This beautiful living room makes use of many natural elements. The leather couch offers a stylish, comfortable place to sit, while the polished live wood table continues bringing natural style to the space.
The casual, beach-inspired living room features an eclectic mix of cozy seating and a custom coffee table made from weathered, reclaimed wood. A Carrera marble fireplace acts as the focal point of the space.
To make her white on white aesthetic fresh and interesting, as seen in this lovely living room, designer Leanne Ford layers varied textures and shades of white, from bright white to cream and more neutral shades like beige and oatmeal, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
In this guest house living room, the designers made the most of the space by using furniture with functionality (like the glass nesting tables) and built-in storage (end tables with cabinets or drawers).
A polished wood coffee table reflects the natural light streaming into this contemporary living room. A neutral sofa and leather tufted stools provide seating in front of the fireplace, and plants add color and life to the design.
Acrylic casing holds chipped wood pieces, creating a unique top for this coffee table. The natural wood is a great textural addition to the contemporary surroundings. A blue rug with white spots grounds the space and coordinates with the blue velvet sofa. Hourglass-shaped stools with velvet seats line a bar next to the living area.
A large rug is used to define the living area in this open concept layout. In a big space like this one, make sure that at least the front legs of furniture are on the rug to help visually bring items together.