This space has a rustic flair with a leather sectional that brings some color to this neutral space. A reclaimed wood coffee table completes the space and adds texture and interest. Elements like natural woods help to add to the rustic style.
This minimal living room has the perfect mix of class and style. Large abstract artworks take advantage of the amazingly high ceilings, while the sofas and chairs are sleek and sophisticated yet inviting in their conversational layout. A neutral color palette always pairs wonderfully with minimalism.
Antiques don't always have to be statement pieces. Sometimes incorporating antique furniture as a subtle accent is just the thing. Below, we’re using an antique trunk as a coffee table. And a coffee table with built-in storage, no less! As a whole, the room is a mix of modern and traditional lines, so this trunk blends in quite naturally.
Sometimes you want to bring together an eclectic collection of items in a contemporary space. To do this successfully, try to limit the color pallet to no more than four colors. Here gray, blue, tan, and pops of red let our designer go wild with patterns and texture without ever going overboard with taste.
Nothing says, "festive" more than this traditional-inspired holiday living room. Comfort is at the center of this space by way of the plush sofa and warm brown leather accent chair. We've layered a few plaid pillows with warm throw blankets to create the ultimate sofa set-up for the holiday season.
Green and red often recall Christmas time. But, because no one wants their living room to look like Santa's coming in August, many interior designers avoid the color combo all together. However, green and red can create a space that feels both fresh and interesting when used correctly. In this living room, a subtle terracotta red mixes organically with a cactus green for a Southwestern relaxed vibe and not Santa Claus.
This Mid-Century Modern living room is the picture of uniformity. With sofas mirrored and chairs evenly spaced, this room boasts eye-pleasing symmetry. Large plants in each corner round out the design and add height and dimension to the room.
Hygge, a Danish word that sums up a sense of coziness and well-being, has been a popular concept in the interior design world for some time. We can understand why, with the style's hallmark use of organic textures, airy color schemes, and soft lighting alternatives, a hygge designed space, like this living room, is sure to bring a feeling of comfort to anyone who finds themselves in it.
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