Relax on the cream-colored sectional in this neutral transitional living room with high ceilings. The area rug and media console in earth tones ground the room, with a wall of windows drawing attention to the swimming pool outside.
The high ceilings in this living room brighten and open this space. A couch and ottoman over a floral rug create one of two seating areas. A love seat and a buffet round out the second seating area in this space. The natural light from the tall windows is enhanced with a tall floor lamp.
This transitional basement living room provides the perfect spot to enjoy a favorite show, hang out with the family or get cozy with a good book. Neutral tones and a stacked-stone fireplace add warmth to the space while rich wood built-ins provide stylish storage.
A masculine living room gives way to a stylish dining room. The blue armchairs in the living room are tied in to the dining room via the blue-striped curtains that shade windows in both spaces. Cowhide ottomans add color and personality.
A neutral palette creates a sophisticated, timeless appeal in this transitional living room. Comfortable armchairs pair with a sofa to create a relaxing spot to converse or watch TV. Classic trim and marble surround the fireplace for a warm focal point.
A neutral transitional living room flows into the open concept kitchen with bar seating. Complimentary colors unify the two spaces. The recessed ceiling adds drama and makes the room living room appear larger.
"I love gray — I think I always will," says interior designer Lexi Westergard. "However, I am definitely using it differently than I have in the past. I still love it for bathroom cabinet colors, pillows, rugs and accents. I am loving more of a greige or white for wall colors. I think this year we will see white as the dominant, go-to neutral color for walls."
If bright white walls are a bit out of your comfort zone, try a warm gray tone that’s light enough to almost look white, like Lexi did in this living room. She chose Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray, one of her favorite paint colors.
In this formal living room, the decor is given a crisp finish by painting the crown molding black to contrast the white walls and ceiling. The color is echoed in the mirror and even the television, helping the design feel unified.
This home's kitchen and dining areas flow seamlessly into the primary living room, making the neutral space conducive for entertaining. The living room's taupe sofas and beige armchairs provide ample seating for guests.
From the furniture to the fixtures, this transitional living room showcases comfort and design. A skylight brings natural light into the room, brighting the white walls and highlighting the tile flooring and decorative pendant lights.