Saturday, January 11, 2014

Collection of Country Living Room Styles



Floral living room
Boldly illustrated, floral designs have been used on the curtains, cushions, rugs and fabrics - perfect for rooms with a garden aspect.


Spring-like country living room
Checks, florals and botanical prints sit happily together here, linked with a common colour theme of yellows and greens. 


Colourful living room
Block printed linens with traditional blooms give this living room a timeless country-house feel.


Bohemian living room
A bold, Bohemian-style sofa with deep-seated occasional chairs and a dramatic damask rug create the laid-back luxury of a hotel drawing room. 


Cottage living room
A cosy shaggy rug is perfect for this country-cottage style living room. A low coffee table and cushions are perfect for sitting around with friends and family. A grey sofa is updated with shimmering cushions, while a black bookcase is ideal for keeping books and accessories on display.


Original features
Cream walls draw attention to the original features such as the wooden beams. Coloured accessories give the room warmth and tie the look together.


Living room with open fireplace
A large open fireplace, with exposed brick and stove fire, gives this living room an authentic country feel. Warm colours add to the period atmosphere. 


Nordic-style living room
A leaf, striped wallpaper and paint details, along with mouldings in apple green, add touches of Nordic style to this living room. A pretty painted Gustavian bench filled with beautifully designed fabric cushions completes the look.




Country living room lamp
Offcuts of wallpaper have been used here to spruce up this lampshade. The tweed design is perfect for a country living room.



Natural living room
Warm browns and natural greens give this living room a rustic, natural feel. Statement wallpaper pulls the look together.


Modern country living room
Zesty lime and bright pink accents give this country-style living room a modern update that contrasts well with stone flooring and wooden beams. The wooden coffee table has a handy shelf for books and magazines, while the wicker storage unit clears outstanding living room clutter. A cream sofa is teamed with a leather one creating an interesting mix of old and new. 




Relaxing living room
Use painterly fabrics in the latest shades for curtains. Team with homespun-style accessories for an easy-to-live-with and relaxing living room.




Pretty country setting
Keep small sitting rooms fresh and modern with a mixture of compact and nostalgic country style furniture. Cover a sofa with patchwork and add a striped footstool to keep the look authentic.




Country living room with beams
The velvet blue sofa brings instant warmth and a modern twist to this country living room. The pastel rug softens the wooden floor and beams.


Quirky country living room
Keep the key pieces traditional, with a brown leather sofa, wood-burning stove and mix of ticking stripes and checks, but add a note of fun with unexpected details – this bird-print wallpaper and mismatched clock display are real talking points.




Light living room
Open up a gloomy room with a light, airy colour. A pale shade of pink or lilac really make the room feel spacious, mixed with a neutral coloured sofa and armchair. The pink throw is complemented by a wooden coffee table. 




Floral living room
Add character to a room by using a floral pattern. Use as a main detail of the room on a sofa from Sofa Workshop, mixed with chalky-pink curtains. Or add floral pattern through accessories like a vase, cushions or picture.




Living room corner
Soften the edges of a newly-decorated interior by adding architectural elements, providing texture, character and interest. 


Living room with pretty window seat
Create a useful corner out of dead space by building a window seat into the recess of a bay window. Then use floral fabrics and scatter cushions to turn it into a pretty space to relax in.


Cosy living room
Wicker furniture and accessories teamed with checked fabric and set against white brick walls lend a cosy and relaxed feel to this living room.




 Homely country living room
The armchair adds a warm, inviting feel to the neutral palette of this living room. The brick fireplace is a beautiful focal feature and works perfectly to add interest to the room along with sweet accessories such as the floral cushion. 


Crafty living room
If you're a hands on person who likes a space to get creative, make your living room a craft lovers' paradiase. Surround yourself with soft furnishings to make the space as comfortable to work in as possible. A work table by the window is a must. Keep brushes and craft materials organised in recycled pots and egg baskets arranged on a painted dresser.




Country cottage
A cream stove creates the perfect centre piece for a warm country living room. Decorative plates make a charming display, drawing attention to the fire. 


Italian-inspired living room
Combine warm, rustic tones for a living room that's full of modern Italian charm. It should feel elegant yet comfortable, so team woven furniture in a rich brown with a chunky wooden table. Complement with decorative fabrics and rugs in more colours reminiscent of the country landscape.


Modern folk living room
A blissful mix of tempting cherry red and cool chalk white gives this living room a cheerful, fresh look. Get the laid-back feel in your living room with a backdrop of white walls and voile curtains, Add natural seagrass flooring and warm wooden furniture. Complete the look with informal upholstery – team a plain neutral sofa with armchairs in different patterns for a casual feel. 




Plantation-style living room
Relaxed and elegant, this living room mixes classic teak furniture with more modern pieces, and softens the look with rattan, pale furnishings and subtle textures, all of which create a calming Plantation-style feel.




Farmhouse living room
Make the most of a room with low-ceilings by opting for a lighter shade on the walls. In this living room, the pale walls go well with the dark brown hues of the beams and the leather sofas, which are softened with cushions in earthy tones. A trunk doubles up as a coffee table providing hidden storage for books and magazines.


Country florals living room
An oversized curtain print in fresh apple green starts off this modern take on a classic English-garden style living room. The green is continued in detailed accessories, yet is balanced with neutral upholstery. Picture galleries put up either side of the window add a sense of formal symmetry, and three matching plant pots with spring blooms create an attractive centrepiece on the coffee table.


Modern Highland-style living room
This elegant country living room contrasts bold tartan curtains with a soft aqua-checked sofa. A matching picture frame complements the modern fireplace perfectly and creates an unusual focal point to the room. Keep the furniture simple with chunky wooden tables in natural finishes.




Neutral living room
This large and spacious family living room has an enviably large sofa to close it off from the hustle and bustle of the kitchen area. Wooden accents give it a country feel, while neutral tones keep it feeling light.


Country living room
Decorative gold curtains highlight timber-framed windows, adding shimmer to a neutral country living room. Lime-plastered walls are painted in Caravanserai by Ecos Organic Paints. The armchair, covered in Abbey Trellis fabric and set between an old wood burner and a bookcase, is the perfect place for reading.


Classic living room
Neutral stone against white works well with florals, checks and stripes, as illustrated here by the wooden Sasha Waddell sofa, and Abbott & Boyd curtains. The patterns sit comfortably together and create a co-ordinated look. A footstool covered in smart striped fabric from Brunschwig & Fils doubles as a coffee table.


New country living room
This smart yet relaxed room is the spirit of 'new country' – clean and sharp, offset with soft shades. White woodwork and walls and pale Linwood Fabrics blinds give light, blues and stones provide colour. A floral fabric screen and polished JVB wood tables are focal points. Blue glass ornaments, cushions, throws and flowers provide colour. 


Country living room
A mix of floral and checks in reds and blues work well together to bring a modern, country style to your living room. Combine checked curtains with a floral blind, and add a patterned throw and floral print cushions to the Cargo HomeShop sofa.


Create a cosy reading spot
Revamp a window and wasted wall space by adapting a low level storage unit into a window seat, with a few cushions. The shelves underneath are a great spot for books, while an elegant blind and matching tables turns a dull window into the perfect reading place.


Ice white living room
Shades of white mixed with metallic and wooden accessories create a magical feel. Large glass jars used as candle holders offer an interesting display and add warmth.


Classic living room
Duck-egg blue is a calming colour for the walls, against an oatmeal coloured sofa and coffee table  Choose a neutral blind and curtains, to create a natural finish to the room. Accessorise with cushions and freshly cut flowers on the side table. 


Natural living room
This room has a neutral colour scheme with cream walls and pale flooring, combined with a rich leather sofa and armchair. 


Country living room
Go for a country style in your living room with cream walls and curtains with a matching neutral coloured sofa. Add colour with floral cushions. Complete the look with a natural wood coffee table, narrow sideboard and mirror.


Family living room
Choose a relaxed, practical room to cope with an active family. The striped wallpaper which is perfect for sticky hands. This perfectly complements the sky-blue sofa and floral embossed armchair. The ivory painted cabinet and coffee table are great for much needed storage space and the maple flooring from Pergo, finishes off the practical, stylish room.


Homely living room
Create a multi-purpose room that includes a living/dining and study. The table and chairs from Furniture Village, provide a neat dining area. Bright floral curtains and cushions from Harlequin contrast the neutral sofa, and simple storage has been created with wall shelving and storage boxes in coordinated colours.


Cottage living room
Neutral walls, flooring and furniture open out this small cottage living room and make a feature of the fireplace with its burnt-wood mantel. The linear shape of the room is broken up with the use of goat-hair cushions and full-length linen curtains.


Living room space
To create a feeling of space in your living room, try painting bands of colour to add width. Choose accessories that match the yellow walls, with floral cushion fabric. The rattan cube , contrasts well with the sunny colour, along with the striped rug.


Living room style
Allow light to flood into your room with floral roman blinds. Position the linen sofa from Sofa Workshop, against the window for extra light. The red and patterned cushions, add a lively detail and the striking wallpaper on a feature wall, adds a stylish twist to the sleek design.


French-style living room
Farrow & Ball-painted walls are a backdrop for a blue sofa with Jane Churchill covers and a blue cabinet lined with antique fabric. A limed coffee table displays flowers, books and carved decorative balls. A blue gingham lampshade, striped French armchairs and floral cushions add pattern contrast. Tulips, a Designers Guild hot pink cushion and a chandelier add glamour.



Relaxed country living room
Warm beige walls and an oatmeal carpet create a versatile backdrop for varied texture such as sheepskin, chunky knits, felts and fine weaves. Quirky wall art, sconces and ornaments give the look a quintessentially British, nostalgic feel.



Warm living room
Amber colours add warmth and style to a living room. Here, burnt-orange curtain fabric is mixed with a matching colour on the chimney breast. The colonial-style Multiyork table and chairs work well with the contemporary sofa.

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