Living room design ideas, inspiration & pictures

  1. Georgian Country House:  Living room by Etons of Bath
  2. Country style Interior for an appartment kitchen and living room:  Living room by Inspiria Interiors
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  4. Wimbledon:  Living room by LEIVARS
  5. Light and bright!:  Living room by CC Construction
  6. Roman House Penthouse:  Living room by The Manser Practice Architects + Designers
  7. Queens Park House:  Living room by Honeybee Interiors
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  9. Lucky 4 Ranch:  Living room by Uptic Studios
  10. LIVING SPACE :  Living room by IS AND REN STUDIOS LTD
  11. The Gables:  Living room by Patalab Architecture
  12.  Living room by homify
  13. :  Living room by Design Intervention
  14. Botany in living room:  Living room by Pixers
  15. Toucans in the jungle:  Living room by Pixers
  16. Oakhill Court, Putney:  Living room by Ardesia Design
  17. Franklin Street, New York:  Living room by studioMDA
  18. Park Lane Penthouse:  Living room by Debbie Flevotomou Architects Ltd.
  19. Orchard Hill:  Living room by JAMIE FALLA ARCHITECTURE
  20.  Living room by 봄디자인
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  21. Full House Renovation with Crittall Extension, London:  Living room by HollandGreen
  22. Disraeli Road, Putney:  Living room by Grand Design London Ltd
  23. Sandbanks Show apartment:  Living room by SMB Interior Design Ltd
  24. Living Room:  Living room by Morph Interior Ltd
  25. Main 17th Century Barn Space:  Living room by Beech Architects
  26. Living room:  Living room by Tony Santos Arquitetura
  27. Sterling Oak Small Sideboard & TV Unit:  Living room by The Cotswold Company
  28. Basement Family Room:  Living room by SPACES Architects Planners Engineers
  29.  Living room by ZEROSQUARE
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  30. Living Area:  Living room by Comelite Architecture, Structure and Interior Design
  31. ​Christmas Inspiration: The Tree:  Living room by LOMBOK
  32.  Living room by 봄디자인
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  33. Redston Road:  Living room by Andrew Mulroy Architects

What are some great living room ideas & living room designs?

As you would be aware, there are many different ways living rooms can be set up. Since we suggest that it’s best to be an individual, it’s essential to consider what fits your personality and lifestyle best. Once you’ve made decisions about the bigger elements, such as wall colour or flooring, you can begin to question the other features in the space. Do you prefer to splash out with bright colours or play it safe with muted tones? Functionality and long term usage is just as important as appearance, so do consider that your tastes may change. Of course, it is possible to combine different requirements and needs together. However, the more you know in advance, the easier it is to implement these ideas both now and in the future. browse through our images above for some great living room ideas as well as living room designs.

What wall colour should I choose for my living room?

Before settling on a wall colour, you should consider whether you want to give the entire living room a new coat of paint or accentuate sections of it through a feature wall. The size of the room should play a crucial role in the decision making process. As a general rule of thumb, pastels and pale colours are better suited to a small living room, whereas bolder and brighter colours can be used much more freely in a larger space. The other pivotal factor is determining how much sunlight enters the space. Think about testing a colour on a small, discreet area and see how it changes throughout the day.

What type of flooring should I put in my living room?

There are a variety of flooring options available for a living room. While floorboards have a warming effect and suit virtually any style, maintenance tends to be higher. To ensure your floorboards always look uniform, it is essential to re-stain and polish them to ensure any major dents or scratches don’t become permanent. Carpet on the other hand can be replaced easily, and is better suited to climates where the winters and long and cold. If you’re the sort of person to walk around without shoes on inside, carpet helps to keep your feet warm and radiates an aura of cosiness. Ultimately, what you choose should depends on the conditions of the room and your lifestyle. As we mentioned earlier, think about the effect you want to achieve. Is your living room your mecca of peace and comfort, or a statement room in your home?

What are some great small living room ideas?

While having a small living room presents more challenges than a bigger space, the design can often turn out to be better resolved and better planned thanks to the size restrictions. But don't worry as there are plenty of small living room ideas on homify to help you get inspired. Just because you have more room, doesn’t mean your design will automatically turn out better. The number of square metres you have has no influence on how cosy or inviting a the room can feel, but in principle, wild patterns and bold colours should be avoided if you want to visually enlarge the space as much as you can. It’s possible to create clever optical illusions with orientation, light, furniture layout, colour as well as living room storage space; fooling even the most discerning designer into thinking your room is much larger than it actually is.