Photo By: Nelly Reffet, Twinkle & Whistle Interior Design; Heather Robbins of Red Images Fine Photography
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Bright Contemporary Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa
Natural light from the wood-framed french doors highlights the bright, clean design of this living room. A shag blue rug is a beautiful texture and color contrast to the smooth brown leather sofa. An arched nook features cabinets and shelves for decorative storage.
Transitional Living Room Features Brown Leather Sofa
The open layout of this transitional living space flows nicely into the dining area and adjacent kitchen. Warm wood floors connect the spaces together, and a brown leather sofa and cozy brown armchair offer comfortable seating in the living room.
The large Wendover artwork was the design inspiration for this living room and dining area and helped to tie all of the pastel colors together. Because of the space's light palette, a dark brown leather sofa adds interesting visual dimension. Curtains by Martha & Ash are a welcome touch of detail.
Bright and Stylish Contemporary Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa and Mixed Textures
The neutral tones in this living room design allows blue accents to catch the eye throughout the room. An area rug, brick fireplace surround and the leather sofa bring a mix of finishes to the trendy design.
For a family with three boys under the age of 12, a sprawling family center that opens out to the backyard was just the ticket. “An open-plan living made sense to them as they really wanted a room that would be the "heart" of the home and where they could all gather together and interact with each other, even if they are doing different activities,” says designer Nelly Reffet of Twinkle & Whistle Interior Design. To give the space an inviting feel, Reffet took care with her choices of color and material. “One of the possible downsides of open-plan living, especially in contemporary homes, is that the room may feel a little cold and impersonal,” she says. “Using ‘warm’ or earthy materials and/or colors, as well as a mix of textures is a great way to balance this, and to create a more lived-in space.”
A large doorway opening to the outside keeps this living room feeling bright and open. Natural light bounces off the white walls and ceiling. A brown leather sofa and reclaimed wood beams add texture and slightly darker hues to the design. A mix of blue throw pillows and blue on the armchairs bring a splash of color to the space.
Elegant Neutral Living Room With Brown Leather Sofa
This midcentury modern living room has an air of elegance with its low-slung furniture, metallic accents and large artwork. The tawny color of the leather sofa adds a warmth to the sophisticated space.
Contemporary Neutral Living Room With Leather Sofa
Designers kept the bones of the loft simple and elegant, painting brick and exposed ducts white for a bright feel and highlighting warmer textures like the wood beams. All materials and furnishings were purchased from local artisans.