145+ Designer Living Room Decorating Ideas
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In a California living room, Chloe Warner invokes a crisp interpretation of great red, white and blue. A Stark indoor-outdoor floor covering is bested by a custom Merida mat that was designed by Warner and roused by inkblots. "I painted a watercolor, played with it in Photoshop and sent it off," she says.
For a blue-fixated home, Mark D. Sikes utilized flies of dark "to give the living room a sentiment innovation." An Alexa Hampton for Hickory Chair couch is upholstered in Schumacher's Kaya Medallion. The table lights and shades are from Irving and Morrison.
A pine mantel frames the comfortable hearth on a Tennessee homestead. Alongside cook's garment sinks, Windsor seats and tin sconces, a collection of crates ups the home's provincial charm.
This Florida escape grasps blue all through, with a club seat's Bennison texture and ottman's Vaughan print proceeding with the subject in the living room. The antique tiles covering the chimney encompass include a last punch.
Shon Parker helped the paint shading and obscured the roof shafts in a southern living room. The custom couch is canvassed in a Duralee velvet; the tusk table and the hassock, in a Larsen velvet, are both from Baker.
Bailey McCarthy infused fun loving nature into her Texas home with draperies in a GP and J Baker texture, a custom couch in a Scalamandré stripe, 1950s Italian glass lights from Jan Showers and vintage elephant garden stools turned complement tables.
In the living region of a New Orleans hang, the nineteenth century screen with a painted scene of Venice characterizes the shading plan. Designer Lynne Uhalt searched for decorations that would reflect light, including a couple of French mirrors and iron end tables with antiqued reflected tops. A Louis XVI bergère, seen at right, is decorated with a B. Viz Design cushion. At left, an antique French seat is shrouded in a Zoffany texture. The floor covering is an antique Oushak.
Andrew Howard energized a shoreline house's chimney with Mosaic House Moroccan tiles. "They're the star of the room," he says. He trimmed the skirt of the homeowners' couch with Schumacher's raffia Tikki Tape. The foot stool and stool are vintage.
In a rustic great room, built to look like a changed over outbuilding, a couple of bobbin seats is shrouded in a Ralph Lauren Home stripe.
A Bahamian living room's crude poplar dividers give the vibe of "an angler's shack," designer Marshall Watson says. A couch by Lee Industries is upholstered in Manuel Canovas' Cruz, with cushions in an Amanda Nisbet silk. The Hollywood at Home easy chairs have pads in a texture from Jerry Pair.
For a New England grande lady, Nina Farmer took her prompts from unique highlights, similar to the block shelf and wood trim. A couple of Duane Modern seats is canvassed in a Rogers and Goffigon fabric. The metal and-alabaster pendant is by Urban Archeology. Two Vaughan lights flank a custom couch upholstered in a Rose Tarlow Melrose House texture.
Trompe L'oeil Paintings
Amanda Lindroth charged British craftsman Aldous Bertram to change her common pied-à-terre. The trompe l'oeil canvases, for example, the parchments that casing the first Addison Mizner windows, help separate the substantial spreads of wall.
A great room designed by Matthew Quinn has a Napoleon gas chimney with a shelf in cleaned Calacatta Nuvo Caesarstone. The seating region fits a group easily with a couple of eight-foot-long Macalester couches and two cowhide-shrouded Lind footrests, alongside a mixed drink table, comfort and tripod light, all from Room and Board. Straightforward side tables from Ballard Designs make an uncluttered look.
In a beachy living room, designer Colleen Bashaw blended common surfaces with flies of shading for a varied and loose ambience.
The custom couch in a 1850s home, designed by Suysel dePedro Cunningham and Anne Maxwell Foster, is canvassed in a Schumacher velvet and the Ballard Designs footstool in a Rogers and Goffigon plaid. The trim is painted in Benjamin Moore's Great Barrington Green.
In the calmly impartial living room designed by Ray Booth and Elizabeth Kennedy, a custom McAlpine mixed drink table joins a couch and club seats by Joseph Company and a tall rocker from Lee Industries. The shades are in a Rogers and Goffigon texture, and the cowhide floor covering is by Edelman Leather.
This great room designed by Matt O'Dorisio features custom chairs covered in Zimmer + Rohde's Lawford Stripe, and curtains in a Pindler linen.
Pattern on Pattern
In a New York home, the living room's banquettes flank a shelf with a brushed false wrap up by Dean Barger. "We don't do creature prints frequently," designer Anne Maxwell Foster says of the pads. "Be that as it may, Scalamandré's Tigre velvet is so luxury and warm, it worked here." The 1876 seat is by George Jacob Hunzinger. A Bunny Williams for Dash and Albert floor covering was sliced and trimmed to fit around the hearth.
The living room of a Massachusetts excursion home offers far reaching water sees. Designer Frank Roop upholstered the casing of the sectional in a Manuel Canovas texture and its pads in Osborne and Little's Peregrina. Antiquated move up draperies in C&C Milano's Laveno Mille hide present day sunlight based shades by Lutron that lower with the press of a catch to obscure the room for TV watching.
Walls in Benjamin Moore's Misty Lilac ground exuberant examples in a Park Avenue living room. Two nineteenth century Chinese genealogical canvases hang over the couch, surrounded by ginger jars on divider brackets. The boldest signal in the energetic space is Hickory Chair's Carter couch, upholstered in an overscale ikat by Brunschwig and Fils.
Pops of Pink
In a feminine townhouse, CB2 couches in Kravet's Bacio and drapes in a Dedar texture ground sensitive pink accents like a Kate Spade New York table light from Visual Comfort.
Blogger Justina Blakeney's living room is secured by a tall euphorbia plant, which is like a desert flora however needs less daylight. The Fable mat is from Blakeney's gathering for Loloi, the blinds are from Ikea and the poles are from Lowe's.
Designer Celerie Kemble regards mats as masterpieces and picks them toward the end as a completing touch, as she did with a Manhattan living room's old fashioned Tabriz. The match of Serpentine couches, by Kemble for Henredon, is canvassed in Duke mohair velvet by Pierre Frey. A vintage rope reflect from John Rosselli Antiques bobs light into the room. The draperies are in Scalamandré's Savanna silk mix, and the mortar dividers were uniquely tinted to look like within a seashell.
A Verellen sectional in cloth velour grapples a Maryland family room, yet false finished walls take the show. The trim is painted Benjamin Moore's Soot and the blinds are a Ralph Lauren Home linen.
"The command was to get the greatest, most agreeable and indestructible couch that would fit in the space," says designer Frances Merrill of a California living room. The ideal arrangement was a Fulham calfskin sectional, matched with a Martens round foot stool, both by Restoration Hardware.
For her little Manhattan studio, Sara Bengur designed the material upholstered couch to be 42 inches profound, so it can serve as a bed for an overnight visitor. The nineteenth century Indian trimmed trunk fills in as an end table and in addition a concealing spot for photographs and journals.
Walls in the a coastal cottage are sheathed in Phillip Jeffries' Basket Case, which designer Frank Roop says has "a sturdy surface that stands its ground against the stout beadboard." A custom couch shrouded in Manuel Canovas' Brasilia welcomes visitors to loosen up and prop up their feet on the vintage root table.
Pretty in Pink
A custom polished pink from Fine Paints of Europe coats the inside parlor of a Richmond home. The couch in Kravet's Stone Harbor cloth increases the vivacious mood. A Montferrat crystal fixture by Vaughan and vintage seats in Chivasso's Fancy Flower outline the view through the French doors.
A Moroccan-roused relax, which designer Justina Blakeney named Bluhemia, is decorated with Aja in Teal, one of her designs for Hygge and West. The sectional is from Jonathan Louis, and the fake sheepskin is from Target.
Designer Celerie Kemble needed a New York family room to have an enticing "feet-up" sensibility. The floor is secured
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