Focusing on durability, textures and details, designer Julia Caro-Alt made this plain white room into a visually interesting and comfortable place for an active family to gather. Using reclaimed and manufactured barn wood to add texture and character, the built in cabinets have tongue and groove details, sliding barn doors, and reclaimed wood tops. The fireplace is clad in the barn wood as well.
This living room space was an addition to the home's original structure, and, as such, had very strange angles that designers wanted to make sense of, so they chose furniture that would help them create an organized normal room shape with a modern farmhouse design that complements the rest of the home's open concept main spaces.
Massive windows bring loads of light into this Austin custom home, which blends traditional Italian farmhouse details with contemporary design. The living room features a pair of candle chandeliers that contrast with the room's clean lines and contemporary glass.
Rustic stone and rough-hewn wood meets clean, contemporary lines in this Austin home inspired by Italian farmhouse design. In this bright and airy living room, candle chandeliers and ceiling beams contrast with a glass balcony railing and modern windows. Warm brown tones create an inviting dining and living area with large sliding glass doors.
The open living room right when you walk in instantly catches your eye, with a navy velvet demilune perfectly placed to do just that. The room was kept light and neutral and brought in color through furniture, pillows, rugs, and accent pieces.
Crisp white walls and neutral furnishings pair together for a refreshingly clean look in this living room. A large mirror tilted on one wall and an adjacent picture window ensure plenty of light floods the space. In the corner of the room, a large houseplant adds fresh color to the palette.
This holiday season, celebrate time-honored luxury and classic, refined decor with a sophisticated equestrian aesthetic. A foundation of neutrals makes room for festive layers of checks, plaids and stripes––the staples of a country Christmas.
Contemporary Console Table in Farmhouse Living Room
Ceramic blue and white accessories bring a lively splash of color to this crisp white living room. A shiplap wall provides a farmhouse-style backdrop, and clean-lined furnishings update the look with contemporary flair.
Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines added wooden support beams for a decorative touch in this charming farmhouse-style living room. The beams make the ceilings appear lower and the living room feel cozier. Joanna staged the room with furniture and accessories that have both natural wood and worn leather.
Paneled walls add structure, dimension and a bit of modern panache to the living room of this charming New York farmhouse. During the historic home's full-scale renovation, the design team raised ceiling heights, opened up the floor plan and updated the house with a contemporary color palette and modern furnishings, like the sofa and chairs in this comfortable, livable space.
Puffy modular seating is low and contemporary in this modern farmhouse living room. The white-walled space opens to the dining room and kitchen, giving the home an open-plan, contemporary feel, while traditional architectural touches connect the home to its rural, 12-acre site. An open front porch spans the length of the house, showcasing the view of open fields and distant hills while shading the first-floor interior.
On either side of the fireplace, distressed console tables were brought in to add a bit of warm contrast to the white, shiplap walls. On top of each console table, a lamp with an "X" design nods to the design on the kitchen island, while a geometric sculpture adds texture and a modern element. Finally, lovely pieces of neutral artwork give the living room design some height.