Do you gasp over the finesse of designers living rooms?
If you are tired of your current living room setup and crave for something more, maybe it is time for a change. Perhaps you find yourself out of breath with pictures of designers living rooms. If you want a pleasant new space for your guests and yourself, perhaps these top designers’ private sanctuaries will inspire you.
Living room ideas are more often than not defined by trends established by top designers. The following article might yield you the perfect living room inspiration.
This almost cabin-like living room is Jeff Andrew‘s personal den in Los Angeles. Note the natural feel provided by the extensive use of wood and the wood-like pattern on the ceiling’s wallpaper. The decorative items make substantial use of mid-century features. Note the curved, organic shapes and smooth surfaces, and the usage of wood, metal and ceramic.
Adam Hunter‘s Hollywood Hills living room is unapologetically mid-century modern. Very uncluttered at first glance, the space is jam-packed with materials such as wood and leather over a palette of mostly neutral colors, making it an absolutely simple yet sophisticated composition.
Kirsten And Mark Zeff
Spending most of the warmer months outdoors, Kirsten Zeff opted to bring bright, vibrant tones of pink and blue to her living room in East Hampton, New York. Seemingly a statement, it also turns this playful living room into a cozy escape against the harshness of the cold weather that soon comes.
Kelly Behun‘s living room in her Long Island beach house is also a kitchen, meaning that it doubles its function as a gathering area. It is always nice to cook and chat at the same time, so an ample area and plenty of comfortable seating cannot be lacking in any way. The Boa sofa reminiscent of sailing knots could not be more fitting of a beach environment.
Absolutely vintage! This homely 19th century parsonage in Dorset, England, just looks very quiet and cozy. The comfort brought by the usage of wood and mostly warmer colors just invites you to sit down on a rainy day and read a good book.
If your living room (or any other area) is obstructed by structural oddities, then you might find it very difficult to style your home to your liking. In his New York apartment, James Drake had a structural column in the way of his living room. The solution was to encase it with millwork and crate bookshelves all the way to the ceiling.
The soft punches of color of the ornaments and plant elements stand out from the neutral palette background which is complimented by a balance of natural light. Barbara Barry‘s majestic living room in Beverly Hills is like a painting that depicts elegance.
A Malibu beach house living room inspired by the sea itself. Kelly Wearstler assured the inclusion of a palette consisting of colors as diverse as tones of watery blue, misty grey, and the occasional pearly pink, brings forth a living room inspiration for a relaxing beach setting. Sidenote: if you like science-fiction you might want to consider those lamps!
An European-style farm house in California that brings together antique building materials and decorations with modern detailing. The neutral palette creates a relaxing ambience in conjunction with the natural daylight. To connect with its farm outdoor surroundings, plants are used to bring some of the green joyfulness inside.
In her Brooklyn living room, Fawn Galli created a wordly environment by mixing different styles into an unidentifiable composition with surrealist vibes. The colors and decorations are meant to bring a forest feeling mixed with disco magnetism. Suitable for those of a more daring personality.
We hope you liked ourarticle about 10 designers living rooms. Feel free to pin all the images to your favorite Pinterest board or to print it and use in your mood board. Don’t forget to explore our Pinterest boards for more Living Room Ideas. Subscribe to our newsletter and receive the best tips in your email box.