Contemporary design flows from this warm living room. A large purple sofa sits opposite the wall of windows letting in lots of natural light, with the nearby art wall illuminated by a modern globe floor lamp. A creamy stone-inspired coffee table sits on top of a large striped area rug in black-and-white.
Traditional Living Room with Castle-Inspired Details
Architectural detail abounds in this space, from the inlaid flooring to the beamed, cathedral-height ceiling, to the custom wrought-iron balcony rails. A Medieval-inspired chandelier gives a nod to the castle-like detailing in the home's architecture. A stone fireplace creates a focal point, and traditional furnishings are in proportion with the room's generous dimensions.
Grand Old World Living Room With Hand-Painted Ceiling
Nothing says old world magnificence like the hand-painted cathedral ceiling and two-tier chandelier of this elegant gathering room. Looking up, the room emits a feeling of Italian renaissance and splendor, while the furnishings and accessories deliver a traditional and comfortable spin on old world style. The most spectacular piece in the room is the 16th-century fireplace imported from Cyprus. Designer Lori Venners added beige Knole sofas to pull in the gold hues from the ceiling detail while also complementing the chocolate-brown draperies and dark wood furniture.
Dark brown leather furniture, brown and grey upholstered chairs, and black marble wall tile coordinate with the room's light brown wall color and wood bar area to create a brown color schemed living room with neutral tones. Neutral walls and drapes help balance the room.
This elegant living room is covered from floor to ceiling in lustrous wood for rustic lodge feel. A charming fireplace offers a cozy spot to relax with one of the many books that fill the built-in shelves.
The media room adds dramatic color and rich, masculine accents, creating the feeling of a true bachelor pad. Perfect for entertaining, this room offers a bar, media equipment and accommodates up to 12 people. Back-lit movie posters on canvas add theater ambiance, while a comfortable sectional is a great spot for watching a movie.
Crisp white curtains and natural light help to brighten this living room first featured on HGTV's Buying and Selling. Nesting coffee tables and a patterned area rug anchor the seating area that includes transitional furniture and colorful artwork.
Mediterranean Living Room With Arched Windows and Stone Fireplace
Arched doors frame this bright and airy living room, which features a large stone fireplace and glass coffee table. The decor takes on a Mediterranean vibe with its earthy blue and brown floral upholstered furniture and pillows, and the bronze urns with green ivy that sit on the mantel.
Framed family photos hang behind the couch and leather armchair, creating a gallery wall. A polished nickel floor lamp with a drum shade adds sophistication to the space. The diamond patterned floor pouf serves as a foot rest or stool.
The Ikat area rug is the starting point of the room's color palette and perfect for this kid-friendly living room since it's industrial-strength nylon. The gleaming side table mimics the chrome accents of the bright pink chair and adds a glam note to the room.
Arched French doors and windows bring in tons of natural light, as well as provides beautiful views of the California coast. Traditional furniture in floral upholstery pairs with a classic area rug and hardwood floors to create a comfortable living space.
Chris mixed modern with traditional to create a transitional design style. He paired a tailored, button-tufted, 1960s-style sofa with an ovular, bronze and glass coffee table that has more traditional lines. For rustic, masculine texture, Chris opted for end tables made of driftwood with glass tops. A pair of mid-century modern table lamps added a touch of the unexpected to the space. Altogether the furniture arrangement came to slightly over $2000. After searching for art, Chris couldn't find anything he connected with and instead had a professional photographer shoot his collectible Cutlass convertible, and then had it framed as fine art.