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Chic Fireside Conversation Area

Chic Fireside Conversation Area

A mix of warm neutrals and cool grays make this living room—conversation area, both chic and inviting. The contrast of the gray wall against the warm furniture pieces in the foreground help define the seating area and show off the interesting detail on the wall behind it.

Jewel-Toned Artist Studio

Jewel-Toned Artist Studio

If you have a large office or art studio and need a more comfortable place to write, think of new ideas, or even just take a nap, a long sofa is a perfect addition! It will balance out the room and provide extra seating for visitors if you like to host open studio hours. Choose a deep color for an accent wall to divide the space and make it feel more personal.

Chic Fireside Conversation Area in Neutrals

Chic Fireside Conversation Area in Neutrals

A mix of warm neutrals and cool grays make this living room—conversation area, both chic and inviting. The contrast of the gray wall against the warm furniture pieces in the foreground help define the seating area and show off the interesting detail on the wall behind it.

Modern Rustic Living Room: High Impact, Low Budget

Modern Rustic Living Room: High Impact, Low Budget

This modern rustic living space is stunning, with leather armchairs, a durable jute rug and a deep green fireplace wall. The best kicker of this space is the affordable budget used to create it!

Relax-Ready Living Room

Relax-Ready Living Room

You should feel at home in every part of your home. Make sure your living room feels kick back and relax ready by mixing in warm-colored pillows. And don't forget to keep a blanket nearby!

Organic Modernist Open Living Space

Organic Modernist Open Living Space

One of the challenges in designing an open living and dining space is making sure that the different areas tie together. Take a page from this modern living space. There's a focus on midcentury-style designs that have bold lines, like boxy chairs, curved back seats, and splayed legs. Then it pairs that with an organic, earth tone palette that lets the natural hues of materials and textures shine, from the tan leather sofa to the wood sideboard. Keeping your focus on earthy hues and midcentury designs is a great way to merge large spaces in the home. 

Contemporary Living In Neutrals

Contemporary Living In Neutrals

A big and ample sectional in white is decorated by pillows and crowned by artworks, all in neutrals bringing serenity to this living room. Warm neutrals make it more inviting, a perfect place to chill out and have a conversation with friends. The abstract artworks make it oh so modern!

Pastel Industrial Living Room

Pastel Industrial Living Room

The living room is filled with different shades of pink to give more depth to the living room. Two ottomans add extra seating for larger gatherings. The ceiling light provides multi directional lighting to brighten the space.

Earthy Rustic Living Space

Earthy Rustic Living Space

Pillows with a shade of terracotta are great accents to the grey sofa. Light beige curtains add freshness, its calming feel and transparency help to bring the outdoors inside this living room. The patterned red-ish rug is a statement piece.

Industrial Style Mirror

Industrial Style Mirror

The square mirror with a black metal frame is a classic industrial piece. The side table with three levels is simple but provides plenty of space for storage. The pillows match the wall color to focus on a pastel theme.

Creating Contrast In A Mid-Century Modern Living Room

Creating Contrast In A Mid-Century Modern Living Room

When creating a Mid-Century Modern living room, it can be easy to get lost in all the selections for color, warm wood tones, and playful art. To keep your eye moving throughout your space, and to keep it interested while doing so, add contrast in your rug, pillows, art, and accessories! With white as your base color, you can use different shades of blue to create a standout living room that makes a statement! 

A Minimalist View

A Minimalist View

Minimalism doesn't have to be boring. Clean and focused this space is put together and simple. Bring in pieces that have straight lines, keeping patterns and textures neutral and monochromatic.

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