This modern living room features a large tile accent wall over a white sectional sofa. In the middle of the room sits a Noguchi coffee table on a shag rug, defining the sitting space from the dining area in the corner.
This open concept living room flows out to the deck with ocean views or into the dining room. Neutral, low-profile furniture doesn't distract from the beachside views. A dark wood frame makes the TV less noticeable.
This midcentury-modern living room boasts plentiful windows with a beautiful outdoor view and lots of natural light. Natural toned carpet adds a textural counterpoint to the midcentury furniture. Modern but not stuffy or severe, this living room is a great place for relaxing and or catch up on some reading.
A pair of gray velvet, tufted sofas and a low, blue ottoman form a comfy seating area next to the fireplace in this lovely, midcentury modern living room. The blue accent wall sets the tone for the color palette, with punches of red found in the throw pillows and curtains.
Two chaise lounges replace the traditional couch seating in this modern artistic living room. Lots of bright colors and bold patterns flood the space, making it look more like an art museum than someone's home.
Across the apartment from the sitting area, a neutral living room space provides a great space for entertaining. A neutral, modern sofa and two modern, black chairs provide plenty of seating to the space, while a modern coffee table adds a functional place to set a drink, and the neutral, natural fiber rug adds definition to the space.
To make the living room functional for the family and their guests, designers brought in a large sectional two modern chairs and two benches to provide plenty of seating in the space. For additional storage, bookshelves were added behind each side of the sofa.