Designer Debbie Talianko designed this transitional living room with touches of the beach and sea, particularly in the soft greens and blues she chose to accent the room. The white sectional sofa and cream walls give the space an airy feel and allow pops of colors in the pillows, area rug and dining room upholstery to take center stage. Also noteworthy is the beach-themed art that punctuates the wall behind the sectional sofa.
If you can't keep the pets off the furniture, opt for durable and neutral upholstery that hides pet hair. Here, a golden retriever enjoys a nap on the London sofa from R. Jones. An orange and green quilt adds a touch of country charm to the farmhouse living room.
Everything about this living room feels and looks classic, from the sofa lined with throw pillows to the country-style Windsor chair to the bench-style coffee table. A muted green area rug defines the sitting area, while a white fireplace and mantel serve as a focal point in the timeless space.
Don't let the fun colors fool you; this contemporary living room is still entirely functional. Two green armchairs and a pink sofa provide comfortable seating for about five people, while a set of nesting coffee tables keeps drinks and snacks within arm's reach. What's more, a boho-style chandelier illuminates the space for conversation.
Each room in this open floor plan is given it's own space while staying connected to the surrounding sections with a elegant color scheme and transitional design. Dark cabinetry on the kitchen island adds a contrast hue to the neutral tones. A gray/purple hue in the dining chairs differentiates them from the light neutral sofa and chairs in this living room area. Decorative green accents add pops of color and life to each section.
Designers wanted to capitalize on the beautiful mountain views outside the windows, so they kept the interior design neat, crisp and simple, yet still elegant. The living room in this space is no exception to that vision. Lots of windows allow plenty of natural light into the space, allowing patrons of the room to see outdoors to the beautiful mountain views. The light reflects off the gray walls, bringing the natural green tint of the trees indoors. Blue and gray furniture occupies this space and highlights the natural hues of the mountainside, making the living room feel as if it were a part of the mountains that surround it.
A multi-color striped rug and a green midcentury modern sofa stand out against the neutral color palette of this loft living space. The mesh of midcentury modern and bohemian design elements give the room personality while maintaining a clean and spacious finish. Wood beams create a natural room division and compliment the warm-tone stain of the hardwood floor.
This cozy cottage living room makes use of bold colored fabrics to bring the cottage feel alive. The neutral colored walls make the space feel cozy and casual, while the vibrant red of the couch brings warmth to the room. The light green of the throw pillow and the lamp accent the boldness of the couch, while fresh hydrangeas complete the cozy cottage style.
The architect created a tall, grand space for the living room. To make the tall space feel cozy, all ceiling planes were covered with barn board and reclaimed beams. What really makes this space amazing is the massive fireplace, anchoring the room. With all those natural tones, the client didn't want the space to be all neutral, so a colorful rug became the starting point to build the palette, bringing in green chairs for fun.
This gray living room features a gallery wall displayed above a brown wooden console table and a lamp with a base made from a trumpet. A gray sectional provides a cozy spot to relax, while gray, black and white throw pillows add a fun touch. Green and yellow potted succulent plants sit atop the coffee table.
This lively dining room features a square wood table with a mix of seating options, including two traditional armchairs and two with patchwork upholstery. A multicolored painting and tapestry add bright accents, while lime green curtains frame the window.
Whether you want to take a dip in the pool or sit poolside in one of the green lounge chairs, this outdoor retreat offers an escape for everyone. A stone fire pit provides a bit of warmth when enjoying an evening outdoors, while open doors just off the cement patio provide quick access to the home's living room.
In the upstairs guest bedroom, a mint green accent wall ties this room's design into the rest of the home. A large double window lets in plenty of natural light and is reflected off the white walls and ceiling and the mirrors hanging above each twin bed. A point of interest in this room is the white French doors that open into the upstairs living area, creating a sense of connectedness between the two spaces.
Work with what you’ve got. The beds in both kids’ rooms received an update by DIY blogger Dena Stormer, giving the room a jolt of playful color and pizzaz. The boy who lives here loves fishing and space, so designer Egypt Sherrod, who pitched in with AmericasMart to redo the children’s rooms in this Dwell with Dignity install, gave the room a blue and green color palette and hung fish artwork over the beds.
This living room is a playful mix of colors and style. A red patterned curtain plays off the overstuffed red armchair. A commercial sign listing Boston neighborhoods serves as industrial wall art. A chevron rug and an avocado green record case as end table storage complete the color- and decade-mixing fun.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, this once plain living room got a much needed modern makeover. Designer Sarah Richardson chose vintage furniture and decor in muted blues and greens to fill the neutral space and framed the large window with a custom-built cornice and sheer retractable curtains. Cozy knit poufs provide extra seating or a spot to kick up your feet.
Designer Daleet Spector's vision for this light blue girl's room was to create a dynamic space, pairing the mother's childhood iron bed with a lively color scheme of blues, greens and white. A spacious white desk and floor-to-ceiling bookshelf were included, providing ample space for storage and homework.
Colorful, patterned wallpaper covers the walls in this Art Deco-inspired living space. A saffron orange sofa with custom pink silk ribbon trim grounds the room with playful throw pillows and sits atop a grass green wool and silk blend area rug. Two windows let in lots of natural light and feature embroidered linen curtains with watermelon pink roman shades giving this space a vibrant jewel box vibe.