“What I love about the living room is we have a neutral sofa and deep blue chairs so I could play with the color palette by layering different blues in,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “But to make the blue not too masculine we brought in pops of really pale pink and it makes the whole space totally grounded.”
A light blue color palette with crisp white accents create this calming, transitional living space. Guests can gather by the painted brick fireplace with a floating mantel or cozy up for a movie on the comfy sofa or warm leather armchairs.
This living room boasts deep blue walls and crisp white molding. The furniture is arranged to invite conversation, and everything is tied together with a beautiful brown leather ottoman atop a dramatic blue and white patterned rug.
Bold blue walls are brightened up by oversized windows providing lots of natural light in this transitional living room. A custom window bench provides seating beside a blue built-in bookshelf. Four upholstered armchairs sit beneath a modern brass chandelier.
The cool blue color scheme keeps this transitional living room feeling calm and collected. Beautiful white curtains hung from the ceiling help vertically open the space, making it seem larger and more luxurious.
After a top-to-bottom renovation, this transitional living room is now a proverbial jewel thanks to soft blue walls and matching chairs, a blue-and-green-spotted ottoman, built-in storage shelves with green backs, and a fireplace with a white mantel and blue glass tile surround.
Living room view of renovated home of Heather and Franklin Johnson in Atlanta, Georgia, as seen on HGTV's Property Brothers. The room was repainted and had refinished hardwood floors and a resurfaced fireplace to update the space.
Transitional Living Room With Camellia-Print Tibetan Rug
A lively orange-and-cream camellia-motif Tibetan rug warms this living room while complementing the white oak hardwood flooring. Cerused oak benches act as coffee tables, and electronically controlled baffles on the ceiling help shade the room.
Polygonal pieces help break up the typical rectangles and squares found in most rooms, says interior designer Kelley Lentini of House of Nomad, a Charlotte, N.C.-based firm. In a living room, a geometric brass and glass coffee table from Four Hands creates multidimensional interest.
What started as an empty, white-walled space is now a lively blue and green living room. The walls are a pale blue, with a light green on the ceiling and in the backs of the built-in bookcases. Pale blue chairs and an ottoman covered in blue-and-green circles give the room a cozy vibe.