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 living room with patchwork chair
A fireside chair is updated with the use of patchwork prints of bright stripes, velvets and florals. Similar colours used in the floral rug continue the warm feel of the 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 from Ditton Hall and is complemented by a wooden coffee table from Willis & Gambier.
This intimate living scheme uses space-creating ideas and a fresh spring shade on one wall to lift the whole room. Create the illusion of more space by painting the inside of shelving the same shade, swap a large coffee table for a nest of tables and move sofas and chairs away from walls to free up space for adaptable modular shelving.
Chandeliers with delicately-curved wrought-iron arms form striking silhouettes. This leaf design by The Lighting Agency is painted in a subtle shade to provide soft colour as well as form. Hang one low over a side table as a dramatic alternative to a table lamp.
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.
Give sitting rooms a relaxed feel by combining fabrics and finishes. Contrast woven fabrics and wool with linen and leather. Create a feeling of comfort by layering throws and cushions in mustard, chocolate and mulberry.
Create a focal point in your living room or dining room with an eye-catching feature. This fireplace has been updated with bold wallpaper in the alcoves, smart picture frames hung above and a selection of sculptural vases.
Divide your room into two equal parts to create a living and dining area. Use the same carpet from Tintawn Carpets throughout, with cheerful polka dot wallpaper on a feature wall from Anna French, together with a patterned sofa and armchairs. In the dining area an ideal area has been created for a simple table and chairs.
Flowing forms of garden flowers can look striking on fabrics as well as rugs and carpets. They’re best used on furnishings with a neutral background to make the most of an elegant design. Team with painted furniture in ivory shades with natural linen upholstery and a room painted in quiet, neutral shades of stone.
Choose lilac as the base for your living room to create a relaxing atmosphere with a touch of coolness. Lilac works well with gingham upholstery to create a fresh feel and then use toning fabrics and ribbons to bring the scheme together.
This bold, colourful sofa really is the main focal point of this room. Teaming its bright fabric with other patterns around the room is a great idea. Pale neutral colour on the walls ensures the furniture stands out without being overpowering.
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.
This beautiful country-style living room has a contemporary feel, with sofas and a footstool that are both comfortable and modern. A striking green chair shakes the scheme up even more while the fun design of the rug brings the whole look together.