101,688 Eclectic Living Room Design Photos

Private Residence Twickenham, Bespoke CD Collection Wall to Wall Shelving Unit
Private Residence Twickenham, Bespoke CD Collection Wall to Wall Shelving Unit
London Dream BuildingLondon Dream Building
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Globally Influenced Remodel
Globally Influenced Remodel
Lenox House DesignLenox House Design
360-Vip Photography - Dean Riedel Schrader & Co - Remodeler
Colourful Islington Family Home
Colourful Islington Family Home
UserUser
Colour magic. A wall of storage doubles up as a striking feature in this family living room. Photo Andrew Beasley
Living Room Built Ins
Living Room Built Ins
Keep Smiling HomeKeep Smiling Home
Our 1917 home had plenty of character but a serious lack of storage, especially for books and our ever expanding collection of National Geographic magazines. These built ins are not only practical but also make the room seem much more lived in. Bonus? Guests always comment that they look like they've always been there! Photo by Conan Y. Fugit
La Jolla Bungalow
La Jolla Bungalow
Live InteriorsLive Interiors
This inviting living room exudes warmth and contemporary elegance, centered around a stunning travertine fireplace. The fireplace, with its arched opening and herringbone brick interior, serves as the focal point of the space, creating a cozy ambiance with its crackling fire. The clean lines and smooth texture of the travertine complement the soft, off-white walls, adding a touch of sophistication. Above the fireplace, a black-and-white coastal photograph framed in charcoal gray draws the eye upward, flanked by modern black sconces with brass accents that provide soft, ambient lighting. The simplicity of the artwork and lighting enhances the room’s serene atmosphere. A low, rustic coffee table made from interlocking pieces of reclaimed wood introduces an organic element, adding texture and depth. The table's natural tones harmonize with the earthy palette of the room, while a stack of books and a decorative bowl lend a personal touch. To the left, a leafy green plant in a ceramic pot infuses the room with a burst of freshness and color, balancing the warm hues of the roaring fire. On the right, a stylish leather chair with a sleek black metal frame offers a comfortable spot to relax, draped with a cozy white throw blanket for added comfort. The vibrant area rug, with its intricate geometric pattern in shades of red and blue, anchors the seating area and adds a pop of color that enlivens the space. Overall, this living room is a harmonious blend of modern design and natural elements, creating a welcoming and stylish retreat.
Colorful 1930s Tudor Renovation in East Atlanta
Colorful 1930s Tudor Renovation in East Atlanta
Copper Sky Design + RemodelCopper Sky Design + Remodel
The homeowners of a 1930s Tudor in East Atlanta Village envisioned a colorful renovation that blended original charm with modern updates. The creative couple, who cherish antiques and quirky collectibles, aimed to preserve the home's historic layout and architectural elements. The overall color palette and aesthetic was inspired by their grandmother's fine China collection. The renovation encompassed the kitchen, mudroom, breakfast nook, living room, bar, powder room, and primary bathroom. Copper Sky Design + Remodel placed emphasis on integrating color, patterns, and specialty details to honor the home's history while reflecting the homeowners' unique style. Key design choices included retaining the functional galley kitchen, featuring a dishrack over the sink to display the clients' depression-era glass and antique China. Floral cutouts on cabinet doors and refrigerator panels, reminiscent of the 1930s, were incorporated. A scalloped built-in cabinet in the butler’s pantry, designed to fit a niche previously housing an original piece, ties into the brass scalloped hood in the kitchen. The mudroom and butler’s pantry cabinets also feature a scallop motif. Custom mosaic floor tiles, typical of the 1930s, required meticulous planning and execution. The 2” hexagon mosaic tile pattern in the kitchen, mudroom, and butler’s pantry was digitally designed and hand-laid on site. The primary bathroom's wall tile pattern demanded precision, resulting in a symmetrical and stunning design. The primary bathroom was expanded to include a Japanese-style soaking tub and a bidet within its modest 10’ x 9’ size. The powder room, though small, is vibrant with “Dinosauria” wallpaper, Tiffany-style lighting, and a square mosaic tile floor. This thoughtful renovation preserved the Tudor's historical integrity while infusing it with the homeowners' vibrant aesthetic, creating a harmonious blend of past and present.
Elwood Apartment
Elwood Apartment
Camilla Molders DesignCamilla Molders Design
A colorful living room and art wall
Rénovation totale d'un 70m²
Rénovation totale d'un 70m²
POËSIS STUDIOPOËSIS STUDIO
Le salon se pare de rangements discrets et élégants. On retrouve des moulures sur les portes dans la continuité des décors muraux.

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