Plenty of Seating in Sophisticated Lodge Inspired Living Room
The furniture in this space gives the homeowners a perfect place to entertain. With plenty of seating in the convertible sleeper sofas, chairs and ottomans, the family can gather easily in one room, while vignettes offer a certain level of privacy. Modern end tabled and coffee table complete this sophisticated, masculine space.
A gorgeous family room that features a mix of textures and warm neutral tones. The exposed beams, circular chandelier and warm wood coffee table adds rustic charm, while the neutral color palette creates an inviting atmosphere.
With easy access to a bunk room, this family room hosts kids and their grownups with laid-back style. Pops of bright red, including a big beanbag, bring the cheer. And there's a bar to handle all the drink orders.
Log Cabin Living Room With High Ceiling and Antler Chandelier
This living room features logs reclaimed from 19th century homes, a high ceiling with antler chandelier and exposed beam, a large fireplace with stone surround, and abundant seating in multiple sitting area groupings.
The rustic style of this living room gets a dose of contemporary whimsy with wallpaper depicting a log pile and fabric featuring squirrels perched on tree branches. And is that a gold pendant light hanging in the corner...or a pinecone?
This beautiful, rustic chic great room features high-arched ceilings, exposed beams and natural materials, from large accent stones to hardwood flooring. The space is filled with plenty of neutral-toned seating, all centered around the grand fireplace.
From the moment he stepped into his new home, Mikel liked what he saw and knew what he wanted to do. The designer remembers that the unit had just been renovated and had everything he needed to create the space he wanted. With a fresh clean slate, he set out to create his perfect aesthetic - bringing the look and feel of his favorite Hamptons getaways to his own home. Combining different textures in a soothing, neutral color palette, the living room embodies the warm, rustic feel that the he wanted to come home to every day.
The design of this expansive house allows for lots of natural light to pour into the interior, reducing the need for artificial lighting in the daytime. The large clerestory windows face to the north bringing in reflected light with no heat.
The new living room in the King home is open and spacious. Walls have been removed, creating a much more open feel. Shiplap has been put in and new wood floors have been installed, as seen on Fixer Upper.