Photo By: Bob Graham, Jr. Photography courtesy of Hallmark Homes Group
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.
This traditional living room features gray walls and a gold-framed painting that hangs above a marble fireplace. Classic armchairs, a glass coffee table and formal table lamps make the space feel elegant.
Shades of Gray Traditional Living Room with Bursts of Soft Green
This traditional living room, a room makeover from HGTV's Flip or Flop, projects an upscale French style both in its color scheme and ornate furniture and accessory selections. The color palette includes white, silver and shades of gray, while the soft green in the pillows, throw and faux greenery mirror the colors seen from the window for a soft blend of hues.
This traditional living room exudes elegance from its luxe gold draperies to its intricate floral chandelier. The gray upholstered armchairs and chaise ground the space, bringing the room additional style with their patterned fabric.
Dark gray walls pair with and amber-colored ceiling, creating a comfortable, masculine living room. An eclectic mix of furniture, from the orange suede sofa to the leopard-printed armchairs, make a cozy conversation area. A built-in bar is perfect for entertaining, while a southwestern-inspired area rug grounds the space.
Gray walls and white trim set a fresh, clean tone in this ground-level family room in Brooklyn. A modular sofa and a desk turn the room into a multifunctional living area. Meanwhile, French doors to the back garden connect the home to the outdoors.
Amazing grays, indeed! In this traditional living room, the walls are painted a dove gray with crisp white accents for the molding and window frames. The choice helps to soften and add depth to the space.
Traditional Gray Living Room With Antique Cabinet and Antlers
Varying sizes of mounted antlers hang above a gray, distressed antique cabinet with open middle shelf. A dark patterned arm chair sits in the foreground. The majority of color is provided by the large framed artwork of a flower garden and the small surrounding plants.
Traditional Living Room With Neutral Stone Fireplace
The stone fireplace in the living room is able to connect the interior with the nature outside. Paired with primitive cow hide pillows and natural hardwood floors, the traditional style is clearly evident among the sleek furnishings and finishes.
After guests have passed through the entryway, this stunning living room is their first view of the house. While the space is simple, it has unique features that give it elegance and style. The neutral colors of the walls and the fabrics give the space a fresh, calm feeling, but the designers selected different textures of fabric to add depth to this space. The light, linen sofa is nicely juxtaposed with the heavily textured side chairs, and the patterned curtains add a touch of personality. All of these fabrics work together to create a simple, unique design with a light, fresh feel.
Traditional Yet Comfortable Living Room Includes Grasscloth Feature Wall
Though most of this Atlanta living room is treated with layers of neutral gray tones and white, the use of blue grasscloth behind the custom-built shelves creates a pop of color and adds extra depth to the design. Comfortable Bernhardt chairs featuring well-tailored upholstery is arranged to promote conversation.
Living Room With Leopard-Print Rug and Curved Sectional
Narrow curtains between the windows warms up the white windows, creating a cozy sitting area. A curved sectional and two patterned chairs provide comfortable seating, while a leopard-print rug fills the adjacent open space. A contemporary art piece makes a statement in this room's muted color palette.
An oversized sectional is paired with comfortable armchairs and a trio of hexagon coffee tables to create a warm, inviting living space. Large pieces of artwork hang above the traditional fireplace, helping to bring the two-story space to scale with the rest of the furnishings.