This open living room features a blend of Southwestern and midcentury modern elements and includes a metal-and-glass coffee table and matching console table, wood-and-leather armchairs, a wagon wheel chandelier, a faux animal skin rug, and a wide neutral sofa with Southwestern pillows.
Symmetry is key in this transitional living room. Centered by a traditional coffee table, the paired white sofas and armchairs naturally balance each other and the wood flooring. Against the back wall, a wooden bookcase and door anchor the fireplace on either side, while the French doors complement the room's arches.
This petite living space mixes rustic and Southwestern styles for a feel that's warm and inviting. Decorative lath wall panels clad the exterior wall where barn doors once hung. Those same doors have been repurposed to slide over the large living room window when privacy is desired.
Exposed wood beams, hardwood floors and a rich brown leather sofa bring a warm, southwestern vibe to this comfortable living room. The stucco fireplace is an eye-catching focal point, flanked by two cozy white armchairs.
A southwestern fireplace is a stunning focal point in this contemporary, white living room. Bright blue club chairs surround a snakeskin ottoman, making a chic and comfortable sitting area in front of the fireplace. A contemporary bubble-like chandelier
This equestrian-themed living room area features a faux animal skin rug, a wide beige sofa with abundant throw pillows, two wood-and-leather armchairs, a glass coffee table, and a wagon-wheel chandelier.
Reclaimed barnwood, stone and zinc used on the fireplace feature wall in the family room bring together elements used throughout the home for a cohesive look. A fender in front of the fireplace provides a cozy place to sit and soak up the warmth.
Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality to this comfortable living room. A pair of slipcovered sofas centers on the stone fireplace, and by the window is a cozy seating area that takes in the natural light.
A custom sawcut concrete patten throughout the main living area was painstakingly laid out to best accommodate all the angles and transitions throughout the rooms. The strong architectural lines are highlighted and enhanced by the interior details throughout every aspect of this space -- from the dramatic fireplace to the custom dining table, which was fabricated by the talented homeowner.
This Spanish-styled living room is designed to be comfortable for the whole family with finishes and textures that are timeless, durable and authentic. The large space works well for entertaining large crowds, as well as for small family gatherings.
Rebar is highlighted as a design feature in this unique fireplace and repeated in other elements throughout the home. The lighting through the pattern casts dramatic shadows across the textured golden walls. The pocketing glass doors disappear at the touch of a button to create a seamless connection between indoors and outdoors.
The owners of this Spanish Colonial wanted an open concept first floor, so designers used arches to create a brighter, more open space. These arches provide the warm living room with direct access to the kitchen, Florida room and the private spaces upstairs.
Wall-to-wall windows illuminate this open concept living room with exposed beam ceilings and a Southwestern vibe. A brown leather armchair is positioned next to the wooden coffee table, while the nearby dining room boasts a wooden table and white metal chairs.
Inspired by Spanish and Mexican interior design, this Dallas home is made for entertaining large crowds, as well as small family gatherings. Centered around a stucco fireplace, the living room furniture creates a cozy, intimate grouping. A large built-in houses favorite collectibles and frames a gilded piece of art.