Regardless of the style you want to adopt, the interior design of the living room should be a perfect combination of functional and beautiful. It‘s why every little detail needs to be carefully chosen. We’re talking about color palette, pattern, texture, layout, materials and everything else.
The indoor living area and the outdoor swimming pool line up in a design by Marmol Radziner, a project known as Vienna Way Residence. The two zones are separated by sliding glass doors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Even though large and spacious living rooms are usually the most impressive, small living spaces can be interesting too. This one by White Interior Design maintains a simple and earthy color palette. The sofa and the wall unit almost seem like a single piece. The low coffee table and the flooring also coordinate really well. When the living space is limited, the color palette tends to be simplified.
High ceilings, lots of large windows and a diverse but balanced color palette make this living room by McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture really special and enjoyable. It‘s linked to the open kitchen and dining area in a beautiful North Carolina residence surrounded by tall trees. The black and white combo that the Pleysier Perkins team employed when designing this Australian home is complemented by vibrant red accents and grey tones. The wood features are refreshing and come as an unexpected element in this case. The disposition of the furniture featured here is a bit unusual. Studio O. envisioned the living room as a cozy entertainment area able to accommodate large groups in a comfortable, casual and elegant atmosphere. The fireplace is built into the partition wall and can also be enjoyed from the dining area.
The layout of this living room designed by Clairoux is a bit odd. A single seating unit is placed at the center of the space and the walls are covered with open shelves. The positioning of the window is quite curious as well. Sanajuha & Partners designed a really cozy living room despite its large proportions. The furniture is all simple and pushed against the walls, leaving the rest of the floor space open and uncluttered. When remodeling the Konstancin House in Warsaw, Nasciturus Design used an array of neutral colors for the living rooms in order to obtain a timeless look with a classical vibe but also a strong contemporary vibe. A large sectional takes up most of the space but doesn‘t overpower the decor.
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