This living room features a neutral color palette — whites, blacks, browns. But a variety of natural materials adds texture and visual interest to this space — from the patterned jute rug to the variety of woven baskets and pendants, the solid wood coffee table, and the leather pouf. And no space with natural materials is complete without a pop of greenery!
This is our idea of a refined-rustic farmhouse living room that would make Chip and Joanna Gaines proud. From the symmetrical white sofas and the rattan side tables to the arched mirror and display cabinet, all the pieces in this open living room nail the rustic comfort look. If you're looking for a living room layout that always works, this is it.
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.
This living room is what Modern Farmhouse dreams are made of. The seating arrangement, with two stunning white sofas flanking the fireplace, creates drama and a true wow factor! The neutral color scheme allows the furniture to pop, and it's all offset by the unexpected but welcome pop of light blue seen in the distressed rug.
A modern living room meets elegance with its neutral color palette, bright metals, and layered prints. A modern shaped gold coffee table and side tables brighten the room by reflecting sunlight. The artwork, pillows, and rugs are layered into this room with different patterns and textures adding a richness that any elegant room must have.
Coastal design has become such a hallmark of American style. The traditional neutral colors and woven textures are timeless staples of the coastal design movement that anyone can love. If you want your space to be a little more playful, remember the subtle trademarks of coastal style, give your space to experiment. Here our designer added a bit of flair by using some playful silhouettes in a casual layout.
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.
A rustic living space can be a very organic and inviting space. Warm weathered wood tones and neutral fabrics are great texture for a rustic look. Adding in fun accents pillows with plaid, flowers, or a rustic feel can make the space cozier.
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