This living room is a comfortable, open gathering space perfect for entertaining friends and displaying travel artifacts. A mod bookshelf houses some of these artifacts along with chic accessories, adding personality to the room.
Wood furnishings and floor serve as a grounded neutral backdrop for colorful accents in this midcentury modern living room. Particularly bright and eye-catching are the yellow floor lamp and red crocheted pouf.
Modern meets traditional in this renovated row house living room and hallway. Wood stairs in the hallway are covered in a dark grey floor paint, with mahogany doors leading into the living space. A soft blue sectional sits beneath the detailed ceiling and modern light fixture with new wide plank wood flooring in a neutral finish below.
Midcentury modern style dominates this light-filled living room. A long, low-profile sofa and trendy armchair provide comfy seating, while a color-blocked area rug and patterned throw pillows add just the right hints of color to the space.
A graphic blue rug covers the floor space and adds visual interest to the living room. Midcentury modern furnishings create an elegant space to gather with friends and family before and/or after dinner.
Four large windows fill this living room with plenty of natural light and frame the modern fireplace. Charcoal gray limestone surrounds the fireplace, while above the mantel, painted gray brick provides the backdrop for four floating shelves. Light oak flooring and a mix of modern furnishings complete the design.
This living room with a slight nod to modern living within a traditional space creates unexpected texture and interest in the space. The artwork, lighting and overall look of the room evoke an updated yet timeless feel of sophistication. Especially lovely is the color scheme, which allows the pop of orange to play against white walls in a harmonious flow of hues.
As a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's "Cousins On Call", rebuilt the Miller family's living room. With new modern furniture from West Elm, and ABC Carpet and Home and a newly designed fireplace that sits below an HD projector screen, this room has become hip, modern and high tech.
A bio-ethanol fireplace is used in this living room so that it can be easily moved anywhere – including outside during the summer season. Sleek furnishings pair with recessed windows for a minimal modern look, while pendant lights and galvanized pipe shelves lend industrial character to the fireplace.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Cory and Lori Wallman found the perfect blend of Mid-Century modern and beach in this two-bedroom home above the Laurel Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.
An open floor plan between the kitchen and dining area brought more light into the home, and added flexibility for entertaining.