ID Practice: Wells & Fox Architectural Interiors

American Country Bedroom is our inspiration for the today’s post.
Wells & Fox Architectural Interiors did a great job creating this comfortable living space.
If you are from those who like a bit of country style, then I will share with you my ideas how to create similar design at your own house.


Feel free to visit the designer’s site to find more designs from their beautiful portfolio:

American Country Bedroom

American Country Bedroom

Prints in the Bedroom

As you can see the square print is all over the room: blue on the chairs, red on the carpet, green on the walls.

The prints are great for creating comfortable touch. The chair that I found is not like on the image, but it can be used to create the design full of prints.

You may choose stripes or flowers or anything you want to have special atmosphere at home.

Ladies like flowers while men’s room would better look with straight lines.

I usually decorate one wall in print, or change textile to something bright: bed sheets, pillows or curtains.

Antique Furniture

Flea markets are ideal to find such piece of history.

Usually it needs refinishing, but it is very fun to diy “before and after”.

White furniture will also look great here, but carved wood looks so natural here.

White Wall Lighting

It’s the simplest part in decorating country style.

There are so many colors and prints in the bedroom that the lighting should be simple and white is ideal here.


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