Country House Bedroom with Canopy Bed

31st January 2022

We really enjoyed working on this project with our client, the vaulted ceilings of this country house bedroom gave us the ideal space for creating the bespoke canopy for their bed. Further interest is added to the soft colour palette through the use of multiple prints, trimmings and textures. Read on to see how you can create this look.

Traditional Canopy Bed Traditional Canopy Bed

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Canopy and Curtains

The bespoke canopy combining the intricate Burford Embroidery with the charming Carreaux check lining makes a striking focal point in this country house bedroom. 

Using a heavy weight linen in cream for the curtains creates a drape that mirrors that of the canopy. Edging both in the same blue tassel fringe further ties these two fabrics together. 

Wallpaper and Stool

Hanging the Brera Grasscloth on both the walls and ceiling has created a bold backdrop for this traditional bedroom without stealing focus from the canopy bed.

We used the Caldecote fabric on both the buttoned ottoman and bolster bed cushions to further the soft blue colour scheme in this Country House Bedroom.


The Bedwyn lampshades with their trellis design subtley echo the canopies gingham lining and work perfectly atop a traditional lamp such as this Amelia Antique in handblown glass. 

A sumptuously soft tan throw on the bed is both practical and chic, reflecting the colours in the canopy to tie the room together and soften the crisp, white bed linen. 

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