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Traditional Living Room With Ottoman Table
A leather-topped table in this traditional living area strikes a balance between a conventional coffee table and an ottoman. The round shape creates a cozy, informal feel. Soft lamp lighting illuminates the room's warm color palette creating a cozy sitting area.
Coffee tables don't always need to have hard edges. Look for a round shape, and an ottoman can serve double duty as seating and a coffee table. Here's an example from a room by Linda Castle of Decorated Designs, a metro Atlanta interior design firm.
A sofa table topped with a pair of tall table lamps help to divide this open living room from the rest of the home. This cozy, traditional living room also features built-in bookcases, a conversational seating area, a brick fireplace and hardwood floors.
Neutral Transitional Living Room With Coffee Table Ottoman
This custom-designed coffee table can double as an ottoman thanks to the padding lining the outer edge. The functional piece anchors this transitional living room space, which also includes two plaid sofas and architectural touches like exposed ceiling beams and columns.
Multicolored Eclectic Living Room With Green Ottoman Table
The homeowners wanted this living room, like the rest of their home, to be family friendly, elegant, luxe and sophisticated, but with a sense of whimsy and fun. The space had to be equally comfortable and appealing for both kids and adults. The space plan offers great flexibility, with the large ottoman completely mobile and a small lucite lamp table that can be easily set aside for play dates.
If you want to prevent a traditional room from looking too stuffy, try adding a pop of modern. The ghost chair in this living room maintains a traditional feel with its classic form yet adds a touch of modern with its lucite material.
Traditional Living Room With Metallic Coffee Table
Traditional furnishings create an elegant atmosphere in this neutral living room, and a painted brick fireplace lends charm. Metallic accents add a dose of glam, and contemporary artwork adds an updated touch.
This traditional family room is designed for a young family. Ikat, paisley, faux leather and faux animal print fabrics are combined to bring excitement to the room while also making it kid-friendly with stain-resistant fabrics.
Celebrating true Ottoman aesthetics, this room is grounded in rich tones of gold and garnet. The traditional Turkish area rug inspired the opulent selections of velvet, sateen and silk for the sofa and pillows.
Eclectic Living Room With Wood Console Table, Brown Leather Ottomans
Part of what makes this living room so visually interesting is the way that designer Veronica Solomon paired traditional elements, like crown molding and a stone fireplace, with more modern pieces, like the brown leather ottomans. Though different in style, their mutually neutral hues allow them to work well in the same space.
Traditional Living Room with Skirted Table and Mirrored Side Table
A skirted table can soften a room, especially if you have other wood furniture, molding or beams. To save more money, hunt in the fabric remnant section, or use a white canvas or even a long tablecloth to cover the table and add a glass top. Parker Kennedy Living also added a round mirror to the top of the side table. Mirror companies often stock round mirrors, which is more affordable than having one cut to the size. "That’s a good way to get a lot of bang for the buck for a table under $50," said interior designer Lance Jackson. "It puts a little more custom look to it."
Green Traditional Living Room With Nailhead Coffee Table
Varying shades of green come together for a calming effect in this traditional living room. A soft brown leather ottoman with nailhead detail makes for a perfect coffee table or extra seating during parties.