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Photo By: Lauren Nelson Design
Photo By: Taylor Architectural Photography
Contemporary Living Room Flows Right Into Dining Area
Columns once separated the living room and dining area, making each space feel smaller and disconnected. By removing these, the designers were able to open the home's floor plan and create a sense of flow from one room to the next.
Slate gray walls set the scene for this eclectic living room. Black-and-white armchairs add pattern and texture to the neutral sofa and sleek white coffee table. Sliding glass doors bring in natural light, while a graphic-printed rug adds style underfoot.
Vignettes Add Symmetry to Eclectic-Midcentury Modern Design
To add symmetry to the Eclectic-Modern living room, designers placed identical vignettes on either side of the fireplace. These vignettes are made up of clear, modern desks and stylish, Midcentury Modern stools. These features give the living room a dual purpose as an office. To help add a little dimension and height to the areas, artwork was added to the walls, finishing off the design.
Multiple patterns are beautifully coordinated across this seating area –– from the geometric rug and ottomans to the chevron pillows and ikat chairs. The sleek, transitional lines of the furniture help execute the pattern-heavy design.
Contemporary Gray Living Room With Yellow Area Rug
A mustard yellow rug defines this cozy seating area. The bold yellow accents pop against gray furnishings and a charcoal-colored brick focal wall. An intriguing metal chair made of vintage radiators sits next to the focal wall for added visual interest.
Gray Transitional Living Room With Stone Fireplace
Two low benches add seating by this living room's windows, but don't block any of the lovely light. In between windows, the fireplace's dark gray chimney helps draw the eye up, emphasizing the vaulted ceiling.
Traditional Living Room With Tweed Sofa and Art Deco Accents
The high style of this living room recalls Hollywood in its heyday. Deep, soft upholstery contrasts the clean lines of the coffee table and art deco desk. While mostly neutral grays and beiges were used throughout, the purple Murano glass lamp and the eggplant-colored pillow add a bit of color.
The formal living room blends effortlessly with the rest of the home, but has a decidedly more intimate feel. Rich gray walls are paired with neutral furnishings and a gray graphic area rug. Curtains blend grays, pink and creams, while bright pink pillows add color.