A color-blocked area rug defines the living room component of this great room. Retro-style furnishings contribute to the room's midcentury-modern feel, including a trendy console piece that serves as a room divider between the living and dining spaces.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Cory and Lori Wallman found the perfect blend of Mid-Century modern and beach in this two-bedroom home above the Laurel Canyon neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.
An open floor plan between the kitchen and dining area brought more light into the home, and added flexibility for entertaining.
In this living room, the furnishings are low-slung with simple lines – a hallmark of midcentury modern design. Metallic floral wallpaper adds visual interest to the walls, while a sliding door reveals a tree-top view from a small balcony.
This midcentury modern living room features white built-in bookshelves, a neutral area rug with swirl patterns, white crown molding, wainscoting and other architectural trim. A curved beige sofa provides seating, as does a pair of stylish brown stools for occasional seating.
Midcentury Modern Great Room With Neutral Stone Wall
This open plan great room offers ample space for relaxing and entertaining with a gray sectional sofa, funky zigzag print armchairs and a small dining area. A neutral stone wall and parquet flooring keep the look of the room bright, a quality emphasized by the open ceiling with skylight windows that offer natural light.
This stylish man cave living room features a green-gray wall color, in addition to midcentury-modern wallpaper in two different patterns. Two neutral loveseat sofas and a brown leather armchair provide ample seating, while a trio of small brown wooden tables create a coffee table area.