Living Rooms We Love
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How you brighten your living room says a considerable measure in regards to your identity. Do you need it to be formal or easygoing? Splendid or impartial? Extraordinary or customary? To rouse you, here are some of our favorites.
An Architectural Living Room
The architecture is the star of the stylistic layout in this room, where uncovered wood, a vaulted roof, a stone floor, and a great stucco smokestack outline only a couple of midcentury present day decorations. Room by Form Architecture and Interiors.
A Warm, Welcoming Living Room
A blend of contemporary and antique furniture gives a refreshed look to American nation stylistic layout in this room by Barbara Westbrook. Wax and the patina of age on the wood furniture, differentiating surfaces of cowhide and chenille, the geometric snared mat, painted wood roof, and a couple of adornments make a warm and inviting ambience.
A Uniquely Windowed Living Room
Sponsored ContentThis living room radiates warmth, with cherry banding around the roof outline, and a view over the investigation niche and out through a hover in-the-square window that Sarah Susanka designed for Marvin Windows. Take in more about this exceptional window at marvin.com.
A Fresh Blue-and-White Living Room
In this sitting region, an expansive, refreshed Queen Anne-style reflect flanked by sconces conveys light and unobtrusive example to the divider over the couch, including enthusiasm without diverting from the new blue-and-white furniture. This room is by T. Keller Donovan.
An Elegant Living Room
The chimney, which has a hand-cut limestone encompass, focuses the symmetrical design of this living room by Paul Wiseman. Confronting each different over an end table, a couple of rich couches give extra building definition to the little space.
A Light-Filled Contemporary Living Room
Sponsored ContentThis contemporary living room interior in a Washington home highlights a glass mass of Marvin Special Shapes and Ultimate Casement Windows carrying light into the space.Learn more about letting in the light at marvin.com.
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