Find Your Interior Style - Living Spaces

What kind of interior style suits you best? Bright botanical or calming coastal? Simple Scandi or classic country? This week we're looking at living spaces to help you pick your own interior style.

 

The Scandinavian Home

Scandi

Whilst most of us won't get the impressive view that goes with this Scandi Style living room, you can still get the look with lots of natural fabrics, such as wool and sheep skin rugs, coupled with the natural textures and colours of wooden paneling.

 

Botanical Style

Industrial

We love the colours in the bare walls in this industrial style living room, just going to show that you don't need to paint to add colour to a room. The quirky light adds to the industrial effect, while the plants bring some life to the room to balance it out and make it feel more homely.

 

Coastal Living

Coastal

Again, a bright, white room for this coastal style living space, with subtle little nods to the sea like the model sailboat in the corner, or the blue and white striped pillow on the sofa. The colours brought into the room are all natural and reflect the colours you would find on the seaside.

 

Botanical Style

Botanical

Going botanical style doesn't always have to mean going green! While this living space has lots of green plants, the vibrant blue wall provides a striking backdrop, creating a very tropical, colourful vibe.

 

Perfect English Cottage

Country

The exposed wooden beams, roaring fire and cosy, comfortable furniture make this a classic country living room. While this picture is of a very traditional country cottage, you can modernize it with brighter colours and less contrasting patterns, as long as you keep the comfy, homely vibe that a country interior needs!

 

You can find more interior inspiration for your favourite style in our great interior titles (listed in order):

The Scandinavian Home by Niki Brantmark, photography by James Gardiner

Botanical Style by Selina Lake, photography by Rachel Whiting (plus image 4)

Coastal Living by Henrietta Heald, photograph by Rachel Whiting

Perfect English Cottage by Ros Byam Shaw, photography by Jan Baldwin

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