This living room is a nod to Spanish mod style. The yellow rug is covered with Spanish motifs in a modern scale, and the drum shade chandelier and contemporary gray sofa complement the Spanish architecture of the home.
Dark-stained wood ceiling beams call attention to the lofty ceilings, which give this living room its airy feel. Lantern pendant lights bring an intimate feel and old-world look to the spacious living area. Neutral chairs and sofas create a cozy conversational area around the fireplace.
Homeowners wanted a functional, yet stylish living room that connected with the style of the rest of their 1920s Spanish home, but had a more modern and whimsical feel, so designers added a sectional sofa to provide plenty of seating. Then, they brought in an ottoman that serves a dual purpose-a coffee table and extra seating. This piece is covered in lime green faux leather, which adds a splash of bold color, while creates a surface that is easily wipeable-perfect for a home with a teenage boy.
This Spanish-style living room has the feeling of a modern-day Medieval great hall, with interior balconies, arched openings and an imposing stone entryway bridged by a dark-stained lintel. Slipcovered and weathered wood furnishings tone down the formality of the space, giving it a comfortable, welcoming vibe.
Light stone and dark wood finishes combine for dramatic effect in this Spanish-inspired living room. A stone fireplace extends to the cathedral-height ceiling to create a dynamic focal point. The scale of the room, coupled with elements like dark ceiling beams, round candelabra fixtures and interior balconies, gives the space the feel of a modern-day Medieval great hall.
This Spanish Modern house is home to a young family of four. The design is a graceful blend of Art Deco and midcentury styles, with fun pops of color that add life to the rooms. Here, in the living room, white space is just as important as the art pieces, helping to create a sense of peace as well as spotlighting special moments, like the niche above the fireplace.
This gorgeous great room has a Mediterranean countenance thanks to the exposed beams and a heavy, ornate door. Paired with stark white walls and chic furnishings, the design is Spanish modern with a twist.
In the living room, a rich, traditional wood Spanish door separates the modern addition from the original part of the home. This, along with Spanish artwork and other wood details helps to tie the new part of the home together with the original home. To create a modern addition, designers used bold colors and patterns to reflect the natural colors of the backyard, to which the living room has direct access.
This Spanish modern living room has 24-foot ceilings which allows for a curved interior balcony. The design features hallmarks of classic Mediterranean design: exposed beams, wrought iron details and filigreed light fixtures.