From on-trend and modern looks to classic and traditional schemes, there are a wide range of ideas whatever your style.
Architectural features can turn ordinary spaces into stunning and unforgettable rooms that will leave a lasting impression on your guests. If you incline towards classic styles and have a keen eye for design then you can impress your guests by introducing architectural details such as an archway or elegant staircase into your living room design.
This particular living room uses natural beams on the ceiling to give a warm and cosy feel to the surroundings.
The beautiful curved stairway adds a palatial touch of elegance to the living room
An open plan design gives you the opportunity to maximise the space and flow in your home.
Dark colours will make large open spaces feel more intimate and cosy. A bold colour choice for a piece of furniture can make it stand out against dark walls in any living room. Green is a perfect accent colour, especially when paired with other saturated colours such as red. As these are complimentary colours, they work well together whilst adding a vibrant energy to the space. By choosing bold shades of colour you will add personality and character to your living room by daylight and a snug warm cosiness at night.
A pair of orange of chairs accentuates the vibrant feel of this living room.
Adding a pool of blue colour to a neutral living room will make the space feel larger.
Inject personality into your living space with energetic hues, like this colourful apartment's orange lounge chair and canvas painting.
Using neutral tones throughout your living room will help to give your home a fresh, modern and contemporary look. The key is to use a variety of complimentary tones and to mix a variety of materials. When decorating with a neutral colour scheme it's important to use a range of patterns and textures. By offsetting rough with soft, shiny with matte and coarse with smooth, it's possible to create depth and interest, making the room more dynamic.
The neutral tones of brown and orange combined with the glass furniture, offers a feeling of calmness and warmth in this scene.
A neutral palette doesn't always mean playing safe. A few unique pieces of furniture can glam up your living room and keep things interesting.
This contemporary apartment showcases the use of great furniture in a beautifully designed space.
Using nature in your living room can bring a warm and soothing feeling to your home. The use of light coloured wood and natural tones can give any room an organic feel. By using nature as a source of inspiration for your room designs, this will provide a good source of natural light and illuminate the area accentuating the best features.
A large window in this open plan design allows nature to influence the inside this living room. The glass coffee tables reflect the beautiful natural elements around the room.
Using nature inside the home along with shades of green and emerald tones will make your home feel 'summery' all year round.
Nature is used methodically in this living room. By placing the plant pots in different locations the owner has added blocks of green to liven up the living space.
OLD AND NEW
By using both old and new pieces of furniture, you can make a living room stand out in any home. Combining an antique wooden coffee table with a modern day wall mirror will give the perfect balance and contrast to your home.
Antique style furniture combined with modern decor and flooring is the perfect contrast to keep this living room warm and inviting.
These rustic pieces of furniture are highlighted by the unique illumination which scatter light around the living room. The wooden flooring and coffee table add a certain warmth to the room.
The use of old pieces of furniture can make a room look boring if not used in the right way. The use of the fish tank brings a punch of colour and adds a focal point to the living room.