We all know the expression – the first impression is the last impression. It might be a cliché, but we can’t ignore the fact that we tend to judge everything we look at – whether it’s a person, a dress, shoes, or even an apartment! To give an analogy, your living room is your most identifiable feature, much like the face of your space. It’s the first room we walk into, it’s where we have the most fun and it sets the tone for the rest of your home! To help you create a space that reflects your personality, this collection of designs presents a warm and comfortable space, each of which is unique in its identity but carries a strong characteristic of its own!
Since it rains where I live, Daniel Reuterswärd’s living room design is the perfect environment to snuggle up, grab a book and sip a nice cup of hot chocolate, forgetting about the COVID-filled world at home. outside those walls! The muted green and rust color palette, airy coffee table contrasting with minimal wall decor gives it a subtle balance, letting the sofa and light be the thieves!
Julia Skochemaro’s modern living room is a prime example of clean lines and neutral colors. The living room is beautifully lit with natural light coming from the large windows to one side while the minimal white lamp adds a minimal touch, blending in with the white background and providing illumination without attracting much attention.
Although pastel colors are not the norm, Ira Lysiuk and Liza Nikulina’s living room design uses pale pink to add a breath of freshness to the room! The room boasts of a simple two-tone palette, neutral white and gray undertones with the pastel color repeating in the table and accent wall while the modern fireplace adds warmth to the entire space. .
Here is an unconventional design for those of you who like to experiment with your bedroom. Igor Sirotov uses an all-black layout using a hot pink accent cabinet to brighten up the room. The bonsai coffee table reiterates the minimal layout of the room, adding a touch of Japanese element to this unique design.
Sleek, comfortable, and earthy, this living room by SH143 is good enough for me to move in and start living in it right away! The earthy color scheme is amplified by the use of natural textures and materials such as the gray marble slab behind the TV, the white marble coffee table, and the leather accent furniture.
Olivia Miller’s living room is an example of using a warm color palette throughout the room without overwhelming the senses. This design also balances the old and the new – with the modern brushed gold coffee table to the traditional looking woven jute chair and even the wicker basket adding lived comfort to the room.
The living room design of Le Anh at Realhome Visual is a beautifully cool space and we love it! A side chair, wooden stools, metallic gold accent pieces, all on a palette of white, allows each of the centerpieces to shine without detracting from the balance of the design. Personally, I can’t wait to get my hands on this rustic lamp!
Peter Janov has designed for LUMO visual a living room design worthy of any modern-day man! The design does a great job of modernizing traditional elements – the accent wall which incorporates a minimal fireplace, vertical accent lines as well as a backlit shelving unit. The man cave feel is amplified with the dark leather bar as well as a matching dining area.
Alina Ursova’s living room easily manages the small space, balancing a living space, dining space and kitchen without overloading the room. Added bonus points for using houseplants, minimal modern lighting fixtures, and a unique blue to bring the theme to any room.
Bishoy Emad’s living room design is a foodie’s paradise. Warm, fresh and inviting – the design instantly recalls the appreciation of fresh, homemade foods eaten in the comfort of your home.