This elegant family living room features classic, neutral style, from the reclaimed fireplace to the layers of textures seen on the chairs, animal print benches and round table. The space also features a large ornate chandelier.
This cozy living room is perfect for a family to settle in and enjoy. A large navy blue sectional provides plenty of room to stretch out. To keep things kid-friendly, designer Bailey Austin Bird used crypton fabrics throughout the room.
A wood coffee table from Restoration Hardware and a couple of orange poufs complete the relaxed look.
Various textures and coastal tones add beauty and interest to this open family room featuring indoor/outdoor living. Shades of tan, brown, blue and white give the space a calm feel, providing a great place to relax and unwind.
Soft gray walls and coffered ceiling create a cohesive design for this multi-functional space. Neutral furniture in elegant lines create a timeless feel to the rooms, while contemporary light fixture lend a modern note.
The sisal area rug defines the cozy sitting area and adds warm texture to the space. Cushy poufs provide extra seating to the comfortable sectional and cane back armchair. A wall of French doors bathe the bright white space in natural light.
This multi-functional space perfectly fits the family perfectly. A comfy, gray sectional, upholstered ottoman and playful striped slipper chair create the TV viewing area, while brass étagères flank a coordinating TV console house metallic woven baskets that act as toy storage for the kiddos. Finally, a cream lacquered and brass desk was placed against the back of the chaise sectional where the homeowners can catch up on work while their kids watch a movie or play within eyesight.
Warm mahogany paneling adds to the comfort of this contemporary living space, built to take maximum advantage of its Northern California views. Furnishings and lighting are by Caterina Spies-Reece of CSR Design. The angular, modern sofa is from B&B Italia.
"The sofa positioning in front of the fireplace and television is a logical choice; however, it creates an unappealing "hallway" behind the sofa, wasting valuable space," explains designer Vern Yip. "A console storage table behind the sofa would help anchor it in the space and provide a surface for table lamps."
This family room was constructed in ten days including a new fireplace surround, millwork, stripping the floors and all new window treatments and furniture. Garcia creates a focal point out of the large fireplace by using paint and molding detail.
A square tufted ottoman serves as a coffee table and optional seating in this light-filled, family-friendly living room. The cheery blue and white color scheme is punctuated by pops of yellow, and a stylish mix of pillows adds color and comfort.
By removing a wall, the designers were able to open up the living room and make it feel much more inviting. A fireplace anchors the space, with its brick painted white to match a wall in the kitchen -- and make the two rooms look even more cohesive.
A generously sized room provides spaces for both relaxing around the fireplace and dining with friends. Rather than resting below one of the specific zones, a large area rug helps delineate the space separating each zone.
Exposed beamed cathedral ceilings create a stunning architectural feature in this grand, neutral living room. A comfortable, neutral sofa is positioned in front of a large fireplace with stone surround along with a traditional coffee table. A black-and-white area rug works to provide a modern flair in the room and defines the living space from the formal dining area steps away. A beautiful black-and-white spiral staircase and traditional chandelier can be seen behind the living room.