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Soft Gray Living Room With Large Window, Traditional Fireplace & Tufted Sofas
Sunlight pours into this spacious living room, which is well-appointed for watching TV, enjoying the fire or simply lounging. The room is marked by its matching tufted sofas and dual circular coffee tables. Aqua-toned armchairs add a special punch of color.
Natural elements abound in this transitional style living room, from the jute rug to the driftwood stained custom cabinetry and moldings. A neutral color palette with small pops of color keep the space feeling fresh yet relaxing.
Wall-mounted antlers, a large portrait of a deer above the stunning fireplace, exquisite crown molding and a beautiful patterned rug give this creamy living room textural appeal, full of depth and detail.
The great room of this harbor home feels spacious and airy with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Puget Sound. Painting the room in crisp white provides a bright backdrop for the large iron chandelier that anchors the sitting area.
Open Concept Living Room With Exposed Beam Vaulted Ceilings
Re-pitching the roof line created the opportunity to create a much more dramatic space with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and lots more natural light. The living space also features new hardwood floors and a oversized chandelier. The open concept space allows a sneak peek at the kitchen and sunroom.
Family Lounge With Marble Accent Wall and Gas Fireplace
Adjacent to the kitchen and dining area, this intimate lounge is the perfect spot for relaxing while dinner is cooking. A marble accent wall with a TV recess and a gas fireplace creates a stunning focal point, and a pair of comfy sofas provide ample seating for family and guests.
Gray, Transitional Living Room With Chesterfield Sofa
Modern art sets the tone and makes a bold statement in this transitional living room. The gray Chesterfield sofa pairs with traditional moldings and comfortable armchairs to create a classic foundation. A Lucite coffee table and faux fur area rug center the space and combined with gold accents bring in a youthful vibrancy.
White Transitional Living Room With Intimate Seating Area
A comfy sofa and pair of white armchairs create an intimate seating area with an inviting ambiance in this white transitional living room. Tall arched windows fill the space with light and make the small space feel bigger than it is.
What better way to celebrate the room where the family comes together than with a custom mural of children dashing off hand-in-hand to the waves? A sectional makes sure there's always enough seating room to go around.
Living Room With Arched Doorway and Painted Ceiling
This transitional living room features a black-and-white painted ceiling depicting watercolor-style flowers. An arched doorway welcomes family and friends into the gray room, which has an intimate seating area.
Living Room With Industrial Reclaimed Wood Cabinets
This sleek living room solves any storage problems with the ingenious addition of built-in cabinets surrounding the wall-mounted flatscreen. The mix of open and closed shelving gives places both to hide clutter and display attractive accessories.
Transitional Living Room Embraces Woodsy Surroundings
This living room's color palette of soft neutrals and sage green pulls from the home's woodsy surroundings to create a calm, nature-inspired atmosphere. A vaulted ceiling lends a sense of grandeur to the space, while upholstered seating ensures the room feels cozy and inviting.
Transitional Living Room With Wrought Iron Chandelier and Whitewashed Fireplace
This living room features a whitewashed fireplace with a dark wood mantle. White ceramic vases sit on top of the mantle, while a mirror hangs above. A natural wood coffee table and sisal area rug are positioned in front of a tan sofa with colorful pillows. A wrought iron chandelier provides a finishing touch.
"I love gray — I think I always will," says interior designer Lexi Westergard. "However, I am definitely using it differently than I have in the past. I still love it for bathroom cabinet colors, pillows, rugs and accents. I am loving more of a greige or white for wall colors. I think this year we will see white as the dominant, go-to neutral color for walls."
If bright white walls are a bit out of your comfort zone, try a warm gray tone that’s light enough to almost look white, like Lexi did in this living room. She chose Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray, one of her favorite paint colors.