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.
This Spanish-styled living room is designed to be comfortable for the whole family with finishes and textures that are timeless, durable and authentic. The large space works well for entertaining large crowds, as well as for small family gatherings.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican interior design, this Dallas home is made for entertaining large crowds, as well as small family gatherings. Centered around a stucco fireplace, the living room furniture creates a cozy, intimate grouping. A large built-in houses favorite collectibles and frames a gilded piece of art.
A rustic atmosphere is created in this Spanish-style living room with wood ceiling beams and stone walls. A large mirror hangs above an antique couch and a wrought iron chandelier provides an old-fashioned glow.
In this Spanish Colonial living room, designers wanted to create a casual, elegant space, so they took advantage of the natural light that streams in through the arched windows on the space's far wall. Neutral tones and exposed beams continue to warm the space, while soft fabrics create a comfortable space to relax or entertain.
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.
This sophisticated Spanish retreat provides an updated take on Old World beauty by mixing contemporary fabrics and fixtures with natural materials and iron accents. The high ceiling and abundance of natural light in this spacious living room create an atmosphere that is perfect for family and friends.
A burnt orange fireplace and hearth accent this otherwise neutral Spanish-style living room. Yellow and blue tile frame the fireplace opening, and simple furniture in grays and browns fills the seating area.
Designer Catherine Smith blended old with new in this Spanish Colonial-inspired living room. Furniture pieces bring newer elements to the space while components from the Spanish Colonial period take you back in time. Wooden ceiling beams and wrought-iron details represent materials used during that time period, and the doorway arches were often the only ornamentation in this type of simple, informal design. Catherine used a red wine-colored velvet sofa and an oversized tapestry of a Spanish-style courtyard to add texture, giving the space a stunning appearance.
Woods and light stone finishes create dynamic contrast in this great room with soaring proportions. A stone fireplace extends to the cathedral-height ceiling, adding drama and tying in with a stone surround that connects the living room and kitchen. A dark-stained lintel above the opening adds architectural interest and structural stability.
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.
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.
A tufted loveseat provides a comfortable place to play games in this Spanish-style living room, which also features a stylish display in the background. A bronze candelabra, fresh flowers and a charming lantern add character to the room, while patterned curtains create depth.