This room is all about the view, but in this small beach cottage, every inch counts. Designers decided to go with an extra long sectional (for the sitting space) and a fun hanging chair in the corner. The rest of the floor plan was kept open so that people can be sitting at the many turquoise stools at the island as well as the living space without additional furniture in between. A fun assortment of various sized tables is an uncluttered look.
While there might be an absence of color in the design of this living room, there is a host of textures to tease the eye. The homeowners wanted a relaxed look with durable furnishings, so the designers were sure to integrate stain resistant fabrics and finishes throughout the home.
This living room boasts a timeless style with crisp, white walls that are accented by different hues of blue seen in the furnishings. Not only is this space traditional, it is soothing and evokes a sense of content.
Glamorous Formal Living Room Features Baby Blue Built-Ins
This luxurious formal living room features porcelain tile fireplace and exquisite baby blue built-ins. This room was designed to be a soothing and relaxing space perfect to curl up with a good book and designer Traci Connell did just that.
Open Floor Plan Dining Living Kitchen with Modern Coastal Aesthetic
This open plan design allows for maximum square footage for people and entertaining. Spaces were planned to take advantage of the windows and water views. The spaces share an open ceiling space clad with shiplap, adding to the coastal vibe. Tech Lighting was added across the space with many heads so that at night, light can be tossed up to the ceiling to keep the room from feeling cavernous.
White, bright and natural light and the words that come to mind when looking at this kitchen and living space. Pops of blue and yellow shine against the white walls and ceilings. The exposed wood beam adds architectural interest.
Contemporary Living Space with Wood Stained Ceiling
Contemporary open living room and dining area features handwoven baskets and a textured wood coffee table for storage, a large gray sofa, hardwood floors to match the stained beams, and geometric pendant lights.
Rustic Living Room With French Doors and Stone Fireplace
Natural light flows in to the living room that is full of richness and warmth thanks to the wooden ceiling and stone fireplace. Pairs of white-washed French doors open the space up to the beautiful lake beyond.
This living room opens to the kitchen, creating an open concept design. White and blue are seen throughout these two space, creating a light, fresh and airy look. The transitional design brings a timeless element into this home.
Third-Floor Living Room Offers Sweeping Views of Atlantic Ocean
The living room of this New Hampshire coastal home is located on the third floor to maximize views of the ocean. Low-slung, neutral furnishings allow for the attention to stay on the beautiful views through the picture windows along three sides of the room. Touches of blue in the room's accents tie the look to the blue cabinetry in the adjacent kitchen.
Modern Living Room Embraces Generous Arizona Sunlight
During renovation, the stairs in the living room were repositioned along the side wall, which allowed a new opening between the room and the adjacent kitchen and encouraged movement of light and views through the two spaces. Sculptural rings hang from the ceiling, emphasizing the height of the room, while glass partitions running along the stairs and landing allow for the generous Arizona sunlight to travel to all corners of the home.
Bright, Modern Living Room Highlights Dramatic Ceiling Height
Dramatic fireplace detail and sculptural rings emphasize the height of this two-story living room. During a renovation of the home, the stairs were repositioned along the side wall, which allowed a new opening between the room and the adjacent kitchen and encouraged movement of light and views through the two spaces.
Windows, Glass Panels Allow Light to Travel Through Large Living Space
Patio doors and clerestory windows bring an abundance of light into this spacious living room. The glass-paneled enclosure along the landing allows the light to travel through the upstairs hallway, and white walls throughout the space reflect the light, resulting in an airy look.
A patio was added to the front of this home during renovation, creating an outdoor living space that connected to the home's sitting room for ultimate livability. Bifolding screens were added to the patio to limit the effects of the bright desert sun on the room during the day. The perforations on the screen allow for a breeze to enter both the outdoor patio space and the indoor room when the sliding doors are open.