Country Interiors, by you #7

As we wave a wistful goodbye to the summer months, we begin to look forward to cosy evenings in, afternoons spent beside the fire and delicious, seasonal home-cooked food with the imminent arrival of autumn. For now though, we have been greeted with your late summer snaps of utterly cosy bedrooms and country-inspired living rooms, together with our popular and wonderfully rustic Abington Pine and Farmhouse Painted ranges.

The beautiful home of Maria, Mike and Poppy perfectly epitomises a charming English country cottage, and we love how well our Florence Grey TV Unit complements their authentic, cosy decor. If you’d like to see more of the couple’s home, you can head over to our blog for a full house tour!

Our Campbell Scandi Oak Sideboard perfectly suits Ami’s contemporary family home – we love the pops of pastel green and pretty, potted foliage.

Amy is getting into the spirit of the arrival of autumn in her cosy living room! We love all the neutral soft furnishings paired with our Grey Linen Buttoned Coffee Table.

Another beautiful home we’ve been lucky enough to visit! Sitting in Rebecca and Ben’s cosy snug, our wonderfully rustic Abington Pine Pedestal Desk perfectly complements the dark walls painted in Farrow & Ball’s Downpipe. Head on over to our blog to see more of the couple’s modern country home.

Offering the perfect storage solution for the nursery, our range of Triple Wardrobes come in an array of painted hues to suit all interior styles.

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Evening my dears from sunny Edinburgh. We’ve had a fab day enjoying the #edinburghfestival I haven’t lived here really since I left for uni 15 years ago but it will ALWAYS be home☺️do you feel that about where you grew up or do you count where you currently live as home….or did you never move away? I find people’s stories of how they came to settle where they are so fascinating!! Would love to hear yours?!😘 We live in Somerset because my husband is in the Armed Forces and I absolutely love it there. Before that I lived in London. But still something draws me back north of the border, probably the fact that many of my oldest and dearest friends still live here and also the fact that Edinburgh is pretty bloody awesome to live in! I’m kind of assuming we will one day end up back here but don’t tell my husband that….he hates the cold!!🤫😬😂 . . . . . #interiorideas #homefromhome #homeiswheretheheartis #backhome #edinburgh #interieur #myinterior #homeinspiration #homeforinspo #interiorboom #myhomevibe #howyouhome #eclecticdecor #dailydecordose #featurewall #wallpaperdecor #fiddleleaffig #myhousebeautiful #myhousethismonth

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Our Set of 5 Enamel Mirrors add a wonderfully rustic feel to Lucy’s colourful and Scandi-inspired bedroom.

We love how beautiful and at home our Chantilly White Bedroom range looks in this traditional barn conversion in Leicestershire.

Helping to ‘hide all the rubbish’ as Leanne proudly admits, we think our (updated!) Farmhouse Painted Chest, with its ten individually hand-woven baskets, is perfectly suited to the job!

What a beautifully bright room! We love how our Farmhouse Painted TV Unit looks perfectly at home in Parvathi’s bay window.

Another image showcasing how beautiful our rustic Abington Pine range looks when paired against a dark painted wall – we love the splashes of yellow too!

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That’s it for another month of taking a peek inside your beautiful homes – from the contemporary to the characterful – we love seeing them all! Don’t forget to tag us #cotswoldco on Instagram for the chance to be featured. Every month we also pick our favourite customer photo and award the winner £100 to spend with us – so start tagging!

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