Cheery Red Transitional Living Room With Mixed-Media Art
One of the most common mistakes homeowners make when arranging their living rooms is placing large pieces of furniture against the walls and leaving the center of the rooms open. Instead, consider a floating space plan that involves flanking your space’s focal point with proportionate seating and tables. This will keep the room balanced while also allowing direct access to the TV or focal point, like in this red transitional living room.
Red Living Room With Leather Chair & Wallpaper-Lined Shelves
It’s not hard to imagine Sherlock Holmes sitting, deep in thought, in this cozy living room, with its red walls and wallpaper-lined built-ins, traditional fireplace, antique Oriental rug, and oh-so-comfortable vintage leather armchair.
Geometric wallpaper mimics the tone of the exposed brick in this contemporary living room. To work around a bend in the wall, a small table hides behind the low-lung sofa, maximizing space and offering storage. A coffee table made from reclaimed wood is a rustic accent on the white shag rug.
Set a seating area apart by framing it within a custom cornice piece and drapes, like this example from HGTV's Great Rooms. A painting hung on top of the drapes adds visual richness and depth to the eclectic space, while white slipper chairs help to define the living room from the adjacent dining room.
Contemporary Photography Adds Drama to Red Living Room
Contemporary photography by Richard Learoyd and Richard Misarch add drama to this eclectic living room. Neutral overstuffed furniture offsets the deep red walls, while layered area rugs add texture underfoot. Decorative molding sets a formal tone overhead.
Cozy Red Living Room with White Shelving and Cozy Sectional
This living room features bright red walls as well as four windows, cozy seating areas, a low wood coffee table, a Flokati rug and a white shelving unit that is filled with books, art, copper dishes and a small TV.
Classic Red Living Room is Comfortable, Sophisticated
Bold red walls set the scene for this traditional living room. A globe chandelier lights up the seating area, which pairs patterned blue chairs and a cane-back armchair around a classic white fireplace.
Entertain in style with this coastal living room, complete with bright blue chairs, a red wraparound sofa, and a white and blue coffee table on a striped rug. Prepare cocktails from your mahogany bar off to the right, or grab a snack from the kitchen, boasting a marble counter top and plenty of seating.
Modern Asian Living Room With Beige Sectional and Red Wall
A red wall, symbolic of good luck in Chinese tradition, anchors this living area. Low, neutral furniture with built-in side tables sits above a silk handmade Cha-Cha rug by Formaonline.com. Artwork by the architect provides a finishing touch.
Cheerful Blue and Red Living Room With Sisal Area Rug
This transitional living room features a vibrant red sofa decorated with blue and tan throw pillows. A square wood coffee table sits between a pair of blue and white upholstered armchairs and a tufted tan armchair, while a sisal rug covers the hardwood floors. Tan curtains and colorful artwork provide finishing touches.
This living room features a blend of traditional decor with modern touches, including the multicolored artwork hanging above the sofa. Two U-back armchairs are positioned in front of the fireplace, while orange striped curtains and a red velvet ottoman add pops of color.
Eclectic Salon Features French and Italian Antiques
In this rust-colored salon, French and Italian antiques are paired with iconic pieces by Billy Baldwin and Warren Platner. Custom furnishings, including a quartet of 7-foot mirrored screens, add elegance and visual interest to the space.
The walls in this living room are painted red and gold, with furniture along each wall complementing both colors. Along the gold wall is a red-orange sofa, while the red wall is home to a large framed portrait of two girls.