Country houses are usually the perfect place to spend a vacation or a weekend away from the bustle of the city and to forget about everyday problems, isn’t it? So, to help you plan a relaxing home with everything you need, we have different models to inspire you.

Country house decoration

It is a fact that to decorate any type of environment, such as living room decoration, for example, the personality of the residents must be the main style, however when it comes to country houses there are two factors that are characteristic of the decoration: the furniture and the plants.

Furniture

The perfect furniture for a country house is that made of wood and decorative items of clay or ceramics. As a result, the place will be even more connected with nature and the decor colors will be turned to earthy tones.

Image 1: This house has a table the same color as the highlighted wall.

Kitchen with white furniture, except the wooden table.

Image 2: Leather sofas are characteristic of old houses and in cold places.

Living room with leather sofa and armchair and wooden coffee table.

Image 3: House with rustic table and cabinet.

Dining room with three suspended lamps.

Image 4: On the other hand, this country house has a fireplace with stone cladding.

Living room with stone fireplace.

Image 5: This room has little furniture so that attention is focused on the balcony.

Double bedroom with balcony.

Image 6: Combining wooden furniture is also an excellent decorative option.

Bedroom with stone wall.

Image 7: In this kitchen there is a rustic table with wooden chairs.

Kitchen with tablet wall.

Image 8: On the other hand, this entire kitchen is made up of custom-made wooden cabinets.

House with cabinet matching the table.

Image 9: This kitchen has the classic decor of a country house where the items are mostly displayed.

Kitchen with matching light utensils.

Image 10: As in the previous example, this kitchen has cabinets but the utensils are exposed for easy access.

Simple and organized kitchen.

Image 11: This modern style bathroom has natural finishes in its composition, such as wood, for example.

Bathroom with plant and wooden cabinet.

Image 12: In this example, the sink is made of solid wood and the tub is ceramic.

Bathroom with natural finish furniture.

Plants

It is almost obvious that a country house is already surrounded by abundant vegetation and that it is not necessary to invest much in this decorative item. On the other hand, it is very important to know how to take advantage of this natural wealth to serve as decoration in the house, such as highlighting a tree or making an entrance that is a path through the natural garden.

Image 13: This house has large potted plants and vine in the column.

House with garden, potted plants and climbing plant on the column.

Image 14: On the other hand, this entrance uses the environment’s own natural resources with the addition of some plants under the stairs.

Wooden floor with coconut tree at the entrance.

Image 15: Creating a stone path through the trees will make the entrance cozier.

House facade with grass.

Image 16: This house was adapted to house a tree without cutting it down.

Kitchen with tree in the room.

Image 17: As in the previous example, there was an adaptation on the balcony.

Balcony with shelves for plants.

Image 18: On the other hand, this country house has a space with hanging plants.

Balcony with white sofa and hanging plants.

Image 19: It is possible to unite different styles of potted plants in a harmonious way.

Balcony with different potted plants.

Image 20: Taking proper care, it is also possible to place plants as decoration in the room.

Room decorated with plants.

Image 21: This house has an open area in the middle of the house with lots of potted plants.

Open area in the middle of the house.

Image 22: Placing plants in the kitchen will give a delicate and fresh air to the room.

Simple kitchen with gray cabinets and stools.

Picture 23: This country house has a large tree in the middle of the room.

House built around a tree.

Image 24: On the other hand, these villagers created a table around the tree.

Table around a tree.

Large environments

Another striking feature of country houses is the spaciousness of the rooms. As it is the place where families gather for a closer relationship, it is important that the spaces are wide so that everyone can be together, even if in different rooms, such as in integrated areas, for example.

Picture 25: This country house has a large living room with glass walls.

Living room overlooking the outdoor area and white and brown furniture.

Image 26: On the other hand, this example shows the living room, dining room and kitchen integrated.

Spacious living room.

Image 27: A large kitchen can house a large island with stools.

American kitchen with large island.

Image 28: Joining the dining room with the living room is the ideal integration option.

House with integrated dining and living room.

Picture 29: This old kitchen has the sofa and the wood stove as room dividers.

Walk with all rooms integrated.

Image 30: The best option for placing furniture in large spaces is to make them to measure.

Large kitchen with custom cabinet.

Image 31: This kitchen has a table and island.

Large kitchen with green walls.

Image 32: It is also worth hanging utensils for easier access.

Kitchen with stove and wood oven.

Image 33: A country house should have enough space for visitors.

Room with three equal beds.

Image 34: As a result, everyone can sleep in the same room.

White and blue bedroom with many beds.

Image 35: A large bathroom also offers comfort in the cottage.

Rustic bathroom with mirror and basket.

Image 36: As in the previous example, this large bathroom has woody details.

Bathroom with glass ceiling and whirlpool.

Country house facades

There is a saying that the first impression is the last, therefore, the facade of the house must be chosen carefully to give the right impression about the style of decoration of the house and also the personality of the residents. First, you have to choose between two styles that are most characteristic of country houses: modern or rustic.

Modern

A modern country house does not necessarily mean that it has futuristic architecture, although this is also a very striking feature of the model. To simplify the explanation, it is possible, for example, to make the structure of a classic chalet but with a modern coating that allows for a glass façade.

Picture 37: This country house has a porch on the facade.

Cottage with porch and reclined roof.

Image 38: A country house does not necessarily have to have only one floor.

Modern wooden house.

Image 39: On the other hand, placing decking around the house is a rustic that joins the modern.

Simple house with wooden deck.

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Image 40: Colors are also important to define the style of the country house.

Home with infinity pool.

Image 41: On the other hand, classic black and white is also an option for the modern home.

One floor is black and the other is white.

Image 42: The reclining ceiling is a trend increasingly used to provide modernity.

Large modern white house with wood details.

Image 43: As in the previous example, this house also has a reclined roof.

Modern townhouse with balconies.

Picture 44: This country house is a chalet in the modern style.

Modern chalet with large glass area.

Image 45: On the other hand, the rectangular model is a growing trend in country houses.

House with glass facade.

Image 46: Small country houses can also be modern.

Dark property in the middle of the forest.

Image 47: The open house model is modern and cozy.

White house with neutral colored furniture.

Image 48: Despite the wood cladding, this country house has modern architecture.

Wooden house with stone path on grass.

Rustic country houses

When it comes to country houses, the rustic model can be present in several models, such as the facades covered with thick stones, wood or an older style aimed at the classic.

Picture 49: This country house has a classic style with wooden details.

White country house with pebbles around.

Image 50: Most of the rustic country houses are single story.

Country house with wood and stone details.

Image 51: In this case, the rustic is in the external covering made of stones.

Stone house with hammocks on the porch.

Image 52: On the other hand, exposed bricks are also widely used options to express the rustic style.

View brick country house.

Image 53: This house has the entire upper floor made of wood.

White and brown country house.

Image 54: The rustic style is usually represented by columns made of wood and exposed.

Country house with round swimming pool.

Image 55: The stone house shows the rustic in its own covering.

House with dining table on the lawn.

Image 56: This facade, in addition to the wall highlighted with stones, also has rustic details around the windows.

Cottage with stone cladding.

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Image 57: On the other hand, this country house is of an old classic style.

Classic townhouse with porches and lawn.

Image 58: The wooden houses are built on a kind of deck.

Wooden country house with white windows.

Image 59: A rustic country house can also be colored details.

Country house with blue doors and windows.

Image 60: This country house, in addition to being made of wood, also has rustic furniture.

Wooden country house.

Cottages with verandas

To enjoy even more the contact with nature, a country house, in its majority, has a large terrace. This feature also allows you to admire the view, offer an open space for children to play, place a hammock or even a barbecue.

Picture 61: The porch of this country house is divided from the house by two features: the glass door and the curtain.

White country house with hammock on the porch.

Image 62: The balcony is the ideal place to put the covered barbecue and socialize with the guests.

Country house with leisure area and swimming pool.

Image 63: Sofas are a favorite furniture for the balcony to relax outdoors.

Balcony with matching furniture.

Image 64: On this balcony the chairs, stools and armchair combine.

Balcony with gourmet kitchen.

Image 65: This townhouse has a balcony on both the ground and first floor.

Country house with porch and lawn.

Image 66: The deck also ends up being a porch option in country houses.

Modern country house with wooden deck.

Image 67: In outdoor areas, it is worth abusing colors in decorative items.

Cottage porch with rustic sofas.

Picture 68: This small balcony has a fireplace that faces the table.

Country house with porch with fireplace.

Image 69: With planning, it is possible to bring together different styles of furniture in a harmonious way.

Rustic house with dining table on the porch.

Image 70: White furniture is perfect for open areas as they convey peace and tranquility.

Cottage porch with white furniture.

Image 71: In cases where the balcony is a little higher than the ground level, it is worth putting steps along its entire length.

Orange country house with porch.

Image 72: This country house has different types of hammocks on the porch.

Brown townhouse with hammocks on the porch.

Glass cottages

A more modern styling feature that is being used a lot in country houses is glass. As a result, it is possible to replace the walls that separate the interior of the house with the backyard or for a high view. This feature applies not only to joint areas such as the living room and kitchen, but also to the bedroom and even the bathroom, after all, who doesn’t relax taking a shower while contemplating nature?

Image 73: This living room has a high wall made of glass and wooden columns.

Country house living room in front of the pool.

Image 74: On the other hand, the glass can be perfectly combined with the wooden ceiling.

Modern living room with fireplace and glass walls.

Image 75: The rustic can also be joined to the glass.

Country house with fireplace.

Image 76: The glass provides a wide view to the outside.

Country house with integrated dining and living room.

Image 77: In addition, it also offers a greater luminosity to the room.

Country house with living room with windows.

Image 78: This way, the lamps need to be used only when there is no more natural light.

Balcony with dining table.

Image 79: There is the option to put glass even in the ceiling.

Two-story house with glass roof.

Image 80: Putting glass in the bedroom is also an excellent option.

Double bedroom in country house overlooking the sea.

Image 81: Can you imagine waking up looking at nature?

Room with balcony and glass walls.

Image 82: This entire country house has glass spaces.

Glass country house in the middle of the forest.

Image 83: This bathroom has a glass wall next to the shower stall.

Bathroom box next to a glass wall.

Image 84: On the other hand, the example shows the bathroom sink facing the glass.

Glass cottage bathroom.

Cottages with lawn

You already know that plants are indispensable items in the decoration of a country house, don’t you? So how about using the treeless space to cultivate a lawn that, in addition to being beautiful, will be a perfect space for walking barefoot, playing with the children and even taking a vitamin D in the late afternoon sun?

Image 85: This house has a simple lawn at the entrance.

Wooden country house with stone path at the entrance.

Image 86: On the other hand, this cottage has a lake in the middle of the grass.

Country house with lake, bridge and helicopter.

Image 87: The entrance through a lawn offers proximity to the field.

Cottage with lawn at the entrance.

Image 88: In addition to the lawn, there is also a plant enclosure around the house.

Two-story house with all glass room on the upper floor.

Image 89: This townhouse has a stone path through the grass.

Wooden floor.

Image 90: On the other hand, this country house also has potted plants.

Tall country house decorated with plants.

Image 91: However, it is very important that the grass is well cared for to keep it looking good.

Country house with white curtains.

Image 92: For the entrance of the car, you can place cement blocks.

Country house with garden and lawn.

Image 93: White stones stand out amidst the grass.

Country house with many glass doors.

Image 94: This country house has grass, garden and white stones.

Country house with lawn and garden on the facade.

Image 95: To decorate the sides of the stairs, this country house has gardens on different levels.

White house with lots of glass and staircase.

Image 96: The wooden steps match the naturalness of the grass.

Country house with wooden steps at the entrance.

Country houses with pool

On the hottest days of summer, when the whole family is gathered away from the club, the pool turns out to be the best option for cooling off. Being in an open area, finding a space that gets the sun most of the day is much easier. But on the other hand, if you prefer to cool off in the shade, just find a little corner among the trees.

Image 97: The residents of this country house have installed a parasol installed in a pool area.

Gray house with leisure area and swimming pool.

Image 98: This model of swimming pool resembles a river, which provides an even closer approach to the rural area.

Country house with porch with glass door and blue curtain.

Image 99: On the other hand, there is no shade in this pool.

Wood-frame house in front of the pool area

Image 100: Placing the pool where only one side is shaded makes it completely sunless for part of the day.

Country house with a large and a small pool.

Image 101: The perfect place to put the pool is in front of the balcony, so it is possible to keep an eye on the children while they are playing.

Country house with large terrace and swimming pool.

Picture 102: This country house used the available space to make a swimming pool and a leisure area.

Country house with leisure area, swimming pool and whirlpool.

Image 103: As in the previous example, the pool is on a level below the house.

Country house with pool on level below the house.

Image 104: The high places are the most disputed to place the balcony with the swimming pool.

Balcony with furniture next to the pool.

Image 105: On the other hand, putting the pool under the shade is a way of not worrying about sunburn.

Cottage with swimming pool in the shade.

Image 106: In order not to get rid of the garden, it is worth purchasing one in a format that fits the available space.

"L" shaped pool.

Image 107: Instead of sunbeds, this house has mattresses near the pool.

Country house with swimming pool, hammock and beds.

Image 108: This country house has a large swimming pool around the house.

Country house with large pool.

Image 109: Swimming pool with ladder facilitates access.

Country house with wood and swimming pool.

Image 110: White country house contrasts with blue swimming pool.

White townhouse with swimming pool.

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Country House: +110 Cozy Models

Country houses are usually the perfect place to spend a vacation or a weekend away from the bustle of the city and to forget about everyday problems, isn’t it? So, to help you plan a relaxing home with everything you need, we have different models to inspire you.

Country house decoration

It is a fact that to decorate any type of environment, such as living room decoration, for example, the personality of the residents must be the main style, however when it comes to country houses there are two factors that are characteristic of the decoration: the furniture and the plants.

Furniture

The perfect furniture for a country house is that made of wood and decorative items of clay or ceramics. As a result, the place will be even more connected with nature and the decor colors will be turned to earthy tones.

Image 1: This house has a table the same color as the highlighted wall.

Kitchen with white furniture, except the wooden table.

Image 2: Leather sofas are characteristic of old houses and in cold places.

Living room with leather sofa and armchair and wooden coffee table.

Image 3: House with rustic table and cabinet.

Dining room with three suspended lamps.

Image 4: On the other hand, this country house has a fireplace with stone cladding.

Living room with stone fireplace.

Image 5: This room has little furniture so that attention is focused on the balcony.

Double bedroom with balcony.

Image 6: Combining wooden furniture is also an excellent decorative option.

Bedroom with stone wall.

Image 7: In this kitchen there is a rustic table with wooden chairs.

Kitchen with tablet wall.

Image 8: On the other hand, this entire kitchen is made up of custom-made wooden cabinets.

House with cabinet matching the table.

Image 9: This kitchen has the classic decor of a country house where the items are mostly displayed.

Kitchen with matching light utensils.

Image 10: As in the previous example, this kitchen has cabinets but the utensils are exposed for easy access.

Simple and organized kitchen.

Image 11: This modern style bathroom has natural finishes in its composition, such as wood, for example.

Bathroom with plant and wooden cabinet.

Image 12: In this example, the sink is made of solid wood and the tub is ceramic.

Bathroom with natural finish furniture.

Plants

It is almost obvious that a country house is already surrounded by abundant vegetation and that it is not necessary to invest much in this decorative item. On the other hand, it is very important to know how to take advantage of this natural wealth to serve as decoration in the house, such as highlighting a tree or making an entrance that is a path through the natural garden.

Image 13: This house has large potted plants and vine in the column.

House with garden, potted plants and climbing plant on the column.

Image 14: On the other hand, this entrance uses the environment’s own natural resources with the addition of some plants under the stairs.

Wooden floor with coconut tree at the entrance.

Image 15: Creating a stone path through the trees will make the entrance cozier.

House facade with grass.

Image 16: This house was adapted to house a tree without cutting it down.

Kitchen with tree in the room.

Image 17: As in the previous example, there was an adaptation on the balcony.

Balcony with shelves for plants.

Image 18: On the other hand, this country house has a space with hanging plants.

Balcony with white sofa and hanging plants.

Image 19: It is possible to unite different styles of potted plants in a harmonious way.

Balcony with different potted plants.

Image 20: Taking proper care, it is also possible to place plants as decoration in the room.

Room decorated with plants.

Image 21: This house has an open area in the middle of the house with lots of potted plants.

Open area in the middle of the house.

Image 22: Placing plants in the kitchen will give a delicate and fresh air to the room.

Simple kitchen with gray cabinets and stools.

Picture 23: This country house has a large tree in the middle of the room.

House built around a tree.

Image 24: On the other hand, these villagers created a table around the tree.

Table around a tree.

Large environments

Another striking feature of country houses is the spaciousness of the rooms. As it is the place where families gather for a closer relationship, it is important that the spaces are wide so that everyone can be together, even if in different rooms, such as in integrated areas, for example.

Picture 25: This country house has a large living room with glass walls.

Living room overlooking the outdoor area and white and brown furniture.

Image 26: On the other hand, this example shows the living room, dining room and kitchen integrated.

Spacious living room.

Image 27: A large kitchen can house a large island with stools.

American kitchen with large island.

Image 28: Joining the dining room with the living room is the ideal integration option.

House with integrated dining and living room.

Picture 29: This old kitchen has the sofa and the wood stove as room dividers.

Walk with all rooms integrated.

Image 30: The best option for placing furniture in large spaces is to make them to measure.

Large kitchen with custom cabinet.

Image 31: This kitchen has a table and island.

Large kitchen with green walls.

Image 32: It is also worth hanging utensils for easier access.

Kitchen with stove and wood oven.

Image 33: A country house should have enough space for visitors.

Room with three equal beds.

Image 34: As a result, everyone can sleep in the same room.

White and blue bedroom with many beds.

Image 35: A large bathroom also offers comfort in the cottage.

Rustic bathroom with mirror and basket.

Image 36: As in the previous example, this large bathroom has woody details.

Bathroom with glass ceiling and whirlpool.

Country house facades

There is a saying that the first impression is the last, therefore, the facade of the house must be chosen carefully to give the right impression about the style of decoration of the house and also the personality of the residents. First, you have to choose between two styles that are most characteristic of country houses: modern or rustic.

Modern

A modern country house does not necessarily mean that it has futuristic architecture, although this is also a very striking feature of the model. To simplify the explanation, it is possible, for example, to make the structure of a classic chalet but with a modern coating that allows for a glass façade.

Picture 37: This country house has a porch on the facade.

Cottage with porch and reclined roof.

Image 38: A country house does not necessarily have to have only one floor.

Modern wooden house.

Image 39: On the other hand, placing decking around the house is a rustic that joins the modern.

Simple house with wooden deck.

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Image 40: Colors are also important to define the style of the country house.

Home with infinity pool.

Image 41: On the other hand, classic black and white is also an option for the modern home.

One floor is black and the other is white.

Image 42: The reclining ceiling is a trend increasingly used to provide modernity.

Large modern white house with wood details.

Image 43: As in the previous example, this house also has a reclined roof.

Modern townhouse with balconies.

Picture 44: This country house is a chalet in the modern style.

Modern chalet with large glass area.

Image 45: On the other hand, the rectangular model is a growing trend in country houses.

House with glass facade.

Image 46: Small country houses can also be modern.

Dark property in the middle of the forest.

Image 47: The open house model is modern and cozy.

White house with neutral colored furniture.

Image 48: Despite the wood cladding, this country house has modern architecture.

Wooden house with stone path on grass.

Rustic country houses

When it comes to country houses, the rustic model can be present in several models, such as the facades covered with thick stones, wood or an older style aimed at the classic.

Picture 49: This country house has a classic style with wooden details.

White country house with pebbles around.

Image 50: Most of the rustic country houses are single story.

Country house with wood and stone details.

Image 51: In this case, the rustic is in the external covering made of stones.

Stone house with hammocks on the porch.

Image 52: On the other hand, exposed bricks are also widely used options to express the rustic style.

View brick country house.

Image 53: This house has the entire upper floor made of wood.

White and brown country house.

Image 54: The rustic style is usually represented by columns made of wood and exposed.

Country house with round swimming pool.

Image 55: The stone house shows the rustic in its own covering.

House with dining table on the lawn.

Image 56: This facade, in addition to the wall highlighted with stones, also has rustic details around the windows.

Cottage with stone cladding.

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Image 57: On the other hand, this country house is of an old classic style.

Classic townhouse with porches and lawn.

Image 58: The wooden houses are built on a kind of deck.

Wooden country house with white windows.

Image 59: A rustic country house can also be colored details.

Country house with blue doors and windows.

Image 60: This country house, in addition to being made of wood, also has rustic furniture.

Wooden country house.

Cottages with verandas

To enjoy even more the contact with nature, a country house, in its majority, has a large terrace. This feature also allows you to admire the view, offer an open space for children to play, place a hammock or even a barbecue.

Picture 61: The porch of this country house is divided from the house by two features: the glass door and the curtain.

White country house with hammock on the porch.

Image 62: The balcony is the ideal place to put the covered barbecue and socialize with the guests.

Country house with leisure area and swimming pool.

Image 63: Sofas are a favorite furniture for the balcony to relax outdoors.

Balcony with matching furniture.

Image 64: On this balcony the chairs, stools and armchair combine.

Balcony with gourmet kitchen.

Image 65: This townhouse has a balcony on both the ground and first floor.

Country house with porch and lawn.

Image 66: The deck also ends up being a porch option in country houses.

Modern country house with wooden deck.

Image 67: In outdoor areas, it is worth abusing colors in decorative items.

Cottage porch with rustic sofas.

Picture 68: This small balcony has a fireplace that faces the table.

Country house with porch with fireplace.

Image 69: With planning, it is possible to bring together different styles of furniture in a harmonious way.

Rustic house with dining table on the porch.

Image 70: White furniture is perfect for open areas as they convey peace and tranquility.

Cottage porch with white furniture.

Image 71: In cases where the balcony is a little higher than the ground level, it is worth putting steps along its entire length.

Orange country house with porch.

Image 72: This country house has different types of hammocks on the porch.

Brown townhouse with hammocks on the porch.

Glass cottages

A more modern styling feature that is being used a lot in country houses is glass. As a result, it is possible to replace the walls that separate the interior of the house with the backyard or for a high view. This feature applies not only to joint areas such as the living room and kitchen, but also to the bedroom and even the bathroom, after all, who doesn’t relax taking a shower while contemplating nature?

Image 73: This living room has a high wall made of glass and wooden columns.

Country house living room in front of the pool.

Image 74: On the other hand, the glass can be perfectly combined with the wooden ceiling.

Modern living room with fireplace and glass walls.

Image 75: The rustic can also be joined to the glass.

Country house with fireplace.

Image 76: The glass provides a wide view to the outside.

Country house with integrated dining and living room.

Image 77: In addition, it also offers a greater luminosity to the room.

Country house with living room with windows.

Image 78: This way, the lamps need to be used only when there is no more natural light.

Balcony with dining table.

Image 79: There is the option to put glass even in the ceiling.

Two-story house with glass roof.

Image 80: Putting glass in the bedroom is also an excellent option.

Double bedroom in country house overlooking the sea.

Image 81: Can you imagine waking up looking at nature?

Room with balcony and glass walls.

Image 82: This entire country house has glass spaces.

Glass country house in the middle of the forest.

Image 83: This bathroom has a glass wall next to the shower stall.

Bathroom box next to a glass wall.

Image 84: On the other hand, the example shows the bathroom sink facing the glass.

Glass cottage bathroom.

Cottages with lawn

You already know that plants are indispensable items in the decoration of a country house, don’t you? So how about using the treeless space to cultivate a lawn that, in addition to being beautiful, will be a perfect space for walking barefoot, playing with the children and even taking a vitamin D in the late afternoon sun?

Image 85: This house has a simple lawn at the entrance.

Wooden country house with stone path at the entrance.

Image 86: On the other hand, this cottage has a lake in the middle of the grass.

Country house with lake, bridge and helicopter.

Image 87: The entrance through a lawn offers proximity to the field.

Cottage with lawn at the entrance.

Image 88: In addition to the lawn, there is also a plant enclosure around the house.

Two-story house with all glass room on the upper floor.

Image 89: This townhouse has a stone path through the grass.

Wooden floor.

Image 90: On the other hand, this country house also has potted plants.

Tall country house decorated with plants.

Image 91: However, it is very important that the grass is well cared for to keep it looking good.

Country house with white curtains.

Image 92: For the entrance of the car, you can place cement blocks.

Country house with garden and lawn.

Image 93: White stones stand out amidst the grass.

Country house with many glass doors.

Image 94: This country house has grass, garden and white stones.

Country house with lawn and garden on the facade.

Image 95: To decorate the sides of the stairs, this country house has gardens on different levels.

White house with lots of glass and staircase.

Image 96: The wooden steps match the naturalness of the grass.

Country house with wooden steps at the entrance.

Country houses with pool

On the hottest days of summer, when the whole family is gathered away from the club, the pool turns out to be the best option for cooling off. Being in an open area, finding a space that gets the sun most of the day is much easier. But on the other hand, if you prefer to cool off in the shade, just find a little corner among the trees.

Image 97: The residents of this country house have installed a parasol installed in a pool area.

Gray house with leisure area and swimming pool.

Image 98: This model of swimming pool resembles a river, which provides an even closer approach to the rural area.

Country house with porch with glass door and blue curtain.

Image 99: On the other hand, there is no shade in this pool.

Wood-frame house in front of the pool area

Image 100: Placing the pool where only one side is shaded makes it completely sunless for part of the day.

Country house with a large and a small pool.

Image 101: The perfect place to put the pool is in front of the balcony, so it is possible to keep an eye on the children while they are playing.

Country house with large terrace and swimming pool.

Picture 102: This country house used the available space to make a swimming pool and a leisure area.

Country house with leisure area, swimming pool and whirlpool.

Image 103: As in the previous example, the pool is on a level below the house.

Country house with pool on level below the house.

Image 104: The high places are the most disputed to place the balcony with the swimming pool.

Balcony with furniture next to the pool.

Image 105: On the other hand, putting the pool under the shade is a way of not worrying about sunburn.

Cottage with swimming pool in the shade.

Image 106: In order not to get rid of the garden, it is worth purchasing one in a format that fits the available space.

"L" shaped pool.

Image 107: Instead of sunbeds, this house has mattresses near the pool.

Country house with swimming pool, hammock and beds.

Image 108: This country house has a large swimming pool around the house.

Country house with large pool.

Image 109: Swimming pool with ladder facilitates access.

Country house with wood and swimming pool.

Image 110: White country house contrasts with blue swimming pool.

White townhouse with swimming pool.

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Country House: +110 Cozy Models

Country houses are usually the perfect place to spend a vacation or a weekend away from the bustle of the city and to forget about everyday problems, isn’t it? So, to help you plan a relaxing home with everything you need, we have different models to inspire you.

Country house decoration

It is a fact that to decorate any type of environment, such as living room decoration, for example, the personality of the residents must be the main style, however when it comes to country houses there are two factors that are characteristic of the decoration: the furniture and the plants.

Furniture

The perfect furniture for a country house is that made of wood and decorative items of clay or ceramics. As a result, the place will be even more connected with nature and the decor colors will be turned to earthy tones.

Image 1: This house has a table the same color as the highlighted wall.

Kitchen with white furniture, except the wooden table.

Image 2: Leather sofas are characteristic of old houses and in cold places.

Living room with leather sofa and armchair and wooden coffee table.

Image 3: House with rustic table and cabinet.

Dining room with three suspended lamps.

Image 4: On the other hand, this country house has a fireplace with stone cladding.

Living room with stone fireplace.

Image 5: This room has little furniture so that attention is focused on the balcony.

Double bedroom with balcony.

Image 6: Combining wooden furniture is also an excellent decorative option.

Bedroom with stone wall.

Image 7: In this kitchen there is a rustic table with wooden chairs.

Kitchen with tablet wall.

Image 8: On the other hand, this entire kitchen is made up of custom-made wooden cabinets.

House with cabinet matching the table.

Image 9: This kitchen has the classic decor of a country house where the items are mostly displayed.

Kitchen with matching light utensils.

Image 10: As in the previous example, this kitchen has cabinets but the utensils are exposed for easy access.

Simple and organized kitchen.

Image 11: This modern style bathroom has natural finishes in its composition, such as wood, for example.

Bathroom with plant and wooden cabinet.

Image 12: In this example, the sink is made of solid wood and the tub is ceramic.

Bathroom with natural finish furniture.

Plants

It is almost obvious that a country house is already surrounded by abundant vegetation and that it is not necessary to invest much in this decorative item. On the other hand, it is very important to know how to take advantage of this natural wealth to serve as decoration in the house, such as highlighting a tree or making an entrance that is a path through the natural garden.

Image 13: This house has large potted plants and vine in the column.

House with garden, potted plants and climbing plant on the column.

Image 14: On the other hand, this entrance uses the environment’s own natural resources with the addition of some plants under the stairs.

Wooden floor with coconut tree at the entrance.

Image 15: Creating a stone path through the trees will make the entrance cozier.

House facade with grass.

Image 16: This house was adapted to house a tree without cutting it down.

Kitchen with tree in the room.

Image 17: As in the previous example, there was an adaptation on the balcony.

Balcony with shelves for plants.

Image 18: On the other hand, this country house has a space with hanging plants.

Balcony with white sofa and hanging plants.

Image 19: It is possible to unite different styles of potted plants in a harmonious way.

Balcony with different potted plants.

Image 20: Taking proper care, it is also possible to place plants as decoration in the room.

Room decorated with plants.

Image 21: This house has an open area in the middle of the house with lots of potted plants.

Open area in the middle of the house.

Image 22: Placing plants in the kitchen will give a delicate and fresh air to the room.

Simple kitchen with gray cabinets and stools.

Picture 23: This country house has a large tree in the middle of the room.

House built around a tree.

Image 24: On the other hand, these villagers created a table around the tree.

Table around a tree.

Large environments

Another striking feature of country houses is the spaciousness of the rooms. As it is the place where families gather for a closer relationship, it is important that the spaces are wide so that everyone can be together, even if in different rooms, such as in integrated areas, for example.

Picture 25: This country house has a large living room with glass walls.

Living room overlooking the outdoor area and white and brown furniture.

Image 26: On the other hand, this example shows the living room, dining room and kitchen integrated.

Spacious living room.

Image 27: A large kitchen can house a large island with stools.

American kitchen with large island.

Image 28: Joining the dining room with the living room is the ideal integration option.

House with integrated dining and living room.

Picture 29: This old kitchen has the sofa and the wood stove as room dividers.

Walk with all rooms integrated.

Image 30: The best option for placing furniture in large spaces is to make them to measure.

Large kitchen with custom cabinet.

Image 31: This kitchen has a table and island.

Large kitchen with green walls.

Image 32: It is also worth hanging utensils for easier access.

Kitchen with stove and wood oven.

Image 33: A country house should have enough space for visitors.

Room with three equal beds.

Image 34: As a result, everyone can sleep in the same room.

White and blue bedroom with many beds.

Image 35: A large bathroom also offers comfort in the cottage.

Rustic bathroom with mirror and basket.

Image 36: As in the previous example, this large bathroom has woody details.

Bathroom with glass ceiling and whirlpool.

Country house facades

There is a saying that the first impression is the last, therefore, the facade of the house must be chosen carefully to give the right impression about the style of decoration of the house and also the personality of the residents. First, you have to choose between two styles that are most characteristic of country houses: modern or rustic.

Modern

A modern country house does not necessarily mean that it has futuristic architecture, although this is also a very striking feature of the model. To simplify the explanation, it is possible, for example, to make the structure of a classic chalet but with a modern coating that allows for a glass façade.

Picture 37: This country house has a porch on the facade.

Cottage with porch and reclined roof.

Image 38: A country house does not necessarily have to have only one floor.

Modern wooden house.

Image 39: On the other hand, placing decking around the house is a rustic that joins the modern.

Simple house with wooden deck.

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Image 40: Colors are also important to define the style of the country house.

Home with infinity pool.

Image 41: On the other hand, classic black and white is also an option for the modern home.

One floor is black and the other is white.

Image 42: The reclining ceiling is a trend increasingly used to provide modernity.

Large modern white house with wood details.

Image 43: As in the previous example, this house also has a reclined roof.

Modern townhouse with balconies.

Picture 44: This country house is a chalet in the modern style.

Modern chalet with large glass area.

Image 45: On the other hand, the rectangular model is a growing trend in country houses.

House with glass facade.

Image 46: Small country houses can also be modern.

Dark property in the middle of the forest.

Image 47: The open house model is modern and cozy.

White house with neutral colored furniture.

Image 48: Despite the wood cladding, this country house has modern architecture.

Wooden house with stone path on grass.

Rustic country houses

When it comes to country houses, the rustic model can be present in several models, such as the facades covered with thick stones, wood or an older style aimed at the classic.

Picture 49: This country house has a classic style with wooden details.

White country house with pebbles around.

Image 50: Most of the rustic country houses are single story.

Country house with wood and stone details.

Image 51: In this case, the rustic is in the external covering made of stones.

Stone house with hammocks on the porch.

Image 52: On the other hand, exposed bricks are also widely used options to express the rustic style.

View brick country house.

Image 53: This house has the entire upper floor made of wood.

White and brown country house.

Image 54: The rustic style is usually represented by columns made of wood and exposed.

Country house with round swimming pool.

Image 55: The stone house shows the rustic in its own covering.

House with dining table on the lawn.

Image 56: This facade, in addition to the wall highlighted with stones, also has rustic details around the windows.

Cottage with stone cladding.

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Image 57: On the other hand, this country house is of an old classic style.

Classic townhouse with porches and lawn.

Image 58: The wooden houses are built on a kind of deck.

Wooden country house with white windows.

Image 59: A rustic country house can also be colored details.

Country house with blue doors and windows.

Image 60: This country house, in addition to being made of wood, also has rustic furniture.

Wooden country house.

Cottages with verandas

To enjoy even more the contact with nature, a country house, in its majority, has a large terrace. This feature also allows you to admire the view, offer an open space for children to play, place a hammock or even a barbecue.

Picture 61: The porch of this country house is divided from the house by two features: the glass door and the curtain.

White country house with hammock on the porch.

Image 62: The balcony is the ideal place to put the covered barbecue and socialize with the guests.

Country house with leisure area and swimming pool.

Image 63: Sofas are a favorite furniture for the balcony to relax outdoors.

Balcony with matching furniture.

Image 64: On this balcony the chairs, stools and armchair combine.

Balcony with gourmet kitchen.

Image 65: This townhouse has a balcony on both the ground and first floor.

Country house with porch and lawn.

Image 66: The deck also ends up being a porch option in country houses.

Modern country house with wooden deck.

Image 67: In outdoor areas, it is worth abusing colors in decorative items.

Cottage porch with rustic sofas.

Picture 68: This small balcony has a fireplace that faces the table.

Country house with porch with fireplace.

Image 69: With planning, it is possible to bring together different styles of furniture in a harmonious way.

Rustic house with dining table on the porch.

Image 70: White furniture is perfect for open areas as they convey peace and tranquility.

Cottage porch with white furniture.

Image 71: In cases where the balcony is a little higher than the ground level, it is worth putting steps along its entire length.

Orange country house with porch.

Image 72: This country house has different types of hammocks on the porch.

Brown townhouse with hammocks on the porch.

Glass cottages

A more modern styling feature that is being used a lot in country houses is glass. As a result, it is possible to replace the walls that separate the interior of the house with the backyard or for a high view. This feature applies not only to joint areas such as the living room and kitchen, but also to the bedroom and even the bathroom, after all, who doesn’t relax taking a shower while contemplating nature?

Image 73: This living room has a high wall made of glass and wooden columns.

Country house living room in front of the pool.

Image 74: On the other hand, the glass can be perfectly combined with the wooden ceiling.

Modern living room with fireplace and glass walls.

Image 75: The rustic can also be joined to the glass.

Country house with fireplace.

Image 76: The glass provides a wide view to the outside.

Country house with integrated dining and living room.

Image 77: In addition, it also offers a greater luminosity to the room.

Country house with living room with windows.

Image 78: This way, the lamps need to be used only when there is no more natural light.

Balcony with dining table.

Image 79: There is the option to put glass even in the ceiling.

Two-story house with glass roof.

Image 80: Putting glass in the bedroom is also an excellent option.

Double bedroom in country house overlooking the sea.

Image 81: Can you imagine waking up looking at nature?

Room with balcony and glass walls.

Image 82: This entire country house has glass spaces.

Glass country house in the middle of the forest.

Image 83: This bathroom has a glass wall next to the shower stall.

Bathroom box next to a glass wall.

Image 84: On the other hand, the example shows the bathroom sink facing the glass.

Glass cottage bathroom.

Cottages with lawn

You already know that plants are indispensable items in the decoration of a country house, don’t you? So how about using the treeless space to cultivate a lawn that, in addition to being beautiful, will be a perfect space for walking barefoot, playing with the children and even taking a vitamin D in the late afternoon sun?

Image 85: This house has a simple lawn at the entrance.

Wooden country house with stone path at the entrance.

Image 86: On the other hand, this cottage has a lake in the middle of the grass.

Country house with lake, bridge and helicopter.

Image 87: The entrance through a lawn offers proximity to the field.

Cottage with lawn at the entrance.

Image 88: In addition to the lawn, there is also a plant enclosure around the house.

Two-story house with all glass room on the upper floor.

Image 89: This townhouse has a stone path through the grass.

Wooden floor.

Image 90: On the other hand, this country house also has potted plants.

Tall country house decorated with plants.

Image 91: However, it is very important that the grass is well cared for to keep it looking good.

Country house with white curtains.

Image 92: For the entrance of the car, you can place cement blocks.

Country house with garden and lawn.

Image 93: White stones stand out amidst the grass.

Country house with many glass doors.

Image 94: This country house has grass, garden and white stones.

Country house with lawn and garden on the facade.

Image 95: To decorate the sides of the stairs, this country house has gardens on different levels.

White house with lots of glass and staircase.

Image 96: The wooden steps match the naturalness of the grass.

Country house with wooden steps at the entrance.

Country houses with pool

On the hottest days of summer, when the whole family is gathered away from the club, the pool turns out to be the best option for cooling off. Being in an open area, finding a space that gets the sun most of the day is much easier. But on the other hand, if you prefer to cool off in the shade, just find a little corner among the trees.

Image 97: The residents of this country house have installed a parasol installed in a pool area.

Gray house with leisure area and swimming pool.

Image 98: This model of swimming pool resembles a river, which provides an even closer approach to the rural area.

Country house with porch with glass door and blue curtain.

Image 99: On the other hand, there is no shade in this pool.

Wood-frame house in front of the pool area

Image 100: Placing the pool where only one side is shaded makes it completely sunless for part of the day.

Country house with a large and a small pool.

Image 101: The perfect place to put the pool is in front of the balcony, so it is possible to keep an eye on the children while they are playing.

Country house with large terrace and swimming pool.

Picture 102: This country house used the available space to make a swimming pool and a leisure area.

Country house with leisure area, swimming pool and whirlpool.

Image 103: As in the previous example, the pool is on a level below the house.

Country house with pool on level below the house.

Image 104: The high places are the most disputed to place the balcony with the swimming pool.

Balcony with furniture next to the pool.

Image 105: On the other hand, putting the pool under the shade is a way of not worrying about sunburn.

Cottage with swimming pool in the shade.

Image 106: In order not to get rid of the garden, it is worth purchasing one in a format that fits the available space.

"L" shaped pool.

Image 107: Instead of sunbeds, this house has mattresses near the pool.

Country house with swimming pool, hammock and beds.

Image 108: This country house has a large swimming pool around the house.

Country house with large pool.

Image 109: Swimming pool with ladder facilitates access.

Country house with wood and swimming pool.

Image 110: White country house contrasts with blue swimming pool.

White townhouse with swimming pool.

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