Country living room pictures

Love country style? Browse our pick of the best country living room schemes and find out how to put your favourite country look together to create a welcoming and relaxing space to enjoy. If a country living room isn’t your thing, don’t miss our modern living rooms ideas and traditional living room ideas. Haven’t chosen a style? We have 100s of living room pictures to help you out.

  • Country purple living room with dusky walls and rustic furniture

    Dusky purple is perfect for giving large, light-filled spaces a more intimate feel. With white woodwork and ceilings, it won’t overwhelm. Choose pure white over creams for a fresher accent. The purple’s brown tones will bring out the rustic texture in wood furniture.

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    Buy now: Plum Brandy pure flat emulsion, £48.50 for 2.5ltrs, Paint & Paper Library
    Buy now: Ace concrete-topped coffee tale, £375, Loaf

  • Country living room decorated with game birds and leaf prints

    Decorating with game birds and leaf prints help to create an idyllic country setting for this living room. This traditional sofa has been given a fashionable update with a statement country print fabric. Walls are brought to life with illustrated leaf spray wallpaper. Layers of co-coordinating florals, checks and spots help to add an extra layer of country charm.

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    Buy now: Acanthus Wallpaper, £59 a roll, Designer’s Guild at John Lewis
    Buy now: Ilkley Sofa, £1,198, Joules for DFS

  • Cosy country living room with rocking chair and shelves of books

    Create a cosy book nook in the corner of a living room. Settle down with a good book while you gentle rock on a stylish rocking chair plumped with comfy cushions. This chilled spot is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of fine wine.

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    Buy now: H.Lis Rocking Chair, £825, Rose & Grey
    Buy now: Multistripe Blossom Cushion, £49, Melin Tregwynt

  • Eucalyptus green living room with Christmas tree and wooden coffee table

    Opt for a modern country chic look in your living room. Eucalyptus green is a classic country colour. Keep it trad with touches of brass and darker shades of green, or make it more contemporary by mixing in smart stripes, touches of teal and warm yellow.

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    Buy now: Card Room Green estate emulsion, £43.50 for 2.5L, Farrow & Ball at B&Q
    Buy now: Brighton rug, from £34.99, Modern Rugs

  • Country cabin living room with woodburning stove and cosy knits

    Create cosy cabin charm with chunky-knit layers on comfy seating. Match a neat sofa with a sleek turned-wood side table for a modern country take, then add pops of colour and texture with soft velvet accent cushions to draw the eye and appeal to the senses.

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    Buy now: Similar sofa, Descartes, from £690,
    Buy now: Ercol Originals coffee table, £545, Furniture Village

  • Neutral snug with fireplace and bohemian floor cushion

    Reindeer and sheepskin rugs, plus a bohemian floor cushion, create an eclectic scheme in this cosy snug. Perfectly designed for relaxed country living, this is the kind of room you could spend many an evening reading and chilling.

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    Buy now: leather armchair, Tetrad
    Buy now: cushion and floor cushion, Nadine Rose Interiors

  • Neutral country living room with antique clock

    Traditional spaces don’t have to conform to lots of styling rules – just check out this eclectic room, which combines sofas in different materials, antiques, quirky objects and cushions in a vast array of patterns. There may be a lot of variety, but the neutral base means it all works beautifully together.
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    Buy now: similar grey sofa,
    Buy now: similar rug, Wayfair

  • Country living room with exposed brick fireplace

    An exposed brick fireplace, log store and wooden beams lend this space a truly country feel. But it’s not all quite as rustic as you might expect. The upholstery and sofas have a very luxurious feel about them, and it’s definitely not the kind of country living room you would want dirty wellies tramping into.

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    Buy now: yellow chair, The Peanut Vendor
    Buy now: footstool and off-white sofa, Ashley Manor

  • Tent-like attic living room with sloped ceilings on both sides

    Thinking of converting your loft to get an extra bedroom? If you have the space, consider creating a suite of rooms including a bedroom, en suite and living room. Alternatively, if you have a landing or hall at the top of a staircase, why not turn that into a comfy seating area, rather than using it as a thoroughfare?

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    Buy now: sofas, Alexander & James

  • Country living room with pretty pink prints

    Soft pastels and pretty pink prints sit comfortably against the warm neutrals in this living room. The wallpaper features a delicate pattern and is paired with other designs in similar colours for a cohesive look.

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    Buy now: wallpaper, Cabbages & Roses
    Buy now: similar sofa,

  • Rustic den with exposed brick walls and concrete floor

    Keep surfaces simple to create a striking look in a lounge area. Bare brick walls and concrete floors definitely give this room a rustic flavour, along with the piles of chopped logs. A rug in the centre of the seating area zones the space and adds a comforting feel underfoot.

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    Buy now: similar rattan chairs, Rattan Direct

  • Seating area with traditional armchairs and oversized clock

    This is a seating area at the end of the kitchen. Rather than a dining table, the space lends itself well to a lounge arrangement that’s all about the fireplace. It may not be the time of year for it, but in the winter, the wood burner really comes into its own. An oversized clock creates a further focal point.

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    Buy now: similar armchairs, Wayfair
    Buy now: similar woodburner, Stoves Are Us

  • Modern country living room with exposed brick wall

    The massive brick wall has a barnlike feel, even though the house is a new-build. As well as creating a rustic look, the brickwork contrasts wonderfully with the deep purple of the upholstery. Cream furniture acts as a highlighter, creating a perfectly balanced scheme.

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    Buy now: sideboard and French chair, Vintage Barn Interiors
    Buy now: Tall candlestick, Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair

  • Grey country living room with built-in log store

    Dark cladded grey walls create a Scandinavian feel that’s lightened with off-white sofas. Built in to the wall is a clever log store that is as decorative as it is practical. A wood-burning stove in the corner casts a warming glow over the space, which is especially lovely on cool spring evenings.

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    Buy now: round table and stag print, Vintage Barn Interiors
    Buy now: woodburner, Clearview Stoves at Country Stoves

  • Relaxed country living room with botanical wallpaper

    A room with ‘country house’ decor is the perfect home for a traditional leather sofa. Keep it classic with wool upholstered chairs, tartan and lots of natural wood for timeless chic. Masculine colours, patterns and accessories will stop this look from becoming twee. The branch-print paper adds subtle pattern without dominating the room.

    Morris & Co
    Footstool upholstery fabric

  • Characterful living room with large artwork

    Artworks speak volumes about your tastes, interests and preferences, and make a big impact in any scheme. The walls here have been painted in a pale shade of green, which is the ideal backdrop to this neutral print. Furniture has been kept similarly simple, but a variety of prints and patterns are dotted about to create a cosy feel.

    John Lewis

  • Cosy living room with folky prints

    Warm up your scheme with colour. Dark sky blues, fading reds and rustic neutrals add character and depth to a living room. Choose embroidered cushions and throws in updated country weaves or chunky knits for the ultimate in relaxed style.

    Parker Knoll
    Curtain fabric

  • Country living room with patterned rug

    Inject some colour into a neutral country living room with a large red patterned rug – it’s a classic look for a room of this style. The last thing you want to be concerned about in a country home is footprints on a cream carpet so a rug like this makes a practical choice, too.

    Similar rug
    My Rug Store
    Clearview at The Sack Store

  • Country living room with purple velvet armchair

    Paint country living room walls in an off-white yellow shade to create a neutral scheme that suits the style and period of your home. This tone is warmer than white, but still versatile enough for all manner of colours to be included in the scheme. Here, interest has been added with the purple velvet armchair, patterned ottoman and plush mixture of cushions.

    Similar paint
    Farrow & Ball
    Similar sofa

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