Slim metallic bookshelves offer a hint of glimmer in this living room. Tropical grasscloth wallpaper adds natural texture while coordinating with the variegated yellow sofas. A dark sideboard doubles as a bar, stocked with cocktail essentials.
A dark-toned untreated wood ceiling beam is a beautiful contrasting element to the sleek wood accident wall around the mounted television and grate protected fireplace. A tufted, charcoal gray sofa and a pair of neutral arm chairs create comfortable and stylish seating. A clear plastic coffee table keeps the floor space feeling open and light.
The uniquely designed outdoor sofas fit right in with the natural twisting tree limbs surrounding this California living space. Floating on a curved design, facing sofas give everyone seated access to the contemporary fire pit, providing a connection with the encompassing landscape long after the sun has set.
Facing sofas offer plenty of seating in the living room, while a tufted bench doubles as a coffee table between the two. A beautiful blend of earthy neutrals, natural texture and patterned textiles is full of character and comfort.
A collection of the homeowner's family antiques dictate the sophisticated yet lively feel of this space. Facing orange sofas emphasize conversation, while the ornate screen mounted on the wall provides a great talking point.
This elegant sitting room boasts a royal air with a lovely white and cream color palette. Inward facing sofas padded with plush throw pillows create cozy seating in front of the white fireplace with accent panel extending from the mantel. Glass and metallic tables add airy decor to the room while hardwood floor and crossing wooden ceiling beams add a warm foundation. Gold curtains pull pack to reveal outside access through glass doors.
Facing leather sofas provide a relaxing atmosphere for casual meetings, lunch breaks or work space in this chic contemporary office sitting room. Complementing colors of yellow and violet play with each other between the accent wall and graphic rug. A rustic end table and industrial coffee table complement the contemporary wooden and leather chairs throughout the space.
Accordion doors open this California home's main living area directly onto a fabulous transitional deck and outdoor gathering space. Floating on a curved design, facing plush sofas give everyone seated access to warmth from the contemporary fire pit. Move seamlessly from dining inside to cocktails fireside.
Circular track lighting mimics the round couch configuration. A similarly-shaped loveseat faces the sofa, creating a conversational area perfect for entertaining. The kitchen with a breakfast bar opens up to the living space, allowing for views of the skyline and ocean.
“The great thing about this space is that the two sectionals can configure into different arrangements,” explains HGTV Smart Home 2015 design coordinator Kelly Mockingbird. “You can move them around and make a huge palette facing the sofa, so it’s a really fun space. “
A gorgeous, decorative white mantel and hearth draws the eye in this formal living room. A pair of patterned armchairs face the sofa surrounding the glass coffee table. Arched french doors bring natural brightness to the room.
There's a lot going on in this living space -- a lot of amazing decor and style! The main attraction is the large, carved wooden mirror facing the sofa. It works to reflect even more of the incredible light in the room. A comfy, beachy sofa is loaded with pillows, perfect for lounging or sinking in for long conversations over coffee. Plants bring the outside in, livening up an already bright and light space.
With the large, open plan of this room, designers wanted to make sure it felt like a home instead of an art gallery, so they added a berber rug to soften the space and tie together the furniture and the art.
The funky textures and patterns in this space help to add depth and personality to a large room. Modern furniture keeps the design continuous, while teal fabric and leopard print can be found throughout the space. To add texture to some of the darker colored furniture, designers added fuzzy pillows. To complete the space, designers added unique accent pieces and statues, showing off even more of the homeowner's personality, making the space feel intimate despite its largeness.
Designers wanted this room to feel both intimate and spacious, so they added funky fabrics to the space. These fabrics add personality to the space, making it feel intimate, while the expansive glass windows allow tons of natural light into the space. That light plays off the vaulted ceilings, making the room feel large.