The cozy and conversational living room from HGTV Dream Home 2011 features a green sectional sofa, shaggy rug and kitchenette for quick access to snacks and drinks. A vintage barn door serves as both a conversation and an art piece.
When Erin first moved into her loft, it was packed with clunky furniture and had orange walls that made the space feel busy. In order to make the space open, airy and serene, she came up with clever storage solutions that keep everything well organized and clutter free.
This light and bright living room features an exposed beam vaulted ceiling with gray stone fireplace that serves as the focal point for the newly remodeled space. The pass-throughs on either side of the fireplace provide a logical flow between the two spaces and attractive sight lines.
A vaulted ceiling with exposed beams gives farmhouse charm to this living room. The style is kept vibrant and fresh with pops of color and graphic patterns livening up the predominantly gray and white palette.
This living room features a pair of high-back tufted wing chairs by Christopher Guy, a barely there acrylic cocktail table by Diane Paparo and a chocolate brown velvet sofa. Pops of turquoise and pink add a bit of color to the space.
Big open windows lets in tons of natural light in a gray, modern living room. A black accent wall with black-and-white photographs make a bold statement. Neutral furniture keeps the space feeling light and fresh.
Narrow curtains between the windows warms up the white windows, creating a cozy sitting area. A curved sectional and two patterned chairs provide comfortable seating, while a leopard-print rug fills the adjacent open space. A contemporary art piece makes a statement in this room's muted color palette.
Muted gray tones are an updated take on more traditional decor in this contemporary living room featuring a metal-door armoire and white mantel. Plenty of seating makes for easy entertaining in the space.