A major new trend on the home front, Heirloom translates to rich, vintage accessories, furniture and decor, dark florals and luxurious fabrics and surfaces mixed with modern touches. You can bring the [Heirloom](http://www.hgtv.com/design/decorating/design-101/trend-spotting-heirloom-pictures?syc=applenews_hgtv-create-a-cozy-living-room-vignette) look to your own home with a few clever choices. In trend spotter Nancy Fire's Manhattan living room, cozy pillows from [Studio NYC](https://www.studionycdesign.com/) exemplify the lush Heirloom look.
The dimensions of the room have stayed the same, but the wall separating this room from the kitchen has been removed, creating an open concept first floor. A large sectional now dominates the living room, providing a comfortable sitting area for guests and family.
Warm things up by bringing in a generously sized, delightfully comfortable sectional. You're drawn to the outside because the windows are so immense, so chose a calm, neutral color palette that doesn't distract from the views,
One of two bedrooms located on the first floor of this beautiful waterfront escape, this inviting bedroom has a classic panel bed with plush bedding that complements the soft and sophisticated lavender walls.
The pillows and poufs in this casual and comfortable play area were chosen to coordinate with the bedroom’s bold color scheme. A pair of wood easels with art supplies in the play space encourage creativity.
This chic space, as seen on HGTV's show Love It or List It Too, has many luxurious details. The tufted headboard adds comfort, while the soft linens and crocheted throw continue to add style and comfort. The padded bench at the foot of the bed adds extra seating, while its mirrored legs and frame make it a stylish addition to the space. The modern chandelier adds light while giving the space more style and personality.
A gray area rug softens the wood floors in this open office and seating area. White wood planks create a cottage-inspired ceiling, while the neutral sofa pairs with an comfortable armchair and upholstered bench for a casual living space.
Though this home features a flowing floor plan, the designers wanted to give the owners more intimate zones for entertaining. Here, they used a large white area rug to define the living room, and then layered it with a plush sofa and two swivel chairs for comfortable seating.
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.