The open concept living room in this urban home combines dark brown and classic white tones giving the space a roomy feeling. Marble-topped tables sit next to a brown leather couch with a neutral, gray rug lining the floor.
Open and inviting, this open concept living area is prefect for entertaining or relaxing as you enjoy the view. Crisp white decor is complimented with soft green and yellow hues while the urban style brings character and style to the space.
Gallery walls will always be timeless and classic, but interior designers continue to find new ways to decorate spaces above living room sofas. From flags and rugs to oversized art, many options are low cost and involve very little effort.
Light and Bright Loft Living Room With a City View
This loft living room blends an industrial exposed ceiling with modern touches, like the gray L-shaped sofa and a metal sculpture that nearly touches the ceiling. A square brown leather chair offers the perfect view through the room's large windows, allowing a peek at the balcony area and city skyline.
A long gray sectional is paired with a low glass coffee table and hardwood floors for this contemporary living room. Exposed beams bring a touch of rustic to the space, while white walls keep the room light and airy.
This home office features exposed brick and cement walls, a dead giveaway of its urban setting. Black metal floating shelves provide storage above a wall-to-wall desk and modern desk chair. A cherry red countertop adds a pop color to the spacious work station.
Minimalism is key in this white dining space. A simple rug gives the dining area a sense of separation in the open-plan urban home. Contemporary art adds a few colorful top notes to warm the space and infuse it with life.
This Austin urban oasis is the pure definition of open concept living. The kitchen is modern, bright and light, with stone-colored cabinetry to match the marble island, an elegant circular chandelier and large, wooden dining table.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in this living room, devoid of curtains or blinds, frame the arresting city views like a giant piece of art. The stripped-down white sofa appears to float in the center of the space.
This fireplace is clad in new bricks and features a custom designed trim and screen. The industrial chandelier over the dining table works perfectly to balance out the off center fireplace in this modern Park Slope apartment.The baseboard and window sills were replaced with wood reclaimed from an old Brooklyn building for a one-of-a-kind look.