Volume 8.

Sixteen English Country House Interiors

Here is our roundup of sixteen of the most stunning interiors in the English Country House style. Take a look and get inspired to add some classic British charm to your own interiors.

This chic living room by Salvesen Graham contrasts oriental details, such as the mirrored wardrobe, blue and white vases and sunburst mirror with more classical pieces like the grey sofa and regency style chairs.

An element of grandeur is added to this bedroom with a silk canopy over the four poster bed. Bold monochrome cushions add interest to the bedding.

The elegantly upholstery and smart cream curtains lend this space a refined quality.

In this elegant living room, the cushions and chaise longue pick up the green of the curtains.

This smart hallway shows symmetry really can improve an interior scheme - but that it is important not to go overboard. Mismatched rugs and colourful pottery add a bohemian touch to the space.

This sweet child’s bedroom features stripey red and white wallpaper and contains lots of bright, clashing patterns, making for a lively space.

Hot pink walls create a fun, playful mood in this otherwise fairly traditional living space.

This pretty room features atmospheric lighting and many shades of blue, creating an ethereal and dreamlike quality.

Details which you wouldn’t usually find in a bathroom - such as cushioned armchairs and a gilded bar cart - create a feeling of grandeur in this lovely washroom.

No country house kitchen would be complete without copper saucepans, an antique cabinet and an aga, of course.

Artfully mismatched frames look pretty and eclectic alongside the traditional cabinet in the corner of this cosy room.

Layers of books line the coffee table in this eclectic living space by Ben Pentreath. We particularly love the blend of colourful textiles and the framed map of London on the back wall.

The matching yellow walls and velvet sofa create a warm glow in this country house interior.

This traditional bedroom shows how sticking to a limited colour palette can often make a space more captivating.

This gorgeous living room is a lesson in the art of mismatching, as well as how when it comes to country house interiors, more is often more.

English Country House Picks
A pair of Victorian bamboo chairs.
Mid-century peach coloured decorative bottle with stopper.
Hand-Carved 1950s Toy Box, depicting scenes of an idyllic "boys own" childhood.
Large Uzbek long traditional hand-woven wool rug.
An English abstract oil on board in a well carved and painted frame.
Antique early 19th-century Italian empire circular centre table.
Four fine bohemian early 20th century cut crystal glasses.
A large Regency period fireplace in Italian Carrara marble.
A pair of French Louis XV style walnut armchairs.
A pair of Irish mirrors in the George III style.

The lovely nature inspired wallpaper in this bedroom contrasts brilliantly with the layers of Moroccan carpeting.