture creates a homey cottage farmhouse feeling ~ exactly what we were going for!

The handmade tufted throw pillow is right at home along with the pinwheel quilt. The soft colors & vintage style perfectly compliment the headboard with it’s fresh, creamy coat of paint and “old” looking decoupage panels.

These gorgeous hand embroidered pillow cases were a wedding gift from a friend & look simply delicious with the colors in the headboard & quilt. Such a homey, cottage-y feel!

This prim antique watercolor of a frilly Gibson girl was discovered on a trip to the antique shop with my sister. Wonderful memories!

The lovely, dreamy painting Matt surprised me with one day has a new complimentary frame.

What’s cozier than tea & chocolate in bed?

Here is the “after” results of the black cherry bookcase we found on the side of the road ~ the back of the book case looks like ship-lap! This made a great furniture flip!

The artwork here was thrifted over the last couple years. This dainty little milk-glass lamp you will recognize from the milk-glass decor post ~ it was thrifted as well. Just the perfect sweet place to put your jewelry!

The pretty little jadeite pedestal dish was my Christmas gift from Matt this year. It adds a lovely dash of vintage-y green, plus it holds strawberry bon-bons & chocolates for any guests…

Next you’ll see the tall milk-glass lamp discovered when thrifting one day ~ this may be one of my favorite pieces! The hobnail globes are a fresh white color and somewhat quirky! 😉

A hand painted trinket dish, perfect for rings, a sweet little Cocker Spaniel, and an elegant English clock create a simple, useful vignette on the French Provincial dresser.

The main feature of the room, the vintage inspired cottage gallery wall provides interest, color, and holds special meaning.

As evening draws nigh LED candles create a warm, flickering glow.

I hope you’ve enjoyed your “stay” & will return again soon to our little English cottage. 

Thank you for stopping by & please feel free to share your favorite parts of this bedroom reveal in the comments below!

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Author: Rachel Stone
Rachel is passionate about creating a comfortable and beautiful home for her family. She also loves to share the lessons she is learning with her wonderful audience both on this blog and her YouTube channel.

23 thoughts on “Farmhouse Cottage Bedroom Reveal & Tour!”

  1. I love the bright, cheery, serine look of the room! I’m looking forward to the day when I can create my own sun shiny room!!!

    • Hello Miss Ilene!
      I’m glad you enjoyed the post & I’m sure your room makeover will be filled with cheer! Thanks for stopping by & leaving a comment. Have a lovely day!

    • Thank you Miss Teresa!
      That’s very kind of you! That’s the feeling we were hoping for! Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.

  2. What a beautiful, warm, and peaceful room! You did an amazing job. I love the mixture of old and familiar with fresh and whimsical. The video is restful and peaceful as well as well made. Love the use of Debussy for the background. It fit perfectly. Congratulations!!!

    • Good afternoon Miss Audrice!
      Thank you! From one vintage loving soul to another ~ adding “old” decor gives such character plus a feeling of warmth! So glad you enjoyed the video, I appreciate the feedback!

  3. Love how welcoming and cheerful the room is! The bright feel of it my favorite. You have done an excellent job making your guests feel very welcome in that beautiful room. I can’t wait until I have enough rooms someday to have a guest room. I’m sure I’ll be asking you tips on decorating!

    • Hi Annie!
      The warm & welcoming feeling is exactly what we were hoping for ~ thanks for the kind comments!
      I’d love to help any way I can ~ I’m sure your spaces will be very inviting!

    • Hello Miss Lenda!
      Thank you! Such a fun way to spend an afternoon ~ I’d love to join you! Thanks for stopping by & have a lovely morning!

  4. Your guest bedroom is so cozy and inviting. I want to curl up and read a book in it, drink hot tea, and enjoy the chocolate 😉 Love how you use thrift store items to decorate the lovely space, I would have never guessed the decor was thrifted.

    • Hello Joanna!
      As you know from our thrifting excursions thrifted items can make such a difference! Thanks for stopping by & have a lovely day!
      Warmly, Rachel

  5. Such a sweet room Rachel! I love this it! It reminds me so much of the original nursery I did for all my babies (patchwork quilts, picket fence wainscoting, and Beatrix Potter murals on the wall). 💗

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