What makes home feel like home? The sofa is a symbol of the living room, and the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day. We’ve picked out our favorite living rooms of the year, stretching from cozy to colorful, calm to creative. Check out these living room design inspirations!
In the Floof 119A home, the living room proves to be the perfect spot for a beautiful view. Transforming this 50s dwelling into a family home, there are plenty of courtyards and gardens tucked in at different levels. Creating an open plan living room means there is space to relax, watch television and open up the room for indoor-outdoor living. Bliss!
This entire apartment is a feast for your eyes. Featuring a range of yellows, blue walls and imaginative lighting highlights, the Chromatic Spaces home tour is a study in color. The living room balances curves and lines with bold shapes for a calm feel against the frenetic skyline backdrop.
Something about this living room makes me feel instantly at ease. Is it the cabin-like interiors and wood burning stove? Perhaps the sense of family vibes and movie nights. Whatever it is, this living room is one of our top picks of the pics for the year.
Fan of Green Gables
When this room was first built in the 1930s, it was a classroom! But after a stunning renovation, including a new green staircase and refurbishing the ceiling gables, it’s now a living room with plenty of style.
Comfort in Concrete
You think concrete is uncomfortable? This living room is an example of how to blend warm wood flooring with unfinished concrete walls and created a cozy homey look. The plump gray sofa is in its natural habitat, while pine furniture blends seamlessly with the environment.
The Blue Green Room
While not technically a living room, the sitting area at the Kamala Center in Kiev does a great job at creating somewhere calm and relaxing. Serving as the waiting area for the counseling center and yoga studio, it’s decorated in blues and greens with subtle pinks and rattan. It could certainly feel like home!