One of the many perks of having a large home is that each room can be designated a specific function. This country sitting room is the more formal of the two featured, with two traditional low-backed sofas (one an upholstered linen version of the classic Chesterfield style) and a large deep-buttoned ottoman in the centre of the room, perfectly positioned for a tray of freshly brewed coffee. Paler shades dominate this light and airy space with an abundance of cushions in soft pinks and off-white for a delicate spring look.
The second, more informal living room is a snug, study and games room rolled into one. Here, separate sofa sections have been configured into a large corner sofa that’s perfect for relaxing, whilst a multi-tasking padded ottoman works as both coffee table and footstool. With so many distractions, a desk at the back of the room that faces away from the television is key to getting any work done.