Flanked by multi-colored floral curtains, a wooden buffet with contemporary carvings provides plenty of storage for this eclectic living room. Bright blue table lamps are paired with Asian-inspired accessories and peacock art prints for a stylish vignette.
The main living area of this beach house has an open concept layout, so residents are treated to ocean views from anywhere in the room. The exposed beams are made from antique reclaimed wood; the floors are rough hewn European oak.
There's a worldly theme going on in this fun eclectic living room: A map rug lies underfoot, a globe sits on a side table, a collection of globes made from repurposed children's books hangs from the ceiling. A mishmash of colors, patterns and textures throughout the rest of the room keeps the space lively and whimsical.
The open floor plan of the kitchen, dining area and living room makes entertaining easy and effortless. The fireplace surround features cove lighting that highlights the pattern and texture. The window seat cleverly stores firewood so it's nearby, but doesn't clutter the space.
This stylish loft is located in a historical downtown area and features a contemporary, open living space with urban-style brick walls. Unique furniture placement makes the room feel comfortable and inviting.
This modern living room features a thick yet sleek white sofa. Wood-framed chairs sit on the opposite side of the slatted coffee table and geometric rug. A large window lets in natural light, making the white room even brighter and offering a scenic view. A black canvas adds a pop of contrast to the white walls.
The view into the living room area displays the white on white texture of unbleached macrame fiber art on the white ship lap. The coffee table is a DIY - a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A tall floor lamp arches over the large brown leather sectional.
This lively living room features two yellow midcentury modern armchairs positioned on either side of a traditional piano. The accent wall is covered in black and white floral wallpaper, while a faux fur stool sits in front of the piano, adding a fun touch. Potted plants provide a bit of natural decor.
If you don’t have a large budget, you want to make sure your purchases are noticed. To do so, Atlanta interior designer Michael C. Morris suggests contrasting your floors and furniture. In a model home in the Avalon community, he uses light paint and furniture to stand out against medium brown red oak floors.
This stunning converted barn features a stylish living room just off the kitchen. Room highlights include the cozy stone fireplace, beadboard walls, striped green chairs, and an abundance of natural light.
This living room in a historic home is nicely furnished but lacks the glamour and magic needed for a season of entertaining and inside time. Thinks of ways this winter to work with what you have but add small decorative touches: new glassware, a metallic bar cart, richer curtains and throws and pillows to bring warmth and luxury to your space.
From dreary and dated to calm and sophisticated, designers restored the neoclassical plaster work in the living room to reveal a luxurious, yet comfortable space. They removed the old fireplace that was dark and too heavy for the space and replaced it with a monolithic slab of real marble and a fully functioning fireplace that is light and inviting. The room’s lower ceiling lends the space an intimate feel that is enhanced by the absence of a television, putting the emphasis in this space on face-to-face family time.