A living room decorated in a country theme can be warm and inviting. You don't need to live out in the sticks to benefit from a roaring log fire, rustic furniture and nature based decor.
Country themed living rooms can be cost effective to produce, while being fun to design and put together. Gathering country cottage style furniture and decorations is a rewarding project.
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This sunroom turned kid space is perfectly equipped for endless days of fun A small table in the center of the room can be used as a spot to play games and make crafts. A row of store bought cubbyhole shelves below one wall of windows offers plenty of storage space for kid friendly activities without interrupting the views to the outside.
This neutral living space looks anything but boring thanks to accessories featuring a blend of natural fibers and textures. A woven area rug adds warmth underfoot, while the rough cut stone fireplace surround adds contrast to white beaded-board walls.
Against a backdrop of imperfect plank siding walls and doorways outfitted with sliding barn doors, furnishings with more refined fabrics and finishes let comfort coexist with current design to create an everyday living room.
Amidst vintage wingback chairs and antique European accessories, a wicker crate mounted on wheels and repurposed as a charming coffee table reinforces that this is still the living room of a young, active family where casual elegance presides.
A comfortable sofa with an attached chaise lounge offers the perfect solution for incorporating plentiful seating in this small farmhouse family room with generous windows. Beamed ceilings and a burlap covered and antique wire light fixture keep in step with the room's farmhouse aesthetic.
A blend of character filled antiques, charming flea market finds, and everyday basics outfits this comfortable living room with French flair.
Grounded by reclaimed French terra cotta floor tiles and crowned by rustic beams, this sitting area exudes a gathered over time sensibility. The daybed is bracketed by newly built side rails that have been antiqued; the side chair is slipcovered in Belgian linen.
Small homes require a bit of creative thinking when it comes to carving out space. In this tiny living room, the homeowners created an office area by outfitting an unused closet with a built in desk and shelving. Concealing the workspace for visitors is as simple as closing the closet doors.
A rug defines the seating area in the living room, which is tightly drawn together for easy conversation.
Offset the mellow stone walls and warm brick of a country inglenook fireplace with a cool Scandinavian colour palette of off-whites and blues. The antique Chesterfield sofa is covered in vintage Hungarian grain sacks.
Give your living room a taste of the good life with farmyard-inspired furnishings. Look out for animal-motif fabrics, put up pictures of your favourite pig breeds and pick up on the retro angle with a polka-dot throw and striped rug.