Shades of white and ivory add elegance to your living room. Don't fret about keeping your palette pure white: you can mix ivory and white tones and incorporate older pieces with newer ones in this way.
An outdoor seating area grouped by the fireplace is the perfect place to gather at the end of a long day. The addition of the ceiling fan and art above the fireplace make this white porch feel like an outdoor living room.
This traditional living room with floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors feels open and airy, with a large tufted sectional sofa with studded accents, a dark wooden coffee table, and sheer window treatments.
The "captain's chair" in the corner of this traditional living room offers the best view in the house. This traditional Brooklyn townhouse overlooks New York Harbor and features carefully restored period details, like reclaimed antique heart pine flooring and cast iron radiators.
Two rows of windows, stacked on top of each other, fill this living room with tons of natural light. The curtains' graphic blue border helps call attention to the sky-high ceiling and ties in with the navy blue sofa.