This holiday season, celebrate time-honored luxury and classic, refined decor with a sophisticated equestrian aesthetic. A foundation of neutrals makes room for festive layers of checks, plaids and stripes––the staples of a country Christmas.
A living room designed by Layla Palmer features a unique sofa table made from a repurposed window shutter. The fireplace is topped with a reclaimed wood mantel, while a sprinkling of candlesticks, houseplants and woven baskets softens the rustic elements.
The architect created a tall, grand space for the living room. Splashes of color in the furnishings and accessories work well with the neutral palette. The use of the reclaimed beams truly showed off the artistry of the builder, Ron. Knowing that the reclaimed beams would be a focal point, designer Kristina Crestin brought in a dark door and window sashes to add a bit more dimension.
A sage green beadboard ceiling adds texture to this room while drawing attention to the vaulted design. Blue antique shutters flank the TV for an interesting contrast and pop of color. The large sectional offers ample comfortable seating for lounging.
Cozy Country Living Room With Plaid and Floral Design
The secret to HGTV fan MrsWow's cheerful living room is using several shades and textures of orange and red layered on top of each other. The subdued wall color helps her vibrant country-style decor pop.