Living Room

Browse our seemingly unending assortment of living room-based articles and gorgeous photos. There’s something about the design and décor of a living room that truly illustrates the style of a person. In this section, we’ll guide you through the trends, furniture pieces, textiles, colors, layout strategies, and so much more to help you create your ideal living room space.

How To Find The Perfect Place For Your Curved Sofa Or Sectional

Dealing with furniture that has curved lines such as a curved sofa or sectional in a traditional setting like most living rooms raises a series of problems. The unconventional shape requires you to be creative when positioning the piece in the room. These five tips offer you five different ways to deal with the issue when organizing and decorating your living room or home in general.

1. Reiterate the shape elsewhere in the room.

The sofa remains the focal point while the coffee table, lampshade and chair are just accents


Small Living Room Ideas That Defy Standards With Their Stylish Designs

A small living room doesn’t have to be a game-changer when you’re decorating your home. Don’t think of it as just a tiny space in your home but as a challenge. Brighten up because there are tons of ways in which you can turn this issue into an advantage if you pick the right design.


20 Ways To Incorporate Wall-mounted TVs and Shelves Into Your Decor

I’ve spent weeks trying to figure out the best way to wall-mount my TV in the living room. It’s not an easy decision to make, especially when the whole design of the living room furniture depends on it. Wall-mounted TVs look great when paired with open shelves because they make the contrasts less obvious.


Split Level Home Designs – For A Clear Distinction Between Functions

A split-level home is a very distinct style of house. It has multiple floor levels which are staggered. Typically, the main level contains the living areas: the kitchen, the dining room and family room and usually has two short sets of stairs. In total, there are usually three or four levels.

By separating these two spaces, the overall layout becomes more balanced

The entry is on the middle floor and the front door opens directly into the living area. There are also numerous other styles of split level homes, depending on the number of levels, their distribution and the overall layout and design of the house.


35 Light And Stylish Scandinavian Living Room Designs

It’s very easy to recognize a Scandinavian interior design. But there isn’t just one Scandinavian style but several and they all have certain elements in common. For example, all Scandinavian interiors have wooden floors, most often light and they can be seen in all the rooms apart from the bathroom.

The color palette in Scandinavian decors is very light and simple and it usually includes shades of gray and blue as well as a lot of white. Sometimes bold touches of color can be seen here and there.


Give Your Living Room An Elegant Look With A Brown Leather Sofa

A brown leather sofa is a classical piece of furniture, usually seen in traditional interior designs. But it can also be included in modern or contemporary decors, given the right design. It gives the room a very elegant feel. It’s this particular combination of material and color that has this effect.

This chocolate-colored sectional looks amazing and has a very nice modern design

Leather is perceived as an elegant and even luxurious material. It’s because it used to be very expensive and only wealthy people could have leather furniture in their homes. Of course, now anyone can afford one but the image remained the same.


Square Coffee Table In The Living Room

Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014!!! Ah, the coffee table. The finishing piece of a living room. It’s like the shoe of an outfit – a proportionately small piece that makes all the difference in the overall result. It’s common to see a variety of coffee tables in living rooms – size, color, material, style, and shape. Rounded coffee tables have the advantage of minimizing potentially hazardous corners; plus, they never look askew. Rectangular coffee tables mimic the shape of most sofas, so they automatically make sense. But what about a square coffee table? Is there a place in design for them? Indeed there is.

This large coffee table, in a light grey with clean, minimal lines, actually leaves a pretty small visual footprint, despite its size. The table’s large size makes it useful for people at all seats in the room, and the four neat stacks of objects on the square table are balanced and organized.


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