Even in homes with the same floor plan, the living room is always left with the indelible imprint of the family that lives there. It’s a place with books, televisions, and deep, cozy sofas. It’s a room where you can spend a quick minute in the morning, or a whole day.
1- Living room turns a narrow space into something welcoming with a carefully sized couch and built-in shelving for attractive display.
2- The gray accent wall in this living room is used as a theme with gray sofas flanking a neutral coffee table. Different textures in the sofa, area rug, and hardwood floor add tactile interest.
3-This living room uses natural elements including tulips and throw pillows in a vine design to make a comfortable, feminine retreat.
4- Chandeliers are usually reserved for dining areas and foyers. The combination of this classical chandelier and hardwood floors makes this living area feel more like a converted ballroom, which adds another layer of decadence.
5-This modern space, with its clean lines and recessed lighting, feels like a corporate apartment. A place to relax after a long day without any unnecessary frills.
6- This modern loft living room uses light colors to reflect and call attention to the sunlight that is allowed to stream through the massive windows. Small pops of color add warmth without being too edgy.
7- A television doesn’t always have to be the focus of a living room. Here, a modern fireplace acts as a focal point and conversation piece.