Traditional Living Room With Exposed Beam Ceiling and Blue Accents
Natural light peeks through an arched window and glass pane doors to illuminate this living room. Brown leather furniture, like a sofa and two ottomans, are paired with blue accents, while pendant lights hang from the exposed beam ceiling
The comfy sofas in this traditional living room are upholstered in plaid fabric, adding interest to the neutral space. The coffee table was custom made so the center trays could be used for entertaining, and the bolstered sides could withstand the wear of a footrest.
A monochromatic color palette can be used in living areas to create a room with timeless appeal. Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth has covered the walls, furnishings and accessories in this living room in similar shades of blue. The monochromatic color palette creates a calm and sophisticated living room design, where the wood and brass elements provide a soft pop of color.
Classic blue-and-white armchairs combine with a bright blue chaise and additional traditional furnishings for a comfortable living room. Globe lanterns illuminate the space, while a white fireplace and built-in bookshelves pop off the textured red wallpaper.
Classic Red Living Room is Comfortable, Sophisticated
Bold red walls set the scene for this traditional living room. A globe chandelier lights up the seating area, which pairs patterned blue chairs and a cane-back armchair around a classic white fireplace.
Light green walls complement the furniture used in this living room, including a striped sofa decorated with throw and pillows, matching armchairs, wood coffee table, and botanical wall art. Large windows and a white built-in cabinet add openness to the room.
Traditional Living Room With Grand Fireplace & Plush Chair, Sofa
Comfortable, oversized plush armchair and sofa beckon for relaxation, reading and friendly conversation near the grand stone fireplace. Large, wood ceiling beams draw the eye to the warming fireplace centerpiece while a stunning rug adds to the space's elegant sophistication. Arched entryways keep the room feeling large and open the space between the dining room and kitchen.
Beautifully Open Proche Dreux Living and Dining Room With Rich Wood Structure
A trio of french doors allows natural light to flood into this Proche Dreux living room. High ceilings and an open design add to the beautiful, spacious feel of the home. White furniture shines against the brown tile flooring while exposed beams decorate the open space.
After guests have passed through the entryway, this stunning living room is their first view of the house. While the space is simple, it has unique features that give it elegance and style. The neutral colors of the walls and the fabrics give the space a fresh, calm feeling, but the designers selected different textures of fabric to add depth to this space. The light, linen sofa is nicely juxtaposed with the heavily textured side chairs, and the patterned curtains add a touch of personality. All of these fabrics work together to create a simple, unique design with a light, fresh feel.
Beautiful Blue Bookshelves in Traditional Living Room
In this traditional living room, blue built-in bookshelves nobly frame the fireplace providing plenty of storage and display space for this family's collections and photos. An unusual metal pendant light draws the eye upward and brings additional architectural interest to the room.
Traditional Living Room with Neutral, Modern Color Palette
In the living room, designers have given new life to this traditional space. The furniture has been reupholstered to blend with the updated, modern colors of the space. This neutral color palette blends with the traditional artwork hanging on the wall to create a room that marries old world charm with new world style.