Photo By: Robert Paul Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Morgan Yeager
Photo By: Caitlin McCarthy Design
Coastal Chic Living Room
This coastal chic living room features large framed art in a blue pattern that flows seamlessly to the wicker cushioned sofa with navy throw pillows and complimentary wicker coffee table. Two sturdy and matching blue side tables flank the couch with floor lamps on a neutral rug.
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.
Blue and White Transitional Living Room With Sectional Sofa
An L-shaped sofa frames in the conversation area in this transitional living room, where a colorful striped rug adds graphic energy. Dark blue walls are a rich and unique neutral backdrop for the space.
A striped accent wall pulls this living room together and goes well with the cream sofa and printed slipper chairs. The room is no longer dark and dreary thanks to an orange coffee table, vibrant throw pillows and the help of HGTV's Buying and Selling.
A traditional living room with a bit of modern flair features a great wooden console and an eye-catching metallic accent wall. A gallery wall with traditional art works the lamp into the mix, making the entire scene flow cohesively.
A monochromatic color palette can be used in living areas to create a room with timeless appeal. Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth has covered the walls, furnishings and accessories in this living room in similar shades of blue. The monochromatic color palette creates a calm and sophisticated living room design, where the wood and brass elements provide a soft pop of color.
A large, natural fiber rug anchors the conversation area in this traditional living room, which offers loads of seating thanks to an oversize sectional sofa. Tailored chairs with a contrast welt offer space for additional guests, and a wall of built-in bookshelves are a great spot for displaying art, photos and collections.
Exemplifying nautical style, the broad living room is adorned with traditional oil paintings of seaward ships. Tranquil shades of blue are evidenced throughout—from the relaxed furniture to the faux-painted walls.