Open, Transitional Living Room is Rustic, Sophisticated
Exposed weathered beams and floating shelves bring a rustic quality to this open, transitional living room. White furniture creates a neutral base for the space, while a muted blue chair and striped curtains add soft color. A large brass chandelier is centered on the space, and the adobe-style fireplace adds a southwestern feel to the room.
Custom Rug Adds Splash of Color to Modern Living Room
The custom-made rug and stainless steel coffee table provide the ultimate family-friendly treatment for this heavily used room. The rug, along with the artwork in the dining room, adds color and movement to the space.
The design in the living room was kept elegant and simple so as to complement the large space, rather than compete with it. Large sliding glass doors allow in plenty of natural light, while the bookshelves add elegant display spaces. To complement the light walls, designers created a custom patina to paint onto the floor rather than staining it.
Framed watercolor art evokes the movement of waves flowing in and out, even capturing the ocean's natural hues which inspired the color palette of this home. Sand-colored linen couches add to the coastal look of this living room.
To make the kitchen and living room feel even more cohesive, the architects extended the wood ceiling across the two spaces. A low-level loveseat and four armchairs give the owners room to entertain, without distracting from their stunning surroundings.
Warm, neutral paint contrasts with exotic artwork and accessories to create an intriguing statement. The large, turquoise decorative pot adds a distinct element and brightly accents the simple, gray-toned wall. In a purposeful asymmetric presentation, handblown-glass floral art is hung along one wall in the living room. Glass sculptures in their spectacular hues of red, orange, yellow, and other colors generate an eye-caching focal point from all vantage points.
So many windows and a ceiling that angles up make the interior of this contemporary cabin feel as spacious as the mountain setting around it. A huge rug with a geometric pattern unifies the large living area.
A neutral tufted bench is paired with an eclectic mix of pillows creating a cozy seating area beside the window. Striped throw rugs add warmth to the hardwood floors, while heavy cream-colored curtains soften the picturesque windows.
Cozy, Neutral Living Room with Beautiful Mountain Views
Designers wanted to create a space for the homeowners that was simple, luxurious and took advantage of the home's beautiful mountain views, so as a start, designers had windows installed throughout the space to let in plenty of natural light as well as provide access to the beautiful mountain views. Then, they added a comfortable, neutral sofa and chairs and positioned them in the best place to take advantage of the views.
Comfortable Living Room has Serene Neutral Color Palette
A soft neutral color palette with classic architecture and moldings allow the collection of mirrors to really stand out. Comfortable leather armchairs pair with a deep-seated sofa for cozy seating, where homeowners and guests can relax. Adding softness and style underfoot is a striped blue-and-white area rug.
Neutral Contemporary Living Room With Large Sitting Area
Two large sofas and a pair of armchairs make for plenty of seating and great views of the ocean from this neutral contemporary living room. The sitting area is anchored by a large square coffee table topped with decor and books.
Neutral Transitional Living Room With Twin Armchairs
A cheery surprise awaits in this neutral living room: One of the shelf's cubbies is painted a soft sunshine yellow. In the rest of the room, varying neutral shades pair with natural elements (wood floors and coffee tables) to create an airy, comfortable feel.
Woven baskets in this family room are perfectly for stowing away toys or books for quick clean up. For a personal touch, as well as design contrast, a large horse portrait fills the wall behind the sectional.
Exterior View of Open Design Living and Dining Room With Retractable Walls
The walls pull back at this modern home to open the living and dining room up to the natural elements. The wooden ceiling extends out to create a simple covered patio with concrete blocks set in a natural rock bed. Light colored furniture keeps the space calm with orange accent pieces adding pops of color to bring the design to life.