Close to the kitchen and breakfast room, this living space is a great place to relax with friends and family. A plush, leather sectional with bright red accent pillows offers a comfy spot to sit and enjoy a movie.
Contemporary White Living Room with Brown Leather Sectional
As seen on Home Town, the Trest residence has been fully renovated by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the living room now features newly painted white walls, new flooring and window treatments to keep the room bright and open.
Just steps from the open kitchen and dining area, this spacious family room features a large sectional sofa, leather coffee table, taupe walls and three framed pieces of art mounted on the wall. Decorative brown, blue and striped pillows accent the sofa.
Instead of a front yard and backyard, the architecture of this modern home uses multiple smaller outdoor areas that all access the residence via sliding doors. Each room gets natural light from at least two sides.
Purple walls, a leather couch and a plush tufted ottoman modernize this mid-century modern living room, as seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist. A crystal and gold chandelier draws the eye upward to finish the space.
This light and bright family room features a large white leather sectional positioned in front of a stylish built-in entertainment center. A striped area rug sits atop the gray tile floor, while recessed lighting dots the vaulted ceiling.
Movie nights call for popcorn, knit blankets and cuddling up in this cozy den. A brown leather sofa provides comfortable, kid-friendly seating while recessed lights overhead can be lowered for a theater-like atmosphere.
This brown leather sectional is a smart choice in more ways than one: not only is the fabric kid and pet-friendly, but the piece easily seats the whole family! Everyone will love curling up here for a night-in.
For a family with three boys under the age of 12, a sprawling family center that opens out to the backyard was just the ticket. “An open-plan living made sense to them as they really wanted a room that would be the "heart" of the home and where they could all gather together and interact with each other, even if they are doing different activities,” says designer Nelly Reffet of Twinkle & Whistle Interior Design. To give the space an inviting feel, Reffet took care with her choices of color and material. “One of the possible downsides of open-plan living, especially in contemporary homes, is that the room may feel a little cold and impersonal,” she says. “Using ‘warm’ or earthy materials and/or colors, as well as a mix of textures is a great way to balance this, and to create a more lived-in space.”
Alternate Family Room With Leather Sectional & Stone Fireplace
Susan Brunstrum designed this casual media room with comfortable furniture and simple lines, but in the same color palette as the great room and other areas of the home. Guests can gather for a fun evening on the cream leather sectional or take a seat in one of the recliners upholstered in leather and faux fur. She painted the walls a gray-blue and placed informal book shelves and a large console table against one wall for storage and display.