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 living room with wooden beams and inglenook

    Country living room with wooden beams and inglenook

    Give a classic country living room a relaxed look with sumptuous mismatched sofas in linen and velvet and colourful checked cushions. In this beautiful cottage the traditional wood beams have been lightened, walls painted in a chalky white and the carpet is a neutral shade for a bright modern country look.


    Sofas

    Sofa.com

    Cushions
    Oka

    Coffee table
    The Packhouse

  • Pink country living room with ethnic accents

    Pink country living room with ethnic accents

    Offering a new take on modern country style, this living room uses relaxed prints and smart graphic cushions to dress up neutral sofas. The soft pink hue creates a soothing backdrop for the ethnic patterns, and highlight the multitude of natural textures in the space.

    Paint
    Zoffany

    Sofa
    Multiyork

    Kelim cushion
    John Lewis

  • Rustic living area with laid back decor

    Rustic living area with laid back decor

    Warm up rustic tiles and bare stone walls with soft touches and classically patterned soft furnishings. This chalky pink and white striped rug contrasts well against the bolder circular designs of the rattan chairs, table and floor light, while the clean lines of the metal frames keep the overall look light.

    Similar nesting tables
    Oliver Bonas

    Rattan Chairs
    The Conran Shop

  • Modern country living room with a statement sofa

    Modern country living room with a statement sofa

    Give a country living room a contemporary feel with a statement sofa. Team an oversized plaid print with brightly coloured cushions to jazz up a classic colour scheme. Chunky rustic wood features keep a country feeling and make a nice contrast to the soft furnishings.

    Sofa
    Sofa.com

    Cushions
    Oka

  • Country-style dining room with botanical wallpaper and fresh green colour palette

    Country-style dining room with botanical wallpaper and fresh green colour palette

    It’s easier to mix patterns when they are drawn from the same colour palette. Try experimenting with scale, combining florals and geometrics. A combination of smaller prints and larger motifs in shades of mint, jade and lime have an uplifting effect.

    Sofa
    William Yeoward
    Wallpaper
    Rousseau wallpaper at Cole & Son

  • Regency country cottage living room with exposed beams

    Regency country cottage living room with exposed beams

    With a feature as striking as these exposed wooden beams, you may want to keep the rest of the living room decor subdued. Subtle pinks, heathers and creams draw out the earthy tones of the wood, while carved furniture – such as the Regency armchair and over-mantel mirror – add an elegant finish. A gentle and sophisticated country scheme.

    Mirror and chair
    JoJo’s Interiors

    Wallpaper
    Laura Ashley
     

  • Fifties-style living room with statement artwork

    Fifties-style living room with statement artwork

    Take inspiration from mid-century living rooms with free-standing storage units and curvaceous, low-level seating in soft natural hues. Use rich wood to accent the lightly coloured upholstery and soft furnishings, glossy glass finishes to add highlights, then complete the look with a bold piece of modern art. The dark shades of this piece add depth and ground the lightness of the living space.


    Similar sideboard

    The Old Cinema

    Painting
    Derrick Greaves at Goldmark Gallery

  • Vintage country living room with kitsch display

    Vintage country living room with kitsch display

    There’s something simultaneously cosy and cool about the combination of a tan leather sofa, dark wooden floors and girly ditsy floral accessories. Complete the lived-in modern vintage look by hanging a selection of junk-shop paintings in gilt frames on a white-painted wall. Fresh as a (modern-country) daisy.

    Sofa
    DFS

    Similar cushions
    Cath Kidston

  • White country-style living room with floral soft furnishings

    White country-style living room with floral soft furnishings

    Build in large areas of plain white and avoid the temptation to match cushions, curtains and carpet, or you’ll end up re-creating the chintz-heavy style of the Eighties. This look has been kept contemporary by choosing furniture that makes a feature of simple lines and hits of burnished gold.

    Coffee table
    Graham and Green

    Bookcase
    Ikea

    Sofa
    Sofa Workshop

  • Pretty garden room with botanical print fabrics and potted plants

    Pretty garden room with botanical print fabrics and potted plants

    Greens are naturally calming and soothing and are the perfect choice for a room overlooking the garden. Combine botanical florals, leaf prints and subtle stripes for a look that is at home with a selection of potted hydrangea and all-round garden views.

    Chairs
    Pimpernel & Partners

    Table
    Petersham Nurseries

  • Colourful living room with summery shades

    Colourful living room with summery shades

    Add instant va va voom to your living room with a vibrant floral blind and mismatched cushions scattered on a buttery yellow sofa. A multicoloured rug and mantel accessories repeat the story at floor and wall level. Rustic wood occasional furniture and sisal flooring add natural texture while plenty of fresh-cut flowers create an upbeat and summery finish.

    Sofa
    Arlo and Jacob

    Rug
    Dash and Albert

  • Country living room with cloakroom mirror and dresser

    Country living room with cloakroom mirror and dresser

    Plain white walls and shabby-chic accessories add texture and dashes of colour to give this space a fresh feel. Solid wooden pieces of furniture, like the armoire and dresser, will stand the test of time. Mix either one statement piece, such as a cabinet or storage trunk, or a few smaller accessories into your existing scheme to transform your room.

    Similar mirror
    The French Bedroom Company

    Similar dresserLaura Ashley

  • Country living room with antique dresser and twin lamps

    Country living room with antique dresser and twin lamps

    A neutral backdrop makes way for various refined antique pieces to take centre stage, creating a unified and comfortable living room corner. Twin table-lamps stand proudly on top of a decorative and distinguished chest of drawers, while a well-loved leather armchair (positioned at a relaxed angle) is cosy and inviting. Full-length muted green curtains soften the age-old look.

    Similar chest of drawers
    Lovely Tradings at Etsy

    Similar armchairMaisons Du Monde

  • Neutral living room with country-style accents

    Neutral living room with country-style accents

    A rich velvety sofa at the centre of this living room creates a sophisticated but welcoming atmosphere. Heather- and stone-toned tartan accents, as well as painted wooden furniture, bring a touch of modern country style to a family space.

    Similar sofa

    Sofa.com

    Similar cushionsTerrys Fabrics

  • Period-style living room with wooden beams and brick fireplace

    Period-style living room with wooden beams and brick fireplace

    A period-style fireplace and honey-coloured beams add traditional charm. Channel the rustic vibe with lots of homely touches, such as these striking oak-felled wooden beams and original brickwork fireplace. This room has been kept calm and simple so as not to distract from the house’s original features.


    Sofas and chairs

    Duresta at Hoopers

    Coffee table
    Harrods

  • Yellow living room with pretty floral prints and armchair

    Yellow living room with pretty floral prints and armchair

    Break up a harvest-toned palette with pretty floral prints to give your room a delicate summery feel. Team your yellow with equally pigmented purple – try primrose and heather or sherbert and lilac. Shades of green taken from nature, such as sage, olive, grass and apple add fresh appeal.

    Verdure Yellow Marble paint
    Mylands of London

    Armchair
    Graham and Green

    Coffee table and side table
    SCP

    Lamp
    Loaf

  • Primrose yellow living room with pared-back furniture

    Primrose yellow living room with pared-back furniture

    Go for a brighter tone to add a burst of colour in a dark space, or use a gentler one in a room with lots of natural light. Choose pared-back furniture in soft, neutral shades to balance out a bold feature wall. Duck-egg blue and heather accents look smart and create definition.

    Verdure Yellow Marble paint
    Mylands of London

    Coffee table and side table
    SCP

    Lamp
    Loaf

  • Shabby-chic living room with floral curtains and patterned cushions

    Shabby-chic living room with floral curtains and patterned cushions

    Bring the garden indoors. Use dashes of decorative pattern in pinks, soft greys and pretty blues to add cheer to white walls. Choose curtains in modern vintage florals and a sofa with a simple shape for a clean, upbeat feel.


    Curtains and sofa

    Sofa.com

    Cushions
    House of Fraser

    Coffee table
    Barker & Stonehouse

  • Country living room with indigo sofa and centrepiece coffee table

    Country living room with indigo sofa and centrepiece coffee table

    Spruce up a country living room with lime and blue. This light yet warm and cosy living room with its woodburning stove has been given a little floral zing with a refreshing Roman blind and matching cushions. Under the blind a deep blue sofa makes a striking contrast. Eclectic wooden furniture adds personality and interest to the country look.

    Similar blindLaura Ashley


    Similar sofa
    Made

  • Country living room with exposed brick wall

    Country living room with exposed brick wall

    A neutral backdrop and seating do not distract from the elegant exposed brick chimney in this comfortable country living room. The charming focal point is framed by windows on both sides so light floods the well laid-out space. Subtle colour is introduced with a selection of co-ordinated cushions and traditional-style rug.
     
    Sofas
    Terad

    Similar rugJohn Lewis

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