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Neutral, Modern Living Room
Across the apartment from the sitting area, a neutral living room space provides a great space for entertaining. A neutral, modern sofa and two modern, black chairs provide plenty of seating to the space, while a modern coffee table adds a functional place to set a drink, and the neutral, natural fiber rug adds definition to the space.
Layering texture and hues of orange, whites and creams add a simple background for the dynamic furniture silhouettes. The living room design with added furnishings, re-worked hardwood flooring and a polished concrete fireplace creates warmth and dimension to the space.
This modern home was brought back to life by opening up the spaces, adding windows and moving/adding doors. The HVAC chase that originally divided the family room was removed to create an open floor plan that now houses a cozy sitting area.
High ceilings give a loft-like, airy feel to this modern living room that features a serene white, gray and black palette. Touches of texture—a glass coffee table, a fur throw—add depth and visual interest to the sleek space.
This sleek and stylish media wall features a small white cabinet for storing movies and other entertainment essentials. The wall-mounted TV and sleek console complement the neutral living room's modern aesthetic.
Floor to ceiling windows surround this sleek, urban living room offering panoramic views of the city. Muted, neutral tones combine with clean, sharp lines to create a sophisticated space that is a trademark of modern design.
Everything about this Malibu, California, living room is designed to highlight the home's focal point: the view. A wall of glass provides a sweeping look at the ocean beyond, while walls and furnishings are neutral so as not to distract. In the beachside sitting room, Mid-Century Modern chairs rest atop a cream shag rug. Even the wine cellar is glass, keeping the entire space airy, open and light-filled.
Because this living room features a predominantly neutral palette, the shape of the furniture and the textures are more important. A round end table is a nice counterpoint to the boxy sofas and the armchairs offer up crisp angles and lines.
In the open concept living area, a wood-paneled canopy carves out an intimate nook for the dining room adjacent to the living room. Visual interest in the neutral space comes from textures: a metallic floor lamp, wood accent walls, concrete floors.
To show off the brilliant colors in the large artwork, this living room keeps an overall neutral color scheme with a few bright accents. Designers chose matte black for the pendant to give it a sculptural feel.