Living room is the place where you often used in the house everyday. In order to have quality time in the house, we need to make our living room comfortable, but at the same time, we need to make our living room modern, becasue we need to reflect our style when we have guests. How to decor our living room and then make it modern and comfy at the same time?
We need to add the fashion elements in the living room, like the fashionable blankets or pillows on the sofa. The plants are also very important and they are so necessary to be part of the living room if we want to make the living room comfortable.
Here you can check the living room decoration ideas we give to you, and the designs are comfy but modern. Just decor your living room before the coming holiday! Enjoy!
Bold, chic, and more affordable than say, painting an entire room, upgrading your living room ceiling with paint makes a big interior statement without breaking your bank account. If you’re shy, try out a pastel, but if you’re about going for broke, you can’t beat the drama of black.
Whoever implied that too much of a good thing is bad must not have ever seen an over-the-top gallery wall. Take a cue from artist KAW’s extra living room on Architectural Digest, and offset your neutral color palette with a big and bright art arrangement to make a statement.
A good gallery wall is a gift that keeps on giving. Fashion your own unique salon-style arrangement for your living room by simply leaning your art work along a floating shelf or picture ledge (as seen on Transitoinicial) for a streamlined display that’s easy to install and move around should you feel like shaking things up.
Looking for a way to make an eco-friendly statement in your living room without sacrificing any square footage? Install some floating shelves or an industrial rack to create a wall of houseplants.
Also from Kota‘s home, featured on Apartment Therapy, it’s amazing how just a single potted plant can make such a statement. This towering cactus anchors the entire wall here while providing a natural pop of color.
Love the look of potted plants but don’t have the most skilled green thumb? Follow Emma Chapman from A Beautiful Mess’ lead and sprinkle your living room with low-maintenance leafy greens (like snake plants or philodendron) to give your place an ethereal feel without having to worry too much about watering.
Who says dark rooms can’t feel welcoming? Warm up a dark-colored living room with rich colors and textiles that draw from the existing palette—like the deep green bookcase and chair in this living room on The Design Chaser—to liven up a moody space without sacrificing the color scheme.
A dark-painted living room definitely doesn’t have to be dim. Take for instance this deep gray-colored living room on Apartment Therapy, which employs lighted toned textiles and plenty of natural light to warm up the otherwise dark and moody space.
White floating shelves can work wonders for a small space. Case in point: this dreamy living room which boasts a wall of floating shelves in place of a bulky bookcase for a stylish and streamlined storage solution.
If you thought floating shelves and pictures ledges were reserved for storage, then think again. Install a slim shelf above your sofa for a clean way to display your favorites à la Chris Loves Julia, or mount a few on your wall to stash your books and baubles in style.
You don’t need a ton of fuss or layers to create a living room that still feels welcoming. Albeit relatively devoid of much decoration, the pieces that do grace this space by Tara Benet Design are unique enough to carry a significant amount of visual weight (at least in terms of interest).
Not all minimalist living rooms have to be one color (read: all white). Take for instance this uncomplicated living room on My Scandinavian Home, which employs varying tones of gray throughout the art and textiles to add dimension to the subdued space.
Minimalist spaces can often feel stark. Take a cue from this modern minimalist living room and opt for rich textures and shapely furnishings that draw from a pale color palette to warm up the space without over-accessorizing.
A little color goes a long way in a minimalist-style living room. Try incorporating some muted tones—like the blush sofa seen in this living room on Squarefoot—throughout your monochrome living room to add some subtle visual warmth to the scene.
Who says a rustic living room can’t be chic? For a more streamlined country-inspired living room, play up natural elements—think: wood floors, real wood logs, and even antlers like this room on Apartment Therapy—to create a homey feel that doesn’t feel too rural.
Forget your grandmother’s down-home country decor; when done correctly, rustic design elements—like the distressed finishes throughout this contemporary country house on Elle Decor—can be surprisingly sophisticated.
Sometimes all it takes to update your living room is a good-looking sofa in an eye-catching color. Take one look at the buttery yellow beauty in this apartment featured on Dwell and you’ll see exactly what we mean.
A light living room is no match for a colorful sofa. Case in point: this bright green velvet stunner by blogger Jordan Ferney via Cup of Jo, that livens up the room without distracting from the rest of the room’s pale color scheme.
Searching for the perfect finishing touch to upgrade your living room decor? An eye-catching pendant lamp or chandelier mounted on stunning medallion feature like the starburst one here in a room via My Domaine brings instant sophistication to a space; no new sofa or love seat necessary.
While the previous lighting was eye-catching, it was also relatively subtle compared to this mammoth light fixture in a stunning Paris apartment, via Elle Espana. This designer may have gone for broke, but keeping the stately chandelier white keeps things a little more balanced.
White washed walls are a simple way to make a big design statement. Take for instance this airy living room on Design*Sponge. Instead of decking out the off-white walls with art and decor, the owner opted to keep them clean and spare and allow mid-century-style furnishings and colorful textiles to shine without compromising the room’s calm vibes.