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Contemporary Rustic Living Room With Colorful Rug
The jewel box of a living room is wonderfully full of personality with a vibrant rug, playful animal pillows and a collection of houseplants. The rug's rich colors are a perfect foil to the room's rustic wood paneled walls and exposed beams.
This large scale room is brought down to earth with natural accessories like the log coffee table, indoor topiaries and low-slung furniture. The custom "bonfire" in the fireplace adds a touch of whimsy to the hard surfaces surrounding the fireplace.
A large open concept layout connects the living room, dining room and kitchen. The dining room and kitchen are farther away from the lake views, so the designer raised them up on a small platform. That and a small railing help set those spaces apart from the living room.
A large stone fireplace is the focal point in this spacious and rustic living room. A vaulted wood ceiling draws the eye upward toward a pair of mounted antlers, while comfy furnishing, including matching wingback chairs and a zebra-print ottoman, anchor the seating area below.
Rustic Neutral Living Room With Two Leather Armchairs
This handsome living room is full of rustic touches like the high ceilings and exposed beams reminiscent of a barn's interior. But the furnishings are all about comfort: two leather armchairs, two long sofas and a fireplace to cozy up the space.
Windows, Fireplace Add Drama in Two Story Living Room
Two stories of windows and a stone fireplace surround create visual drama in this otherwise understated living room. Natural light streams through the windows and offers views of the surrounding wooded lot, making the room a perfect spot to while away the hours while on retreat.
The rustic living room of this Wyoming family retreat is oriented to take maximum advantage of the stunning, sweeping view. A raw-edge coffee table mixes with clean-lined furnishings to give the home a modern vibe despite its rustic locale. Meanwhile, a tall stone fireplace and beamed ceiling tie in with the log cabin architecture. The house was designed as a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families, and it offers both public and private spaces for relaxation. The home is packed with space but has a cozy cabin feel.
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.
The lot size of this oceanfront residence is small, so designers maximized the usable space with sliding doors that disappear into the walls. The move makes the flow between indoors and out totally seamless.
This lodge inspired living room is a unique space, perfect for entertaining. Floor to ceiling wood makes the space feel warm, like a hunting lodge, but large windows bring in plenty of natural light, making the space feel brighter. Furniture with darker colors and textures, such as leather and wood, blend with pieces like the ceiling fan and light fixtures to make the space masculine, yet sophisticated.
Decatur is known for its distinct, historic neighborhoods, eclectic food, and vibrant downtown: it is not known for log cabins. My clients are the owners of this unlikely urban retreat, and wanted to design a space that provided a TV-free zone to read, relax, eat, and play games as a family.
We got rid of the draperies and painted the windows gray for a more open and modern feel. A new mantle and all new furniture made for a refreshed and now usable space!
Exposed beam vaulted ceilings allow this neutral living room to feel open and spacious. A gray stone floor-to-ceiling fireplace adds a rustic touch, while built-in dark wood shelving and cabinets on either side provide room for books and decor. Two brown leather sofas and floral upholstered armchairs provide the finishing touches.