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A Neutral Living Room Filled With Natural Materials

A Neutral Living Room Filled With Natural Materials

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!

Timelessness In Neutrals

Timelessness In Neutrals

Neutral tones in this living room provide a calming space that can easily be livened up for holiday gatherings by just switching out the pillows! The large Florence Table Lamps by Jamie Young provide ample light for reading and entertaining with a mid-century flair. The leather and exposed wood accent chairs add a sculptural element to the living room.

Moody Tranquility

Moody Tranquility

Create a space anchored in comfort but bold in style by pairing moody wall art with inviting decor. In this space, a stormy landscape image hangs above cozy modern-rustic decor. Pops of blue throughout the room tie in the art's colors and make it stand out.

Rustic Living Room With a Collected Appeal

Rustic Living Room With a Collected Appeal

The natural materials in this space give it a rustic and slightly eclectic vibe making each item feel personal and like it was collected over time.

Updated Traditional Living Room Design

Updated Traditional Living Room Design

This living room pairs a mix of transitional and traditional design elements to get a totally unique look. To get this vibe in your space, start with a classic blue and white color palette and warm it up with rich wood tones.

Beachy but Not Kitschy

Beachy but Not Kitschy

The natural textures and pale hues associated with coastal style can be a great way to make a space feel casual and inviting. But, it can be easy to veer into kitschy territory with all the beach themed decor. To create a space that feels more subtle, stick to items that recall the beach but don't reference it too directly. In this living room, sandy wood finishes, pale blue accents, and shell-like vessels are nice nods to the coast that don't feel too obvious. 

Rustic Touches for Eclectic Warmth


Rustic Touches for Eclectic Warmth

Leather, linen, and rich wood finishes add a rustic edge to this contemporary foundational furniture in this living room, making it feel eclectic, warm, and enticing.

Shapely Shilloettes for Minimalist Cozy Cool


Shapely Shilloettes for Minimalist Cozy Cool

There's a misconception that minimalism is austere and pretentious. However, this living room's minimalist style proves that it can be cozy and cool thanks to the rounded silhouettes of the foundational furniture and soft textiles.

Pillow Perfection in a Traditional Living Room

Pillow Perfection in a Traditional Living Room

A fun and easy way to play with your living room style is with pillows. Here a traditional style space gets added approachability thanks to some pillows in invited (and cozy) rustic materials like suede and faux-fur.

Add Interest With Pattern

Add Interest With Pattern

A traditional rug adds subtle depth to this relaxed contemporary space, adding a bit of interest and making it a little more inviting.

Cozy Rustic Living Room: Neutrals

Cozy Rustic Living Room: Neutrals

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.

Green Versatility

Green Versatility

So much of the natural world is green, from the dark moody-green of the forest to the jungle's rich hues. Perhaps this ecological diversity is to thank for how versatile green can be in interior design. In this transitional space, warm pea-greens feel both trendy and traditional, bridging the gap between the more classical and contemporary furniture styles.

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