The sisal area rug defines the cozy sitting area and adds warm texture to the space. Cushy poufs provide extra seating to the comfortable sectional and cane back armchair. A wall of French doors bathe the bright white space in natural light.
The brick wall housing the fireplace and TV is painted white along with the rest of the walls to create a light and airy environment. Blue and tan throw pillows add a splash of color the gray sectional, which is the perfect spot for the whole family to gather. A sisal area rug grounds the room and adds tactile appeal.
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.
The chunky wood mantel adds a rustic touch to the white brick fireplace wall. Cushy poufs are ideal for the kids to lounge on while watching TV, while a comfortable gray sectional is large enough for friends and family to gather.
Sliding glass doors completely open the cottage living room to the swimming pool and patio, creating an indoor/outdoor living space. Comfortable furniture surrounds the gray stone fireplace, and tucked in the corner is a glam bar perfect for entertaining.
Designed for a young family with three little boys, the living room pairs a comfortable gray sectional with textured poufs and a sisal area rug. The bright and airy space incorporates an East Coast vibe with a touch of casual California feel.
Can it be true? This gorgeous lake home done all in white is kid friendly? Yes, thanks to stain resistant fabrics and durable finishes! The armchair slipcovers with shabby chic ties were created by a local craftsman.
Designed to be a family room area where all the neighborhood kids will gather on movie night, this space needed to be durable and beautiful. The window seat with its easy-to-clean laminated fabric creates a cozy and sunny reading area and allows for additional movie viewing. The custom-made media cabinet hides all the kids toys, board games and AV equipment.
Rustic Cottage Living Space With Vaulted Wooden Ceiling
What was once a dark and cramped living room is now bright and airy after designer Kelly Mittleman bumped the ceiling up, taking advantage of empty attic space above. Bare windows on both sides of the room fill the space with daylight.
Built in Cabinetry, Textured Stone Fireplace Surround and Large Leather Armchair in Cottage Living Room
This living room is fixed with cozy, comfortable furniture that suits the ski lodge-like feel of the room. The wooden cabinets are a bright white which joins the pale blue walls in lightening the room. A stained mantel matches the richness of the hardwood flooring and wood trim.
Bright white walls stand out against the mint green ceiling beams in this living room. A pair of second-hand chairs reupholstered with a graphic black and white fabric, and a red and pink area rug pull the airy, bright room together.
The living room is given a whole new character, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, with two sets of French doors that open onto the backyard and bring in lots of natural light. Exposed wood beams help ground and define the space.
This Tudor home in Dallas was built in the 1920s by Herbert Marcus, father of Stanley Marcus, one of the founders of the luxury department store Neiman Marcus. Its recent renovation worked hard to respect its beautiful original details as well as outfit it with modern comforts.