This elegant living space features a wall-mounted TV along with a console. The colors here are very light and inviting. An eclectic living room with multicolored walls and printed drapes. You can see a clash of colors and prints in here but it still looks nice, though.
Here’s a large and luxurious living room with a huge space. The couches serve as partition and division to demarcate the spaces in this home. The huge glass sliding doors lead to a wide, open porch and as usual, glass doors are a good option to consider with a wide space outside. This living room looks elegant in its black and white motif and those doors go well with the look of the space inside.
The east-facing house is sited along a high bank, with a wonderful view of the water. The main living volume is completely glazed, with 12-ft. high glass walls facing the view and large, 8-ft.x8-ft. sliding glass doors that open to a slightly raised wood deck, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor space. During the warm summer months, the living area feels like a large, open porch
This living room is really gorgeous despite being a converted space as made evident by the walls. The colors are muted down and only the carpet, the little decor this room has, and the indoor plants exude colors, and the effect is stunning. The chairs are a good addition as well to this seemingly monochromatic living room
A simple living room space with minimal decor. Perfect for intimate conversations and book reading nights. The sliding glass doors lead to a small patio outside and great lighting can penetrate the home thanks to the wide glass doors. A small couch perfect for two people and intimate conversations while watching television. The leather couch also looks cozy and perfect for chill nights. The sliding glass doors that lead outside also has a view and an afternoon outside is not bad an idea at all.
This Tribeca loft has a couple of columns in them pretty great stuff the fact that they combined wood and steel made a whole lot of difference. I like the color choice they did with the columns too, do you too? This is one of those living rooms that have the same effect and design as some of the spaces on this list where doors or openings are the areas where they actually placed the columns or posts on sometimes the spaces look cool with them in it, but sometimes it seems like they are misplaced or something.