Living Room

5 Country living room pictures Ideas

5 Country living room pictures Ideas

Like country style? Explore our best family room schemes and find how to unite your favorite countries to create a friendly and relaxing space to enjoy. If the rural living room is not yours, don’t miss the idea of our modern living room and traditional living room. Haven’t chosen a style? We have 8 pictures of a living room to help you.

1. Barn conversion living room with stonewalls, vaulted ceilings and colourful sofas

Maintaining the beauty of the new structure, this living room has beautiful high vaulted ceilings and exposed stone walls. While the traditional architecture with a very modern style of eclectic furniture contrasts. Brightly colored mustard sofas and orange velvet sofas add a contemporary edge to the decor. The fine glass coffee table compensates for the traditional farmhouse-style enclosure and dining chairs.

The trendy rug paired with thick floral curtains and pillows helps make a style statement. The position of the carpet and sofa helps to cleverly determine the living room zone, away from the open kitchen.

2. Charming snug with woodbruning stove situated off an open-plan dining area

A comfortable living room not far from the dining room creates the best place to rest after dinner with drinks. This delightful sunny space has been painted at Manor House Gray by Farrow & Ball to provide a cool and calm aesthetic.

Chairs on both sides of the wood stove provide a friendly place to rest after mealtime, to let food down.

3. Modern coastal living room with exposed beams and white clapboard walls

Nobody says the coast is quite like when washing the wall boards. The living room combines appearance with beautiful wooden beams and a traditional open fireplace. Loose-striped furniture and driftwood accessories help to decorate the beach’s atmosphere even further.

4. Rustic coastal living room with natural linen sofa and reclaimed wooden furniture

For a softer look on a coastal style, get inspired by calcareous cliffs and shingle beaches. The key to emulating the appearance of a more remote beach is to embrace imperfections. From wood carved to the edges of jagged gravel shells. It feels textured and relaxed, with fine linen upholstery and whitened wood color.

5. Traditional country living room with rustic wooden floors and log burner

This living room has all the characteristics of a traditional rustic interior. From wood grains seen on real wood floors and exposed wood beams, to classic log burners. In contrast, the shape of a modern sofa adds contemporary excellence. Wooden sticks make ideal pots for displaying flower books and coffee tables.