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Contemporary Condo Living Room
A tufted yellow couch gives this contemporary condo living room a pop of color, but keeping the focus on the wrap-around floor-to-ceiling windows that provide views of the city skyline. Dark patterned armchairs sit atop a large area rug grounding the room with a fun, globed pendant light above.
Contemporary Condo Living Room with Picture Windows
It was important to the homeowners that their spaces flowed and spoke to one another in a monochromatic and organic way. Designer Debbie Perez did this by keeping a simplistic color palette, not allowing any one piece to enter this space unless it was white, gray or brown.
Condo Living Room With Stylish, Contemporary Design
Cozy and sophisticated, this condo's living room includes a small, round coffee table grounded by a black and white striped rug, midcentury black leather armchair and a navy blue velvet sofa. By the window, a plush daybed and skinny metal bookshelf offer a stylish place for reading and relaxing.
This open plan living room successfully combines pieces from different design backgrounds—a cozy shabby chic sofa and ottoman, tailored gray armchair, simple wooden coffee table. Keeping the color palette neutral makes the look harmonious.
Natural elements, like a petrified wood coffee table, bowl and side table, mix with contemporary details, like abstract art and simple furniture, in this open concept living room. A turquoise blue accent wall makes a bold statement.
A stone-topped table doesn’t have to always be a splurge purchase. Atlanta designer Michael Habachy says you can make your own. Take an existing table or purchase a cheap table, then add a remnant (a leftover piece of marble, granite or another type of stone that’s cheaper than a slab) to the top. “It’s a great way to take something inexpensive and make it look super luxe,” he says.